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Oct 30, 2001

More Air Fence Tales From Racers And Friends, Relatives

<BR>From A Racer's Wife<BR>My husband, Bob Brown, is #677 (Novice). I wanted to thank you for everything you did with the Air Fence situation. When I first heard about it I didn't see how having one here and one there was going to help. Okay....I was wrong in that assumption. So wrong that I intend to make a contribution to the effort. Thankfully, Bob did not experience the Air Fence first-hand, but others did.<BR> <BR>We will not be racing for the next few seasons as Bob is active duty Army and we are leaving in a few months for Japan. But what we contribute now will only help us in the future. Let's face it, everybody wrecks at some point (unfortunately).<BR> <BR>Thanks again.<BR><BR>Martine S. Brown<BR>Proud Wife And Crew<BR><BR><BR><BR><BR>From A Racer<BR>Thanks for starting the Air Fence campaign and especially for making it available at the (WERA) GNF. I had a friend hit the wall in four and got up with nary a scratch. i unfortunately broke my arm (hence the sloppy typing), in turn seven.<BR><BR>Since then i have been back home waiting for updates which you have been wonderful in supplying (on Please keep it up. You guys are the best.<BR><BR>Robby Card<BR>