after the news we heard 2 days ago, I think mm's are picking up cheap shares... imho... tell me what you guys think... that and brainless sellers... adlai
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CMF has been positive most of the last 6 months and most of May CMF was > .2
I am still new to this but even with relatively low volume, with steady accumulation and the O/S as low as it is, the stock will have to move eventually.
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MotorSports Emporium Secures Endurance Race Team; Finlay Motorsports Chooses GS610(TM) Brake Fluid Business Wire - June 02, 2006 12:13
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Jun 02, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- MotorSports Emporium Inc. (OTCBB: MSEP) announced today Finlay Motorsports has chosen GS610(TM) as their brake fluid of choice.
David Keaveney, MSEP president and CEO, commented, "While at Indy Finlay Motorsports contacted us regarding their interest in GS610(TM) brake fluid. We originally sent testing samples to Finlay Motorsports back in January 2006, before the Daytona 24-hour race and haven't heard from them since that time. Clearly GS610(TM) passed Finlay's meticulous testing and we are thrilled to assist them with their brake fluid needs."
GS610(TM) will be used in the Finlay Motorsports Grand American Rolex Series car No. 5 Make-A-Wish/Z-Line Designs Ford-powered Crawford Daytona Prototype. The GS610(TM) logo can be seen on the lower part of the car near the rear wheels.
"The Grand American Rolex Series is one of the most grueling racing series and is extremely demanding of brakes. Given that an endurance race team like Finlay Motorsports has chosen GS610(TM) over our competition speaks volumes about the performance, superiority and resilience of GS610(TM)," continued Keaveney.
Drivers Rob Finlay and Michael Valiante have finishing in the top-10 an impressive five times in the first half of the season, scoring an additional three top-10 finishes in the Grand American Rolex Series qualifying races.
"The Grand American Rolex Series has some of the most challenging courses of any racing circuit: Rolex 24 at Daytona, 6 Hours at Watkins Glen and 9 Hours at Motorsports Park. GS610(TM) is proven in NASCAR, IRL and now endurance racing -- Grand American Rolex. GS610(TM) is becoming more recognizable on the track, which will help us secure sales off the track," Keaveney concluded.
The handpicked cast of all-star drivers and crew members assembled by Steve Cameron, team manager of Finlay Motorsports, to contend for the Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series championship in 2006, succeeded beyond all expectations. In its first year of competition in the extremely competitive Grand American Rolex Series, Finlay Motorsports won from the pole in the season finale at Mexico City, scored its first podium finish at Barber Motorsports Park, and finished the season sixth in the championship with a record of two podiums, six top-5 and 10 top-10 finishes.
The team ran a one-car Daytona Prototype effort for regular drivers Memo Gidley and Michael McDowell, with McDowell and Finlay sharing driving chores in the team's Grand Am Cup car. In the final race of the season, the team expanded to two prototypes, with Rob Finlay making his debut in the top category co-driving with regular guest driver Michael Valiante.
For 2006, Finlay Motorsports will field a full-time team with a Ford-powered Crawford Daytona Prototype in the 15-race Grand American Rolex Series Schedule. Finlay and Valiante will compete as the No. 5 Make-A-Wish/Z-Line Designs car.
Finlay Motorsports will also challenge for the Grand Am Cup series championship, with Finlay and Michael McDowell co-driving the #15 Ford Mustang in the 10-race schedule.
The non-driving part of the Finlay Motorsports team, including master tacticians Steve and Rick Cameron, returns intact for 2006. The Cameron brothers, legends in the world of open-wheel racing, are charged all areas of team operations, including coaching the drivers, engineering the cars, and organizing at-track operations during both testing and race weekends. For more information, visit www.finlaymotorsports.com
This news release may include forward-looking statements within the meaning of section 27A of the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and section 21E of the United States Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, with respect to achieving corporate objectives, developing additional project interests, the company's analysis of opportunities in the acquisition and development of various project interests and certain other matters. These statements are made under the "Safe Harbor" provisions of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and involve risks and uncertainties which could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements contained herein.
SOURCE: MotorSports Emporium Inc.
MotorSports Emporium Inc., Scottsdale David Keaveney, 480-596-4002 davidk*motorsportsemporium.co
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Thanks JO4321. I needed some good news--all my money is in stocks expected to go crazy over the next couple months, but apparently not this week. My portfolio is down by a third from last Friday and I've been surviving solely on faith.
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