Old 07-17-19, 12:54 PM
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gsteinb and topflightpro are putting up exceptionally bad takes. Nobody should ever look at bike race promotion as a charity. You paid for a service that the promoter agreed to supply. Absolutely you should expect to have it fixed. Racers & promoters agree to abide by the rules in the USAC rulebook which clearly spells out the responsibilities for both parties - page 38 would specifically be relevant to this issue.

Friends and new acquaintances look up USAC results all the time. Tell someone you won a race and it shows you at 10th? Now you look like a liar and a chump. I'd grind my teeth if I had to asterisk my only win every time I told someone about it.
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