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Announcing SevenStock8
Submitted by Dan Mazzella on Monday, May 2, 2005 - 3:01pm

After your emails, phone calls, forum postings, and face to face conversations, we would like to announce that last fall's SevenStock7 was not the last event in the series! We proudly announce SevenStock8. Mark your calendars for October 8th, 2005. We've moved the event back to October to take advantage of the near perfect weather in Southern California and to allow the caravans crossing the Southwest to run in cooler weather.

The greatest Rotary event in the world started out as just a little BBQ get together by about 15 SoCal RX-7 Club members, and is now an event with over 4000 enthusiasts attending last year. The event celebrates of all cars rotary, and has become a yearly pilgrimage by rotorheads to Mazda R&D in Irvine, Ca. Mazda dusts off some of their historic Mazdaspeed race cars, and current racers like Abel Ibarra bring out their latest rotary monsters. If The Who and Jimi Hendrix was the music of Woodstock, 3 and 4 rotors fired up in the courtyard are the music of SevenStock. This is a do-not-miss event.

We have the date 10/8/05, and the location, Mazda R&D in Irvine, Ca., and we are finishing the schedule of events from Friday night through Sunday afternoon. Visit for event information, and information on past events!

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May 3, 2005 - 7:24am
The powers that be are smiling upon us. So is Mazda Corporate finally willing to pick up some more weight? I figure if they can afford to put Mazda's name on Laguna Seca they can afford the worlds largest rotary festival.

If I wanted to write Mazda concerning Sevenstock where should I send the correspondance?
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