The team made the 9 hour trip back home with a destroyed race car in the back of the transporter planning how much work they would need to complete for the next round the following weekend. Leading it from start to finish Mark was elated when he crossed over the scales to officially claim the victory. A usually quiet Caruso climbed on top of the car and fist pumped the air. We got a breather with the yellows coming out with 9 laps to go and I thought I should be able to bring this home. SA5 Gates had a good return to the Series after running selected shows and with the car looking fast took out a heat win and 6th place. With very hot temperature through the day the track crew had their work cut out for them and we have to thank them for their efforts.
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History of the Caribbean
History[ edit ] A Techichi, likely the ancestor of Chihuahuas The Chihuahua's history is convoluted, and many theories surround the origin of the breed. Both folklore and archaeological finds show that the breed has origins in Mexico. The most common theory is that Chihuahua are descended from the Techichi, a companion dog favored by the Toltec civilization in Mexico. The earliest of these were found at Tres Zapotes in Veracruz, Mexico, which date to AD,  indirect evidence that a Chihuahua-like breed was in Mexico over years before the first Europeans arrived.