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Old 03-11-2016, 08:33 PM   #51
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We drag racers call Nascar the M and M cars.......they all look alike, just different colors
And we dirt sprint car fans call the drag racers "Zip bang boomers" and Nascar/late model racing as "Taxi cabs"

Real racecars don't have doors/fenders/transmissions or starters.
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Old 03-12-2016, 12:08 AM   #52
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I'll stick with drag racing......
Bob, you missed the NHRA drags the other weekend in Phoenix.
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And we dirt sprint car fans call the drag racers "Zip bang boomers" and Nascar/late model racing as "Taxi cabs"

Real racecars don't have doors/fenders/transmissions or starters.
X2, 3 and 4!

Super modifieds on pavement also put on a good show
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There is only one race F1. All others are amateurs. Anybody can go straight or on an oval. And yes I am an elitist!


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We just spent the week at Daytona 2016. Outside the track parked across the street. Short walking distance. Had a great time there.
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...Anybody can go straight or on an oval...

That's the same reasons for why I prefer WRC.


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And we dirt sprint car fans call the drag racers "Zip bang boomers" and Nascar/late model racing as "Taxi cabs"



Real racecars don't have doors/fenders/transmissions or starters.

Any racing on dirt is automatically better. I would rather go to a local dirt track than most NASCAR tracks. Pure passion and guts. Love it! I think that's why I always liked Tony Stewart. He said he races in the Sprint cup to pay for his dirt racing. If anyone has not been to a dirt track go but sit high and wear old clothes. You won't be sorry.
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Any racing on dirt is automatically better. I would rather go to a local dirt track than most NASCAR tracks. Pure passion and guts. Love it! I think that's why I always liked Tony Stewart. He said he races in the Sprint cup to pay for his dirt racing. If anyone has not been to a dirt track go but sit high and wear old clothes. You won't be sorry.
Especially the World of Outlaws sprints at Eldora (Rossburg, OH) and Knoxville Nationals (Knoxville, IA). 410 CID, 875+ hp, fuel injected, direct drive, 1400# with driver, flat out, never lifting the throttle around the entire track.
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