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Old 03-15-2012, 10:07 PM   #11
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Daytona 500 in the rain huh. What a novel idea. 200 mph in the rain 6 inches away from the concrete wall. I don't think there are 43 herses in the Daytona area though.
meh no concrete anymore as they are using the safer barriers. Nascar was when the Allisons Pearson Petty Yarborough Foyt Bakers Parsons Jarretts Trickle and not Cole lol etc etc
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I don't get the rain delays either - then again I've never gotten Nascar racing. I just prefer real driving not fair weather loop driving.
AMEN, and nicely done and to the point. Real men...
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Old 03-17-2012, 03:49 PM   #13
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Daytona 500 in the rain huh. What a novel idea. 200 mph in the rain 6 inches away from the concrete wall. I don't think there are 43 herses in the Daytona area though.
Formula1 cars will do 200mph. 1000cc Superbikes will do 200mph. That's what separates real men from rednecks.

Real men know how to drive their cars to their fullest potential in all weather conditions. If the track will not allow 200mph, then you can't go 200mph.

Rednecks know how to floor it and turn left. Whoooopeeee!!!!
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Old 03-18-2012, 09:03 PM   #14
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yes and they also have a 400 ft runoff and 4ft of tractor tires to run into. This is one of the stupidest posts I've ever read on here. And if you don't believe me go to youtube and search 1975 indy 500.
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yes and they also have a 400 ft runoff and 4ft of tractor tires to run into. This is one of the stupidest posts I've ever read on here. And if you don't believe me go to youtube and search 1975 indy 500.
NASCAR doesn't need runoffs. They drive in circles. How exciting...
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What a beautiful picture. My point exactly. Real men...
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NASCAR? that's most boring race ever!the only fun part is watching they lost control and crashed.lol just kidding
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NASCAR? that's most boring race ever!the only fun part is watching they lost control and crashed.lol just kidding
No need to be kidding. If the truth hurts, so be it. That is why 99% of people watch NASCAR. For the wrecks. Its the only thing that can keep one awake while watching.

Although, given the fact them rednecks can't drive in circles on a dry racetrack without crashing, maybe its a good thing they don't race in the rain. The entire race would be under caution and would last 16 hours. Probably a total of 5 guys actually finish race.
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and they're making another left turn...
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