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    Kenny Brightbill: 1988 Syracuse Miller 300

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    I didn't watch all of it but I watched.

    The bodies were starting to get weird but at least the doors didn't extend all the way to the front tires yet

    Interesting how many non-NY drivers made the field 28 years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevMcNJ View Post
    I didn't watch all of it but I watched.

    The bodies were starting to get weird but at least the doors didn't extend all the way to the front tires yet

    Interesting how many non-NY drivers made the field 28 years ago.
    And pretty much dominated the front three or four rows.
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    How did they ever make it thru post qualifying tech?

    I mean they had to be running unapproved Dzus buttons or something

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