"Duty is the most sublime word in our language. Do your duty in all things. You cannot do more, you should never wish to do less" - R.E.Lee
IMHO these are some of the best cars out there, in any series.
They look like race cars, they sound like race cars, and the competitive is VERY fast everywhere that they run.
Lots of long time names in there, like a Christopher, or Tomaino, or Stefanik....and as usual Ryan Newman who runs these cars whenever he can (New Hampshire & Bristol, than i know of immediately). Just one of the advantages of working for a guy who himself is a race!
No Bobby Santos, III??
Faster than a bullet from a gun
He is faster than everyone
Quicker than the blinking of an eye
Like a flash you could miss him going by
No one knows quite how he does it but it's true they say
He's the master of going faster. -George Harrison
Bobby drove for Tinio @ NHMS last month but I guess they didn't make the trip.
Ahhhhhhhhhhh...one of my favorite races of the year...
We like Andy Seuss down here, he's raced with us at the Fairgrounds several times and never complained that I pronounced his name wrong. But Szegedy will win it, methinks. Just a hunch.
Is the "Carl Long" in the O1 car, the same
Carl $ 250,000.00 Long ???
I love NASCAR, period... Use to think they were
second rate, compared to Indy Car, but no longer...
They Are The Big Dog, and it's all due to great
leadership... But how in the hell, did they ever
come up with that fine amount ???
Yes,,, Yes,,, Tony,,,
Your Grandfather was a friend of Roger Penske,,,
Your Grandfather did business with Roger Penske,,, but
Your Grandfather never trusted Roger Penske,,,
That's really weird. The owners and drivers are actually bitching about having to spend LESS money! Wacky!
Yes and no. The motors they own now are $40K each. Im guessing they have one or two extras in the shop. So they will overnight have $100,000 of obsolete motors AND they will need to drop another $30-$40 to buy new motors.
Forcing a team owner to flush away $100-$125K to save $20K isnt a good way to bump up the car counts.
Well, I hear that, but figure by next year you're seeing the financial windfall as you don't have to rebuild those old engines or buy/develop new ones again and it seems like short term crying over a long-term gain.
Then again, I don't know if I'm onboard with crate motors anyway. I watched Jennerstown Speedway close while trying to run those and they booted the big blocks from Bridgeport for a year running crate small blocks. They don't seem like the best option...