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Old 11-09-2006, 06:09 AM   #46
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...and in his first race with the car, did better than he had in the previous year on carpet.

yeah but he also followed his OLD T2 all day this past sunday... lol

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yeah but he also followed his OLD T2 all day this past sunday... lol

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All day?

From the looks of it, he finished ahead of you in the main.
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All day?

From the looks of it, he finished ahead of you in the main.
Any race on that track doesn't count. It's not so much driving as divine intervention to turn a good lap and to be able to finish well. Jesus wanted DC to out qualify me.
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Maybe we can get Mo to run DC's old RDX and see what happens.
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All day?

From the looks of it, he finished ahead of you in the main.
well when you have 2-3 5 sec laps that kinda screws up the total laps.. but i agree wtih zane 100% about that place... you can't count any race at that track...lol 3-4 ft lanes is just a crashfest...

BTW zane i'll be up fri night around 9ish...

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Maybe we can get Mo to run DC's old RDX and see what happens.

hell i could give mo my shoe box and he could beat me with it...

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Zane finished more races with his T2. It took until the 4th round at the Classic to finish a heat. I think he also had problems with breakage at the Lunch-n-More. Gotta love the durability of an XRAY, especially when you drive like us..lol
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With roughly 24 hours 'til game time and all the smack talk is coming to a lul.
Is everyone wrenching profusely?
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The West Virginia folks are out rounding up couches to burn.
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Yeah, and Rutgers fans are burning down New Jersey after last night.
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Yeah, and Rutgers fans are burning down New Jersey after last night.
I hope it's the 3 mile strech of the Turnpike that's in Delaware. That road sucks. 2 hours to move 3 miles was great.

Wrenching for sure...gotta be on the A-Game to take down C. Smith tomorrow. It's his home turf none the less.
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I hope it's the 3 mile strech of the Turnpike that's in Delaware. That road sucks. 2 hours to move 3 miles was great.

Wrenching for sure...gotta be on the A-Game to take down C. Smith tomorrow. It's his home turf none the less.

settin' the sights aweful low arent you???
everyone have a safe trip down
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Small, easily-obtained goals are the key to happiness.

That's why my goal is to beat Keith.
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Personally, I feel setting outrageous goals that are nearly impossible to acheive is the best route. 2 reasons:
1.) I'm never surprised or shocked at the end of the day, always knowing what to expect.
2.) When I come home from racing, I'm already in the right frame of mind when the old lady asks, "So, how'd you do?"
I say, "Horrible!"
Result, I don't get any babbling in my ear and get all the wrench time I need for the next week.

Just out of curiosity, what IS the best way to get down there from the Beav' tomorrow morning? Considering tomorrow is Saturday, I guess I better figure out how to get there. Bear in mind, I'll have Danny to rely on for reading directions...who most likely gets lost in his dorm room...still.
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South until you smell it, west until you step in it.

Thanks...I'll be here all week. Try the veal.

I-79 South to Charleston.
I-64 West to Huntington.

Then follow the directions posted here:
http://www.tcrcracing.com/directions.htm

If it's faster for you guys to shoot over to I-77, that will take you to I-64 in Charleston too.
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