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Who is the best stock racer in the US

Old 04-24-2006, 11:00 PM
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Originally Posted by King of B Main
In SoCal area you have to give it to Jason Ertracter he lays it down where ever he goes indoors , outdoors and even carpet. The closest carpet track that we have is 7 hours away..

you also have to give it to charlie albrecht.....he also lays it down.......
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Old 04-25-2006, 05:53 AM
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What about Mo Denton or Mike Pulfer????
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Old 04-25-2006, 08:19 AM
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Well DUHHH

its easy

its by far

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Old 04-25-2006, 09:24 AM
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Dayger.......#1 (kid could drive a lunch box and win)

Robinson gots himself some nasty skills as well...#2

Cuffs......#3
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Money, at least two of those guys aren't racing stock anymore
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Old 04-25-2006, 10:11 AM
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Peter Robinson.
Dude is frigid.
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Old 04-25-2006, 04:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Brian McGreevy
Money, at least two of those guys aren't racing stock anymore
That is said every year. Not just about those three but about lots of people.

Schreffler- great driver, only reason for not a big win is lack of travel. If he attended the same amount of events as those guys, he would for sure have at least 1 title to show, for sure.

Lots of mention for Dayger and Cuffs (and very rightfully so) but I feel the RC America stock guys are a little more "rounded". Drew and Peter have both won (or TQ) on the rug and asphalt. I am sure Dayger and Cuffs would be right there, but will have to prove there asphalt legs before I think a "best" title can be applied. So for overall proven ability I say Peter.
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Rug...Cuffs,Dayger and Peter

Asphalt... Peter and Alex

Overall...Peter
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Old 04-25-2006, 05:02 PM
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OK I know I am gunna get some guff for this but lets try changing this around alittle....we all know all the guys mentioned are all good but lets try this.........

Who is the best NON travel,NON full ride parts,NON sponsored driver in the U.S in stock class?

Lets talk about the 50 off and guys who pay their way to races....not the guys who are fully sponsored stock racers...I always thought that Stock was for the up and commers.....

I guess I opened a can of worms here but it is time for someone to stand up for the non sponsored guys......not the full factory stock racers.....

but as of my thoughts....Dayger,Robinson,Baby Drew,EA,Cuffs,Herrman,Goetz,Mazzola, and a few others...throw all their names in a hat and pull one out you could make an arguement for all of them...

Just my .02$

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Ok.. Jason Schreffler if he traveled more..Watch out Vegas.. Danny Hartman..Robbie Dodge finally getting self ego together and wheeling it.. Brandon Melton sat outside pole last year at outdoor Nats and wins 19T sportsman at Birds..Really the one really overlooked..


Most inproved past year Drew Ellis...
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you cant count dayger out of any race, dont let him get in the lead, cuz he wont crash.
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Old 04-25-2006, 05:18 PM
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Dude, Goetz, you're getting props!

Most improved by far: Drew Ellis. After last year's Carpet Nats to this year, he's been ripping it up. Drew, I think I remember which main you were in at last year's carpet nats?

Schreffy if he traveled more...

Cuffs is ice, bro...once he's out front forget it. Believe me, I know...

Dayger the past six months has been amazing.

Over the past year tho, Peter has been super consistent as well.
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The best raw talent that does not travel much to me is Chris Goetz. The guy spends NO Money on RC hardley at all and does not travel except to 1 or 2 races a year....not to mention he has only been racing a little while. If this guy had a full factory ride and went to all the big races he would be hard to stop.

As for the past year Dayger has been almost unstopable...like Cuffs was the year before. But as someone else said Peter and Drew have proved they can do it on Asphalt and have ran well in 19 turn against the Full factory guys.

Best all around this year has to be Peter....He makes very few mistakes and is smooth on the track.

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Originally Posted by Barry Baker
OK I know I am gunna get some guff for this but lets try changing this around alittle....we all know all the guys mentioned are all good but lets try this.........

Who is the best NON travel,NON full ride parts,NON sponsored driver in the U.S in stock class?

Lets talk about the 50 off and guys who pay their way to races....not the guys who are fully sponsored stock racers...I always thought that Stock was for the up and commers.....

I guess I opened a can of worms here but it is time for someone to stand up for the non sponsored guys......not the full factory stock racers.....

Barry
Thank you Barry.
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Originally Posted by EAMotorsports
The best raw talent that does not travel much to me is Chris Goetz. EA
...Not to mention he's a very good setup guy. We've had some cool conversations about his rides.
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