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Who is the best stock racer in the US

Old 04-28-2006, 07:53 AM
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One name that I have only heard once, and that's "The Ice Man", Craig Xavier.
The boy can wheel! The X man is my hero. So are you Brandon.

I would like to see a race where everyone uses identical equipment and see who would come out on top.
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Old 04-28-2006, 09:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Todd Putnam
I will offer this: In my opinion, the most feared and talented On-Road Stock competitor we have to race against is Jeff Cuffs...period.
agreed. you never know what trinity will give him next, and the man is a wheel.
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Originally Posted by Wild Bill
I don't think most of these guys that are the "best" stock racers are made to run anything :
you sure about this?
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Old 04-28-2006, 10:08 AM
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i just cant beleive i havent been called out.... ...i have to be the fastest d-mainer on the planet.......




seriously....i think there are 25 guys that have a shot to win any given event......


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Old 04-28-2006, 10:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Rob Phillips
Is that Will's brother? What's up Mo

naw Rob, hes not Wills brother...
he would be faster than Will. (if will was driving backwards)

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Old 04-28-2006, 11:02 AM
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It takes skills to drive a "stock car" ask dale jr..
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My vote.....

Chuck Lonergan - He's won more stock and now masters races for more years than all the other's combined. Every once and a while he comes back from Masters and still beat's up the young, top stock drivers.... Simply put - Best Stock Racer of All Time....

Now, from the current group of drivers just simplys going off of driving lines and consistancy (just from watching them drive rather than race results) from this past year - Dayger 1st, 2nd Cuffs from there it's up for grabs.

That's just my .02.... I could be wrong...lol...
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Chuck you still the man
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what ever happened to this thread? it seems fun.
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Originally Posted by 1fastguy1
Clark Smith
And the discussion ends right here. No need to continue.
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What about Bill Brasky?
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Originally Posted by Kris Preisinger
What about Bill Brasky?
I've got his set up on my car now - DIALED
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Originally Posted by Kris Preisinger
What about Bill Brasky?
Brasky is afraid to mention his name in the same breath as Clark. It's why you never see Chuck Norris or Seaball comparing themselves to him either.

I'm taking a huge risk even mentioning it here.

Clark is so good, he can bend space and time to make it appear that he's struggling on the track. Meanwhile, he's already 10 laps up on you mere seconds after the sound of the tone.
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Old 03-16-2007, 11:39 AM
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Clark (Clark Kent, aka Superman) may be the best at the moment, but an up-and-coming DC Smith (DC Comics) may be even better. He's on a quest to own and drive every TC on the planet. This week he's running one of Tosolini's rides . . . next week who knows . . . he's bound to figure it out sooner or later. This man drives more new cars than anyone . . . well, except maybe Mo, he rebuilds his car from scratch at least 4 times a week. Speaking of whom, Mo's on the bubble to win at Nats or Vegas and last time I checked he still holds a day job in the so-called "real world too" . . . as one of the few people actually still living in WV I have to call him out . . . well, that is, if Clark and DC decide to let him on the podium someday . . . . but what do I know anyway, I'm just a dumb hillbilly . . . .
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That DC is pretty sneaky. He uses acts of subterfuge to get a sweaty leg up on his competition.

There's been more that a couple times that he'll give wrong directions to his buddies on the way to the track. He does this to cut down on their practice time, meaning they'll have fewer chances on finding that golden setup that might beat him.
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