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Old 07-22-2005, 06:50 AM
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Originally Posted by sosidge
Chris/Josh - my opinion is that you shouldn't split the finals because of a "natural gap".

Often, that natural gap is caused by the top heat being able to run faster race times because they all push each other faster, whereas the lower heats have more delays. Drivers from lower heats can easily gain a couple of laps in a fast final, I've done it many times myself.

that is why you reshuffle for the 3rd rd. of qual., to let all the guys run with people on the same pace, after the reschuffle i think everyone has a fair chance to qual.

you are not gonna take a 17 lap racer and out him with the fast guys and now he is gonna run 22-23 laps,

i think sometimes people just wanna make the "A"

i race at prob. one of the most competive carpet tracks on the east coast for weekly club races that sometimes go all the way to the "E" main, i will prob never make the "A" there, but i do qual sometimes in the top of the "B", but i dont ask them to go 10 cars in the "A" so now i qual. for it . . .
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