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Date Posted: Tuesday, October 14, 09:19:13am|
So what we need is a understanding of what point is too fast. So 6.97 is okay but NOT 6.96? Well....6.96 is okay then. Well why not 6.95? Do you get my drift. SO, that being said,....we just say ,...ahhh everybody go 7.0. Right? If you bracket raced you should know this better then anyone. It's called "drving the finsih line. Its just another strategy used when racing. ,..I will tell you the last secret though and this is it. If your car runs 6.97, 6.98....and you cut a decent light,....your oppenant can be on and off the throttle all he wants and he will LOSE about 90% of the time. Thats a fact. So actually a car running allout has the advantage,...NOT what your thinking about ,,,,,"FENDER RACING" ask someone around you if this aint the truth,....it is!
So get one of your cars and come on down. The guys in 7.0 are very nice and have great sportsmanship. But,...don't think for a second any one of them will not try to figure out a stratagy to put a whoopng on you! No one dominates that class, they all are good racers and anyone can win on any night!
So apprecate the race, understand the driving ability, the tuning abilty, the reaction time, the finishline drving and all the other qualities these guys have to race competetively. Review the last race, its on utube,..the class ran basically between 6.98 to some 7.05. The only really car that was too fast was that gray primered Ford car that raced that red nova. The nova ran close to 7.0 and made the Ford drive 6.80's, I think. Remember, you are talking about hundreths of a second! Come on out!
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