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Date Posted: 17:22:36 02/20/13 Wed
Author: Old Gray Haired Stick Car Racer
In reply to: BULLITT CHASSISWORX 's message, "Re: TRACK CONDITIONS" on 07:37:59 02/13/13 Wed

I am still trying to figure why in the world I would ever think about trying to propel a racecar that is heavier than what I have now down a race track. I thought most racers were looking for a way to lighten their car, not run something heavy on purpose. Heavier is only better in tractor pulling. I don't get it. Then again, I don't have a door car. If I had a door car or maybe just wishing that I had a door car at all, I would think the same as "henry". I'll "stick" with what I have.

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[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Re: TRACK CONDITIONS -- BULLITTCHASSISWORX, 07:58:43 02/21/13 Thu [1]

Well said. !! Barry

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