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#41 jo73


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Posted 05 March 2019 - 06:18 AM

Chrome, I asked a simple question. 94.3 I appreciate the response. I was told they have a different fee for some races and didn't understand why. Blind, not at all. I get tired of saying that I like the concept of the crate late models. Guys buying new xr-1's to run crate races is I think just flat out nuts. But for you and chrome, it's the domination of all racing and every division I don't like. I've said Vicki is a smart business lady, so is Stan lester. The racing is ok. You've got guys out spending just like every other class out there. Not one nut hugger will ever admit that a crate alone show can put fans in the stands. So chrome you say I only go to watch them hammering the cushion. Yep, me and the other people that pack the place. Probably you to I bet. There support divisions nothing more. Why ? because promotors everywhere can't and won't work together. So, you have rush and Fastrack that bring there show to your track with a unified set of rules and everybody is happy. Western pa has to many tracks, fields are dwindling, promotors don't pay shit. Weekly racing is all but dead. I traveled back home last year, because I'm retired and I can, to get my fix. My trips will be less this year. I'll pick and choose, so far, GIS, SCREVEN, EAST BAY and VOLOUSIA. Planning a trip to central pa the end of the month. So as you see not a crate show in the bunch. My choice, because if it comes down to no choices, dirt racing will die.

Edited by jo73, 05 March 2019 - 06:19 AM.


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