There's a few examples. I'm sure like anything else, most of the times when it comes to a "cheaper" alternative or something that isn't proven or showing the be the next best thing right off the bat, most of the top guys are going to stick with what they have. Not saying this shocks would or wouldn't be the next best thing, but if some top finishing guys would switch over to them, there may be more or better results. But that's not going to happen, as they already have so much invested into their shock program, and the old saying of it it ain't broke don't fix it, would likely keep them from switching.
I don't care either way about the whole crate debate, they race some tracks I go to, some they don't. Sometimes they have good races, sometimes they don't, as is the same with every division. Anyways, what do you prove by complaining about "spamming" from the rush and fastrak people, then just bumping everything else up, besides being annoying? All fastrak did was bump up a post about a race this coming weekend as a reminder, nothing else. Don't be mad at the crate people simply because they put their information out there, be mad at other divisions you like for not doing more promotional posting or press releases here if that's what you are truly upset about!
Ya, real stand up guy. Aren't you all buddy buddy with the Stan's Transmission guys? And haven't they been caught cheating this year, as well as in years past, and you yourself were caught earlier this year?
I'm going to argue any tire stagger difference between the two tracks for a late model is a minor issue. Tire stagger is more about how the difference in tires effects the grip or slip of your tires per your ability to alter loading. I think a modern Late model chassis has more then enough adjustments to compensate for any banking and turn difference between the two tracks. Just having fun with ya still bored hoping to get a racing fix Saturday.
But I suspect there are those who read on here which will understand what I wrote and agree with it. yeah sure if you believe that I have this family owned bridge for sale just south of Pittsburgh.
If they were even talking about a late model, this may be relevant, but they aren't, so it isn't.
Yes, both the 69 and 93X won the title due to showing up every week or in Hodgkiss case everytime they ran supers. Unlike Hodgkiss, 93x actually ran good all year and finished upfront pretty much every week so he still had a good chance to win the title even if the 12 didn't miss 2 points nights. Hodgkiss winning the title is equal to a participation trophy, he won it by default. If you look through every super champ in history, he is easily the worst on that list.
Ya, it would have been nice to see what would have happened between the 12 and the 93x. Hodgkiss winning the title is nothing but a joke. Wonder how many times he'll mention how much he loves talking about male genitalia in his "championship" speech. The worst performance ever by a champion, and probably the least deserving and least respected champion ever.