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| NASCAR Whelen All-American Series |
|Posted by: Old Bars Man on September 9, 2014 at 2:35pm|
In Reply to: start and parks by tim kirby on September 9, 2014 at 12:28pm
Tim, I think that you miss the point at GPS, I know that start and park cars have been a part of racing for years. I can remember one year Roland Waladica (Spelling?) was to run a team car to the two car, the number of the car was #98. At Richmond they could not get the car to run and they pushed it with the wrecker for the pace laps and when the rest of the cars took the green the wrecker got up to as fast as possible and then exited the track onto pit road. The #98 coasted across the start finish line and pulled into the pits the wrong way on turn one. The GPS situation is more about the types of cars and trucks allowed to run as Late Model Stock Cars. Single seaters, two seaters and two trucks. This is an obvious and blatant laughable way of circumventing the rules. Hell, there even seemed to be a street stock or two in the mix. The enforcement of an unwritten rule than nobody had heard about did not allow the claiming and or protesting of the Anders Motor. Tim, perhaps you should go to you tube and watch some of the supposed Late Model Stock Car races that GPS puts on and declares to be point races. GPS is nothing but East Carolina with the addition of two trucks and eight other cars that can not keep up with the trucks. Oh by the way, a few of the antiquated cars with the rock hard tires have different drivers at different times in them. So, if this was JUST about start and park cars I would be right there with you.
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