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Old 06-21-2019, 04:24 PM   #91
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steve's responce is good, nhra needs more of that. without alittle drama/rivalry racing is boring actually. some people like racers that say nothing, some like racers that are loud, nhra needs to know that fans are attracted to RACERS and their personalities. hell, the cars are only on the track for a few seconds lol
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steve's responce is good, nhra needs more of that. without alittle drama/rivalry racing is boring actually. some people like racers that say nothing, some like racers that are loud, nhra needs to know that fans are attracted to RACERS and their personalities. hell, the cars are only on the track for a few seconds lol
On a side note you still driving the Ghost?
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Old 06-24-2019, 04:00 PM   #93
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On a side note you still driving the Ghost?
Absolutely. Im the only one that has ever driven/tuned it. Thats the way it will stay until its sold lol
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Old 06-24-2019, 06:55 PM   #94
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Showing emotion and saying whats on your mind is important to Drag Racing. The sport was built around it. I am not politically correct and refuse to be. This was in qualifying and the only negative result was losing the run and not going to the pole.
It was my mistake. I am not blaming anyone. However, rules should be implemented to not allow cars to back out of the stage bulbs. Until recently, this was always the case since drag racing timing systems and Christmas trees were put in use. I have myself been redlighted in a grudge race for the car flickering out of the bottom bulb. I paid up. When you change the history of a sport to accommodate a small group of people, its never good. NHRA needs to look into this. Watch that youtube video. That is actual footage of a car staging in competition at an NHRA national event. How in the hell would you race against that? In any event, If thats the rules, then so be. If flickering the bottom bulb repeatedly is an advantage and some cars choose to use that advantage, I will in turn use the advantages that I have at my disposal.
This was not my first mistake and it won't be my last. I am looking forward to this weekend in Norwalk.
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Showing emotion and saying whats on your mind is important to Drag Racing. The sport was built around it. I am not politically correct and refuse to be. This was in qualifying and the only negative result was losing the run and not going to the pole.
It was my mistake. I am not blaming anyone. However, rules should be implemented to not allow cars to back out of the stage bulbs. Until recently, this was always the case since drag racing timing systems and Christmas trees were put in use. I have myself been redlighted in a grudge race for the car flickering out of the bottom bulb. I paid up. When you change the history of a sport to accommodate a small group of people, its never good. NHRA needs to look into this. Watch that youtube video. That is actual footage of a car staging in competition at an NHRA national event. How in the hell would you race against that? In any event, If thats the rules, then so be. If flickering the bottom bulb repeatedly is an advantage and some cars choose to use that advantage, I will in turn use the advantages that I have at my disposal.
This was not my first mistake and it won't be my last. I am looking forward to this weekend in Norwalk.
Stevie speak your mind. Don’t care what anyone says but he is good for the sport. And this is coming from a queer turbo guy lmao according to Stevie. Have to admire the amount of emotion this guy puts toward the sport.

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Absolutely. Im the only one that has ever driven/tuned it. Thats the way it will stay until its sold lol
That's what I was thinking. Y'all need to take it easy on JR Gray lol.
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Showing emotion and saying whats on your mind is important to Drag Racing. The sport was built around it. I am not politically correct and refuse to be. This was in qualifying and the only negative result was losing the run and not going to the pole.
It was my mistake. I am not blaming anyone. However, rules should be implemented to not allow cars to back out of the stage bulbs. Until recently, this was always the case since drag racing timing systems and Christmas trees were put in use. I have myself been redlighted in a grudge race for the car flickering out of the bottom bulb. I paid up. When you change the history of a sport to accommodate a small group of people, its never good. NHRA needs to look into this. Watch that youtube video. That is actual footage of a car staging in competition at an NHRA national event. How in the hell would you race against that? In any event, If thats the rules, then so be. If flickering the bottom bulb repeatedly is an advantage and some cars choose to use that advantage, I will in turn use the advantages that I have at my disposal.
This was not my first mistake and it won't be my last. I am looking forward to this weekend in Norwalk.
Stevie speak your mind. Don’t care what anyone says but he is good for the sport. And this is coming from a queer turbo guy lmao according to Stevie. Have to admire the amount of emotion this guy puts toward the sport.
Agreed Jose. BTW, congrats on the win in Bristol and the runner up in Norwalk.

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Old 06-25-2019, 01:55 PM   #98
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That's what I was thinking. Y'all need to take it easy on JR Gray lol.
lol, nah. JR likes/craves the attention.
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