thats not what happen the wheel was straight dales has drove for many of years and has rode many of wheelies and he kept the wheel straight so thats not what caused it and sometimes its hard to get the right set up to keep the nose down when ur making that kind of hp and going that fastcar drove out of the grove, Dale seen it going right as well as you can see it for your self going right, Dale let it go as far as he could but he turned the wheel to the left while the car was in the air, when he let off the throttle, wheelie bars came up, front end came down with the front wheels turned, it instantly shot the front end to the left and bounced, now the car is back in the air but going left, at this point in slow mo he might of had time to correct, in real time he had about no time to correct. With the speed he was climbing it instantly threw the front end to the left and at that point he was along for the ride when the left rear tire got off the ground its all over but the end. White tape dead in the middle of the steering wheel will fix this. Just watch the pass and look at the direction of the car, the left rear wheel had more bite and it just pushed the car to the right. Wreck looked like it was way worst than just a broken foot. Hope you feel better. Here is a lesson for all the guys that drive down the track with the front wheels up; keep the wheel straight!
Well if anyone ever needs a driver call "Awesome Bill" sounds like he has it all figured out! Also, I don't think a 4.24 @190 will b a low 7 sec car???? Lmao :drinkers:After watching this again, again, again and again, I also noticed that the wreck was complicated by the left rear tire being all the way in the right rear tires good patch, the right rear tire was all the way in the goobies and had no bearing on de-excelleration steer. With the right tire out of the groove and the left tire in the right tires grove, when Dale lifted very quickly, the left rear tire pulled the front end around to the left almost immediately. This further complicated Dale being able to get the car to respond as you can clearly see him drive to the right as the car still went left. the little bit of left rear tire steer allowed the car to get out of control before Dale had a chance to correct it. If Dale would of just gotten out of the throttle real slow, it would of maybe turned out different, even if Dale had the wheel perfect, the left rear tire being it was braking the most could of still of caused a wrecked. The car made a sudden and unresponsiveness to front steer move to the left and that just made the whole thing spiral to the point he was along for the ride.
In conclusion, what I have learned a lot from this of what not to do, no matter how many passes you have, something can bite your __s @ any time. Event the best racers with years of experience have out of control situations where they are along for the ride. Just something as small as a wheelie bar adjustment can assist in something like this is mind boggeling. Any time you slower drivers think you can just jump into a low 7 second car and just drive, think again!
x2 cant fix stupid but yeah his math skills arnt very well cause be alot closer to low six second car also explains why he doesnt drive his "pro mod" car he has tooWell if anyone ever needs a driver call "Awesome Bill" sounds like he has it all figured out! Also, I don't think a 4.24 @190 will b a low 7 sec car???? Lmao :drinkers: