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March 08, 2007



If I had a dollar for every race car driver that didn't like a particular track--I'd never have to work again. Every race track has a contingent of drivers that either love it, or hate it. Some drivers have actually run a race or two on the tracks, within the current paramaters, before they start spouting off about it.

"I thought they screwed up a really nice race track,"

Tony; why don't you wait and see how things go with the new tires on the new track, when you are actually racing with others. Everyone seems to think Miami-Homestead was GREATLY improved with its variably banking.


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