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Re: NASCAR @ LRP
Do you know what I wish? I wish that someone would figure out that I've
unsubscribed to this mess and only send me the digest so I don't have to
read this crap as I painfully delete it.
On Tue, 24 Sep 1996, todd candey wrote:
> Bob D'Amato wrote:
> > On Mon, 23 Sep 1996 a6561TB@gnn.com wrote:
> > >
> > > >Hey, all the NASCAR boys run both ovals and road courses and some of them
> > > >are VERY talented....do I detect a note of high and mighty when talking
> > > >about NASCAR? Don't let the seasoned road racers running that race hear
> > > >that....
> > >
> > > Fear not, I don't think they are on the Q-list. They would be the least
> > > likely candidates to own a classy euro sedan we all love, that made itself
> > > famous winning the toughest world rallies and now winning the tarmac touring
> > > car championships all over the world 1-2-3-4-5! When I come to think about
> > > it, there are not too many of them winning Paris-Dakkar, 1000 lakes,
> > > Acropolis, Monte-Carlo etc. Actually, non whatsoever. May be its too easy
> > > for them, boring, I don't know...
> > >
> > And if you notice, when they get to a road course, they sub out the driver!
> > ...still not convinced they are overly talented!
> > Bob
> > ________________________________________________________________I remember several years ago watching "NASCAR at the GLEN" in Watkins
> Glen NY. The cars sounded pretty cool, but way too many of them looked
> Yes, I do race Trisha, no I don't appreciate the "attitude" crack in one
> of your previous posts.
> I guess I feel more at home on a track that provides a series of
> different challenges rather than the same one 4 times a lap.
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