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May have to be taken with a grain of salt, as it is historically advantageous to qualify early there, I do believe.
There may be a fair amount of sand-bagging as drivers try for an earlier qualifying placement....
Indy isn't a track that qualifying order means that much on. Of course nobody wants to go out in one of the first five positions anywhere...
I highly doubt the pole could be won by anyone in the first 20 anyway.
It would take one hell of a cloud to cover IMS, if one does, qualifying would more than likely be rained out...
Grain of salt, shmain of salt......lookit Landon Cassill so far! I actually swapped out the 34 for him based on your recommendation joanie......i have he and Labonte who is also doing ok...hope it pans out! So far I have enough of my roster doing well
you have a great point @ 2:10 Temp should be 88 degrees at the start of qualifying and by 3:00 the temp should be 89 degrees or higher so the later you qualify the hotter the track will be even though there will be more rubber on the track the cars may tend to get a little loose
hey joanie.....wake up!!!!!!!!!!!....you're talkin in your sleep again...dont give away all your secrets....lol
btw...you make a good point....because sandbagging seems to be more commonplace w/ the new rules
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