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As we ran out of reply options LOL:
I knew it was a fuel pickup issue, but that wasn't as fun as making it a "MoToR" issue LMAO.
And ya gotta admit, no fuel, the motor lays down LOL
I won't tell MoToR 'bout you if'n you don't tell him 'bout me!
- 1 Reply to Da Goat®
It was a good race. It was a bummer they ran out of fuel.
I don't think Brad had anything for him though. In both the previous two restarts, it was like Brad hit a wall going into turn 1. Based upon those, I think Brad would have done good to finish top 5, and very lucky to finish top 4.
i shoulda gone too but then again i would have not been here today lol. i still might go down for friday and/or saturday.
meanwhile 30 laps and no wrecks, so maybe it will work out. could it be the Goodyears handle it better than the Hoosier's that the Modifieds used? (do they use Hoosierst lol )
- 3 Replies to macy
Hmmm...oh well checking around to get some definitive answers and they definitely use Hoosiers per a pic from today's action at Bristol, but I can't find an answer whether they currently run bias ply (they did as of 2005, anyway). Oh well, enjoy the rest of the truck race!
Not sure if Hoosiers but I'm pretty sure they're bias ply; I know for certain the K&N cars are bias ply instead of radials, and that's been described as one of the biggest transistion points for those who have moved up from there
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