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That, sir is pure speculation on your part, and not even the least bit funny (unless you are 7) any real input?
Originally posted by rickymouse
I bet one of the racers is going to win it and they will do it in a car.
That is easy for us to say when a pack of 43, 3400 Lb racecars are inches apart, traveling at 200+ mph (equal to a football field a second with all of the lights on) with aerodynamic push, pull and side drafts, this sport is extremely difficult and dangerous, I just assume there are very few racing junkies here on ATS. Personally, it is my favorite sport, and I know literally hundreds of fellow junkies...
Originally posted by Tylerknight
The important thing is to keep your head in the game, and remember to
A time out is defined as a call of a teammember to call, at will, a cease to action. Therefore, racing has no called time out when you wish such a stop. A yellow flag lines up the field, and then the rest of the team services the racecar, and cuts it loose to regroup, hardly a stop of action. also a red or yellow flag is not called by the teams themselves, but as a safety issue deemed by the officials, and yes, 88 has a good shot at winning this 5 million dollar check and highly sought after thropy, he will need a drafting partner, maybe #5?
Originally posted by Carreau
Since the race 88 hasn't happened yet there is no way of knowing who 88 will win. As to HOW the winner 88 will win the race, I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that he 88 will be the first one to pass under the checkered flag88. And there are "time outs" in racing, yellow and red flags.
Nascar math 88>20