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If you like em smelly or butchy then Nocal is just the place! Been there, burned the t-shirt.
This from that hotbed of female beauty, Lake St. Clair, Michigan.
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Evidently you don't follow NHRA. Europeans have been trying to come up w/ their own series for years, and they're still not as fast. However, you were probably referring to production cars.
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Evidently you don't follow NHRA. Europeans have been trying to come up w/ their own series for years, and they're still not as fast. However, you were probably referring to production cars.
If it is Hot Rod racing, with the funny cars and top fuel, I know, because I have been to the US many times. But for us Europeans that is one boring race. Like Nascar. its boring for us.

I once spent a whole weekend in Indiana, watching TV on my hotel, they had a program called PINKS, where these guys race their cars for 1/4 mile and then lose the car..That was very entretaining..not so much for the race, to me boring as I told you, but what went on before and all.

Your racing type is fast and staright, ours is fast but you need to steer also.

I was never a great fan of Formula 1, I allways preferd Rally (you know what it is?), it was more "near" to us, and less BS with money.

By the way, I raced 125cc, 6 speed Unlimited karts, for a long while between 1996 and 2000. My engine was American.

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If it is Hot Rod racing, with the funny cars and top fuel, I know, because I have been to the US many times. But for us Europeans that is one boring race. Like Nascar. its boring for us.
Yes, its hot rods, and I'm not sure how 8,000hp can be boring, but to each their own.

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I once watched TV in my hotel, they had a program called PINKS, that was very entertaining.
I'm familiar with pinks, a friend of mine won on that show. They raced in Maryland at MIR. Its glorified street racing. Some people don't like the host b/c he's a self proclaimed moron when it comes to cars.


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I was never a great fan of Formula 1, I always prefers Rally, it was more "near" to us, and less BS with money.
I'm familiar. Never really got into it for more than the wrecks. Why race through the woods when you can go faster and safer on a track? It is neat to watch though.

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By the way, I raced 125cc, 6 speed Unlimited karts, for a long while between 1996 and 2000. My engine was American.
That's cool, my old boss used to run the 80cc class with the clutch style transmission. Did really well.
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