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Author: 3-Wide   Date: 6/29/2020 10:07:38 PM    Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

To your point(s) Dave, I was going to mention the show the driver of the white and red #18 Monte Carlo put on.  He was a show. and his driving style caught folks eye.  Think he might have also had a bout with the hole in up high in turn 3 at one point, but he was fun to watch, and to do it in a stock looking rumblin' stumblin' G body made it all the 'more better.  (His Monte looked really stock as far as sheet metal, nose and rear.  That always scores extra points with me, compared to combo Outlaw Stock/Late Models, and other sheet metal creations that have found their way into the class as car count's dwindled.... I don't even think he had one of those phony rear deck spoilers.)   Finished in the top 5 too, and I think I counted close to 20 Outlaw Stocks out there at one point.

I saw that #9A Crate car, and thought immediately of Jerry Camp.  I'm not sure if they are related or not. or what the connection is.  (Speaking of related, I spoke to sprint car driver John Wyers at the most recent Pumpkin Run and if I'm not mistaken, I think John's wife is the daughter of Jerry #9A Camp.  There's so many family connections in racing and we probably don't even know half of them.)

How about the crate consi....  I think the guy that entered the 3rd turn in 3rd place on the last lap in the black and orange #18M, ended up winning it, without the first or second place guys missing a beat... The track was just that racey that if you took the right line, you could make things happen - quickly.  By the way... only 2 qualified, which made it even more impressive.  (Geez... when's the last time I was excited about a crate consi?)  People applauded when he came around on the cool down lap... that's how much folks noticed.  Maybe "Mason McGee" or something like that?  (I think that's what friend Tim said - and that he drives a Legend car at Wall.)  They announced that he is a rooking on dirt, so even cooler.

Richie Pratt was coming on strong at the end of the feature.  He definitely knows how to make things happen.  That's #51 Pizza Wagon with him behind the wheel is a good combo.

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Where'd ya go and how was the show? 292 fan 6/29/2020 9:42:38 AM