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I would like to know what kind of feedback is coming in about the nostalgia Pro Mods at the California reunion. I guess they sorta took the place of the defunct AA/GAS class, but who doesn’t like 250 mph door cars?
You need to update on the weekends. Take Tuesday and Wednesday off.
Why do DRO NFC cars have two fuel pumps? Do you think one flows more than a Heritage-legal pump? Taking apart a fuel pump before eliminations is like having Open Heart Surgery before running a marathon.
But if we took Tuesday and Wednesday off, what would everybody read at work on those days? The DRO AA/FC Challenge cars only have one pump. We normally check the fuel pumps of the winner and runner-up. The DRO series requires Heritage-legal pumps, we just don’t require them to be flowed and sealed after every race.
Thank God for Pro Stock and Pro Stock Motorcycle. It gives me time to run downtown to get lunchmeat, cucumbers, tomatoes, rolls, and a 6 pack (don’t have time to stop and have a Jersey Tap Water: six different tap beers in one mug). Got to get back for nitro.
Compton, please, you have destroyed our sport. Do something right for a change. No one gives a barrel of dehydrated smegma about PS or PSM. Pro Mod is wild -- everyone loves Pro Mod.
Rob Sciarrillo Jr
Was I the only one embarrassed to see a $75,000 check for winning the Pro Stock Bike championship? If the NHRA really wants to be considered a Big League sport, they need to pony up a bit more than a half million to the nitro champs and only a quarter million to Pro Stock car champions.
It’s widely reported that it costs 3-4 million a year to run a nitro team and Warren Johnson says that it now takes almost that much to run Pro Stock, so it seems like a champion should win more than it costs to compete, doesn't it?