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RacrDude

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Chevy bodys on those trucks... What happen to the blue ovals?? Will the dezert truck change too??
 

Steve_Sourapas

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I believe they purchased both of those trucks cause they were available at the time and they wanted to race. If they stick with the series I would look for them to build their own design which I bet would be a Ford. If Chevrolet would step up big time with the large $$$ who knows.
 

John Bitting

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Chevy, Ford, Hyundai it does not matter HERBST drove frickin amazing. It was awesome to see him holding his own with the vet Renezeder.
 

HDRA1

The Godfather
well herbst's did race in the mickey thompson sieres for a long time they know there car control and i am sure they have been practicing somewhere
 

REEVESRacing

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John_Bitting said:
HERBST drove frickin amazing. It was awesome to see him holding his own with the vet Renezeder.
John...absolutely!...was great to watch....on the other hand...Greaves was schoolin' all of 'em until the flat, and Rnzdr passed Herbst like butter with 4 to go and and held lead for the win..how bout Herbst and Leduc swapping paint on Lap 1, going thru the whoops Leduc was fully swapping and Never Lifted (like the movie), then it was Baldwin chasing Troy, what happened to Leduc?
 

getnasty

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The whole field roosted the flaggers and officials when VandenHuevel(?) was on his side. The only one that didn't get the black flag was that white straight axle Dodge. I can't think of his name.
 

1469

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the pro 4 truck was bought from Mcrossian and the pro2 which is now sold i think was a probst chasis.
 

[email protected]

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getnasty said:
The whole field roosted the flaggers and officials when VandenHuevel(?) was on his side. The only one that didn't get the black flag was that white straight axle Dodge. I can't think of his name.
Scott Douglas was the stranded truck getting assistance while track workers got roosted by the entire field. Larry Noel was the lone solder to avoid the black flag.
 
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kevin bedrock graves

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that could have been a scary moment. they should have red flagged the race until that truck was moved. i know scott douglass wasn't a happy camper ( he was truck on his side). they had a police escort after the race,he ( scott was pissed off).
 

DUMP!

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HDRA1 said:
well herbst's did race in the mickey thompson sieres for a long time they know there car control and i am sure they have been practicing somewhere

Mickey Thompson, Yes-----Practice??? No. The truck was in storage sence the last CORR race last year and wasn't touched until a few weeks before the event. Troy couldn't even make it to the shake down we did Tuesday before the race. As Mike Smith puts it, "He just handeled it" If anyone saw Troy drive on Friday I think you would agree that it was not the same Troy that showed up on Saturday & Sunday. And was definately a differant Troy then the one that raced at last years race.

Thanks Troy, for a great show!!!!!!!!

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Brutpwr

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...I believe LeDuc may have had engine trouble...just going off what I saw as he was parked trackside right in front of us...

Jason :)
 

blazersracing

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I agree 100%. Troy was hauling around that track. He kept sailing off that big jump out of turn 3. He got all swapped up going over the whoops one time but he just barried the throttle and came out of it. One heck of a show by the newbie in Pro-4. Cant wait to see him in something fresh and new.

DUMP! said:
. As Mike Smith puts it, "He just handeled it" If anyone saw Troy drive on Friday I think you would agree that it was not the same Troy that showed up on Saturday & Sunday. And was definately a differant Troy then the one that raced at last years race.

Thanks Troy, for a great show!!!!!!!!

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partybarge_pilot

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DUMP! said:
Mickey Thompson, Yes-----Practice??? No. The truck was in storage sence the last CORR race last year and wasn't touched until a few weeks before the event. Troy couldn't even make it to the shake down we did Tuesday before the race. As Mike Smith puts it, "He just handeled it" If anyone saw Troy drive on Friday I think you would agree that it was not the same Troy that showed up on Saturday & Sunday. And was definately a differant Troy then the one that raced at last years race.

Thanks Troy, for a great show!!!!!!!!

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He should also send a thank you note to his engine builder. Only 2 of those in the field, both with the holeshot sat.......
 

DUMP!

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partybarge_pilot said:
He should also send a thank you note to his engine builder. Only 2 of those in the field, both with the holeshot sat.......

DONE!!!! absolutly right!!! Can't tell you how many people asked about the motor. Of course the rear gear would have nothing to do with it either :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

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