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Post by navycook75 on Tue Jan 29, 2013 5:06 pm

Due to this being a Superspeedway, I did not screenshot all of the lead changes to save space.


Surprisingly, the pole sitter was Bobby Miller, Jr. Tri-Oval Racing's first ever pole.


Nikki Curtis is starting way back in 32nd, she must be using a race setup.


Here we have our points leader, Garth McCallister, Jr. If he wants to stay in the points lead, he has to pick up the pace.


Bobby Miller, Jr. misses out on leading the first lap by just a hair. Superspeedway racing at it's finest.


A.J. Murphy showing some of that muscle that he's been showing recently, he's been showing himself as a contender for the championship.


Speaking of Championship contenders, here's Garth McCallister....


....OH NO! his ignition went out! The points leader is done on lap 6!


Here we have George Dennis and Phil Harding Tandem Drafting. I would call team orders, but they're just so slow.


Here's Nikki Curtis running 11th, from the way she's running, she's going to win this race.


Jim Kidd making it 4 wide! Clearly the Emperor of the Empire State has his New York Autoring Setup in.


Tony Durbin lost a teammate here in 2007 Master Cup Qualifying Race, from the muscle he's showing, will he win it?


Speaking of the 2007 Master Cup Talladega Race, here was the winner of that event, Anthony Evans. His season hasn't been that great so far.


Travis Marshall lost his father, Steve Marshall in the aforementioned 2007 Master Cup Qualifying Race, a win here will be very emotional.


CAUTION 1: What is Aaron Collins doing?


Travis. What are you doing. Travis. STAHP.


Collins saves it, Marshall doesn't. Nikki Curtis shows her driving skills and doesn't wreck.


and Jason Richardson becomes an innocent bystander. Very heartbreaking for Travis Marshall as he wanted to win this race.


Jack Bohart has shown that he has a car to win races, but has yet to win, but with two poles this season, a win isn't too far away.


George Dennis blows up. and nothing of importance was lost.


Pit Road shenanigans, Frank Azure gets into Steven Gill.


and Azure takes it back to the pits.


Only one car a lap down, and that is Darren Moore.


Nikki Curtis makes her way to the front, awesome run by her.


Dan Richards, the winner at North Wilkesboro, made his way into second in points. He's going to make a name for himself in the future.


Once again, Palmer Stiles has a problem. tough break for him.


CAUTION 2: Palmer Stiles doesn't make it to the pits in time.


Coming to the Caution, Ethan Everett leads. there's a reason why America's next best hopeful.


Nikki Curtis is in 7th! A win here proves that she has talent.


Darcy has a valve failure. He should of called Gabe Newell.


Nikki Curtis is 13th. hopefully she can get to the lead soon.


Look at Nikki Curtis' headlights! the Saar Headlights aren't bad either.


Joe Olenick, the Rockingham winner, is looking to take the lead away from Casey Lester. Lester has led a few laps already.


Ethan Everett has a tire go down. He's out of contention for the win, after an awesome run.


NIKKI CURTIS LEADS! She's proving that her talent is taking her places, and it shows.


A.J. Murphy is done with a header failure. His engineers should of had their HEAD in the game.


Nikki Curtis takes the lead away from Joe Olenick.


TJ Stewart, the former ARLA driver, is not showing any results as he is running 24th.


Bobby Miller, Jr. navigates his way through Lapped cars.


Travis Marshall goes a lap down.


Nikki Curtis to the lead once again!


Phillip Kaslow takes the lead away from Nikki Curtis.


Caution 3: Debris


Mike Whitmore showing some muscle.


People pit. AFTER THE RESTART.


Justin Parker leads. Thats something you don't see everyday.


Lenny Wineburg blows up


then Aaron Cruise forgets how to navigate past him and hits Wineburg. and brings out our 4th caution.


Nikki Curtis sure loves running in the position thats the same as her car number. Either way, great run by her.


She leads once again! and with only 7 laps to go, she has a strong chance of winning!


Anthony Evans pushing the lapped car of Darren Moore. He's doing anything to get to the front it seems.


Billy Bob Childers seems like he has the same setup as Jim Kidd, but can he hold on to it?


Anthony Evans to P1. It clearly shows that he still knows how to win at Talladega.


Aaron McLaw's engine failure is really Piston me off.


The 5th and final caution happened when Jim Kidd tries to pass Frank Azure and forgets that Jordan Watts is there.


Jim Kidd doesn't hit anything else.


What are braks Bobby Miller, Jr.?


Azure hits the wall as a result of that.





"My name is Tim Woodard, how do I slow down?"




Anthony Evans wins at Talladega! This is his second Talladega win, the first came in the 2007 Master Cup Race.


Nikki Curtis will repeat her 11th place finish. Awesome job by her!
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Re: ASCC Hero 200

Post by Electric Wolf on Tue Jan 29, 2013 7:42 pm

Casey Lester: Just get the f**king Tri-State cars outta this series. Ruined a great day for me. And that wreck was not Aaron's fault. Nikki stuck her nose in where it wasn't supposed to be and everyone f**king knows it. Nikki is just some woman who has sponsorship, gets paid a sh*tload of money to show up (and probably pays off the commentators to put "Nikki Curtis: Best Female Racing Driver ever!" signs all over the broadcasts) and gets all of the attention because she is a girl. What if Alexis Rainsford or Nikki Brillon were to come to the ASCC? Would they get the same treatment? Only if they're not the owners of the team they'd drive for.
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Re: ASCC Hero 200

Post by navycook75 on Tue Jan 29, 2013 7:55 pm

Casey Lester wrote:Casey Lester: Just get the f**king Tri-State cars outta this series. Ruined a great day for me. And that wreck was not Aaron's fault. Nikki stuck her nose in where it wasn't supposed to be and everyone f**king knows it. Nikki is just some woman who has sponsorship, gets paid a sh*tload of money to show up (and probably pays off the commentators to put "Nikki Curtis: Best Female Racing Driver ever!" signs all over the broadcasts) and gets all of the attention because she is a girl. What if Alexis Rainsford or Nikki Brillon were to come to the ASCC? Would they get the same treatment? Only if they're not the owners of the team they'd drive for.
Fun Fact: Casey Lester led most laps in this race. he led 11 laps and you finished 18th. so it wasn't all that bad.
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Post by Electric Wolf on Tue Jan 29, 2013 9:37 pm

I thought I wrecked out. Well, not too shabby, but almost all of what I said about Nikki is how the real-life me feels about Danica Patrick. But I'd like to discuss that in a different section.
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Re: ASCC Hero 200

Post by Dan Mackay on Tue Jan 29, 2013 10:30 pm

not enough Nikki Curtis fapping, just saying
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Re: ASCC Hero 200

Post by navycook75 on Tue Jan 29, 2013 10:42 pm

Dan Mackay wrote:not enough Nikki Curtis fapping, just saying
there's never enough.
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Re: ASCC Hero 200

Post by bartman97 on Wed Jan 30, 2013 1:16 am

Jordan Watts comments:

"It was fun wrecking the 18 car."
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Re: ASCC Hero 200

Post by Chives2112 on Fri Feb 01, 2013 7:26 pm

Nash Celebrates 12th Place Finish at Talladega

After climbing out of his #7 Quaker State Bolden Chaser, Thomas Nash and company celebrated as if they actually won the ASCC Hero 200 at the Talladega Superspeedway, the first race of the championship chase season. Bad luck, bad performances, and collisions on track have relegated the Nash Motorsports car deep in the points standings. But, maybe Nash's luck finally turned around.

"Damn, I tell 'ya what, this is a win for this team. This has been the toughest year in a long time for me, and this team has stuck with me all year. Them, Quaker State, and Bolden. It's great to finally finish a race with a good finish and to actually lead a couple of laps, I think. And we didn't get into any alteractions with any of those Tri-Oval Stooge Mobiles!" exclaimed Nash as he thanked his team on pit road. Nash is referring to the last few races, as he was wrecked twice by Tri-Oval driver Bobby Miller, Jr.

While Nash is not in The Chase, he still plans to make a name for himself for the rest of the 2012-2013 season.
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