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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Lucstar88 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 9:56 pm

Well, i'm working tomorrow morning, so i can't watch the race, plus it's crazy lagging
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by navycook75 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 10:07 pm

THIS RACE SO FAR.
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by JMac525 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 10:08 pm

I can already tell this is going to be one of my top two or three races of the year. So badass.
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by bigdc48 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 10:34 pm

This is such an awesome race. Very Happy 
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by zac47ulrich on Wed Jul 24, 2013 10:54 pm

I about an hour from the race track
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by zac47ulrich on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:04 pm

#wreckfest and #languagefail
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by crl on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:04 pm

Is Landers really gonna try and race with all that damage?

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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by zac47ulrich on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:08 pm

crl wrote:Is Landers really gonna try and race with all that damage?
Yes he is
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by oxymoron on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:25 pm

Good Win Dillon! Very Happy
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by bigdc48 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:27 pm

Hell yeah Austin. What great racing.

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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by navycook75 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:30 pm

Austin Dillon wins.

now tell me how much of a talentless hack he is and how he's only in the car because of his grandfather.
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by flyingturns89 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:33 pm

Also want to point out that technically, this is the first win for the Sieg Brothers team.
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Sparkz47 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:34 pm

navycook75 wrote:Austin Dillon wins.

You misspelled "Ryan Sieg".
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Spannerhead29 (Nelson) on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:40 pm

flyingturns89 wrote:Also want to point out that technically, this is the first win for the Sieg Brothers team.

 Childress Truck with RSS Racing points. The team skipped this race.
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Magus978 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:42 pm

navycook75 wrote:Austin Dillon wins.

now tell me how much of a talentless hack he is and how he's only in the car because of his grandfather.

THIS.

mfw people start crying foul because Childress bought out RSS for this race. QQ pls.

That aside, awesome night of racing. I could see this becoming a once or twice a year deal, maybe one race for points (somewhere else), and the other as an exhibition that brings out a who's who of racers for a night.
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Michael29Shell on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:52 pm

Magus978 wrote:I could see this becoming a once or twice a year deal, maybe one race for points (somewhere else), and the other as an exhibition that brings out a who's who of racers for a night.

^ This
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Rykia on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:54 pm

Awesome race. Wasn't rooting for Dillon but congratulations. One of the best races of the year, hands down.
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Alta on Thu Jul 25, 2013 1:27 am

Awesome as hell race!

RYAN SIEG WITH A HUGE WIN...wait it's Austin Dillon...Still nice win for Dillon and cool to see him win

Dirt Track racing is quite the fun with Nascar, Lots of hard racing and drivers wheelin it.

NORM BENNING IS A BEAST! That fight for the final spot in the LCQ was nothing short of awesome.
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Mother of Invention on Thu Jul 25, 2013 9:01 am

GJ Austin, ya held off two of the fastest trucks in the field (The#30 and #34).


Also: That akward moment when Norm Benning is holding of Scott Bloomquist on a dirt track.

Magus978 wrote: and the other as an exhibition that brings out a who's who of racers for a night.


And maybe that race can be a prelude to another race.Razz
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Lucstar88 on Thu Jul 25, 2013 9:04 am

GW Austin! Didn't get to watch it but hopefully i can next year!
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by RealRacer4 on Thu Jul 25, 2013 11:25 am

I apologize in advance as this is going to be a long post.
 
Wow. Where to begin? I think that was the most well spent for a ticket that costed $40 for a big event. I didn't think the racing was going to be that good, honestly. Seeing the whole thing in person was something else. I was hoping there would be a 4-wide salute to the fans, and sure enough, they actually did it. That was my personal highlight of the night and the greatest thing I've seen at any race track. The heat races were not bad, the LCQ finish was awesome, and the feature race, well, the rest was history for there. The fact that the race came down to driver skill instead of strategy and a lot of drivers had a chance of winning the race is what made the race so awesome. Seriously, NASCAR. PLEASE bring this race back next year.
 
Now my thoughts on the dirt ringers:
 
Scott Bloomquist-Wow. Did he embarrass himself last night? I don't know what issues he was dealing with, but I couldn't believe how far back in the field he was. I was expecting a lot out of him.
 
Jared Landers-Until he wrecked, he did pretty well for his first time in a truck car. I didn't think he would be in the top 5 for the majority of the race.
 
J.R. Heffner-He impressed me quite a bit. I thought he would be competitive in the feature but it's too bad he had something break in the LCQ.
 
Jeff Babcock-There were quite a few people around from Ohio sporting the Babcock shirts at the track. It looked like he had a little trouble getting a hang of it, but when he got lapped by Larson and started following him, it looked like he picked up on a few things from Larson and was ready to make a comeback in the 2nd segment. I really hated to see his engine blow up.
 
Dave Blaney-He was running well, he just couldn't find a way around to lead a lap (I didn't think Timothy Peters would do that well, tbh). He had a good run.
 
Kenny Wallace-I thought he did okay. I was expecting him to do better but I guess his set-up was a little off.
 
Kenny Schrader-I expected him to be pretty competitive coming into the race. He got a pretty good applaud from the crowd when he took the pole and won the heat race. That was cool to see.
 
Austin Dillon-He's not exactly a dirt ringer, but he does have some experience on dirt. He made a good charge to the front to take the win.
 
Tracy Hines-I didn't keep an eye on him that much but I figured he would finish in the top 10, which was where he was running at one point in the race. He made a decent return to NASCAR after being gone for several years.
 
Kyle Larson-He was my pick to win this race and almost pulled it off. Had he not screwed up the last restart, I think we could've had a photo finish. I thought the race was a wrap the moment he took the lead. He was on a rail through out the night.
 
Overall, I'm really glad this turned out to be a huge success, not to mention the racing would be clean. I would attend this race every year in person and every other dirt race that NASCAR will add onto the schedule. Man, being there last night was awesome.
 
Here are the results that Jayski posted from last night:
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1 19 39 Austin Dillon(i) American Ethanol Chevrolet 153 0 Running
 
2 13 30 Kyle Larson(i) Clorox Chevrolet 153 0 Running
 
3 10 34 Ryan Newman(i) Oral B/Aggressive Hydraulics/WIX Filters Chevrolet 153 0 Running
 
4 11 18 Joey Coulter Darrell Gwynn Foundation Toyota 153 40 Running
 
5 8 62 Brendan Gaughan South Point Chevrolet 153 39 Running
 
6 3 17 Timothy Peters Parts Plus Toyota 153 39 1 Running
 
7 17 54 Darrell Wallace Jr. # Camping World/Good Sam Toyota 153 37 Running
 
8 7 88 Matt Crafton IdealDoor/Menards Toyota 153 36 Running
 
9 6 19 Dave Blaney(i) Reese Towpower Ford 153 0 Running
 
10 14 8 Max Gresham Made in the USA Brand Chevrolet 153 34 Running
 
11 22 60 Dakoda Armstrong Winfield Chevrolet 153 33 Running
 
12 2 6 Jared Landers Mark Martin Automotive/Peak Oil Chevrolet 153 32 Running
 
13 16 13 Tracy Hines SealMaster Toyota 153 31 Running
 
14 1 52 Ken Schrader(i) Federated Auto Parts Toyota 153 0 Running
 
15 23 29 Ryan Blaney # Cooper Standard Ford 153 29 Running
 
16 15 3 Ty Dillon Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevrolet 153 28 Running
 
17 4 81 Kenny Wallace(i) Jegs Toyota 153 0 Running
 
18 5 4 Jeb Burton # Arrowhead Chevrolet 153 26 Running
 
19 9 31 James Buescher Rheem Chevrolet 153 25 Running
 
20 25 77 German Quiroga # Otter Box Toyota 153 24 Running
 
21 12 32 Miguel Paludo AccuDoc Solutions Chevrolet 153 23 Running
 
22 24 7 John Wes Townley Zaxby's Toyota 152 22 Running
 
23 29 63 Justin Jennings LG Seeds Ford 151 21 Running
 
24 28 5 Jason Bowles(i) Valvoline Chevrolet 151 0 Running
 
25 21 51 Scott Bloomquist ToyotaCare Toyota 151 19 Running
 
26 30 57 Norm Benning Stone Mountain Guns and Gold Chevrolet 149 18 Running
 
27 26 24 Brennan Newberry # Qore-24 Chevrolet 145 17 Running
 
28 18 9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff Chevrolet 137 16 Running
 
29 20 98 Johnny Sauter Carolina Nut Co./Curb Records Toyota 120 15 Accident
 
30 27 84 Jeff Babcock BulkMaterialLift.com Chevrolet 63 14 Engine

 
This has also become my new wallpaper on my laptop:
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Mystrsyko on Thu Jul 25, 2013 12:46 pm

I tried watching this while playing Minecraft. Not a whole lot of crafting got done, lol.

Very entertaining night of racing. Over 4 hours of truck racing, which is probably a first. The heats were kinda boring, but once they got a good number of trucks on track it picked up real quick.

It was one groove all night, and they were constantly fighting for grip, and it was awesome. Every time someone tried to make a pass you held your breath because you had no idea if they could make it stick or not. I think that invalidates the idea that multiple groove racing and variable banking are necessary.

And for some strange reason I knew Dillon was going to win going in. No idea why, just a hunch I guess.
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Metro 6r4 on Thu Jul 25, 2013 2:06 pm

Well my sleeping pattern is totally screwed, I've only just got up, and it's 19:00 here. The race ended at about 5 in the morning in England but it was well worth it Very Happy . I would be extremely surprised if this race doesn't become a permanent fixture.
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Sparkz47 on Thu Jul 25, 2013 2:26 pm

RealRacer4 wrote:Scott Bloomquist-Wow. Did he embarrass himself last night? I don't know what issues he was dealing with, but I couldn't believe how far back in the field he was. I was expecting a lot out of him.

Get this: for some reason or another, Bloomquist was running the race without a front sway bar. They just didn't put it in the truck. Yeah, try to figure that one out.
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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by RealRacer4 on Thu Jul 25, 2013 2:49 pm

Sparkz47 wrote:
RealRacer4 wrote:Scott Bloomquist-Wow. Did he embarrass himself last night? I don't know what issues he was dealing with, but I couldn't believe how far back in the field he was. I was expecting a lot out of him.

Get this: for some reason or another, Bloomquist was running the race without a front sway bar. They just didn't put it in the truck. Yeah, try to figure that one out.
 
 I heard about that. I guess that explains why he was in dead last early in the race. Even in his dirt late model, he hasn't done that well this year. I think the only time he's won a race this year was at The Dream last month, but that's about it.

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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Pyrozooka0 on Thu Jul 25, 2013 3:38 pm

navycook75 wrote:Austin Dillon wins.

now tell me how much of a talentless hack he is and how he's only in the car because of his grandfather.

I think he is very talented, but I do think his being related to Childress definitely gets him the good equipment. still, it might be time to move him up to cup (maybe In the 29 to replace Harvick?)

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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Vincent Giacalone on Tue Jul 30, 2013 6:15 am

Tony Stewart's face when this was a sellout, a ratings hit, and all-around super popular with fans:

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Re: CWTS - Mudsummer Classic

Post by Spannerhead29 (Nelson) on Tue Jul 30, 2013 9:17 am

Nascarboy426 wrote:Tony Stewart's face when this was a sellout, a ratings hit, and all-around super popular with fans:


 
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