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Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

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Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

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Race Length: 250 Laps
Start Type: Rolling Start
Fuel Amount: 100%
Track State: 0% @ start of practice. Reset to 0% for Qualifying, then that is carried over to the race session.
Marble State: Marbles are on
Weather: Dynamic Weather
Time of Day: Afternoon

Pre-Race Interview
1. How was your first race of the season last week at Texas?
2. What are your expectations for Bristol? What is your favorite short track?
3. Do you own a car? What is it? Are you a DIYers?
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by jeromef1 » Fri Apr 13, 2018 5:04 pm

Pre-Race Interview is up!
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by ColtonLayne » Sun Apr 15, 2018 2:33 pm

I'm at Bristol so I more than likely won't be there for the race tonight. Have a good race tonight guys!
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by SharkV » Sun Apr 15, 2018 3:26 pm

Won’t race tonight 
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by jeromef1 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 3:47 pm

Thanks for the heads up guys
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by fotors3 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 5:30 pm

Pre-Race Interview
1. How was your first race of the season last week at Texas?
2. What are your expectations for Bristol? What is your favorite short track?
3. Do you own a car? What is it? Are you a DIYers?

1. It was decent minus getting into some incidents. I had a nice 6th or 7th finish locked up until I got caught up in a race.
2. I expect cautions but really hard racing. Bristol is actually my favorite track and I ran really well there last season until I had technical difficulties.
3. I own 2. I have a 2007 Scion tC that I've had for almost 7 years. It's my daily and set up for curvy roads and maybe a road course event if I want to do so. The other is a 1994 Jeep Cherokee XJ. It has a 5 inch lift and some 33s. I do almost everything to my cars to fix them myself other than tires and alignments.
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by chatley59 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 7:12 pm

1. I was about where I thought I would end up but had a blast and was racing for position most of the night
2. I would just like to have a clean race and stay out of the incidents
3. I have 2016 Ram 3500 that I use for work with a leveling kit and 35s
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by Ian24 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:13 pm


Saw no one blink but this is what my replay shows of lap 1. Crazy. Sorry for those involved. Car wasn't too terrible, then I came down to pit road to get repairs fixed, timer disappeared and car sat there, never let me leave. Happy to see teammate get a top 5 though.
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by Junkyardspecial » Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:20 pm

I see we still cant grasp short tracks. Cant wait for next week.
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by Ken Caruthers » Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:38 am

Junkyardspecial wrote: I see we still cant grasp short tracks. Cant wait for next week.
Yep. Many cautions were stupid mistakes that shouldn't have happened. Only like two incidents were legit. The others should never happen if people paid attention or raced with respect and proper etiquette.
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by Kyle7 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:07 am

We had some decently long runs there guys but some people still don't understand you need a car that's drivable around other people to finish lol. Thing was a rocket after 20 laps but too loose on the first 10 of a run until the pressures built. That little loose is what made me spin sorry again Jaymes but we had some good racing between ourselves!!
Hopefully Richmond is better
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by KevinWhittaker » Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:01 pm

Awesome racing up front the whole race, would have liked more long runs, but that's Bristol.

Lap cars who can rack up 30+ incident points in two races who don't know what track they're on or what lane they're running almost killed me and did kill one of my teammates so that is pretty disappointing.

Onto Richmond!
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Re: Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway - Afternoon (15 Apr)

Post by Ken Caruthers » Wed Apr 18, 2018 11:29 am

KevinWhittaker wrote: Awesome racing up front the whole race, would have liked more long runs, but that's Bristol.

Lap cars who can rack up 30+ incident points in two races who don't know what track they're on or what lane they're running almost killed me and did kill one of my teammates so that is pretty disappointing.

Onto Richmond!
Be more cautious. Don't just assume cars are going to give way to you or your teammates or anyone. A lot of wrecks happen due to guys being impatient when they think they are faster. 
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