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Race 2: Iowa Speedway (Dec 18)

Hootius

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Charles Sumner
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Race Length: 115 laps
Max Incidents: 24
Fuel Limit: 100%
Start: Rolling
Fast Repairs: 0
 

Hootius

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Charles Sumner
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Great find. Keep this in mind folks. Make sure to utilize the practice time we set up in the lobby before qualifying.
 

MattyAubs

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Matthew Aubry
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That's going to make it tough to practice before the patch. For those that haven't gone to the link; the patch is specific to the trucks. There is an issue in how the sim calculates the aero on the back on the truck. Meaning if you run the truck at Iowa now it will be loose; but Wednesday after the patch it will be tight. They also said the setups will remain the same; the code is what is changing.
 

Bradley Holly

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MX-5 Cup Series 2022/S2
NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
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Bradley Holly
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Pre Race Interview

1. How much experience do you have with the new tire model, what are your thoughts on the tire model.

2. Do you prefer tracks under 1 mile or tracks 1.5 or larger?

3. If you could meet any nascar Driver and get advice on be a successful driver, who would that be?
 

ahunter27t

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NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
Name
Austin Hunter
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264
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31
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Fulshear,Texas
iRacing ID
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Pre Race Interview

1. How much experience do you have with the new tire model, what are your thoughts on the tire model.
   Whatever we did at Dega. I have yet to run anymore laps.

2. Do you prefer tracks under 1 mile or tracks 1.5 or larger?
    1.5 and larger.

3. If you could meet any nascar Driver and get advice on be a successful driver, who would that be?
   Probably someone that has had a harder route to the top, like a Landon Cassill. They all have talent but some have had a way harder time getting to show it.
 

DominicBegin

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Dominic Bégin
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1. Not much, raced a few this week but no usure whatsoever on the tires in degga for me

2. I like short tracks better, however a superspeedway once in a while is fun too

3. I don't have much knowledge of Nascar nowadays. Hate me if you want but I kinda liked Jeff Gordon when I was a kid.
 

chatley59

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NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
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Brenden Chatley2
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1.  :?:

2. Anything really in the trucks. Smaller tracks in cup

3. As long as I’m raising money for animal shelters, don’t really care how successful I am on track since I’m here to have fun. But for the raising money part, Jamie little since she does so much with dog shelters herself
 

crazygoalie39

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1. I've done a decent amount since it's been released to the public. The feel is great once it comes in, but the fact that we run our fastest laps 5-10 laps into the run instead of lap 1 or 2 and the very minimal wear is unrealistic and needs to be fixed.

2. In general, 1.5 and larger. I tend to be better at them than the likes of ISM, Dover, New Hampshire, etc. I do like real short tracks like Martinsville and Bristol though.

3. William Byron. From what I hear, he started racing ON A COMPUTER!
 

chatley59

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NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
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Brenden Chatley2
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crazygoalie39 said:
1. I've done a decent amount since it's been released to the public. The feel is great once it comes in, but the fact that we run our fastest laps 5-10 laps into the run instead of lap 1 or 2 and the very minimal wear is unrealistic and needs to be fixed. 
What track were you running at? We ran Chicagoland last night in cup and the wear seemed really good, and our fast laps were 1-2 laps into a run
 

Miker9253

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NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
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Mike Richter
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1. How much experience do you have with the new tire model, what are your thoughts on the tire model.
  I'll say about 20 hour sessions in a few different cars. Better but still needs work.

2. Do you prefer tracks under 1 mile or tracks 1.5 or larger?
  1.5 or larger, Though I have good results at short tracks.

3. If you could meet any Nascar Driver and get advice on HOW TO* be a successful driver, who would that be?
  Jimmy Johnson, I mean he is the most successful driver, next to the King and Imtimidator.
 

Burnhakp

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1. How much experience do you have with the new tire model, what are your thoughts on the tire model.
Not at liberty to answer that.

2. Do you prefer tracks under 1 mile or tracks 1.5 or larger?
1.5 or larger

3. If you could meet any Nascar Driver and get advice on HOW TO* be a successful driver, who would that be?
Larson to get some dirt tips.
 

MattyAubs

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Matthew Aubry
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1. How much experience do you have with the new tire model, what are your thoughts on the tire model.
I've ran a couple of K&N, but overall minimal experience.

2. Do you prefer tracks under 1 mile or tracks 1.5 or larger?
I prefer the 1-1.5 mile, I generally do better on more technical tracks. Aside from this league I usually run Late Model and SK.

3. If you could meet any NASCAR Driver and get advice on HOW TO* be a successful driver, who would that be?
Matt D; for the same reasons Austin Hunter listed; great driver on medium-level equipment and has seen success.
 

Hootius

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Charles Sumner
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1. It's just been Wednesday and Sunday so far. Takes some adjustment, but I like it so far.

2. I feel like I run up front more on intermediate tracks and I enjoy them more, but normally get caught in crap more often than not, and finish better on short tracks.

3. Kurt Busch, but that's because I'm a mark and I'd probably talk everything else but racing with him lol
 

Jason_00

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You know, I kinda like the setup as is. I'm gonna be sad when they fix the bug and the thing turns into a snowplow again. 

[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]1. How much experience do you have with the new tire model, what are your thoughts on the tire model.[/font]
Drove it on the K&N car a LOT so I'd say a good bit of experience. 

[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]2. Do you prefer tracks under 1 mile or tracks 1.5 or larger?
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I like both, but I'm pickier about the specific track than the length. As long as it's not a high line dominant conga line track, I'm good.  

[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]3. If you could meet any nascar Driver and get advice on be a successful driver, who would that be?[/font]
Dale Sr. No doubt. 
Plus it would mean he'd still be alive and probably whupping up on Kyle Busch. 
 

JR_Smith33

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1. How much experience do you have with the new tire model, what are your thoughts on the tire model.
I've ran like two races, It takes the fun out of racing ovals honestly. I have transitioned to only road racing because of it.

2. Do you prefer tracks under 1 mile or tracks 1.5 or larger?
Anything besides the restrictor plates. Put it into my hands.

3. If you could meet any nascar Driver and get advice on be a successful driver, who would that be?
Dale Earnhardt, because he knew something no one else did
 

fotors3

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NASCAR Cup Series 2022/S2
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Brandon
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Bradley Holly said:
Pre Race Interview

1. How much experience do you have with the new tire model, what are your thoughts on the tire model.

2. Do you prefer tracks under 1 mile or tracks 1.5 or larger?

3. If you could meet any nascar Driver and get advice on be a successful driver, who would that be?

1. Not a ton of experience so far but I prefer it over the old tire model. Just a bit of a learning curve. 

2. I like tracks under 1.5 miles. Short tracks are preferred to cookie cutter tracks. 

3. Even though I met Kevin Harvick as a kid, I'd like to pick his brain on how to be a better driver. Kyle Larson would be good too. 
 
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