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Round 6: Texas Motor Speedway (15Dec17)

AaronWebb85

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Staff member
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Feb 1, 2017
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2,518
Location
USA, Arizona, Sun City
Full Name
Aaron Webb
iRacing ID
330094

Laps: 100
In Game Start Time/Progression: 19:00/x2
Weather: Clear
 

Hootius

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Feb 5, 2017
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Location
USA, Florida, Tampa
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Charles Sumner
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304260
***Pre Race Interview***
1. Camped out at Texas for the week and now we attack the oval. What is your excitement level for this race?

2. We saw Nascar guys finish 1-2 at the Indy Oval. Which mainly road racer has the best shot to knock them off for the win?

3. Would you want to see future Oval races handled like how we do road races, no cautions and just go to the race finish?
 

Hootius

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Charles Sumner
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1. Camped out at Texas for the week and now we attack the oval. What is your excitement level for this race?
High. Won at Indy Oval and would have won the preseason race here if not getting wrecked under caution. 

2. We saw Nascar guys finish 1-2 at the Indy Oval. Which mainly road racer has the best shot to knock them off for the win?
I'd go with Mac (shocker!). He wont the GT3 oval race and had the speed to make me push in the preseason.

3. Would you want to see future Oval races handled like how we do road races, no cautions and just go to the race finish?
While I feel like cautions should always be apart of oval racing, the coordinating part of direction and trying to focus on driving is tiring at time and takes away from the fun. I wouldn't be against giving it a shot, but man everyone needs to be very respectful, especially early, so no one's race is over before it even starts.
 

XSYSE

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Feb 6, 2017
Messages
279
Location
USA, New York, Lyon Mountain
Full Name
Robert Besaw Jr
iRacing ID
323173
1.  Not sure how I missed this, I was nervous for a wreck fest, hind-sight we didn't do bad.

2.  Always Mac

3. Keeping loyal to oval racing, I like the cautions
 
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