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  1. A smart promoter would find a way to get Hearn into the held-over. Howie is a smart promoter.
  2. Totally untrue......fake news........a freekin' lie. I've witnessed countless races over the past 50 years when the track was superb. "Cinders"?..........jerk.
  3. https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nascar/2014/08/10/tony-stewart-investigation-dirt-track-incident-kevin-ward-canandaigua-motorsports-park/13855401/
  4. "......socialize the cost and privatize the money." Have you ever heard of baseball and football?
  5. Which way was it moving? That tells us nothing..........
  6. LOL! I do recall water cascading down the drive in and pouring over the wall, and a guy in fishing waders looking to unclog the drain. Was that the same night?
  7. Does it last for more than one night, or do they apply every week?
  8. Everyone knows that Jay was Brett Hearn's tire man. On Jay's first night as manager, the track was very rough, with deep ruts in the 4th. On a restart, with Hearn on the inside and home-town favorite Chuckie McKee on the outside, Hearn hit a deep rut, bouncing his car into the inside barrier and then caroming off into McKee, sending poor Chuck to the wall, ending his night. Jay sent Hearn to the rear, to the mixed cheers and boo's from the large opening night crowd. Later Jay said (I'm paraphrasing here, it was a while ago) "Accidental or not, I had to do it. If I didn't, the crowd would have killed the both of us."
  9. I think I'll nominate this for the "Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Silly Comment of the Week".
  10. I wonder how far away Jay Castimore lives, and would he take the job if offered. He was great.........
  11. I'm looking at our 24' above-ground pool, it's got 12,000 gallons in it, and it doesn't look like a lot.........
  12. $382 per 5-gallon pail.......WOW!
  13. If there was one big thing OCFS had going for it before Mr. Larsen came along was it's ability to get it's program moving along despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles. I've seen just about everything: Infield totally flooded at 5:00, accidents ripping out fencing, electrical failures, downed poles,etc. Solutions included shortened heats and or features, shortening or deleting intermission, postponing under-card features till the following show. I recall an Eastern States weekend where the entire program (BBM, 320 SB, SS) was run on Sunday, with a total of 225 cars entered. They knew how to scoot things along. As a 50-year fan of The Hard Clay, I'd like to see a return of heats for qualification, eliminate time trials, NO Dash for Cash, abbreviated/deleted intermission when needed, and, of course, better track prep. And speaking of track conditions, let's be fair, Spring weather has not been kind to any of the tracks this year. I'm not giving up hope, I've got too much time and love invested in that old girl, and I am confident that they will work it all out.
  14. Hearn got a flat in his heat race. When was the last time you saw that happen......Oswego? The track must have been really rough.
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