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inthecuse

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  1. The only way to handle a rain out policy is how Orange County handled it for the 100th. You let the drivers run until it really rains. Then, you let the drivers tell the race director what they really think and to get back in their tower. After all that edge-of-your-seat excitement, you let them run. Any other way is just taking the easy way out.
  2. I know it wasn't this past year for Volusia. I think it was 2019 Volusia. I cancelled it the next week and kept seeing charges for dirtvision on my credit card all the way until May. I'm not trying to discourage anyone from ordering their service. I want them to succeed. It's a great product for the race fan. They just need to have a 'cancel' button to make it easier for them and the customer. I think at the time they were combining the fast pass with dirtvision. I forgot the details but might have added to the confusion of why I kept getting billed.
  3. Conspiracy theory? I mean if you really want to trust the media, then Google articles about people leaving NYC, I didn't make up the 'alternative facts.' Are you saying I should believe the media about what a great job Cuomo is doing but shouldn't believe them about all the people leaving NYC because they don't want to live like they're in North Korea. Or should I believe whatever makes Cuomo look the best.
  4. For your sake, their sake, and every other racing fan's sake, I hope not. I was happy with the coverage but not the billing and customer service aspect. I don't have money to burn like dandan. Haha. How do you cancel now? Is there an option to do it yourself. I might give it a second chance if there is. If I have to send a request to ask them to cancel, I'll pass on it.
  5. Maybe they should be fired and we send the best helmet polishers that dirt racing has to offer to Cuomo. Let racing be great again!
  6. Not in my case. I didn't get any emails saying I was being charged. I should be able to cancel my subscription without having to email and ask. There should be a cancel option online. When I do ask to cancel, I expect that I will not be charged 3 more times. Keep in mind, I asked right when I saw the second charge come thru. Then after they said it was cancelled, a 3rd charge for the next month. Then when I ask to be credited for the months that I didn't want they tried telling me that they did credit me. I was looking right at my charges and credits from them online. In their defense, maybe they have improved their process but I'm not taking the chance to find out. I don't have time to hope companies don't over bill me and not believe me about not giving me a credit.
  7. Which could turn into 4x the $39 if you don't watch your credit card after you ask for permission to cancel. Never again with dirtvision.
  8. The numbers dropped in NYS and NYC because everybody left - GONE. Anybody that could, left NYC and NYS. Plus, he banned practically the whole country from coming to NYS. That's why the numbers went down. Less population equals less cases. He didn't do anything magical except make a lot of people go bankrupt and lose their livelihoods. Cuomo said and demanded the governors are in charge of their states. Now he wants to blame Trump. The guy is an egotistical maniac. I vote NO for communism.
  9. Interesting - seems like it would've been a great time to use it. Especially seeing how cars were going on both sides of the 86.
  10. Yes - terrible wreck. Did they have red flags back then? I guess I was too young to remember. I'm really surprised the emergency responders didn't get hit. You have the one official giving the hand signals for the drivers to slow down. Stopping would've been best.
  11. Looks like the link might not be good? I have it so it starts right as he's saying not to cut it. Great post!
  12. At SDW sitting in the beloved Grandstands one year I had my scanner going. I had it scanning through the different frequencies and came across the color commentators (not sure which network) but it was priceless! Color commentators on air really hyping up the race, "We've got a real barn burner here and anyone could in line for first place!" As the color commentators go on commercial break but audio still available on the scanner, the one commentator says to his partner, "Man, this is like watching paint dry, I can't wait to get home and bang on the old lady." It really was a great race but that comment really made me lmao!
  13. Here's some that I'll never forget that I've seen in person except number 5. 1 - SDW with Mahaney and Watt (johnwilliams insert gif here). 2 - Max having is throttle lockup and go full speed into Rudolph on the last lap at LoL after leading all 99 laps (I know there's different versions of what happened). 3 - Larry and Matt's scuffle at Utica-Rome. I didn't get to see the aftermath in the pits tho. 4 - I hate to consider this as one of the 'craziest' examples because it's more sad than anything but I'll never forget it. It was a summer race at the fairgrounds - I'm thinking the 4th of July race that Glenn used to have. There was an accident on the backstretch. Of course it was hard to see how bad it was because of the distance from the Grandstands but we knew it was bad after about 5 minutes because the announcer wasn't saying anything positive about the driver being ok or anything at all for that matter. The driver ended up passing. Such a sad night and bad feeling. I think we ended up finding out for sure the next day. This was before Facebook and Twitter so news was sightly delayed. I'm guessing late 90's? Again, very sad. Anyone have any more details or remember this? 5 - The most recent being the video premiumdiesel posted. I've never seen a guy drive a car so hard into another car on purpose. Holy Todd.
  14. It definitely happened to John. I have the picture and would share it but the file is too large. Corn husk hanging on every part of the car imaginable. Not sure if it happened to Alan as well.
  15. There's other inconsistencies as well: - NY is allowing drive-in movies to take place but not drive-in races - an axe throwing bar can open because of the way the bar filed its paperwork, but a racetrack cannot. I don't think anyone suggested a conspiracy theory and that other sports are not effected or that nobody in the whole world isn't effected. More that the governor gets to pick and choose what he feels is safe by micromanaging every aspect. Some just seem plain silly. You can throw an axe at a bar but live music is dangerous. OK!
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