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I heard there was an issue with the scales after the 200?  Brett first weighed in at 1950, which almost caused a near riot?  What exactly happened?  And please, can someone who was actually there reply, not somebody who was following Mike Mallet on their laptop? 

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I wasn't there, but to me a supposed allegation that the scales read that Brett was over 500 pounds light are insanity. If there was an issue it was simply that, a scale problem. There is simply no way someone was 500 pounds light and this is the first we've heard about it. 

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18 minutes ago, NickF83 said:

I wasn't there, but to me a supposed allegation that the scales read that Brett was over 500 pounds light are insanity. If there was an issue it was simply that, a scale problem. There is simply no way someone was 500 pounds light and this is the first we've heard about it. 

I don't think its even possible to be over 500lbs light

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So maybe Decker & Higbie may not have been light the previous nite when the batteries were getting low?????

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3 hours ago, FondaFan16 said:

I don't think its even possible to be over 500lbs light

yeah i know i was just saying by mentioning the number listed that it mustve been an issue with the scale and not Brett's car. Which was later confirmed. 

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11 minutes ago, mod 14j said:

Was the problem with the scale rectified?

It was rectified almost immediately....

 

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Haters always have a say...

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16 hours ago, Goggles Pisano said:

Titanium does not show up on the scales.  Duh!

Mr. Pissano,  sorry to correct you, but I believe you were referring to Unobtainium  rather than Titanium. 

Metallurgy 101 - Titanium is a metric metal so it shows up as kilograms on a scale and needs to be converted using the Mendenhall Order which is 2.2046 avoirdupois pounds equal a kilogram. 

Unobtainium , on the other hand, does not register on racecar scales.  This is probably the source of the confusion...

Ratzso

“Moral victories are a myth.”

 

 

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