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    The Eldora track prep hasnt been as good since Chad left several years back IMO. I have seen some really good races there since then, but that dude knew what he was doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by play4kps View Post
    I dont know if you all realize Elodra didnt run late models after the Dream in early June until the Baltes classic in September, let that sink in, no late models for most of June, none of July, and none of August, thats sad for the so called top dirt late model track in America.
    What?! I've been told by hard core dirt late model aficionado's that Fairbury was the top dirt late model track in America. And I don't mean Fairbury, Nebraska.

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    I will agree Fairbury is the best race track in America for quality competitive racing!

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    LMAO at this whole thread. Dude ask a legitimate question and Moe, Larry, & Curley come a running and jump in with some idiotic reply's.

    T-Mac 39 - Next time you say something to some one you might what to make sure you have the proper spelling and grammar before you speak.

    There are still a lot of folks that read this racing forum but don't reply due to crap like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by play4kps View Post
    Its sad, you post a legit question and people cant want to jump on you. its really sad.
    This is why I posted at post #2 "This should be fun." Not legitimate questions shall go unpunished here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-MAC 39 FAN View Post
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    Calcium Chloride has been what I have been told for many years now. Supposedly holds the moisture in. My eyes end up burning for a couple days during and after the bigger races.
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    I'm pretty sure they are using calcium chloride or one of the VP track preps because one of the World races a few years back I wore a new black t-shirt and got pelted with dirt in turn 4 and after washing the shirt in looked like a starry night where the dirt spots had bleached out the color in the shirt. I have the seen the VP track preps have a SDS sheet and they are a respiratory irritant, eye irritant, and an oral toxin? If they are using this stuff, shouldn't they let the fans know?

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    Most race tracks to use laundry soap when they water the track it helps keep dust down

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    say know with much dust as Eldora has than they must not be using calcium chloride.

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