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  1. #1
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    Default At least it mattered to him

    Nothing is worse than victory lane being populated by guys that are bored with winning.

  2. #2
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    Congrats to the young fella. He talked the talk and backed it up.
    8/13/16

  3. #3
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    Congratulations to Tyler Carpenter. He showed everybody he deserves to be there.

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    If he hadn't started 1st and had to start mid pack or farther back would the results been the same?
    IF YOUR NOT LEADING YOUR NOT WINNING

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    At the expense of a bunch of sheet metalÖ..probably so.
    Where is the move over flag when you need it?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-MAC 39 FAN View Post
    If he hadn't started 1st and had to start mid pack or farther back would the results been the same?
    I would say no. But...he qualified well, did his job in his heat race, won his qualifier Thursday, and then drew the pole. You do all that, your chances to win increase dramatically. The cards fell his way and he took full advantage of the situation.
    8/13/16

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-MAC 39 FAN View Post
    If he hadn't started 1st and had to start mid pack or farther back would the results been the same?
    Pretty stupid comment...couldn't that be said at any event?

    He was obviously the man/car to beat. No one could touch him on starts and re-starts.

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    Had Brandon Sheppard started further towards the front he appeared to have had the speed and moxie to give Carpenter problems. No way to ever know for sure but Sheppard looked fast enough to go to the front if time hadn't run out.

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    He never pays for hey dudes againÖÖ
    Where is the move over flag when you need it?????

  10. #10
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    I'll attest, theyre great shoes and very comfortable!

    Hope he capitalizes on the possibilities of a sponsorship!
    An army of sheep led by a lion(Trump), is mightier than an army of lions, led by a sheep(Biden).

  11. #11
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    Hey Dudes shoes posts showed up in my FB feed today after all the hoopla from this weekend.
    Formerly 66#1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter Davenport View Post
    Pretty stupid comment...couldn't that be said at any event?

    He was obviously the man/car to beat. No one could touch him on starts and re-starts.
    You wouldn't have expected anything different would you? Thank you for comment! It depends on what track you're at. Looks like he just had it going on like HH25 said.
    IF YOUR NOT LEADING YOUR NOT WINNING

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    Will Hey Dudes show up on the Niece truck at Knoxville? Stranger things have happened in the sponsor chasing game,

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    Quote Originally Posted by over4T View Post
    Will Hey Dudes show up on the Niece truck at Knoxville? Stranger things have happened in the sponsor chasing game,
    You got a good point there over4t
    IF YOUR NOT LEADING YOUR NOT WINNING

  15. #15
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    Iím nothing more than a fan of Tylerís. Iíll admit heís been through a lot recently, mostly of his own doing. None of us are perfect. But itís nice to see a genuinely happy, appreciative winner in victory lane. I do think heís missed out on bigger rides because of his choice of words, actions etc., but the guy keeps doing his best with what he has to win and move forward. Hoping for an uneventful off season so he can head into next year more focused than the last. Hey Dude!

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