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  1. #21
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    Several of the last 15 North/Souths have been decided in the last 10 laps. It's idiotic to include Florence on this list.

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    Every race is decided on the last lap...
    If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention!

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    Portsmouth doesnít produce good 100 lap races. Iíve seen some stellar 25-50 lap races there being itís my home track and what not. Agree it sucks for long races.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZERO25 View Post
    Oglethorpe????.......how dare you! lol

    Add Alltech and Volusia to that list though!
    i have to disagree on alltech, it raced good at speedweeks and had probably the best crate race ive ever watched a few weeks ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by ftfiowa View Post
    add yours to mine. no sentimentalism. no "i grew up at that track" defenses. lets get a list of tracks that dont produce good racing.

    portsmouth
    east alabama
    talladega short track
    cherokee
    411
    senoia
    orange county ny.
    clarksville tn
    central mo. spdwy
    west liberty ia.
    maquoketa ia.
    florence(josh rice makes the show but a poor track)
    one question , have you actually been to the tracks you initially listed above ? just curious .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pennsboro32 View Post
    Florence doesn't belong on this list IMO.
    Neither does 411 IMO. That place put on one of the better races I seen last year at the leftover. Temps were below freezing both nights and they couldn't water the track at all.

    I can't think of many race tracks can probably pull that off and not end being rubber eater. I remember walking in and seeing the track was solid black, then telling my wife we probably should have just went some place warm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zyoung25 View Post
    Neither does 411 IMO. That place put on one of the better races I seen last year at the leftover. Temps were below freezing both nights and they couldn't water the track at all.

    I can't think of many race tracks can probably pull that off and not end being rubber eater. I remember walking in and seeing the track was solid black, then telling my wife we probably should have just went some place warm.
    Must have been some mighty slow racing and dusty I would think. It usually takes SOME water to get the rubber to set up.

    Glad it worked out, it's a wonder...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buford.Justice View Post
    Must have been some mighty slow racing and dusty I would think. It usually takes SOME water to get the rubber to set up.

    Glad it worked out, it's a wonder...
    No dust at all when it's polished top to bottom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterSbilt_Racer View Post
    No dust at all when it's polished top to bottom.
    Must have been frozen moisture coming up to keep the surface sealed with rubber M_R.
    If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buford.Justice View Post
    Must have been some mighty slow racing and dusty I would think. It usually takes SOME water to get the rubber to set up.

    Glad it worked out, it's a wonder...
    It was kinda slow, but it was also very entertaining IMO. We never got a spec of dust on us that night either.

    It reminded me a lot of the old black ice Florence days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riddle28 View Post
    i have to disagree on alltech, it raced good at speedweeks and had probably the best crate race ive ever watched a few weeks ago
    Thats a local track for me.

    Its rare when its more than one groove!

    Its a shame they wont copy Davenport and build a smaller track inside! Wouldnt cost a whole lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buford.Justice View Post
    Must have been frozen moisture coming up to keep the surface sealed with rubber M_R.
    It didn't rubber. It's not an abrasive track. It was like a 90s Florence track.
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