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    Default The GOAT gets #849

    Congrats to Mr. Smooth on picking up career win 849 last night at Farmer City.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amalone09 View Post
    Congrats to Mr. Smooth on picking up career win 849 last night at Farmer City.
    Congratulations to Billy and his crew on parking it in victory lane.

    With that being said, it is strange not having him race at the Show-Me 100. I imagine that this is the 1st Show-Me 100 that he has missed.

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    Race was a joke but it happens.
    8/13/16

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    Scott hasnít raced lately.

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    Penn for some Scotts not the Goat. For some it's Moyer and for some it's Purvis and others it's Scott.
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    849 but more then half of those where cherry picks and ignorantly he's the goat? lol, ok.

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    Absolutely the goat! You can rank them 1a or 1b, but Moyer isnít known for failing tech etc, and is winning races at nearly age 66. Bloomer is 59 and hasnít won a race in what, 3-4 years? RESPECT!

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    Billy is the best in my opinion and Scott is close behind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black F View Post
    849 but more then half of those where cherry picks and ignorantly he's the goat? lol, ok.
    I thought he retired? Glad to see him still winning but these guys say they retire then come back then retire again is beyond me. Is it a PR stunt or what? Not bashing just curious as to why drivers do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod&ready View Post
    I thought he retired? Glad to see him still winning but these guys say they retire then come back then retire again is beyond me. Is it a PR stunt or what? Not bashing just curious as to why drivers do this?
    addictions are a mf'r...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fryefan View Post
    Billy is the best in my opinion and Scott is close behind.
    got it. opinions override statistics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod&ready View Post
    I thought he retired? Glad to see him still winning but these guys say they retire then come back then retire again is beyond me. Is it a PR stunt or what? Not bashing just curious as to why drivers do this?
    They probably really want to retire but, the addiction won't let them.

    When you've done something for so long and love doing it, it's hard to give it up. Plus for Moyer I don't think he's footing the bill this go round.
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    just wondering, ive got 847 posts under this username, does that make me the better poster then someone with say, 600 posts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kidrock View Post
    They probably really want to retire but, the addiction won't let them.

    When you've done something for so long and love doing it, it's hard to give it up. Plus for Moyer I don't think he's footing the bill this go round.
    im pretty sure he understood the addiction part the first time lol....

    that "somthing for so long" part has left you blind...... they told you it would!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kidrock View Post
    They probably really want to retire but, the addiction won't let them.When you've done something for so long and love doing it, it's hard to give it up. Plus for Moyer I don't think he's footing the bill this go round.
    It must be hard to let go of for those hard core racers. They must get " JONESIN " for more action. I read where Chub Frank who is in his 60's won a race in N. Y. a few weeks back. Of course in the future everyone is going to have to include that boy from Illinoy in the GOAT talk ! !
    Last edited by Raceready; 05-28-2023 at 10:22 AM.

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    that "boy from Illinois" ain't gettin the wins tho. mybe he better sell that washed up horn a his?

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    I still think Bloomquist is #1, but Moyer is a close 2nd. Happy to see him victory lane!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black F View Post
    that "boy from Illinois" ain't gettin the wins tho. mybe he better sell that washed up horn a his?
    He will coming on like GANGBUSTERS once he gets his second wind ! !

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennisErbFan View Post
    I still think Bloomquist is #1, but Moyer is a close 2nd. Happy to see him victory lane!
    You mean this #🖕?
    8/13/16

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raceready View Post
    It must be hard to let go of for those hard core racers. They must get " JONESIN " for more action. I read where Chub Frank who is in his 60's won a race in N. Y. a few weeks back. Of course in the future everyone is going to have to include that boy from Illinoy in the GOAT talk ! !
    I'm sure it's not easy to step away for some and others they just go quietly in the sunset.
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