Car #: 72 and ?
Year : 90 and 90 Posts: 1051
Top 3 in qualifying seperated by 2/10ths: Burdzy (95) Slattery (92) and Coello (97)
Add Manning in 99 to the mix for first half of race nose to tail. Burdzy leads first 6-8 laps, then Slattery passes for lead. Manning drops back in traffic about 1/2 way, Coello drops back about 3/4 race. Burdzy challenges Salttery for the lead but never gets close enough for a legitimate pass.
Great race no contact and everybody goes home happy.
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Isn't this Dewhurst the parity experts home division? In typical fashion, no comments from him when the facts don't support his case? How many 1.6 national wins lately? Isn't that what you were waiting to see? Seems like in the heat of the summer they have been almost undefeated? Are you that hypocritical that you can't comment when the facts don't support your case? You sure seem to come out and bang the war drums when you twist the facts to suit your needs?
I'll be polite because you don't read real well. I have said that parity is good at tracks other than for the 1.6 at ROAD AMERICA. I viewed the race at Blackhawk Farm and all 4 front runners did a fine job racing. It was Slattery's first time at the track.
The hell with being polite. I haven't been posting because of trolls lke you.
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