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IndyMyIndy
Date Posted: 2017-05-22 16:13:39
Even though I'll get to my blogroll digitally later, but, I will state we lost Nicky Hayden today, the best racer in the Commonwealth of Kentucky without a defacto "car". And, I feel like the last thing I'd want to hear to the race to Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Engines at the 101st Indianapolis 500 is more relief drivers. One is not good as is and had we had 34 Cars, Dale Coyne would have figured into a 195,000 Difference between being on grid and being bubble burst.

IndyMyIndy
Date Posted: 2017-04-06 06:06:50
With the 20th Birthday of the First Cup Race at Texas Motor Speedway, I wonder if Monster Energy is stuck with the uneviable duty to get people in the sport or back in the sport? I'd think the only moral is more racing and finding the money first to do more racing, much less the heavy metal.

IndyMyIndy
Date Posted: 2017-04-05 10:48:24
If we had a Superspeedway 500 Miles and 500 Lap Races Milwaukee Mile and Greater Again, would having the race fall into someone's lap be as common as having to strong-arm a tough car?

IndyMyIndy
Date Posted: 2017-03-27 20:12:53
Of the whole "US Stock Car Short Track Nationals" Entries, only 3 are from my Home State of Iowa. Granted, I feel that quality's quality, but, I feel the issue is not having enough series in the Midwest that would have replicated the ASA just to get the crowds back.

IndyMyIndy
Date Posted: 2017-03-20 14:06:58
I don't necessarily want to dance in the "Food For Thought" mindset, but, morale is all people had, even if policy did or didn't get in the way. I think with unprofessionalism gets to be so common it crosses from clowning to cooning, and the non Mt. Vernon-Lisbon version of the definition. Image is all that matters to people who want to stay and learn and we can't just have people buy the 18 Wheelers in short hurries like they weren't lifetimes or 40 Year Contracts, to be generous.

IndyMyIndy
Date Posted: 2017-03-08 17:35:45
I feel terrible there won't be a Texas Pro Sedan series this year, because, it was Texas' Oldest Continuious Racing Series. And, I really feel the Central Texas Speedway Ownership Mayhem making a lot of people and their equipment anxious. I think for the least, if having a proper Texas Racing Series just to draw people would be necessary in the immediate future.

IndyMyIndy
Date Posted: 2017-03-04 10:39:38
I know us Stock Car People don't do schlock, but, I'd want to see ARCA Return to Atlanta because that would help them return to their 1st Big Market. I am aware there is a lot of "Can't Control" Changes due to Monster, but, why not ARCA at Atlanta again?

IndyMyIndy
Date Posted: 2017-03-02 12:12:02
I think what is pushing Road Racing is having Off Road Successes to run their On Road Counterparts, and what is pushing Drag Racing is the Import Counterparts driving the Detroit Counterparts to dizzying heights and the Super Late Models pushing the XFinity Series and conversely pushing the Monster NASCAR Cup Series.

IndyMyIndy
Date Posted: 2017-02-27 17:46:59
I feel like losing Capitani has to sink an already bad Winter here in Iowa worse. Even though I am not as bonded to Knoxville like Indy and Knoxville and Iowa in no small hand helped keep Open Wheel Solvent, but, I feel doing the show right needs to be the game, end of story.

IndyMyIndy
Date Posted: 2017-02-19 06:25:50
I tend to think there is a long overdue BGN Type Series for Pro Stock Mods and Pro Stock Car in the NHRA Pipeline. The rub is presently too many pros not giving up their Detroit Metal and I know there is plenty of manufacturer loyalty out there and you'd have to look in the right areas.
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