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Wow!
6.506 to 6.585
#1 5hr7 #16 2nd round qualifying.
 
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AHHHH....Sealevel Sonoma.....nice


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Impressive! So was PSM, comp and S/SS.


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I enjoyed that track when I raced the truck, the air is very good. Wouldn't mind going back to race again. Do they even race Divisionals there anymore?


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Dual dives in the pro stock semi-finals !!!? Red Face
 
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Originally posted by B KING:
I enjoyed that track when I raced the truck, the air is very good. Wouldn't mind going back to race again. Do they even race Divisionals there anymore?


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Dual dives in the pro stock semi-finals !!!? Red Face


Not at this level.
 
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After reading this post I decided to check my notes and see what the closet field ever was. Surprised to see that it was Chicago in 2002 when Gene Wilson qualified number one at 6.819 and Mark Osborne was number 16 at 6.842.

Floyd, you owe me nothing for this…lol


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After reading this post I decided to check my notes and see what the closet field ever was. Surprised to see that it was Chicago in 2002 when Gene Wilson qualified number one at 6.819 and Mark Osborne was number 16 at 6.842.

Floyd, you owe me nothing for this…lol


Nice to have readily accessible notes. That was incredible back in 2002 would be impossible today.
 
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I don’t think it’s impossible now days at all


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I am wondering why it would be impossible?



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I wouldn't say impossible, but I would say statistically far less possible due to the number of cars attempting to qualify now vs then.
 
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Well in my line of thinking… They are all running the same motor now, fewer motor builders, same chassis's and more info being shared. You’re going to see tighter fields this year. They cannot afford to not share info. Less qualified cars means less points, money, sponsors and the possibility of less class next year.


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