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the question isn't did he cross the center line, rather who other than the retard doesn't see, doesn't agree that he hit the timing block? That is what got him DQ'd and the W reversed.


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The question is did the Nova cross the center line before the finish line.

Because if you're a track official you'll recognize the lingo used over the walkie talkie from to the tower at Bradenton to the scales where the original call was heard by all parties.

It was quote ... "No one crossed the center line before the finish line" ... Tell the Nova to get ready for the final round.

Contacting a track fixture is a center line crossing violation.

Now all you Libtard men claiming you can have babies in here, lets see your example of the Nova crossing the center line before the finish line?


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All these years I thought "driving the stripe" referred to the finish line. Now I see that some like to drive the center line.


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**** box over the centerline in the picture used to say it didn’t cross.


GAME OVER


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**** box over the centerline in the picture used to say it didn’t cross.


GAME OVER


You don't know the rules?

It's not against the rules to cross the center line after the finish line.


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The problem is we have Libtard men in here with the same delusion of men who claim they can have babies, without an example.

And others who don't know the rules.

This could go on forever.

The "foamy" weighs 40 grams, a piece of paper weighs 2 grams.

If the Nova contacted the "foamy" it would not be sitting on the finish line behind the cars unmoved.... this is called common sense.


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It's the same delusion men who claim they can have baby's to say the Nova crossed the center line before the finish line, without an example still shot from the video as evidence.

If you think you know something but can't provide an example, you're as delusional as men who think they can have baby's.


Mike wants to identify as the fella who won that round. Reality doesn’t work that way. You can’t just identify as something and it is so.


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It's the same delusion men who claim they can have baby's to say the Nova crossed the center line before the finish line, without an example still shot from the video as evidence.

If you think you know something but can't provide an example, you're as delusional as men who think they can have baby's.


Mike wants to identify as the fella who won that round. Reality doesn’t work that way. You can’t just identify as something and it is so.


Which of the two calls is more reasonable according to the Evidence / Example?

A. The original "No one crossed the center line before the finish line"... Tell the Nova to get ready for the final round.

B. The Nova's front tire lead straight to the front side of the finish line block. We have no other choice but to put the wagon back in the race.




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Now where's your example showing the right front tire of the Nova leading to the front side of the finish line block?

When you can show this example, you'll justify Bradenton putting the wagon back in the race 45 minutes after originally ruling it loser of the race.

Until then your delusion is no different than a Libtard man claiming he can have a baby with Libtard authorities on your side, in agreeance with you.


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This was probably discussed before,but I missed it or didn't take the time to read.

WHY was the car so close to the center line in the first place? Were the track conditions bad? Water on the track? Or just a driving strategy to try and scare the hell out of your opponent?
 
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This was probably discussed before,but I missed it or didn't take the time to read.

WHY was the car so close to the center line in the first place? Were the track conditions bad? Water on the track? Or just a driving strategy to try and scare the hell out of your opponent?


It doesn't matter, it's not against the rules to use up the lane.

Using up the lane doesn't justify officials impossible stories used to put people back in races they already ruled loser, after having 45 minutes to think about it.

The reason there was an hour between this race, the quarter final and final rd was, they had to clean up the left lane and get the wagon back out of the trailer after originally being declared loser.


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This was probably discussed before,but I missed it or didn't take the time to read.

WHY was the car so close to the center line in the first place? Were the track conditions bad? Water on the track? Or just a driving strategy to try and scare the hell out of your opponent?


It doesn't matter, it's not against the rules to use up the lane.

Using up the lane doesn't justify officials impossible stories used to put people back in races they already ruled loser, after having 45 minutes to think about it.

The reason there was an hour between this race, the quarter final and final rd was, they had to clean up the left lane and get the wagon back out of the trailer after originally being declared loser.


The wagon ran .17 over his dial.Is it possible that he saw you potentially coming into his lane and decided to drop? I'd like to hear his version.Is he on here?
 
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This was probably discussed before,but I missed it or didn't take the time to read.

WHY was the car so close to the center line in the first place? Were the track conditions bad? Water on the track? Or just a driving strategy to try and scare the hell out of your opponent?


It doesn't matter, it's not against the rules to use up the lane.

Using up the lane doesn't justify officials impossible stories used to put people back in races they already ruled loser, after having 45 minutes to think about it.

The reason there was an hour between this race, the quarter final and final rd was, they had to clean up the left lane and get the wagon back out of the trailer after originally being declared loser.


The wagon ran .17 over his dial.Is it possible that he saw you potentially coming into his lane and decided to drop? I'd like to hear his version.Is he on here?


It's a 370 Pro Tree 6.50 index race, no dial. The Nova is the only car in the race that can be double zero on the tree.

The wagons plan was to get behind and spray past the Nova or spray and dump, which it did.

None of that really matters though.

We need pregnant man delusion Bucky to show his example of the Nova's front tire leading to and contacting the finish line block as the reversal call said, that put the wagon back in the race.


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bottom line truth is ,, you pounded hi a s s ....
 
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Pregnant Libtard man delusion Bucky, where's your eyewitness testimony?

You got nothing but Libtard pregnant man delusion.

You think your right just because the Libtard authorities are backing you.


Eyewitness at the race on the fence.



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This was probably discussed before,but I missed it or didn't take the time to read.

WHY was the car so close to the center line in the first place? Were the track conditions bad? Water on the track? Or just a driving strategy to try and scare the hell out of your opponent?

it's an not uncommon down track strategy to drive out of the groove towards the centerline when chasing or towards the wall when being chased to make it easier for you or harder for your opponent to drive the stripe but the retard did it to the extreme, hit the timing block and got DQ'd rightfully so.


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What would Jerry Springer say? Or Judge Judy……


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But yet you have no evidence of any contact on the foamy, only evidence to the contrary.

But you think you're right same as the delusional pregnant Libtard men just because Libtard authorities / officials at Bradenton are backing your delusion, same as Biden officials are currently backing delusional pregnant men.


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