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And so does every winner. Makes perfect sense if you what to be a world champion too.
 
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Just to clarify not that it really matters but it is a Big Wally not a little Wally. I did already receive a good size check from Edelbrock thanks to Billy Carroll.


 
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Of course it is and it does matter
 
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so you had 5 contingency decals on your car and that's the NHRA's fault? Roll Eyes the joke is you!
Hey i resemble that remark. I thinks i only had 6 stickers.


 
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That’s on you, I’ve got 30 and they all pay. That’s $9,000 right there in contingency for a National Event win.
 
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That’s on you, I’ve got 30 and they all pay. That’s $9,000 right there in contingency for a National Event win.
Yes i know and i accept it just like my first round loss at the Phoenix Divisional. I would like to blame it on the car but it was all me.

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Business 101, you don’t leave money on the table. Wink
 
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On a good note i didn't kill any cones.


 
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Of course you didn’t, that’s not the intent of this game, except for one delusional retard in Florida that can’t keep his POS in his lane/in the groove.
 
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NHRA Sportsman/Class racing was never about the winner's purse


It was in 1990.
I should of started sooner. Pomona winners check for T/D i got 1395.00. What a let down.


How did they come up with $1395?

I thought winner was $1500.

Correction: I thought Top Dragster National Event win was $2,000?
Did they cut the 2022 payouts?

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It was 1500.00 minus the 105.00 for the state of California. Sad that the Divisional pays more for less entry.


 
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It was 1500.00 minus the 105.00 for the state of California. Sad that the Divisional pays more for less entry.


I pulled up a flyer from the 2021 Sportsnationals and it showed the Top Dragster payout as $2,000.
I'm surprised that the Winternationals payout was different.
And they took the taxes on the spot? What a state.
 
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It was 1500.00 minus the 105.00 for the state of California. Sad that the Divisional pays more for less entry.


I pulled up a flyer from the 2021 Sportsnationals and it showed the Top Dragster payout as $2,000.
I'm surprised that the Winternationals payout was different.
And they took the taxes on the spot? What a state.


They were doing that at Great Lakes Dragaway back in the 90s. The check for my first $5k win was a few hundred light because of Wisconsin state taxes. I don’t recall if I filed something to get it back or not.


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It is a shame the payouts on a national event level haven't remained commensurate with the times.


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no one cares that actually competes at a national event, based on the quotas filling for each class at most every event, so why do you? Roll Eyes

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Because I have an opinion and this is an open forum. So pound sand.


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Because I have an opinion and this is an open forum. So pound sand.


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your opinion is meaningless, spouting off about shyt you don't have a clue about! Spitting
 
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Chicken Little, have you, actually competed at a National Event. With you physically racing against a competitor in the other lane.


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Chicken Little, have you, actually competed at a National Event. With you physically racing against a competitor in the other lane.


I'll take your silence as no. I'll make it simpler for you, insert Divisional in above statement.



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