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Originally posted by irf3:
Should have been a rerun. Nhra failed to make the correct decision!


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If he went in far enough that his stage bulb went out momentarily then he must of rolled back just a little to make it come back on, intentionally or not and the dukes so you must stage in a forward motion so that would disqualify him in my opinion otherwise there was a glitch which should have been a rerun. That’s how I see it.
 
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They aren’t re-running anything with tv driving the schedule.



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Force,s stage lite must have been on the same time the tree was enacted ,Cruz probably left on Force's stage lite flickering, causing him to have a worse red light than Force.Two races ago,Tony was announcing and said the Force deep stages to make the track shorter,lol, had to laugh at that ,you would think he would know that the elapse time starts when the rear of the frt. tires clears the stage beam,and frt. of the frt. tires stops the clocks at the finish line beams ,or the frt. of the cars frt. end stops the clock at the finish line beams.

If a car deep stages and goes .000 rt.,and a car shallow stages and goes .000 rt. ,only difference would be frt. tire diameter,or frt. end nose length,if the FINISH beams hit frt. end ,and not the frt. tires.


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Track is shorter for the car to travel. Them timed part maybe the same but distance car travels is more. It also knocks or should say adds few hundredths to et which sounds backwards for shorter track. Just takes away running startm Biggest advantage is opponent has to figure out how he is going to platy that day which is biggest reason Force does it sometimes and sometimes he don't.

Nose does hit finish line beams. It actually scraps some while going down track built in flex that allows it to do so at speed. Less air under and better aerodynamics.




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Force,s stage lite must have been on the same time the tree was enacted ,Cruz probably left on Force's stage lite flickering, causing him to have a worse red light than Force.

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I still want to know how that would even be possible? When Force's stage light flickered it would/should have triggered the clock in his lane.



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Probably the same reason that if you leave before tree is activated you don't get a time.




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