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    wow 4 cars in nps bradenton

    only 4 cars and not one of them from florida, is it time think about some rule changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 71nova632 View Post
    only 4 cars and not one of them from florida, is it time think about some rule changes.
    four cars ? NMCA must be doing some thing right

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    Wow not looking good for the season opener

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    With all the heads up racing down south,Why would you build a car for a class that only comes to your part of the country once a year?
    My point is that most of the cars built to NMCA class specs are in the north and mid west.So maybe the NMCA should keep all their races further north where they have the most support.
    Back in the day the furthest south the NMCA used to go was Memphis and they had good car count. And all of the races they had north of that.
    Also a handful of cars that were at the Outlaw 632 race earlier in the year could have fit into NPS.But it looks like they stayed home.

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    In on one!...

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    There were 5 cars in Bradenton and should be 5 more in Georgia.

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    Drop Bradenton and replace it with Memphis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamHill View Post
    Drop Bradenton and replace it with Memphis.
    I back that lol
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    yes memphis....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamHill View Post
    Drop Bradenton and replace it with Memphis.

    Yes I agree 100% !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRW427SS View Post
    There were 5 cars in Bradenton and should be 5 more in Georgia.
    So 10 cars?... that is less than half in 2006 & 2007

    So a Class that has been around 15 years that can draw at best 10 cars is ....something to party about?

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    The car counts were fair last year tho right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamHill View Post
    The car counts were fair last year tho right?
    ....um no...the average was 6-7 per race.....but maybe it is considered fair now a days

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    'Reckon why NPS has all of the sudden fallen off? Used to be a big class.

    Hell, super street was the biggest of the top 5 fastest classes at Bradenton lol. And that was without us, Rice, and maybe 1 or 2 more im forgetting. Nesbit?
    pit man: S/S 2030

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamHill View Post
    'Reckon why NPS has all of the sudden fallen off? Used to be a big class.

    Hell, super street was the biggest of the top 5 fastest classes at Bradenton lol. And that was without us, Rice, and maybe 1 or 2 more im forgetting. Nesbit?
    As a spectator,The cars in Super Street look much cooler and they are more fun to watch,The NPS class has turned into Super Street cars with big UGLY hood scoops,big tires,that are slow and boring to watch.Plus very expensive purpose built engines that are now needed to compete due to all the past rule changes.
    But comparing to all the other heads up classes in fla it wasn't a bad showing.

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