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am0ti
March 29, 2018 at 12:49:07 PM
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Chad Kemenah

Max Stambaugh

Caleb Helms

Brandon Spithaler

John Garvin

Tyler Esh

Aaron Reutzel

Ayrton Olsen

Cale Conley

Carl Bowser

Carson Macedo

Dave Blaney

Jac Haudenschild

Joey Saldana

Max Mcghee

Parker Price-Miller

Paul McMahon

Trevor Baker

Hunter Mackison

Jordan Mackison




Nickules
March 29, 2018 at 01:49:27 PM
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Wow, strongest All Star roster ever?  Maybe not "strongest ever" (maybe so), but damn close to it. 



Kingpin2014
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March 29, 2018 at 01:56:41 PM
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Holy smokes surprised to see Saldana, Macedo, and McMahon on the list. Going to be a hell of a season. They went from possibly the weakest regulars to strongest



revjimk
March 29, 2018 at 02:30:53 PM
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Including this & WoO, LOTS of traveling teams this year!



Pennsboro23
March 29, 2018 at 02:49:53 PM
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What a list. That's very impressive. 



longtimemitchfan
March 29, 2018 at 04:50:26 PM
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This is clearly the strongest feild assembled add Dale for Ohio races plus Cole Duncan and the  Ohio races should be great.

And in Pa. add Dewease ,Hodnett ,Deitrich and Wolfe plus Port regulars cant wait for the Kauffman race the first trip in for the All Stars.



Kingpin2014
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March 29, 2018 at 05:04:44 PM
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Posted By: longtimemitchfan on March 29 2018 at 04:50:26 PM

This is clearly the strongest feild assembled add Dale for Ohio races plus Cole Duncan and the  Ohio races should be great.

And in Pa. add Dewease ,Hodnett ,Deitrich and Wolfe plus Port regulars cant wait for the Kauffman race the first trip in for the All Stars.



Races in Ohio or PA it's going to be a challenge to even make the A. 



HoldenCaulfield
March 29, 2018 at 05:39:43 PM
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That is nice driver roster. Looking forward to the all-star shows this year as always.



larsonfan
March 29, 2018 at 07:03:40 PM
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You also have to think Tony Stewart will run most of the All Star races as well.



no nerf bars
March 30, 2018 at 07:29:46 AM
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Posted By: larsonfan on March 29 2018 at 07:03:40 PM

You also have to think Tony Stewart will run most of the All Star races as well.



Yes, Tony and also some strong competition not following full time but competing often with the All Stars. Ryan Smith, Dale Blaney, Lee Jacobs,......and for speedweek, Abreu, Larson, Bell, and others. I am sure there are many more I can't think of but Wow, this is a strong lineup.

I didn't see Macedo, that was one from left field and really cool too. Nice to get Saldana and PPM and McMahon. 

See you at the All Star races! 

 

 



blazer00
March 30, 2018 at 09:37:05 AM
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Looking forward to the All Star show at Jackson Motorplex! Should be a heck of a show there, too! Also anxious to see some action on the new track! Season starts pretty soon.



RodinCanada
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March 30, 2018 at 10:57:47 AM
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So here is a question for you hard core guys who live in the 410 heartlands of America.

You got a WoO show 90 miles from you and an ASCoC race 90 miles the opposite direction. Tracks compare in quality, size,price reputation. Equal prize money. Both are 1 day shows on the same night. The only variable is the sanctioning body. Which do you pick and why?



Nick14
March 30, 2018 at 01:12:25 PM
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Posted By: RodinCanada on March 30 2018 at 10:57:47 AM

So here is a question for you hard core guys who live in the 410 heartlands of America.

You got a WoO show 90 miles from you and an ASCoC race 90 miles the opposite direction. Tracks compare in quality, size,price reputation. Equal prize money. Both are 1 day shows on the same night. The only variable is the sanctioning body. Which do you pick and why?



Hard question to answer because I do not think you would ever get both of them 90-100miles away from each other and also the prize money is hardly ever equal. Most Outlaw shows are 10k to win and All Star shows are 5k to win. Typcially I would base my decision on the track as with both sanctioning bodies now, you will have your quality on the track, it just depends on the track. This year it would seem to be subjective on your tastes so you will probably get a different answer from everyone based on their like or hatred for the Outlaws. This year it seems like you cannot go wrong with whomever you would choose so its a win no matter what.

I go to shows every year for both sanctioning bodies and hardly ever leave disappointed. For your scenario though, I would probably go to the Outlaw show and that is nothing against the All Stars at all. I would just choose them because living in Ohio the amount of times I have the opportunity to seem them is limited versus the All Stars. Like I said, either way this year you cannot go wrong with either.



cubicdollars
March 30, 2018 at 01:26:46 PM
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http://www.williamsgrove.com/winnersallstar.htm

https://www.msn.com/greatest-winning-streaks-in-sports-history


 

 

 

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RodinCanada
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March 30, 2018 at 01:51:04 PM
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Haha. I scrolled thru all 22 slides looking for the sprint car winning streak and found nothing. Interesting for sure but I was really expecting Kinser to be listed somewhere...you know cause this is a spront car forum. 

111 games is remarkable.



revjimk
March 30, 2018 at 02:07:46 PM
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Posted By: Nick14 on March 30 2018 at 01:12:25 PM

Hard question to answer because I do not think you would ever get both of them 90-100miles away from each other and also the prize money is hardly ever equal. Most Outlaw shows are 10k to win and All Star shows are 5k to win. Typcially I would base my decision on the track as with both sanctioning bodies now, you will have your quality on the track, it just depends on the track. This year it would seem to be subjective on your tastes so you will probably get a different answer from everyone based on their like or hatred for the Outlaws. This year it seems like you cannot go wrong with whomever you would choose so its a win no matter what.

I go to shows every year for both sanctioning bodies and hardly ever leave disappointed. For your scenario though, I would probably go to the Outlaw show and that is nothing against the All Stars at all. I would just choose them because living in Ohio the amount of times I have the opportunity to seem them is limited versus the All Stars. Like I said, either way this year you cannot go wrong with either.



Well actually, in his scenario, they would be 180 miles apart.... sorry to be  a know it all! wink

I agree it would depend on track, but WoO would be the preference otherwise

I drive 5 hrs to see EITHER sanction in Pa......I'm about to give up on easier 1& 1/2 hr. cruise to upstate NY tracks cause its been boring follow the leader races EVERY time. I don't know much about track prep, but people tell me its because NY tracks are set up for modifieds....



larsonfan
March 30, 2018 at 02:16:16 PM
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Posted By: RodinCanada on March 30 2018 at 10:57:47 AM

So here is a question for you hard core guys who live in the 410 heartlands of America.

You got a WoO show 90 miles from you and an ASCoC race 90 miles the opposite direction. Tracks compare in quality, size,price reputation. Equal prize money. Both are 1 day shows on the same night. The only variable is the sanctioning body. Which do you pick and why?



Not even a decision to make for me - All Stars. I wouldn't walk across the street to see the Outlaws. With the list of drivers above, and the others not following the entire tour, you have probably at least 12 - 15 guys who can win on any given night. You can't say that for the Outlaws. Their format is better IMO as well. Just a far better show overall.

I'll bet before the season is over, Tim Shaffer and the 49 is back with the All Stars too.

Can't wait for next Friday at Atomic!



revjimk
March 30, 2018 at 02:24:56 PM
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Posted By: Kingpin2014 on March 29 2018 at 05:04:44 PM

Races in Ohio or PA it's going to be a challenge to even make the A. 



Good point!



Kingpin2014
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March 30, 2018 at 03:07:00 PM
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Posted By: RodinCanada on March 30 2018 at 10:57:47 AM

So here is a question for you hard core guys who live in the 410 heartlands of America.

You got a WoO show 90 miles from you and an ASCoC race 90 miles the opposite direction. Tracks compare in quality, size,price reputation. Equal prize money. Both are 1 day shows on the same night. The only variable is the sanctioning body. Which do you pick and why?



All-stars because I like their format better 



blazer00
March 30, 2018 at 03:51:54 PM
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Posted By: RodinCanada on March 30 2018 at 10:57:47 AM

So here is a question for you hard core guys who live in the 410 heartlands of America.

You got a WoO show 90 miles from you and an ASCoC race 90 miles the opposite direction. Tracks compare in quality, size,price reputation. Equal prize money. Both are 1 day shows on the same night. The only variable is the sanctioning body. Which do you pick and why?



All Stars for me because they provide a better full night of racing. All Star heats put the WoO heats to shame when it comes to the racing nearly every time. Until the WoO do something with their heat format the only reason to go to a WoO show is for the A Main. At least during the Nationals, because it isn't the WoO format, the Outlaw drivers have to drive their way to the top spots. At least there they earn what they get. The WoO format isn't indicitive of good racing, it's slanted towards their drivers.





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