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Johnny Utah
May 17, 2018 at 10:50:55 AM
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Posted By: MSPN on May 17 2018 at 10:16:55 AM

I was being facetious, making fun of him.  EasyE was the lead singer of NWA, a band Karl has never heard of I'm guessing.....EasyE died of Aids a long time ago if my fading memory serves me right.....



Right you are.... 



EasyE
May 17, 2018 at 11:18:11 AM
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Posted By: MSPN on May 17 2018 at 08:29:08 AM

Easy, what kind of driver?  I toured around the country for almost a dozen years spending a lot of the time following the Outlaws, I've see sprint car races in 29 States, all across Australia and a half dozen in Canada, it was my job......



I hit alot of go-karts around the midwest.......i think that gives me more credibility than your PlayStation. They bullrings actually are harder on the PlayStation now it's all coming together. My cousin is a huge gamer he could 500 races 29 states in weekend easy.......



Murphy
May 17, 2018 at 11:18:18 AM
Joined: 05/26/2005
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Posted By: MSPN on May 17 2018 at 10:16:55 AM

I was being facetious, making fun of him.  EasyE was the lead singer of NWA, a band Karl has never heard of I'm guessing.....EasyE died of Aids a long time ago if my fading memory serves me right.....



Oh for cryin' out loud! Next you're going to tell me you're not Sammy Swindell either. What's the world coming to when you can't believe what you read on the internets?



blazer00
May 17, 2018 at 12:18:57 PM
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Posted By: EasyE on May 17 2018 at 11:18:11 AM

I hit alot of go-karts around the midwest.......i think that gives me more credibility than your PlayStation. They bullrings actually are harder on the PlayStation now it's all coming together. My cousin is a huge gamer he could 500 races 29 states in weekend easy.......



Let me take this time to correct myself......it actually smells like a HEAPING BIG PILE OF BULLSHIT! 



HoldenCaulfield
May 17, 2018 at 01:54:57 PM
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Not sure of which kind of track takes more "skill". I think it's more of a case of different style of driving - keeping it straight and keeping up your momentum on a big fast track vs. being ultra-aggressive and those elbows up on a bullring. The big fast tracks require a strong motor and bigger budget for sure which factors greatly into the equation, but I also think it's harder to go faster than it is to slow down. IMO the best compromise is tracks that are about 3/8-4/10 mile which makes those tracks perfect size for sprints. BTW I'm not the real Holden Caulfield. haha



MSPN
May 17, 2018 at 01:55:54 PM
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Hmmm, go karts vs. sprint cars, dang, talk about apples and oranges or hand grenades and sling shots....I was at all my races LIVE and they were actual Sprint Car Races, never raced anything on a computer, lol...

Son, you need a go-kart site to post on, okay?  Thanks for playin'.....



MandGRacing96
May 17, 2018 at 02:15:51 PM
Joined: 01/19/2009
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Posted By: MSPN on May 17 2018 at 01:55:54 PM

Hmmm, go karts vs. sprint cars, dang, talk about apples and oranges or hand grenades and sling shots....I was at all my races LIVE and they were actual Sprint Car Races, never raced anything on a computer, lol...

Son, you need a go-kart site to post on, okay?  Thanks for playin'.....



I remember Doug Wolfgang, saying in a interview, that big tracks were easier to drive but harder on equipment.  No offense to anyone on here, but I would tend to believe Wolfgang.  JMO



Murphy
May 17, 2018 at 03:13:14 PM
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Posted By: HoldenCaulfield on May 17 2018 at 01:54:57 PM

Not sure of which kind of track takes more "skill". I think it's more of a case of different style of driving - keeping it straight and keeping up your momentum on a big fast track vs. being ultra-aggressive and those elbows up on a bullring. The big fast tracks require a strong motor and bigger budget for sure which factors greatly into the equation, but I also think it's harder to go faster than it is to slow down. IMO the best compromise is tracks that are about 3/8-4/10 mile which makes those tracks perfect size for sprints. BTW I'm not the real Holden Caulfield. haha



Just as well; I hated your book.



EasyE
May 17, 2018 at 03:52:15 PM
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Posted By: MSPN on May 17 2018 at 01:55:54 PM

Hmmm, go karts vs. sprint cars, dang, talk about apples and oranges or hand grenades and sling shots....I was at all my races LIVE and they were actual Sprint Car Races, never raced anything on a computer, lol...

Son, you need a go-kart site to post on, okay?  Thanks for playin'.....



Go kart tracks was sarcasm



EasyE
May 17, 2018 at 03:55:22 PM
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Smaller tracks are more physically demanding but larger tracks require more skill. And setup is more prevalent on larger tracks



EasyE
May 17, 2018 at 04:04:22 PM
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Why do you think number 15 shines on larger tracks and is not so dominant on small tracks. Please don't say because he's got a better motor than everyone else because he doesn't. 



EasyE
May 17, 2018 at 04:54:01 PM
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It would be interesting to get on some of the woo drivers twitter accounts and ask them this question alot of people ask questions on there like this all the time. If I had an account I would do it maybe I'll try to figure out how to create one. Anyone got one?



blazer00
May 17, 2018 at 05:12:52 PM
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Posted By: EasyE on May 17 2018 at 04:04:22 PM

Why do you think number 15 shines on larger tracks and is not so dominant on small tracks. Please don't say because he's got a better motor than everyone else because he doesn't. 



Probably because it's easier to dominate on the larger tracks! A couple years ago Brian Brown discussed the need for him to sharpen his skills for the smaller tracks. Said he was getting his but kicked on them because it was a whole different driving style. And Brian is very good on the larger tracks. After a hell of a race on a short track  (WoO Throwback Thursday YouTube) Wolfgang (the race winner) was asked about the ability to race the short tracks. His answer was like "You're either a racer or your not when it comes to the smaller tracks......." So go figure EasyE.......As posted earlier I tend to believe Wolfgang knew then and still knows today what the hell he's talking about.





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