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  • taz1458
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    Originally posted by BroncosFanInPA View Post
    I'm done with this whole deal & not even going to comment on how i feel about the whole thing, nor is it even really worth a response IMO.

    i am however getting super pumped for the big 4th of july race at our track (peanut should come)

    https://speedsport.com/stock-cars/to...7Mi7bHGU-NXHKE

    https://carsracingtour.com/cars-tour...n-freedom-300/

    CARS TOUR AND CRA MEET AT JENNERSTOWN FOR THE $20,000-TO-WIN THOMAS AUTOMOTIVE AMERICAN FREEDOM 300
    by James Pike | posted in: News | 0
    MOORESVILLE, N.C. (June 18, 2020) – The Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour and the Champion Racing Association (CRA) will make their inaugural visits to the Jennerstown Speedway Complex on Independence Day weekend for the Thomas Automotive American Freedom 300.

    The two sanctioning bodies have joined forces for a doubleheader at Jennerstown on July 4. The Super Late Models of the Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour and the ARCA/CRA Super Series will compete in a $20,000-to-win, 200-lap race, while the JEGS/CRA All Star Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance will contest a 100-lap Pro Late Model race. An Independence Day fireworks show will complete the evening’s doubleheader.

    CARS Tour series owner Jack McNelly, who grew up in nearby Cross Creek, Pennsylvania, believes that the Thomas Automotive American Freedom 300 will introduce drivers from around the country to Jennerstown and introduce the fans of Central Pennsylvania to some of the best asphalt drivers in the country.

    “This will be a track that a majority of the field has never raced at,” said McNelly. “You have drivers like Brian Campbell, Josh Brock, and Kyle Crump from the CRA, and then Matt Craig, Trevor Noles, and Sammy Smith from the CARS Tour.

    “There are also drivers from the Deep South like Bubba Pollard, Stephen Nasse, and Chris Davidson entered. You’re going to have a star-studded field at a neutral track that few have any experience on,” explained an excited McNelly.

    The $20,000-to-win, 200-lap Super Late Model race will feature controlled cautions, which will allow teams to change tires, take fuel, and make adjustments to their cars. Those competitors that choose to pit will only lose positions to drivers who do not come down pit road. Teams will be allowed to either change tires or take fuel, but may not do both on the same controlled caution.

    The 100-lap Pro Late Model event for the JEGS/CRA All Star Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance will be a standard format event without necessary pit stops.

    “The controlled cautions will add an element of strategy into the race. Teams will have to pick the right time to change tires and fill up with enough fuel to go the distance,” said McNelly. “Even though we’ll have a firework show after the event, I think there will be some fireworks on-track as well.”

    Tickets for the inaugural Thomas Automotive American Freedom 300 are $20 in advance and $25 the day of the event for adults 13 years of age and older. Fans 12 and under are free with a paid adult. Gates open at 4:30 p.m. on July 4. Tickets can be purchased in advance online at www.carsracingtour.com.

    gonna be awesome!!
    You need to get to a real track man......with some dirt on it.

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  • Peanut
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    Originally posted by BroncosFanInPA View Post
    I'm done with this whole deal & not even going to comment on how i feel about the whole thing, nor is it even really worth a response IMO.

    i am however getting super pumped for the big 4th of july race at our track (peanut should come)

    https://speedsport.com/stock-cars/to...7Mi7bHGU-NXHKE

    https://carsracingtour.com/cars-tour...n-freedom-300/

    CARS TOUR AND CRA MEET AT JENNERSTOWN FOR THE $20,000-TO-WIN THOMAS AUTOMOTIVE AMERICAN FREEDOM 300
    by James Pike | posted in: News | 0
    MOORESVILLE, N.C. (June 18, 2020) – The Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour and the Champion Racing Association (CRA) will make their inaugural visits to the Jennerstown Speedway Complex on Independence Day weekend for the Thomas Automotive American Freedom 300.

    The two sanctioning bodies have joined forces for a doubleheader at Jennerstown on July 4. The Super Late Models of the Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour and the ARCA/CRA Super Series will compete in a $20,000-to-win, 200-lap race, while the JEGS/CRA All Star Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance will contest a 100-lap Pro Late Model race. An Independence Day fireworks show will complete the evening’s doubleheader.

    CARS Tour series owner Jack McNelly, who grew up in nearby Cross Creek, Pennsylvania, believes that the Thomas Automotive American Freedom 300 will introduce drivers from around the country to Jennerstown and introduce the fans of Central Pennsylvania to some of the best asphalt drivers in the country.

    “This will be a track that a majority of the field has never raced at,” said McNelly. “You have drivers like Brian Campbell, Josh Brock, and Kyle Crump from the CRA, and then Matt Craig, Trevor Noles, and Sammy Smith from the CARS Tour.

    “There are also drivers from the Deep South like Bubba Pollard, Stephen Nasse, and Chris Davidson entered. You’re going to have a star-studded field at a neutral track that few have any experience on,” explained an excited McNelly.

    The $20,000-to-win, 200-lap Super Late Model race will feature controlled cautions, which will allow teams to change tires, take fuel, and make adjustments to their cars. Those competitors that choose to pit will only lose positions to drivers who do not come down pit road. Teams will be allowed to either change tires or take fuel, but may not do both on the same controlled caution.

    The 100-lap Pro Late Model event for the JEGS/CRA All Star Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance will be a standard format event without necessary pit stops.

    “The controlled cautions will add an element of strategy into the race. Teams will have to pick the right time to change tires and fill up with enough fuel to go the distance,” said McNelly. “Even though we’ll have a firework show after the event, I think there will be some fireworks on-track as well.”

    Tickets for the inaugural Thomas Automotive American Freedom 300 are $20 in advance and $25 the day of the event for adults 13 years of age and older. Fans 12 and under are free with a paid adult. Gates open at 4:30 p.m. on July 4. Tickets can be purchased in advance online at www.carsracingtour.com.

    gonna be awesome!!
    Wish I could, but I'm still isolating. I have certain health issues and don't want to take unnecessary risks. I know you'll have a great time. Hopefully you'll share some pictures with us.

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  • samparnell
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    Originally posted by AZ Snake Fan View Post
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    I had a funny feeling that Can would be popping into the NASCAR thread again

    btw fyi:



    NASCAR statement on FBI investigation at Talladega Superspeedway

    Official NASCAR Release
    NASCAR.com
    June 23, 2020 at 5:32 PM

    https://www.nascar.com/news-media/20...superspeedway/



    FBI concludes no federal hate crime targeting Wallace committed at Talladega
    By Zack Albert
    NASCAR.com
    June 23, 2020 at 7:31 PM

    https://www.nascar.com/news-media/20...investigation/


    Photos:
    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1...890052609.html

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    http://www.cbssports.com/nascar/news...e-at-talladega

    http://www.espn.com/racing/nascar/st...ncern-was-real
    Last edited by samparnell; 06-26-2020, 04:02 PM.

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  • BroncosFanInPA
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    Originally posted by AZ Snake Fan View Post
    .





    I had a funny feeling that Can would be popping into the NASCAR thread again

    btw fyi:



    NASCAR statement on FBI investigation at Talladega Superspeedway

    Official NASCAR Release
    NASCAR.com
    June 23, 2020 at 5:32 PM

    https://www.nascar.com/news-media/20...superspeedway/



    FBI concludes no federal hate crime targeting Wallace committed at Talladega
    By Zack Albert
    NASCAR.com
    June 23, 2020 at 7:31 PM

    https://www.nascar.com/news-media/20...investigation/


    Photos:
    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1...890052609.html

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    I'm done with this whole deal & not even going to comment on how i feel about the whole thing, nor is it even really worth a response IMO.

    i am however getting super pumped for the big 4th of july race at our track (peanut should come)

    https://speedsport.com/stock-cars/to...7Mi7bHGU-NXHKE

    https://carsracingtour.com/cars-tour...n-freedom-300/

    CARS TOUR AND CRA MEET AT JENNERSTOWN FOR THE $20,000-TO-WIN THOMAS AUTOMOTIVE AMERICAN FREEDOM 300
    by James Pike | posted in: News | 0
    MOORESVILLE, N.C. (June 18, 2020) – The Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour and the Champion Racing Association (CRA) will make their inaugural visits to the Jennerstown Speedway Complex on Independence Day weekend for the Thomas Automotive American Freedom 300.

    The two sanctioning bodies have joined forces for a doubleheader at Jennerstown on July 4. The Super Late Models of the Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour and the ARCA/CRA Super Series will compete in a $20,000-to-win, 200-lap race, while the JEGS/CRA All Star Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance will contest a 100-lap Pro Late Model race. An Independence Day fireworks show will complete the evening’s doubleheader.

    CARS Tour series owner Jack McNelly, who grew up in nearby Cross Creek, Pennsylvania, believes that the Thomas Automotive American Freedom 300 will introduce drivers from around the country to Jennerstown and introduce the fans of Central Pennsylvania to some of the best asphalt drivers in the country.

    “This will be a track that a majority of the field has never raced at,” said McNelly. “You have drivers like Brian Campbell, Josh Brock, and Kyle Crump from the CRA, and then Matt Craig, Trevor Noles, and Sammy Smith from the CARS Tour.

    “There are also drivers from the Deep South like Bubba Pollard, Stephen Nasse, and Chris Davidson entered. You’re going to have a star-studded field at a neutral track that few have any experience on,” explained an excited McNelly.

    The $20,000-to-win, 200-lap Super Late Model race will feature controlled cautions, which will allow teams to change tires, take fuel, and make adjustments to their cars. Those competitors that choose to pit will only lose positions to drivers who do not come down pit road. Teams will be allowed to either change tires or take fuel, but may not do both on the same controlled caution.

    The 100-lap Pro Late Model event for the JEGS/CRA All Star Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance will be a standard format event without necessary pit stops.

    “The controlled cautions will add an element of strategy into the race. Teams will have to pick the right time to change tires and fill up with enough fuel to go the distance,” said McNelly. “Even though we’ll have a firework show after the event, I think there will be some fireworks on-track as well.”

    Tickets for the inaugural Thomas Automotive American Freedom 300 are $20 in advance and $25 the day of the event for adults 13 years of age and older. Fans 12 and under are free with a paid adult. Gates open at 4:30 p.m. on July 4. Tickets can be purchased in advance online at www.carsracingtour.com.

    gonna be awesome!!

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by AZ Snake Fan View Post
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    I had a funny feeling that Can would be popping into the NASCAR thread again

    btw fyi:



    NASCAR statement on FBI investigation at Talladega Superspeedway

    Official NASCAR Release
    NASCAR.com
    June 23, 2020 at 5:32 PM

    https://www.nascar.com/news-media/20...superspeedway/



    FBI concludes no federal hate crime targeting Wallace committed at Talladega
    By Zack Albert
    NASCAR.com
    June 23, 2020 at 7:31 PM

    https://www.nascar.com/news-media/20...investigation/


    Photos:
    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1...890052609.html

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    You know me....always got an opinion...often with no real knowledge!!!

    This investigation is unfortunate in that, they should not have gone public with it, without knowing the facts. It will not help Wallace. And it takes away from that very supportive gesture on the part of his fellow drivers. Though I believe they still support him. Just adds fuel to those who are against.

    I'll leave it there.

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  • AZ Snake Fan
    replied
    .





    I had a funny feeling that Can would be popping into the NASCAR thread again

    btw fyi:



    NASCAR statement on FBI investigation at Talladega Superspeedway

    Official NASCAR Release
    NASCAR.com
    June 23, 2020 at 5:32 PM

    https://www.nascar.com/news-media/20...superspeedway/



    FBI concludes no federal hate crime targeting Wallace committed at Talladega
    By Zack Albert
    NASCAR.com
    June 23, 2020 at 7:31 PM

    https://www.nascar.com/news-media/20...investigation/


    Photos:
    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1...890052609.html

    .

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by Freyaka View Post
    I wish the racing would be that exciting every week. I really wanna watch and cheer bubba on, but it's gotten so boring for the last 5-10 years.
    I hope he wins a race.

    It's not my sport, but I respect the skills of the drivers, and their crews. I don't even know how they can drive so fast, and so close together. Mind you, we got a taste of it from the cab drivers in Italy!!!!!!!!!

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  • Freyaka
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    That was quite a display of support for Bubba Wallace. Looks like a family.
    I wish the racing would be that exciting every week. I really wanna watch and cheer bubba on, but it's gotten so boring for the last 5-10 years.

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  • CanDB
    replied
    That was quite a display of support for Bubba Wallace. Looks like a family.

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  • Peanut
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    Originally posted by BroncosFanInPA View Post
    Ok Peanut & AZ my racing buds, curious if either of you recall the name Cale Gale?

    He is a former Nascar driver that ran a handful of races in xfinity series in the mid 2000's & then some races in the truck series between 2007 & 2017, he drove for kevin harvick & scored one career win in the trucks in 2012 at homestead.

    Anyway the reason i bring him up is because he was out at our jennerstown speedway & he ran in the top division super late models & let me tell you he flat out put a beating on all the locals...he won the race by nearly half a lap on 2nd place & had lapped up to 8th out of the 16 car field.

    not sure if he plans on running anymore races here but if he does & runs like that then he will have the locals a little bitter

    just thought i would share that with you guys.
    I remember the name. Maybe he just got lucky? If he comes back and a local wins, it should make the local feel good.

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  • taz1458
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    Originally posted by BroncosFanInPA View Post
    Ok Peanut & AZ my racing buds, curious if either of you recall the name Cale Gale?

    He is a former Nascar driver that ran a handful of races in xfinity series in the mid 2000's & then some races in the truck series between 2007 & 2017, he drove for kevin harvick & scored one career win in the trucks in 2012 at homestead.

    Anyway the reason i bring him up is because he was out at our jennerstown speedway & he ran in the top division super late models & let me tell you he flat out put a beating on all the locals...he won the race by nearly half a lap on 2nd place & had lapped up to 8th out of the 16 car field.

    not sure if he plans on running anymore races here but if he does & runs like that then he will have the locals a little bitter

    just thought i would share that with you guys.
    I'm pretty sure he was with RCR for a while in the 33 in Busch wasn't he?

    I'm so happy PA finally said screw it and opened up. Up to 9 races now(I was at 24 at this point last year.) I just wish the track I work at(Stateline in NY) would open up. Thankfully it looks like we are having practice this weekend, so it's a start. I really hope Lernerville still has the Firecracker. That's my one go-to for the entire year that literally all of my friend and family go as well, and we consume several Adult Beverages

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  • BroncosFanInPA
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    Ok Peanut & AZ my racing buds, curious if either of you recall the name Cale Gale?

    He is a former Nascar driver that ran a handful of races in xfinity series in the mid 2000's & then some races in the truck series between 2007 & 2017, he drove for kevin harvick & scored one career win in the trucks in 2012 at homestead.

    Anyway the reason i bring him up is because he was out at our jennerstown speedway & he ran in the top division super late models & let me tell you he flat out put a beating on all the locals...he won the race by nearly half a lap on 2nd place & had lapped up to 8th out of the 16 car field.

    not sure if he plans on running anymore races here but if he does & runs like that then he will have the locals a little bitter

    just thought i would share that with you guys.

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  • BroncosFanInPA
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    https://www.facebook.com/CARSTour/vi...7455124213613/

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  • Peanut
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    Have fun, PA! And be safe.

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  • BroncosFanInPA
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    can't wait for saturday night...

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