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Gettin' the Ol' Mid-Nighters to blow the dust off
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Gettin' the Ol' Mid-Nighters to blow the dust off 2 years, 8 months ago #713

There's alot of Ol' Mid Nighters who still have their cars collecting dust in their shops out there.

What do you think would have to be done to get them to blow that dust off and come back out to the Mid-Nights?
IRONHEAD'ed 355

Re: Gettin' the Ol' Mid-Nighters to blow the dust off 2 years, 8 months ago #735

Grudge racing is back!!!!!!
No more clock racing!
If they need it, track personnel will find them a good race!

Re: Gettin' the Ol' Mid-Nighters to blow the dust 2 years, 8 months ago #740

I've been spreading the word and have pointed that out . Got a few working on them now .

If we can get everyone else to rattle the bushes and bring out some of these guys that know how to play at the Mid-Nights the doughters of the "No Clocks" will see it's the only way to fly.
IRONHEAD'ed 355
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Re: Gettin' the Ol' Mid-Nighters to blow the dust off 2 years, 8 months ago #797

Lax tech rules.

Re: Gettin' the Ol' Mid-Nighters to blow the dust off 2 years, 7 months ago #824

Robert Dick wrote:
Lax tech rules.


you are kidding RIGHT. why would you want to go down the track with a car that is not safe? you might want to hurt yourself but what about the person in the other lane???

it is really not that hard to pass tech.
2013 TRP NO/E POINTS CHAMPION

Re: Gettin' the Ol' Mid-Nighters to blow the dust off 2 years, 7 months ago #827

No lights and grudge racing means no need for nhra comp lisense or lots of other rules run whatcha brung! Got seat belts and helmet and ur good to go! How can you enforce track tech rules for grudge racing?
Melson Chassis Works
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