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    Swinging in the hammock Ilikai's Avatar
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    NASCAR sighting

    Just thought I would share, while driving 270 north at the I-70 interchange, I saw Jeff Gordon's, Elliot Sadler's, and Rusty Wallace's car haulers. Looks like they were headed for KC, coming up 270 and getting in line to go I-70 westbound







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    Who was out in front? Was Rusty pulling out to pass?

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    I think it would be more exciting if they were required to race to the next event too. Of course, navigation would be difficult given all the left turns.

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    That's pretty cool!

    Pssst, Unklescott. I seriously doubt Rusty was working his way to the front.
    Did they ever say how Sadler was doing after the crash? Guess I could go check it out on my own, but it's much easier to ask.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill_in_PDX
    I think it would be more exciting if they were required to race to the next event too. Of course, navigation would be difficult given all the left turns.

    That would be cool. No qualifying, let 'em line up in the order they arrive at the track.

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    I like the idea of make them race to the track to qualify.

    reminds me of when after the sonoma race, I saw alot of the haulers outside of reno the next morning as they were making their way eastward, they put in a good nights driving to get that far after the race and packing up.

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