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Old January 14th, 2020, 08:38 AM #21
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I race SCCA in an SRF. Although it has been a few years since I was active.

I watch F1 as often as I can. I have attended races at Watkins Glen (in the old days), Hungary (Budapest), Canada (Montreal), and Turkey last Istanbul F1 weekend). I even had breakfast with Bernie in Budapest. At least in the same room as Bernie. Also Red Bull team stays in Marriott, so have been in the hotel with the 3 times.

I will watch most any racing when I have the time.
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Long time drag racing fan/crewman been to over 100 NHRA-IHRA-PDRA-ADRL national events and many others all over the USA. Still going to many more 2020 is going to be awesome. Drag racing has the baddest, most horsepower and best sounding engines in all of racing. Nitromethane (explosive like a bomb 11,000 plus horsepower supercharged), methanol, super high octane racing gas, nitrous oxide. Supercharged, turbocharged, injected, normally aspirated. 330 plus miles per hour etc. Everybody stands up with their hats off for the national anthem (not like the pathetic disrespectful NFL). A skydiver usually jumps out of a plane with the USA flag on Sunday before eliminations start. Now that is REAL USA. Real patriotism not like the phony NFL.
Used to drag race a lot at the now defunct Capitol Raceway and York US 30, closed years ago. Now I'm into RC drag racing. Much more affordable, fun and no injuries if you crash your car. And yes, MOPARs RULE!!!
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Funny Car runs ~ 1.5s to 1.6s, (132 ft., 1/10 qtr mi), The Challenger and Superbird are brand new and as yet untested. We'll find out in the spring. Both are bracket cars and should be fairly quick. Both have simulated header flames and engine sound and Superbird has simulated NITROUS system!!!
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I race SCCA in an SRF. Although it has been a few years since I was active.

I watch F1 as often as I can. I have attended races at Watkins Glen (in the old days), Hungary (Budapest), Canada (Montreal), and Turkey last Istanbul F1 weekend). I even had breakfast with Bernie in Budapest. At least in the same room as Bernie. Also Red Bull team stays in Marriott, so have been in the hotel with the 3 times.

I will watch most any racing when I have the time.
What kind of longevity do you typically see in SRF engines? Are you rebuilding every season? The idea of sealed engine/trans is appealing to me.
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I have raced hare scrambles for 30 years and the occasional GNCC. I am a huge supercross / motocross fan also. I never miss a race on tv.
Nothing like blazing through the woods !
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I like watching the Isle of Man TT. It's an insane race.


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