I could not agree with you more. I think Frank, Bill and everyone that is involved has done a great job so far. I did compete in the first race at Kentucky and will be at Bristol and Kentucky this year and none of it would be possible with out them giving all of us short track racers an oppertunity of a life time.Thanks Frank,Bill and everyone involved Billy Ammons
See thats attitude that keeps you in the back, and I have no problem telling you who I am. At least this way you will know who is lapping you. takes alot more than a mouth and a motor to run, but since you finished outside the top five then i guess you havent figured that out yet, see you in april...if you have the balls to show up.Beau Hendrich
Hey dude I dont know who you think you are and really dont care, I was just thanking those guys for giving me a chance. Yes I did finish 22nd last year in Kentucky but only because we had carburator problems. I cannot believe how people get on these forums and speak badly to people they dont even know. I will be a Bristol,Kentucky and were ever Frank has a race, the bottom line is they make the rules if you dont like them stay at home!!!(That is all I am going to say about this)Good luck and may god bless you,Billy Ammons
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GET EM BILLY! IT WAS GOOD TO SEE YALL AGAIN. THE 3 IS LOOKING GOOD.
Thanks, I really appreciate that. We all had a blast, to say the least, it was AWESOME!!! See Yall in Kentucky,Billy Ammons
Beau,I've been around racing all my life. I've driven, owned, and built race cars of all types. I have been a race official including being a NASCAR Race Director for over 5 years. I still work in NASCAR today. I've never seen an attitude as cocky as yours. I was at Bristol and what I saw was a group of racers who worked together. Numerous times drivers and crew members came to our trailer needing something, from the use of a drill to a small bolt and none of them were turned away empty handed. We made some great friends there that I'm sure if we need a helping hand in Kentucky, we could go to them and get it.What you are doing is painting a target on your back but you are too stupid to know that. What happens if you need something and no one will help you out? Listen, you may be a good driver, you may have a 10,000 car, but you didn't do it all by yourself. I just hope you need the help of another team at the next race. I want to follow you around the pits and watch the doors slam in your face. If you *** on people long enough, it won't be long before they start throwing it back. Let your driving do the talking and stop being such an ass on this forum. These racers appreciate the break Frank is giving them. Let them say what they want without your negative comments. YOU are the type of guy who is hurting this sport.James Joneshttp://www.j3-racing.com
that's pretty awesome! yo jjones, where do you usually race? are you considering yourself a street racer? what car are you driving?_______________New Autopartswarehouse blog
I totally agreed with u
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The [procedure in the owner's] manual [for preparing the motor for lay-up] says add stabilizer to fuel and run for 10 minutes. Then, remove plugs and squirt oil into cylinders. Replace plugs. Change engine and gearcase oil, and you're done.Is this really all we have to do?i would also like to recommend Generic Viagra for people like myself that have intimacy issues
I know that the best around come out to play (so to speak) for these races. But you speak like there is not anyone capable enough to race these races except maybe you.I would also like to recommend Generic Viagra for people like myself that have intimacy issues.