NEWBOMB TURK wrote:Well, yet another Knoxville SNOOZER is in the books. NO PASSING. AS USUAL, THE RACE WAS DOMINATED by OUTLAWS & TRACK REGULARS. AS I SAID IT WOULD BE. I saw better racing at Kutztown on Wednesday night, by guys most people never heard of and it was only $12.00 admission.By name I got 14 out of 25 for a 56%. I picked the winner for 100% By outlaw and track regulars I got 16 out of 25 for a 64%. Pretty good for over 100 cars, which I feel is only really about 30 to 35 cars who have a realistic shot at making the A. Out of those 35 I believe less than 10 have a realistic shot at winning. Especially with Schatz in the field. Knoxville, you can have it! SAME MOVIE YEAR AFTER YEAR.
Do not make assumptions about a race if you were not there. This was my 10th Knoxville Nationals and it was very good, entertaining, action packed, etc... Time for you to "get off the porch" and see other tracks other than what we have here in PA.
NO passing.....Hodnett from 23rd to 10th. That is 13 spots. Stewart 12th to 4th. Pittman 14th to 7th. Lasoski 8th to 2nd in the first 25 laps. Boring race.....
Internet coverage, live streaming, shows one view, not the entire track.
If less than ten of the 100+ cars have a chance to win, then why do those "extra" cars even enter? Your arguments make no sense. I guess you will miss the National Open this year because Schatz is entered? Save your $$$$$ and stay home.
The place is just incredible. Best dirt track by far in the USA.