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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-02-2008, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
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Odd seeing such slow, insipid, poor driving on the Circuit de Gilles Villeneuve. Nobody seems to have been even a little bit close to the Wall of Champions exiting the chicane before start/finish...
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Wow, they're gonna bust out full wets for the NNS race in Montreal. This just got interesting.

Jack Arute just said the Goodyear rain tires were manufactured in 2001....anyone else wanna go racing in the wet on 7 year old tires?
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I did not know they had wiper motors on the NNS cars. I now wonder about the Cup cars?
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Cup is probably still too full of pussies to try it, which is a shame, because the wet definitely highlighted who the drivers were and who the poseurs were.

I like Jacques climbing out of his trashed car, saying "It's fine if you can get the water off your windshield", and everyone else whining like bitches about how "dangerous" it was, and how "driver safety should come first". Bunch of cunts.
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