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About Radical

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  • Birthday 08/26/1956

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    Corpus Christi

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  1. Mark Chrudimsky photo

    I recall him racing at Corpus Christi Speedway. He seemed to be giving Greg Carlucci Sr. a hard time. I was amazed he was that young then.
  2. 1986 GMC Sierra 2500

    You're right. That is a nice truck for sure. I never thought about a pressure relief valve. As always, you make sense.
  3. 1986 GMC Sierra 2500

    What's the mileage? Is the bullet hole extra?
  4. merry

    Merry Christmas to you as well old timer.
  5. I like your plans. Sounds like you've thought about this for a long time.
  6. Sad, sad, sad day. I think Nick needs to buy from the new owners and open it back up.
  7. Ryan Luza Wins @ New Smyrna

    Man. oh man!!!! I sure miss watching asphalt late model racing!!!
  8. time

    Ain't that the truth?
  9. Looks like this could get someone started real quick. Don't understand why it's not sold yet.
  10. Dibenendetto at Talladega

    I agree 100%. I feel a driver should miss no more than 2 races to remain in the hunt.
  11. Dibenendetto at Talladega

    If Hamlin was "forced" below the line he can keep his position. If you try to pass a car below the line you have to give the spot back. If you force a car below the line you will be penalized. This was the first time I can recall NASCAR enforcing that one.
  12. BRISTOL

    Haven't they already ran races on dirt there? I know maybe not Cup cars but I'm sure other type racing. They have to know all the good and bad about putting dirt down. Sounds like they feel it's worth it.
  13. HiTech knows everybody from wayyyyyy back. Seems he would be the most likely to be the one to remember this person or car.
  14. darn

    All went well here. Just lost of bunch of leaves off the tree. Nothing else except for losing power for about 15 1/2 hours. I was watching television about 8:00 Saturday night thinking we came through it ok when bam!! No power. It got hot quick in this house. I was able to open a window on the back door and a window in a spare bedroom on the other side of the house and got a nice breeze coming through. It got so cool I had to go under the covers. It's got me thinking pretty seriously about getting a standby generator. I have a small portable but nothing big enough to keep us cool.
  15. darn

    I agree. Alan is the best there is. I appreciate the way he explains the weather so us laymen can understand what is happening. Charlie St. John was one of the best as well.
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