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Updated expected drivers for 4-13 Blizzard


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Should be there:


1.Joey Senter

2.Steven Davis

3.Dave Mader

4.Shaun McWhirtor

5.Jeremy Pate

6.Jr Niedecken

7.Chris Davidson

8.Roger Reuse

9. Donnie Wilson

10.David Hole

11.Donald Long

12.Jason Young

13.T Wade Welch

14.Fain Skinner

15.Stanley Smith

16.Augie Grill

17.Grant Enfinger

18.Keith Thorpe

19.Ron McDonald

20.Eddie Craig

21.Ryan Crane

22.Eddie Mercer

23.Scott Carlson

24.Josh Hamner

25.Tim Martin

26. Matt Merrell

27.Bubba Pollard

28.Cecil Chunn

29.Ken McFarland

30.Justin Drawdy

31.Hunter Robbins

32.Andy Pugh

33.Jessie Reid

34.Ron Joyner

35.Casey Smith

36.Brandon Sager

37.Nathan Davis

38.Bill Little

39.Adam Crawford

40 Ryan Sieg


Good Chance:

41.Heath Hindman

42.William Wambles

43.Wes Loyd

44.Jeff Choquette

45.Billy McGhinnis




46.Allen Gordon

47.Tim Fryer

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I am just curious how many qualify for the race off time and do they have a consolation race for those who do not make it kinda like the ASA race? or how many do you'll start? just curious - with this long list of drivers obviously not everyone will make the show?

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38 cars start the race. If you'll notice, it says expected drivers. On the list of 41 "should be there" drivers, I would expect a few no shows for various reasons. Last year for the opener we had 38 cars with 36 starting the race.2 of them had issues in qualifying. I had a list of 40 "should be there" drivers for that one. I list any driver who says he "might make it" as a maybe. Usually very few of these actually show up. I expect a minimum of 35 and a very real chance of 40-42.So far on the Blizzards we haven't had to send anyone home without racing. This time could be the first! When the Snowball rolls around, those drivers are actual paid entries. 99% of them usually show up. Usually the Snowball has between 65 and 75 entries.

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Met a fellar today from Canada. I think he said he was associated with McQuarters Racing. He'd be with a SLM. Ring a bell? He was online in Canada and heard about SAS closing. I wonder if that the the 1st thing he's heard about SAS?


Had a blast in 05' by the way.

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I think it was. Hard to understand his broken English :lol: . I asked him to keep his dimes out of our coke machines. Nice fellar. Really nice rig.

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