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Stroker_Race
October 14, 2017 at 09:15:54 PM
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Outlaws take 7 of top 10 spots, independent (Blaney 71M) takes one and posse get 2 spots in the top 10 at Port. And Schatz shows why he is the best in the world. That was a total clinic tonight by the travelers.  Posse were non factors all night.



dsc1600
October 14, 2017 at 09:18:59 PM
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To be fair, Posse would have gotten 2nd and 3rd if Zearfoss wouldn’t have run out of fuel. 

But only 6 locals made the field tonight, which is not good. 

Posse has been down all year, without Lance, it would have been much worse.



Johnny Utah
October 14, 2017 at 09:28:50 PM
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Posted By: Stroker_Race on October 14 2017 at 09:15:54 PM

Outlaws take 7 of top 10 spots, independent (Blaney 71M) takes one and posse get 2 spots in the top 10 at Port. And Schatz shows why he is the best in the world. That was a total clinic tonight by the travelers.  Posse were non factors all night.



Cool, man. The Outlaws hung in it on the Posse tonight, does that give you a hard on?

I went in the pits and have Schatz a big congrats. How can you boo the guy when he runs cleans and still beats you?



fiXXXer
October 14, 2017 at 10:06:11 PM
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Posted By: Stroker_Race on October 14 2017 at 09:15:54 PM

Outlaws take 7 of top 10 spots, independent (Blaney 71M) takes one and posse get 2 spots in the top 10 at Port. And Schatz shows why he is the best in the world. That was a total clinic tonight by the travelers.  Posse were non factors all night.



Central PA is definitely not its usual self right now. Losing Marks, Ryan Smith and the Schuchart definitely hurts but we've got a lot of young talent that will be making some noise real soon. Little Freddie is becoming more and more of a force plus kids like Matt Campbell and Anthony Macri who have shown a ton of promise. But as it sits now, our local field doesn't have near the depth that it once did. The WoO guys showed again why they're the best of the best tonight.



WingedSpeed
October 14, 2017 at 10:52:09 PM
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Posted By: Stroker_Race on October 14 2017 at 09:15:54 PM

Outlaws take 7 of top 10 spots, independent (Blaney 71M) takes one and posse get 2 spots in the top 10 at Port. And Schatz shows why he is the best in the world. That was a total clinic tonight by the travelers.  Posse were non factors all night.



Port regulars can't time trial to same their a**  Great last 2 laps by Shatz to show the 69k who's boss.  Great show!



Robm20
October 15, 2017 at 12:40:37 AM
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just my thoughts about " the port "

haven't been there in years

was really impressed with the new stands and lighting....... awesome

was a little dusty in turn 4 ( forgot my glasses in the car.....bought new ones )

really nice restrooms......... seems like someone has the customer on their minds.

seemed like a lot of consession stands food not bad

racing all over the track during the A main

thought Lance was going to steal the win with a nice move on the last re-start but Donny said NOOOO

enjoyed Donny giving a lot of credit to the facility and Lance for a great race and to the fans... seemed like a load of people there

Brock is for real ....nice job just some bad luck on the fuel load.

and finally nice job by the security people for helping to get the parking lots empty and on my way for a 2 and half hour ride home.

Thanks Port for a nice time....hope to see you again soon



cubicdollars
October 15, 2017 at 09:34:32 AM
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Hats off to Ricky Warner for the win. Hats off to the 69k Dream Team for the almost. Sucks the 3Z ran out of fuel.


 

 

 

They don't even know how to spell sprint car much less chromoly...http://www.ycmco.com


railfan33
October 15, 2017 at 10:05:35 AM
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Zemco, Coldren, Heimbach, and Rahmer (helping dad at Path Valley I guess) no shows. Hodnett, Wolfe (finished last after provisional) and Marci DNQ. When was the last time that happened? Definitely poor turnout and overall performance from the posse. Been an up and down year for sure. TT continue to be issue for the locals in the big shows.  HP disadvantage, setup or both? Kreitz mentioned on Winged Nation a few weeks back that Davey Brown thinks the 69k was down 70 HP to Brian Brown. Sure the outlaw teams are cranking out equal if not more than Brown. Shuchart, Marks going outlaw and Ryan Smith going all star doesn't help. Looking forward to next year, but car counts will continue to be an issue IMO. 



Stroker_Race
October 15, 2017 at 06:33:26 PM
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This message was edited on October 15, 2017 at 11:07:15 PM by Stroker_Race
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Posted By: cubicdollars on October 15 2017 at 09:34:32 AM

Hats off to Ricky Warner for the win. Hats off to the 69k Dream Team for the almost. Sucks the 3Z ran out of fuel.



1. I looked through the results. Didn't see Warner's name in the results anywhere.  Was he driving a modified? I didn't look at those results.

2. Schatz flat out drove away from the 69K on the final restart.  Spin it any way you want. Congratulating any posse member for a 2nd place finish has become the norm in central PA over the past years. But go ahead, tell yourself whatever you want.

3. The distance of the race was advertised to all well in advance. Lighter fuel load all along will make a car faster as they have much less weight. The trick here is having enough to go the distance. The locals obviously haven't mastered this yet.  No excuse for this. 

Wanna try again?

Posse were owned by the travelers, and that once again, is a fact.



RodinCanada
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October 15, 2017 at 07:16:16 PM
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Seems like a real nice facility from the video. 

People who race for 10G per night should be able to buy a bit more horsepower than guys running for weekly payouts. But they all have a choice on where to race and what to spend money on. Unless you are a woo. Then you get told where to race i guess. 

So that raises a question. What do they woo get paid to show up and TT compared to a weekly win purse at a PA track. Last in woo vs first in a weekly point race.



NWFAN
October 15, 2017 at 07:38:43 PM
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Posted By: RodinCanada on October 15 2017 at 07:16:16 PM

Seems like a real nice facility from the video. 

People who race for 10G per night should be able to buy a bit more horsepower than guys running for weekly payouts. But they all have a choice on where to race and what to spend money on. Unless you are a woo. Then you get told where to race i guess. 

So that raises a question. What do they woo get paid to show up and TT compared to a weekly win purse at a PA track. Last in woo vs first in a weekly point race.



sanction "fees" are paid by the promoters for the ability "to run with the woo"...


Ascot was the greatest of all time..

West Capital wasn't half bad either..

Life is good...

jz77
October 15, 2017 at 08:11:41 PM
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Posse was not all owned by all of woo.  Lance was only barely beat by only one woo.  He blew by the rest of woo like they were standing still with much less horsepower on a horsepower track.  Put equal engine in an the 69 blows the doors off Schatz and Warner.  Easy to see that it outhandled the 15 especially if they would have stayed in lapped traffic.  Still a really good run.  Take it for what it is.  You can spin that however you want but they are facts. 



blazer00
October 16, 2017 at 12:08:25 AM
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Posted By: jz77 on October 15 2017 at 08:11:41 PM

Posse was not all owned by all of woo.  Lance was only barely beat by only one woo.  He blew by the rest of woo like they were standing still with much less horsepower on a horsepower track.  Put equal engine in an the 69 blows the doors off Schatz and Warner.  Easy to see that it outhandled the 15 especially if they would have stayed in lapped traffic.  Still a really good run.  Take it for what it is.  You can spin that however you want but they are facts. 



It's also a fact that Dewease has 10 career WoO wins, and I believe 9 of those wins were at Williams Grove. Not uncommon for Lance to not fair well against the WoO outside of WG as far as wins go. He did come to the front Saturday night in relative ease. There were others that moved up nicely, also, so several teams hit the set up. Just because Donny wasn't challenged doesn't mean that he wasn't handling. And as far as the lapped traffic, once settled in I believe Schatz was driving away from Lance before the last yellow to as much as a couple tenths per lap. Nothing at all for the 69K team and Posse fans to hang their heads over!



WingedSpeed
October 16, 2017 at 06:02:03 AM
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Posted By: jz77 on October 15 2017 at 08:11:41 PM

Posse was not all owned by all of woo.  Lance was only barely beat by only one woo.  He blew by the rest of woo like they were standing still with much less horsepower on a horsepower track.  Put equal engine in an the 69 blows the doors off Schatz and Warner.  Easy to see that it outhandled the 15 especially if they would have stayed in lapped traffic.  Still a really good run.  Take it for what it is.  You can spin that however you want but they are facts. 



Well then Mr. Brown should get a dyno!



RodinCanada
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October 16, 2017 at 08:40:26 AM
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Sorry my question wasnt more clear. I meant if a platinum member in woo TT and does nothing else what might he get paid on average compared to a Winner of a weekly show that the Woo had not sanctioned like a regular weekend at WG or Port.



MSPN
October 16, 2017 at 09:01:09 AM
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Shouldn't bother, haven't said much lately, nothing much ever changes.  The Port has been an Outlaw track for a long time, heck Danny  Oklahoma ( #21) won there once and the rich kid from Cali (Brad Furr) also, ANY Outlaw can win there and these two are the proof.  Sadly I was at both those races but I struggle with some memory issues some days, today is one of them.  The Grove is now and always will be the Posse's main chance to win and it's more about the track than the driver, everybody already knows that except for the Posse cheerleaders.  Double D is good at Lincoln and everywhere, wish somebody would fund him to hit the road with the big dogs, he's not only a racer but a character and would be good for the tour....



Super Chuck
October 16, 2017 at 09:29:53 AM
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Posted By: MSPN on October 16 2017 at 09:01:09 AM

Shouldn't bother, haven't said much lately, nothing much ever changes.  The Port has been an Outlaw track for a long time, heck Danny  Oklahoma ( #21) won there once and the rich kid from Cali (Brad Furr) also, ANY Outlaw can win there and these two are the proof.  Sadly I was at both those races but I struggle with some memory issues some days, today is one of them.  The Grove is now and always will be the Posse's main chance to win and it's more about the track than the driver, everybody already knows that except for the Posse cheerleaders.  Double D is good at Lincoln and everywhere, wish somebody would fund him to hit the road with the big dogs, he's not only a racer but a character and would be good for the tour....



Super Chuck says Danny Oklahoma is Danny Wood (Norman, OK).  He won there in 2001 with Donnie Woodburn (Sherrdon Motorsports 21) in the Pepsi car.  Brad Furr won in 2002 during Super Chuck's inagural Port Royal visit.  One of the coolest drives was following that Astro minivan through the roads from The Grove to Port Royal...absolutely stunning country.  

If Super Chuck remembers right, that was the night Haud was running out of fuel late in the race which led to Furr's first WoO victory.  It was freezing cold that night, Furr saw Super Chuck huddled on top of the trailer next to his and threw him a BFR beanie.  Think of the Mean Joe Greene Coke commercial, except instead of a little kid catching a football jersey it was a grown man catching a beanie....okay, maybe it was nothing like the Coke commercial.

Super Chuck



MSPN
October 16, 2017 at 10:41:31 AM
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Haud was a machine that night wasn't he, used about every inch of the track.  A lot of drop outs, think only 2 posse Drivers finished the A, sat in the stands with the owner of an Outlaw/Posse car, had a fun night.  Getting old has my memory playing lots of tricks, some things are like yesterday, yesterday is sometimes gone, lol....

Sure is nice to seeing the Chuckmeister posting more often, easily one of the highlights of this place back in the day.  Few people could get more out of a race than this observant man, which is maybe why he had to use the third person deal, will always treasure those posts and the friendship with him and his Mrs.....

PS  Thanks for the Danny Wood answer, was there ever a more friendly driver to tour with the Big Dogs, if you didn't enjoy or respect this man you were not likely a human, yes I believe in alienas, lol....



railfan33
October 16, 2017 at 10:46:52 AM
Joined: 07/24/2010
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Posted By: MSPN on October 16 2017 at 09:01:09 AM

Shouldn't bother, haven't said much lately, nothing much ever changes.  The Port has been an Outlaw track for a long time, heck Danny  Oklahoma ( #21) won there once and the rich kid from Cali (Brad Furr) also, ANY Outlaw can win there and these two are the proof.  Sadly I was at both those races but I struggle with some memory issues some days, today is one of them.  The Grove is now and always will be the Posse's main chance to win and it's more about the track than the driver, everybody already knows that except for the Posse cheerleaders.  Double D is good at Lincoln and everywhere, wish somebody would fund him to hit the road with the big dogs, he's not only a racer but a character and would be good for the tour....



I hear you but car counts are already down in Posse country. More guys traveling is going to kill local 410 racing!! Already lost the Shark team, CJB team, Marks,Ryan Smith, Mackisons, and Tyler Esh. Highland team only running part time.Mark Smith focusing on 360s and ESS. Zemco and Coldren ??? for next year. Folks who wish for more traveling teams do so at the expense of fans who support local tracks.



beezr2002
October 16, 2017 at 10:51:26 AM
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Always like super chucks posts! Fun reading.



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