Yeah, that's why we like hanging around these artifacts of vintage racing;
they do keep the race weekend in perspective.
and now Spit racer to be
At 11:36 AM 8/17/2005, David Talbott wrote:
> This one, on the other
>hand, had Damdinger written all over it, although you never know what his
>angle may be or if you'll blow your coffee all over the computer screen, as
>has happened to me on a couple of occasions. It's never dull.
>----- Original Message ----- From: <BillDentin@aol.com>
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>>You sure made your points in a well thought-out, articulate fashion. Good
>>The only part I couldn't follow was that you don't want to look at
>>Hell, Don Brick, Bob Wismer, and I are older than dirt, but to this day,
>>July and August we still assign one guy in the paddock to watch for halter
>>tops. We're old, but we ain't dead.