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944 Spec Midwest at Gateway - AWESOME video!
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TOPIC: 944 Spec Midwest at Gateway - AWESOME video!

Re: 944 Spec Midwest at Gateway - AWESOME video! 5 years, 7 months ago #17610

There's quite a bit of racecraft in there. Neal (orange car) pins Dan (camera car) against the inside wall when Dan takes defensive line in the oval, and Dan moves Neal over to the edge of the track when he competes the over/under in turn 2. Gary (Martini livery) takes the opportunistic bump draft to edge Dan out at the finish. No fender banging, but those guys are pushing each other around. Really nice to watch clean, but crafty and hard racing. Watch these guys at the East Coast Nationals this year!
Eric Kuhns

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2007, & 2008 National Champion
2011, 2012 2nd
Last Edit: 5 years, 7 months ago by Sterling Doc.

Re: 944 Spec Midwest at Gateway - AWESOME video! 5 years, 7 months ago #17616

  • dpRacing Dan
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Thanks for sharing this Eric. Was definitely a fun clean race. I sure as hell didn't see that finish coming!

dp (Camera car)

Re: 944 Spec Midwest at Gateway - AWESOME video! 5 years, 7 months ago #17625

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I was lying in waiting till I saw the opportunity. hehe

Seriously, though, I was racing to keep up with you (Dan) and Neal. Right at the end, in the last couple corners of the last lap, I saw the opportunity when Neal was running a defensive line. I took the wide approach to the last turn to get the best run and it (fortunately) paid off.

As I've always said, it is better to be lucky than good.
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