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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-03-2006, 03:59 PM Thread Starter
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Did anyone who went catch the numbers or owners of the gt350 which were clearly running something different (engines) then the rest of the crowd?

My buddy was there on Saturday and was shocked as to how much better the two were and the engine sounded completely differnt then the rest of the class.
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On Sunday #134 seemed really fast until he spun out. The rest seemed to run mid-pack.

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Did you get a chance to talk to him about what he was running?
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No, and I don't recall seeing the hood up on that car after the race either. Maybe he was in a foul mood after putting in a row of peas just off of turn 2.

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When we went through the paddock only one of the shelbys had its hood up. 134 was the fast car of the day until he lost it in turn 2 like Brian said. Don't quite know what he was running...

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