It was an awesome experience for me. It is the first time I get to go to an event like this. I was in Iraq for over 2 years and I always missed the event for military training. But here are some pictures. Let me tell you that most of this cars are worth more than my house. And there was an unfurtunate accident but the guy walked away. Sadly....the car will not make it.
Yea, Enzo's car got pretty screwed up. He's lucky he was OK. The DR racer I was down there with had a BS3 box go haywire, so we did no racing, but we got to watch alot And I had a good time in true street, ended up running the fastest pass my car has run so far
I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them. -
Thanks, my new camera is great. There were 2 more coupes with black rims but they had weld draglites. They look pretty cool. I was surprized with Manny's new car and paint. But in my opinion the baddest car out there is Murrillo's Coupe. It is something different when you see it up close. And he is a real nice simple guy.
The track was splippery. A lot of cars were loosing traction down track.
Hope some of you guys go to one of this events. It is a real experience.
I'm driving the 450 mi. to Joliet in July primarily to see Murillo's "Star Car II", I gotta meet that guy - the new Star Car is the meanest Fox I've ever seen. Incredible trunk mounted turbos -- we shall see how he does as the season progresses, too bad about the track at Bradenton.