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Charlotte - 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race

#42
It doesn't, if you look closely or even if you just take a gander, you will see Downfarce was quoting some guy with the initials IR. :unsure: who could that be?
Riff Raff, Whether Downfarce quoted winning or not to post his DISCO Hot Chocolate Winner tune...(n)I still :eek:Dis-Like DISCO! Always have and always will,:p;)"I like that Old School Rock and Roll, that kind of Music that soothes your soul",,,now that is a quote.(y):cool:
STIRRIN' THE POT!! As you can see, I'm bored too!!:coffee::coffee::p:p
;)You can leave that pot unattended to burn:devilish::p we all get bored.:sleep::whistle:
 
#43
I call him, Wrecky Outhouse or Ricky Stankhouse. Get it right, pal! :LOL: I like a lot of of drivers...... when I start em on race days that is. Other days not so much. :cool:
Lug Nuts, :oops:that is why I did not QOUTE YOU;) on that :rolleyes:Wrecky Wreck house name...:p
I knew it was Something :unsure:silly like that. Wreckhouse, Outhouse, Stankhouse, Henhouse...:poop:it does not matter. :unsure:Yes you :love:love to :unsure:hate(n) on all those drivers you do not use, o_Ountil you use them;)then you :love:love them...but only :unsure:if they Drive and Finish good:D I am sure.(y);)
:unsure:I guess we all :love:love when they finish well(y) and hate:mad: when they waste are pick on them:poop:(n)

:unsure:We need to make a list of all your silly little nicknames...it is like you have your own:geek: slang language for NASCAR, drivers, tracks, ETC.(y)
o_O It is hard to keep track of them all.;)
 
#44

All-Star Race Format Announced By Press Release April 17, 2019 at 6:43 PM

Race fans looking for a glimpse into the future need look no further than this year’s Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race. As demonstrated throughout its illustrious history, NASCAR’s annual all-star spectacular will again provide the platform for the world’s greatest stock car drivers to compete for $1 million dollars, while race teams will get a real-world experience with technical components that could be implemented in the next generation car.

The next step in the all-star evolution was unveiled today.

NASCAR and Charlotte Motor Speedway announced the format and technical specifications for the 2019 edition, a race that will feature some tried and true measures, as well as a potential glimpse into the Gen-7 future.

“Throughout its history, the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race has provided a platform to try new and innovative ideas, some of which we have incorporated on a full-time basis,” said Steve O’Donnell, NASCAR executive vice president and chief racing development officer. “Last year’s all-star rules package resulted in one of the most exciting all-star races in history. With a similar package, and added elements that we could see in the next generation race car, we expect another must-watch event.”

“This will be the 35th running of the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race, and while it’s known for memorable moments, this race has established a place in history for testing what’s best for the future,” said Marcus Smith, president and CEO of Speedway Motorsports Inc. “THIS is the proving ground. Fans can always look back and see that night racing, stage racing and double-file restarts started in the All-Star Race. And last year’s rules package produced the most three- and four-wide racing I’ve ever seen at Charlotte. This year may provide a peek into the crystal ball for the Gen-7 car, so once again, fans can expect the unexpected.”

The race will again have four stages, with a five lap increase in the final stage compared to last year’s race. The stages will last 30 laps, 20 laps, 20 laps and 15 laps. Both green flag and yellow flag laps will count in Stages 1-3; with only green flag laps counting in the Final Stage. NASCAR Overtime rules will be in effect for Stages 1-3. In the final stage, if the race is restarted with two or less laps remaining, there will be unlimited attempts at a green, white, checkered finish under green flag conditions.

For the 2019 edition, the race cars will feature two keys technical elements that NASCAR may incorporate into the Gen-7 car slated to debut in 2021.

The first is single-piece carbon fiber splitter/pan that should offer dramatic improvements in ride height sensitivity for the drivers. This technical component will provide a more stable aero platform and create more consistent performance in traffic. Also, the car will be configured with a radiator duct which exits through the hood as opposed to the current design which exits into the engine compartment. This feature will create improved aerodynamic parity and, at the same time, reduce engine temperatures.

The Monster Energy Open will occur Saturday evening prior to the Monster Energy All-Star Race and will include three segments (20 laps / 20 Laps / 10 laps). The winner of each segment will earn a spot in the All-Star Race.

Those eligible for the Monster Energy All-Star Race include: drivers who won a points event in either 2018 or 2019; drivers who won a Monster Energy All-Star Race and compete full-time; and drivers who won a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship and compete fulltime. Those who have not already earned a spot via the above criteria can still lock-in by winning a stage in the Monster Energy Open or by winning the Fan Vote. Polls for the fan vote are open now on NASCAR.com.

Drivers who have already clinch an All-Star Race spot: Aric Almirola, Ryan Blaney, Clint Bowyer, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Austin Dillon, Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson, Erik Jones, Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, Ryan Newman and Martin Truex Jr.

Coverage of the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race will begin on May 18 at 5 p.m. ET on FS1. The Monster Energy Open will air at 6 p.m. and the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race begins at 8 p.m. on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

Weekend passes for the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race start at just $79 per person and also include admission to the May 17 N.C. Education Lottery 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, May 17 Monster Energy All-Star Race qualifying, May 18 AJR pre-race concert, May 18 Monster Energy Open and the May 18 Hairball post-race concert presented by Monster Energy. Kids ages 13 and under get in free to all activities on May 17 and for just $10 with adult purchase on May 18. Tickets, camping and race-day upgrades are available by calling 1-800-455-FANS or visiting CharlotteMotorSpeedway.com.

 
#45
This is not NASCAR related but is pretty cool stuff.

MY Wife's (Lady Racer)... Cousin Rick Johnson(or Ricki) is going to be Military edition FORGED IN FIRE -Branch Battle Marines...on 5/15/19 this Wednsday Night at 9:00pm eastern time zone. I think he is SheepDog Smithing or something like that.

He was a Marine and is currently a Florida Police Officer-Beach Patrol(bikini watching Patrol;)) Everyone watch if you want , some may watch this series already, my son and I do...as that wone guy Doug Micarta(something like that) says..."It Will Kill"
Just thought this was pretty cool and wanted to share with you all, Thanks.
I do not know how he finishes/does but we shall see this evening on Forged In Fire...Marines at 9:00pm ET TONIGHT
He does have a website with all his knives he made that he sells at gun/weapons shows and other events, it let's you know what he is working on, inventing for production and what materials he is going to use and how to produce his Knives that he makes himself.
 

Downfarce

Well-known member
#46
I do not know how he finishes/does but we shall see this evening on Forged In Fire...Marines at 9:00pm ET TONIGHT
He does have a website with all his knives he made that he sells at gun/weapons shows and other events, it let's you know what he is working on, inventing for production and what materials he is going to use and how to produce his Knives that he makes himself.
Thanks for the reminder(y)already have DVR set in case I do miss it(y)(y):):)
 

Downfarce

Well-known member
#47
Lug Nuts, :oops:that is why I did not QOUTE YOU;) on that :rolleyes:Wrecky Wreck house name...:p
I knew it was Something :unsure:silly like that. Wreckhouse, Outhouse, Stankhouse, Henhouse...:poop:it does not matter. :unsure:Yes you :love:love to :unsure:hate(n) on all those drivers you do not use, o_Ountil you use them;)then you :love:love them...but only :unsure:if they Drive and Finish good:D I am sure.(y);)
:unsure:I guess we all :love:love when they finish well(y) and hate:mad: when they waste are pick on them:poop:(n)

:unsure:We need to make a list of all your silly little nicknames...it is like you have your own:geek: slang language for NASCAR, drivers, tracks, ETC.(y)
o_O It is hard to keep track of them all.;)

Get that list started:LOL::LOL:
 

Marlar

Well-known member
#50
I do not know how he finishes/does but we shall see this evening on Forged In Fire...Marines at 9:00pm ET TONIGHT
He does have a website with all his knives he made that he sells at gun/weapons shows and other events, it let's you know what he is working on, inventing for production and what materials he is going to use and how to produce his Knives that he makes himself.
Is it Valerian steel?
 

Marlar

Well-known member
#51
I do not know how he finishes/does but we shall see this evening on Forged In Fire...Marines at 9:00pm ET TONIGHT
He does have a website with all his knives he made that he sells at gun/weapons shows and other events, it let's you know what he is working on, inventing for production and what materials he is going to use and how to produce his Knives that he makes himself.
Is it Valerian steel?
Sorry, Game of Thrones jab.

It would be interesting to see what materials he uses to make a knife that holds it's edge.
 

ZL1 Motorsports

Well-known member
#52

All-Star Race Format Announced By Press Release April 17, 2019 at 6:43 PM

Race fans looking for a glimpse into the future need look no further than this year’s Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race. As demonstrated throughout its illustrious history, NASCAR’s annual all-star spectacular will again provide the platform for the world’s greatest stock car drivers to compete for $1 million dollars, while race teams will get a real-world experience with technical components that could be implemented in the next generation car.

The next step in the all-star evolution was unveiled today.

NASCAR and Charlotte Motor Speedway announced the format and technical specifications for the 2019 edition, a race that will feature some tried and true measures, as well as a potential glimpse into the Gen-7 future.

“Throughout its history, the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race has provided a platform to try new and innovative ideas, some of which we have incorporated on a full-time basis,” said Steve O’Donnell, NASCAR executive vice president and chief racing development officer. “Last year’s all-star rules package resulted in one of the most exciting all-star races in history. With a similar package, and added elements that we could see in the next generation race car, we expect another must-watch event.”

“This will be the 35th running of the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race, and while it’s known for memorable moments, this race has established a place in history for testing what’s best for the future,” said Marcus Smith, president and CEO of Speedway Motorsports Inc. “THIS is the proving ground. Fans can always look back and see that night racing, stage racing and double-file restarts started in the All-Star Race. And last year’s rules package produced the most three- and four-wide racing I’ve ever seen at Charlotte. This year may provide a peek into the crystal ball for the Gen-7 car, so once again, fans can expect the unexpected.”

The race will again have four stages, with a five lap increase in the final stage compared to last year’s race. The stages will last 30 laps, 20 laps, 20 laps and 15 laps. Both green flag and yellow flag laps will count in Stages 1-3; with only green flag laps counting in the Final Stage. NASCAR Overtime rules will be in effect for Stages 1-3. In the final stage, if the race is restarted with two or less laps remaining, there will be unlimited attempts at a green, white, checkered finish under green flag conditions.

For the 2019 edition, the race cars will feature two keys technical elements that NASCAR may incorporate into the Gen-7 car slated to debut in 2021.

The first is single-piece carbon fiber splitter/pan that should offer dramatic improvements in ride height sensitivity for the drivers. This technical component will provide a more stable aero platform and create more consistent performance in traffic. Also, the car will be configured with a radiator duct which exits through the hood as opposed to the current design which exits into the engine compartment. This feature will create improved aerodynamic parity and, at the same time, reduce engine temperatures.

The Monster Energy Open will occur Saturday evening prior to the Monster Energy All-Star Race and will include three segments (20 laps / 20 Laps / 10 laps). The winner of each segment will earn a spot in the All-Star Race.

Those eligible for the Monster Energy All-Star Race include: drivers who won a points event in either 2018 or 2019; drivers who won a Monster Energy All-Star Race and compete full-time; and drivers who won a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship and compete fulltime. Those who have not already earned a spot via the above criteria can still lock-in by winning a stage in the Monster Energy Open or by winning the Fan Vote. Polls for the fan vote are open now on NASCAR.com.

Drivers who have already clinch an All-Star Race spot: Aric Almirola, Ryan Blaney, Clint Bowyer, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Austin Dillon, Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson, Erik Jones, Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, Ryan Newman and Martin Truex Jr.

Coverage of the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race will begin on May 18 at 5 p.m. ET on FS1. The Monster Energy Open will air at 6 p.m. and the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race begins at 8 p.m. on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

Weekend passes for the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race start at just $79 per person and also include admission to the May 17 N.C. Education Lottery 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, May 17 Monster Energy All-Star Race qualifying, May 18 AJR pre-race concert, May 18 Monster Energy Open and the May 18 Hairball post-race concert presented by Monster Energy. Kids ages 13 and under get in free to all activities on May 17 and for just $10 with adult purchase on May 18. Tickets, camping and race-day upgrades are available by calling 1-800-455-FANS or visiting CharlotteMotorSpeedway.com.

Too bad there isn't a one off race challenge just for the All Star race. Maybe next year.
 

Marlar

Well-known member
#56
Well I was rooting for Rickey Stenhouse to get in the All-star race, but will have to withdraw my vote due to his recent pledge. I think he's going to have to race his way in unless there's alot more women out there that can help him out.

Stenhouse Jr. pledges to 'bring back mullet' for Fan Vote | NASCAR.com
NASCAR › 2019/05/14 ›

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swervin ervin

Well-known member
#58
I do not know how he finishes/does but we shall see this evening on Forged In Fire...Marines at 9:00pm ET TONIGHT
He does have a website with all his knives he made that he sells at gun/weapons shows and other events, it let's you know what he is working on, inventing for production and what materials he is going to use and how to produce his Knives that he makes himself.
Garret gone. I thought for sure rick was gone. His knife was not as sharp. What one is he.