That happened Friday at Caraway and he was treated in the ambulance. The wife is a big fan of his and stays up with what is happening with him.I heard that Tim Brown got taken to the hospital after the race. I guess that wreck set off his extinguisher system. He wasnt able to breath. I hadnt heard any updates since though.
FYI, Buckaroo, Ryan Newman, having been born and raised in Indiana, is a Yankee.Hate to see the wife and my favorites get collected in wrecks, but that's racing. Also, I hate to see Ryan Newman win everything he enters in the mods. Even the wife said that she would have rather seen a Yankee win than Ryan. Good to see Frank Fleming (brother of the Show Stopper) do well and finish in the top ten. He'll get the winner's share of the money for the southern tour.
Some maybe but certainly not all of us. We were sitting just behind the flag stand enjoying that race as well as the Truck race. My son wanted to sit down there once to see what it was like for a change. Our Nationwide/Cup tickets are high on the back stretch. I have to admit, before sitting that low I thought I'd be wasting my money but those seats were pretty darn good. I thought the view would be extremely limited but it wasn't @ all.I noted people sitting at the front stretch, sweltering and looking like they were hat, hot, hot, not to mention uncomfortable.
Hey Whiz, have you ever compared the winnings from both series (north and south)? There is a hell of a difference and there is a hell of a difference in the cars as well. But the southern teams are getting better and better.DARN! Look at that! One out of the top ten finishers is from below the Mason-Dixon line! Imagine that! Were there any teams from the south?
Now we all know the next line in response will be, "they have all that big Yankee money pouring in," as if all modified owners south of the Mason-Dixon line are poor and shucking through salvage yards for parts to get them to the next race.