Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by muggle not, Sep 1, 2004.
Juan Pablo Montoya
i found this today....not to prove anything, just because i like reading there kinds of adventures from back then.
Weatherly mis-judged the stopping distance, and his rental car slid into the motel’s pool. Joe stood in wet triumph next to the pool taking a victory drink from his newly-won bottle of “CC.”
also found it mentioned in this book:
Lost Revolutions: The South in the 1950s
in fast and furious chapter, page 115
first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver to break 200 mph in qualifying
Buddy was first to go 200, but it was in a test, not qualifying
Hint: he's not in the Nascar Hall of Fame
I'm guessing you mean "won" when you say "ran" the fastest 500 mile race.
It was a Talladega race that went caution free. I'm thinking it was 94 or 95.
you are correct
he was referring to Juan that day in indycar
What makes you say that? I back read the thread a few pages and didn't see any reference to Pablo.
Mark Martin won a Talladega race in 94 or 95 that went caution free. Because it was caution free it had the fastest average time for a 500 mile race making it the fastest 500 mile race to date for the Cup series.
Next question... What were the two tire companies that provided tires to the Cup series in 1994?
Hoosier and Good year
I mean... Hoosier and Good Year is correct.
Thank you very much
On what date in history was Nascar founded by Bill France Sr. ?
Mark was in Nascar over 188 mph....but
what ex-nascar driver ran the fastest 500 mile race in racing in history.....Juan in the Pocono 500 Indy race was over 221. also the beer was talking that night, and Juan had just done it that day.
Ah, fastest 500 mile race... in history.
Winner winner chicken dinner
Give me a day or so to come up with somethin
Backtracking a little, Juans average speed at Pocono was 202mph, not 221. His pole speed was 223mph.
I cant think of anything good right now so this should be pretty simple...
What is the best average finish in the chase? By who?
I'll guess the obvious...
I want to clarify... Im looking for average finish in one chase. Not overall.
Second guess is Stewart.
Ok so best average finish of one chase. I would think that driver would win the championship & since Stewart & Jimmie have already been mentioned that only leaves 2 choices & mine is Kurt Busch. If its not him then we all know the answer.
No not Gordon
I thought this would be an easy one... guess not lol
i wanna say Newman, but you said best not worse, so i'll guess Denny
Ding! Ding! Ding! We have a winner! 4.9 in 2011
Pretty basic one: Which active crew chief has the 2nd-most career Cup victories after Chad Knaus?
Guessing Steve LeTarte
Separate names with a comma.