and yet in the 80's when the sport was really gaining momentum 600 HP was the goal postAny driver that speaks out against the 550 package
Unfortunately JJ just showed up at the track to drive and he was given the best with one of the best cheating CC's. I think DE did more with less.Jimmie Johnson. I wasn't a fan of his, but you have to respect his accomplishments. He got it done at the peak of NASCAR popularity too. He set the bar of excellence.
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and yet in the 80's when the sport was really gaining momentum 600 HP was the goal post
and it was fun to watch the competition working so hard that they were willing to chance blowing up. How many watched the twisted sister car??