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Old 01-31-2008
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I really don't know that this is such a bad thing, I was actually kinda optimistic til I saw the headline "NHRA to operate as usual". That concerns me somewhat. I really think this may be the opportunity we need to get mr. Bruton Smith more deeply involved, I been talking that up for over a year now...lets all hope that now is the time!!!
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NHRA will continue to do just fine.

If their current status is "fine", I would sure hate to see what "bad" looks like.
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Old 01-31-2008
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Promoting a track is one thing, promoting an entire series is another.

TO HAVE THE NHRA BECOME A COMPANY CHANGES EVERYTHING!
If/When the NHRA becomes a company it changes from being there for the racers to being for the fans, a change I personally do not want to see. Why not keep the NHRA a nonprofit company and let in new people to run it?

Keep drag racing what it was meant to be, for the racers; thats the entertainment anyways.
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