When was the last time

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  1. Greg Schenck

    Greg Schenck Active Member

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    When was the last time that Comp had a full field at a Divisional?
     
  2. Frank Aragona Jr.

    Frank Aragona Jr. Active Member

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    St Louis 2017 I am pretty sure!
     
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  3. SmileyRacing

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    What about a Nat event? Dennis
     
  4. jake_1213

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    I try to race in Div3 its less expensive and closer than Div1. I can't speak for everyone but the Div3 schedule is too crammed together. There's Columbus May 3/5 then a week gap then Norwalk 17/19. Nothing in June then Indy July 5/7. That means I have to drive to get there on the 4th of July. Some of the crew want to spend time with their familys outings and then in just the following weekend Rt66
    July 12/15. One race in mid Aug and nothing in Sept. I just flat out can't afford to shut my shop down twice in one month to race. Any race we go to requires me and my son to take time off and shut the place down. It's not only the cost of the race but on top of it the lost time of production. Why can't NHRA take this into consideration when they make the schedules. I'm sure there are some others that may have problems with it. This certainly could effect the attendance.
    Jake Savani/1213 Brain Savani/1212
     
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  5. Greg Schenck

    Greg Schenck Active Member

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    I think that was a national Frankie....Troy told me that Chicago divisional 2014 they had 33 cars.
    Well 39 cars will be in Dallas
     
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