Nobody said it was going to be easy... Two hundred and twenty five drivers in seven splits took on the grueling 500 mile race in support of our friend John King. Yes there were cautions, even too many, but the racing was unmarred and quite often it was great. Here are a few comments from the post race survey...
"Had an absolute blast. Would love to see these at new Daytona again or even Talladega."
"My favorite Majors race yet"
"For me, running the 1987 cars, turn the maj
Many, many, many of you have asked me over the last few months. "Hey, where is John?" Sadly, John has been very ill, but being the selfless, stoic person he is, he didn't want people to know too much about what he was going through, and he really didn't want anyone to feel sorry for him. Well, the time has come that we (the Kinetic team and myself) go against those wishes and tell you what he has been facing. John has had sleep issues for awhile now because of his Tinnitus,
How good of team owner was Dale Earnhardt? If the short history of DEI is any gauge, his intentions were nothing short of what he achieved as a driver. He had quickly built a three car team and results were starting to come in quickly. Their superspeedway program was indisputably the best and no style of racing is more reliant on teamwork. In that spirit, and in the spirit of Dale, we bring you the Intimidator... a Team Superspeedway Tournament. Saturday, February 6th, 9:0