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Discussion in 'NHRA' started by Country21, Sep 27, 2017.
according to Kevin Mckenna NHRA will announce something significant for the 2018 schedule tommorow
Cancelling of Pro Stock?????
I would guess a reduced schedule for Pro Stock
Pro Camaro is being reduced to 12 events.
You guys are killing me!! Maybe The Federal Government is auditing them and found that Their profit exceeds Pay-outs!?
Vegas 4 wide in the Spring.
He didn't say anything about the schedule directly. He said "2018 season".
Well if it's not "the schedule" but it's "something significant" it can only be one thing... a buck a pound ice cream at every national event !!!
They will no longer be offering the Heritage Series due to the lack of interest by everyone.
WOW life changing news.........this will make the countdown much more exciting
am surprised sonoma and bristol are not new countdown races ......do you think the fall zmax will have more
spectators and higher tv ratings in this new slot?....i would venture to guess unlikely.
I am failing to see what is the "BIG" news about this announcement. They just re-arranged a few of the chairs around the table, but everyone still has their seat.
Tell me what I am missing.
Will Maple Grove, as in years past, run into rain again?
My money would be on YES. In the 25 years I went to that race, I think I can count on one hand the number of times it didn't rain at some point during the weekend.
You guys do know that it's totally a crapshoot, no matter when it's scheduled, right???
I still don't get why they don't run Houston and Dallas on back to back weekends in October.
I can't believe they're moving Dallas back closer to September, it'll be 100 degrees again. You would think they've learned that lesson?
That market would be over saturated and one race would take a loss at the gate. Doing Pomona and Phoenix like they do is only because the rest of the country is usually still snowed in, and they take advantage of the snowbird crowd... Dallas and Houston would be like P1, Phoenix and Vegas in successive weekends...