Just Watched Undercover Boss At Daytona Speedway

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by loosewire, May 14, 2012.

  1. loosewire

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    It put me back in the infield at daytona Speedway,sorta that

    benethere done that feeling. I just hope a lot of guys have had

    that experience. Thanks for the photo shop work that put me in

    a race car.Walking thru the pit areas and all the noise and the

    smell. A lot of Miss City,Miss State, Miss All and Miss Grease.

    Miss alot if you sleep,the motorcycle gangs and up close fights.

    Parked right next to the paddy wagon,where all the action was.

    One of my gimini's has smell and IntroVision. Pass it on.
     
  2. MrChips

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    No Miss Fire?
     
  3. MrChips

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    Or

    Miss Alignment

    Miss Cue

    Miss Take

    Miss Adventure

    Miss Carriage

    Miss Judge
     
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  4. loosewire

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    @ Chips,that good, I should sign up for your training.
     
  5. t06afre

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    Miss chief managed:p
     
  6. maxpower097

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    Didn't know that existed. I forget is Daytona an ISC track? AKA NASCAR track. For those who don't know nascars dirty secret is they goto small booming town/cities and tell all the biz's and gov build a track and we'll give you a cup race. The city gets suckered into paying half, biz's put up the other half and NASCAR gives them some Truck races and Busch races and no Cup races. Now a racetrack especially a pro one costs a ton of money. So Nascar doesn't give the new track or city a cup race so the track operates at a huge loss. After 4-5 years its just not worth it and they sell the track to ISC (Owned by Nascars owners sister.) for pennies on the dollar. They pay like $10m for a track that cost $150m 4 years ago. Then they add that cup date or date(s) to the schedule and its becomes a huge profit for nascar and their "sister" company ISC who owns like 75% of all nascar tracks.
     
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