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Jeff - You teased us about presenting the 2010 NHRA tax returns. Did I miss them? Did NHRA send a nasty lawyer to the Phlegm Building? What's happening?
Burk’s a little behind this year and the tax returns are in the new January issue.
If NHRA had applied the 240-mph cap to the rear brakes of nostalgia top fuel, the top fuel car count would not have fallen off a cliff at many events.
Just saying.... Not too late, NHRA!
The bean-counter approach that NHRA uses, coupled with the attendance and gross income results, should naturally lead folks to conclude the real stories of 2011 are linked to continued interest in varied "street" activities.
My personal favorites are being crafted by participants at southeast, deep south, and major urban venues such as No Limits, outside Chicago. There, racers are doing what, apparently, sanctioning bodies are unwilling to do: self-promoting rivalries, personalities, and *shudder!* match races among themselves.
Hey guys, I love the "AT THE BACK DOOR" section, but it appears to have not been updated for over a month (still the huge shopping cart).
Is it a bad link or are the real articles getting all of the attention?
Keep up the great work.
Paul Rogers Jr.