Guests - If You want access to member only forums on HSO. You will gain access only when you sign-in or Sign-Up on HotSpotOutdoors.

It's easy - LOOK UPPER right menu.

Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
harvey lee

Qualifing

15 posts in this topic

Looks like the DEI and Hendrick cars qualify fast. We will see how they do in the draft.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

They where fast.

Lets all hope it is a good race to sit and watch.

Superspeed ways??????

Sifty

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The race is nothing more than who doesn't get caught up in a crash. One needs alot of luck at the superspeedways or plate tracks.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Looks like the DEI and Hendrick cars qualify fast. We will see how they do in the draft.

When isnt HMS Fast! smile

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Originally Posted By: harvey lee
Looks like the DEI and Hendrick cars qualify fast. We will see how they do in the draft.

When isnt HMS Fast! smile

Yep well said three times

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

i think theres one guy at hms that will rise to top

because of no test cuz he knows how to build a race car

will be interested to how the 48..88 fair with no testing

i think its an advanatage to guy like martin maybe newman kurt b the can relay info to the guy to make the car better

one reason i dont think the 88 will ever win a chmpionship

if they hit the set up right they are ok but very seldom can they make a car better

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The 88 team will get better with that as they have other great teams around them more than willing to help out.

I will really enjoy watching Mark Martin tear it up this year. Mark should be so fast.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

ya i agree to bad he didnt make the switch yrs ago

not sure bout that roush as i see guys leaving

burton came back nice

look at what martin did last yr on so so dei team

he will win and i think it will be sooner that later

he'll make the chase no problem

but he will hafta win a couple in the chase to win the chase i think

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Mark will only get into the chase if he runs the whole season. I don't believe thats in his plans for the year. I read that somewhere.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

he running the next 2

and to honest he would probably make it even if he didnt

last yr he was in the top 10 after missing a few

and still in top 20 til late in the season i think it after he missed bout 7-8 races before he dropped out of the top 20

doesnt say much for waltrip and some of those guys trying to

make the top 35 does it

amazing how competative he still is at his age look at some of these waltrip could barely make a race the last 7-8 eight yrs he raced same with petty..jarred..s marlin..t labonte etc etc

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Mark Martin is a pure racer. Some are just born with the needed skills.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

yes i agree

harvey it says sales &marketing under your name does that mean you do that for hotspott outdoors??//

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

yes i agree

harvey it says sales &marketing under your name does that mean you do that for hotspott outdoors??//

Yes he does.

Sifty

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0



  • Posts

    •   Mike, I have used the brown sugar cure from Curly's to cure a hind leg and it made the best ham I've ever had. They have very detailed instructions on their site, too. I cured it 8 days and it took 18 hours to smoke. Worth every second!   https://web.archive.org/web/20150915234555/https://www18.corecommerce.com/~csk/uploads/file/Smoked Ham or Picnic Recipe(1).pdf
    • i dont use newspaper but use alot of grass clippings. and by late fall there pretty much all rotted away..........good for the garden too!!!!   if you know someone with a lawn care business get ahold of them, i went to a recycling place that takes grass clippings, and in the town i live in anyway, once they get there they dont allow people to come and take them. apparently something to do with potential lawn chemicals. i now get them from the city, they come from the baseball park in town!!!!!
    • Good luck walleye, sorry about the miss, but we all know what a tough road archery hunting can be.   My good friend Dave and I headed to Wisconsin Wednesday afternoon.  We have two tags each. We hunted hard for most of 5 days while enduring some of the worst weather we ever we had to deal with. 40 degrees ain't bad, and a little rain ain't bad, but a hard rain at 40 degrees just plain sucks. Add in some wind and it was pretty miserable.   Wednesday we got to our hunting spot mid afternoon and set up. We weren't intent on spending the evening with plans to scout a bit and get the permission we needed for another farm.  We actually heard a couple gobbles and they seemed to be coming closer, then the rain started.  Do we wait till it quits, or do we leave before it gets worse? Dave said lets get out while we can. Sure enough, as soon as we got out of the blind there was a big tom looking at us.  Game over.  Oh well.   Next morning we were back at this same spot. Nothing going except a lone hen way out, not even a gobble...till 10:00. This bird would gobble and come closer, then gobble as he went farther away. Over and over again.  Finally he showed himself at the end of the field 80 yds out.  He'd gobble then head back into the woods to gobble some more.  In and out like that for what seemed forever. Finally he came back out again and ever so slowly headed our way. Closer and closer, then - "there's another one!"  Another big tom came to see what all the noise was about.  The first one was inching closer and closer, right to the edge of my shooting range. He stopped and lifted his head and turned around. I couldn't wait to see if he'd come closer, a few steps would put him out of range.  My trusty old 870 barked and he was down.  Sweet!  I looked at the clock, it was 11:30. We'd been working this bird for an hour and a half! I later paced it off at 45 yds.  Haven't shot very many beyond that.   The other bird didn't even flinch, he was coming to see why his bud wasn't getting up. Closer and closer till Dave couldn't wait anymore.  He shot. The bird started running, then took flight.  He shot again and that bird was in the woods, never to be seen again.   Two missed opportunities on our first two sits.   Though we hunted hard the next few days and saw some birds, we never had another chance.  Tough, tough hunting.   My bird tipped the scales at just under 24 1/2 lbs. Spurs both right at 1" and pretty sharp, beard just over 10". Probably a 3 year old.
    • Went to the DNR site. Got my tag for area 47 after 4 Years!!  YEA!!   Rockn Randy
    • Lost 40 a few years back. Forget diets, you need an entire lifestyle change. Think of food as either slowly killing you or helping you live longer and healthier. Just because someone is skinny does not mean they are healthy. Personally I stick to a lot of fruits, veggies and wild game, very little carbs, dairy, beef or pork. Not that I don't love ribs, steak & the like but it's not a regular meal. After a while you don't really miss the bad stuff because you feel so much better.   Let me guess, you sell diet supplements in on of those pyramid scheme multi level marketer deals.
    • Old newspapers and grass clippings. The problem with wood mulch is it will still be there in the fall when you want to till the garden.
    •   Best thing I've seen is just old newspapers.      
    • I wanna mulch around my tomatos and peppers this year to keep the dirt from splashing all over them. Was wondering if its bad for them. Was gonna use cedar but was hoping for some advice.
    • Have both a Habanero and a Ghost Pepper in this years garden.   
    • I may have to pick some up I never had time to start my seeds indoors this year
  • Our Sponsors