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      02-29-2008, 10:01 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by 1clean335i View Post
actually the cold weather would mean the cars put out more power which is when parts start breaking... everyone would just have to heat up their tires for a few extra seconds to get them heated up.. thats all..
They may be able to get their tires to the same temp, but overall the track will have less traction as the track itself is colder. My point was that it was a ridiculous excuse, especially since it was only suppose to get into the high 40s.
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