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  • The hair on his chest must have been fertilized by his brain

    When I quit racing I want to be just like James Neal:

    (sorry about the lame commercial preceding this video report)
    http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/lo...s_Angeles.html

    To the right of The Sheriff. Isn't everyone?

  • #2
    An LSx engine that blew up? Pretty standard, no?

    He is still my hero though.

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    • #3
      How do you blow-up a C5 engine on the freeway? We buzz our motors season after season racing them and they never blow-up, even with the rev limiter up over 7,000 RPM.

      Well, at least he finally won one. He won the inaugural CHP I-5 Race to San Diego sponsored by the California Detetion System. He won't beleive the contingencies they have for him at the club house. I wonder how long they will have him sitting in impound before the steward sends him off to his 13/13?

      To the right of The Sheriff. Isn't everyone?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Olitho View Post
        How do you blow-up a C5 engine on the freeway? We buzz our motors season after season racing them and they never blow-up, even with the rev limiter up over 7,000 RPM.
        From the clip it sounded like he was trying to 'hit 240+mph at the track next weekend' or something, so presumably the thing was modified?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by hakeem View Post
          From the clip it sounded like he was trying to 'hit 240+mph at the track next weekend' or something, so presumably the thing was modified?
          I read something else that said his engine had been modified by some students at UEI, one of those auto mechanics institutes I think.

          I also heard that he was planning on hitting 140 at the old Holtville race track that used to be used by SCCA and for drag racing years back. It is an old WWII air strip way east of San Diego. From what I hear car used to only hit about 100 MPH on that track and that doing 240 MPH is unlikely there. But this is all second hand hearsay. What we all know is the guy is an idiot.

          Maybe The Sheriff will defend him...?


          To the right of The Sheriff. Isn't everyone?

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          • #6
            I love the stone-cold seriousness of the reporter at the end: "Although he claims to have raced for many years, NASCAR says he has won no major titles."
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            • #7
              Originally posted by J. Tyler View Post
              I love the stone-cold seriousness of the reporter at the end: "Although he claims to have raced for many years, NASCAR says he has won no major titles."
              That's like saying a golfer isn't a golfer unless he wins a major tourney. B.S.

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              • #8
                Ok something is wrong with the POPO's story. Vettes don't all have to have a license plate on the front especially C5 Z06s because of the Corvette panel in the front. If you have a emblem on the front where the license plate goes no plate is required.
                Last edited by Johnny_Se7en; 05-19-2010, 09:57 PM. Reason: After looking at the evidence his vette has no space for a license plate
                If nothing happens and there is no one around why did it not happen?

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                • #9
                  Huh?

                  All Corvettes have that removable panel to fit a plate.

                  Besides its California law (of which not many of us choose to follow )

                  Either way, the guys a retard.

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                  • #10
                    sigh...
                    a hero he could have been if he did managed to escaped from police pursuit!
                    but he is a loser cuz he got caught!!

                    ive always dreamed abt running away from police, perhaps in "transportor" that kinda senario; ill make sure i dont drive a corvette =p
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                    • #11
                      If your gonna run from the police you gotta do it like Jake Blues, get a lead around a corner and slide off into a corn field and hide while they go blowing by you and then you just go back to where you came from.

                      Oh, and don;t slow down so they can get your plate
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Johnny_Se7en View Post
                        Ok something is wrong with the POPO's story. Vettes don't all have to have a license plate on the front especially C5 Z06s because of the Corvette panel in the front. If you have a emblem on the front where the license plate goes no plate is required.
                        I wish this were actually true, as every car manufacturer would just stick an emblem on the front bumper and be done with it.

                        Unfortunately it's not true; CA law requires the front plate.

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