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06/14/2011

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Norris, do the Indy people have a formal HOF? When I was but knee high to a Chrysler Windsor fender, the names I knew were AJ and Mario. Nobody else mattered. Mario was and is the ultimate driver. Go from Harry Miller to Eddie Sachs, Parnelli and Andy Granatelli to Colin Chapman and Jim Clark to AJ and Gordon Johncock and Rick Mears. These were the guys as much as Richard Petty and the Silver Fox.

Norris, I read your stuff on Google Reader all the time. Rarely disagree, not that my opinion matters. Labonte won in 84.

The Wood Brothers team should find something great in the current rules. Otherwise, we should change them to address the time

--Ri of Change Rules F1 website

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