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The Hardest Pass

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The Hardest Pass

All the regulars know that to make a pass on the one-third mile flat oval it wasn't gonna be easy.
It took guts or skill, sometime both, but always one or the other.
Sure, the inside was pretty easy, but making a successful pass on the outside to skill and ballz.
Some might take a shortcut.
A good knock in the ass end of the guy in front might get you a sneak through the inside.
But only the best could make that scary pass on the outside, running near the 10X10 timbered wall
all the while risking getting walked out to the fence or sent over the wall.

With all that in mind, some drivers were tougher to get around than others and for different reasons.
The Crazy Frenchman was a difficult pass for different reasons than Lajoie was.

Let's hear your views on who was the toughest Pass at the Racearena.

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Post on Fri Feb 10, 2012 11:33 am  Woody

I think Gino(RIP) was very difficult to pass.
He was certainly was good at holding up the show,backing around the track in reverse.
Crwd would voice their disapproval and Gino would just wave and laugh.

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Post on Thu Feb 23, 2012 7:57 pm  kaptainsteve

Gino wasn't the only one who was laughing, I was too!

I loved it when Gino had a lead and one of the big guns was coming up on him,,, the whole grandstand would turn silent!

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