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  • Dinosaurs & Methanol
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    Hey I LIKE Salazar, he's sort of a 21st Century Buffer Red.

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  • phishfan
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    I really hope Salazar is gone after this
    year. I can't help but get furious every
    time I see his car. :mad: If only A.J. would
    smack him around a little.

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  • JSR
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    Isn't Salazar notorious for blocking, regardless of his position in the race?

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  • dog-ring
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    Originally posted by 220mph:
    <STRONG>no, Salazar was his usual self, refusing to yield to anyone, regardless of the fact he was laps down . . .</STRONG>
    what 220 said

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  • Heath Hamilton
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    i believe a few drivers mentioned this too...

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  • 220mph
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    no, Salazar was his usual self, refusing to yield to anyone, regardless of the fact he was laps down . . .

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  • DKessinger
    started a topic Salazar at Gateway?

    Salazar at Gateway?

    I dunno if this topic has been brought up already or not as this is my first time back to the board since the race.
    Anyways, my parents and I made a last minute trip to Gateway for the race. I noticed that (to me) Salazar was constantly blocking and holding up the leaders--for that matter, anyone that was faster and laps ahead of him. Was it just me seeing this or was it as bad as I saw it? Only times I really watched him close was when Lil Al and Hornish were coming up to lap him (huge Unser fan and just don't want Penske to win the championship) so I could be somewhat partial here

    Dustin

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