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Old 01-05-2013, 03:16 PM
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Ross County Coal Rollers Drag Racing

Today was our meet and greet,so after meeting up we decided to go to get somthing to eat then go drag racing. So check it out
PS: even though there are no powerstrokes in this video,u guys r welcome to come out and meet us!
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Old 01-05-2013, 04:01 PM
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Hosting illegal street racing events probably isn't the best way to advertise a truck club.
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Yeah running trucks at 100+ 4 feet from each other? No thanks.


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Old 01-05-2013, 04:26 PM
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Hosting illegal street racing events probably isn't the best way to advertise a truck club.
nope,its not illegal. Everyone around here goes there,and the people that own it has gave us premission to go out there and race as long as we dont tear up there corn feild.
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Old 01-05-2013, 04:28 PM
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Yeah running trucks at 100+ 4 feet from each other? No thanks.


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haha,theres been 9 second cars go out here and race,so it aint to bad
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That is a public roadway meaning that the county or state owns it not the people who own the property off the side of the road. Either way drag racing should be left for the track and here's why.

If one of those guys blew a steer tire at 75+ MPH and crashed into the side of the other guy and one or both trucks rolled over and someone got hurt do you think the "owners" of that property are going to say to the police "No officer I told them it was ok to race here"?? Doubtful.
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And if one of them suddenly veers of course even a foot or two and rear ends one of those trucks, your cameraman there is dead. Find a drag strip.


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That is a public roadway meaning that the county or state owns it not the people who own the property off the side of the road. Either way drag racing should be left for the track and here's why.

If one of those guys blew a steer tire at 75+ MPH and crashed into the side of the other guy and one or both trucks rolled over and someone got hurt do you think the "owners" of that property are going to say to the police "No officer I told them it was ok to race here"?? Doubtful.
Well as far as i know,either the farmer or the factory owns the road & they dont care. No one is trying to get hurt. Just out to have a good time.
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And if one of them suddenly veers of course even a foot or two and rear ends one of those trucks, your cameraman there is dead. Find a drag strip.


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I was the camera man. And i trusted these guys. A drag strip aint completely safe either,the same stuff can happen at a drag stip.
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Trust the guys all you want, accidents still happen. And at a drag strip the trucks are farther apart and if they veer off track the concrete barriers protect the others. We're not telling you to stop your club at all, we're just saying you should move it to a safer location.


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