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Our topic today will focus on which racing style is better; Old School versus the New School, who you like? The old school philosophy of Bragging Rights versus the new school philosophy of Getting Paid. To begin, let’s crystallize both sides. When I sit behind this mic I am an objective reporter, so I will present the better points of both sides and I will also argue against both sizes. Because at the end of the day you the listener will decide which is better, old school versus the new school? Back in the day, the old school guys, were motivated by the pure excitement of drag racing. All they wanted was to bust that head to the white meat. The old school guys would race 2, 3, or even 4 times in one afternoon or evening, and quite possibly they would race the same guy all those times. Now for a whole lot of folks, those days are the days of old. In this new school style of racing money is king. It’s always about the money. Now a day’s guys need the pot big enough so that you pay for their racing gas, their trip to the track and their new slicks, not to mention the work they just had done in the chassis shop and then some. Then there is the other side. In the case of the old school guys, it can be argued that they could afford to race for next to nothing, because all they had to begin with were gloried street cars with mostly factor stuff, so their investment was not that big to begin with. In the case of the new school guys, the amount of money should never stop a true racer from racing, if you really love this stuff then you gotta race and ain’t nothing or nobody stopping you. To many, it’s that simple, but is it? The questions and more will all be hashed out today on this show, first caller you are on Smack Talk

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