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W.C. PREDICTIONS....

Postby TDC » December 19th, 2006, 4:27 am

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Postby Ovals Forever » December 19th, 2006, 4:56 am

[quote=ice_racer_69]Hortness has rotax power and would be approximately 35 years old??[/quote]

Oh that's why he is so fast. lol
He is powered by Rotax.
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Postby ice_racer_440 » December 19th, 2006, 6:35 am

28 all the way! He is looking to be the first 4 time champ. He's got enough dedication right there to get the job done. I know he must be putting alot of pressure on himself this year because of it. But I have faith in him he can do it. If for some reason he can't. Im lookin for a ski-doo to take it. Be it Mondus or Dozeal etc...
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Postby ICEISNICE » December 19th, 2006, 8:36 am

I still have to go with "00" Adam Meihls for the win. CHris Hortness seems to be the one to get by. Everything I have seen says that he is the one to beat if he can keep his sled together. Meihls has a few gremlins with the new LRM engine that should be worked out and now a year newer chasis since BJ should give him a better edge.

1. A. Meihls
2. Chris Hortness
3. PJ
4. D. Wahl
5. G. Moyle
6. J.V.
7. T. Wahl
8. J. Smith
9. M. Mondus
10. N Dolezal

I think these may be the sure things for the final. Hope they finish in that order.
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Postby LinziFontaine » December 19th, 2006, 11:41 am

I'm putting my vote in for Dustin Wahl, he has definently proven his ability to win in the first two races and has now gotten a pretty good taste for it. I think Chris Hortness will be right up there as well if everything stays together.
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Postby mxzx670 » December 19th, 2006, 2:36 pm

Sniff, sniff sniff,

Do you smell That? Thats rotax power son! Nothing smells better than real horse power in the morning.

Its going to J.V. back once more to claim top dog. His determination may be finally at its peak. Chris and Brian will be right there with him. I smell a rotax cleaning house a coming.

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Postby OvalsareFAST » December 20th, 2006, 9:53 am

Its hard to say. I believe it will be between Hortness PJ Terry or Dustin

PJ- has the drive and conditioning needed to go 25 laps
Hortness- Man has he been fast so far and the one to beat in champ question is can he keep that for 25laps
Terry- what else can I say it TW fast smooth and smart
Dustin- young and fast smooth and smart just like terry, but being a bit younger might give him the edge over terry and Hortness
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Postby ZR PILOT » December 20th, 2006, 12:48 pm

Too tough to call - too many friends. I'd say #66 Gary Moyle, #21 Jeff Ludwig, or #74 Dustin Wahl. Should be good if the track isn't a plowed field. If #96 would come to Plymouth this year to get "dialed in" - I might be able to throw his name in the mix for a Top 5?! Gotta go!
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Postby glhperformance » December 20th, 2006, 2:00 pm

A wahl will win. This is their year to walk away with it all. 440 n 600.
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Postby 124blizzard » December 20th, 2006, 3:06 pm

Everyone seems to be forgetting about the French-Canadian #96 Jacques Villenueve. The past 2 seasons he has won the Pro Champ 440 title on the EPT (Eastern Pro Tour) and is "more than ready" for ER. I hope everyone pays attention in Eagle River as Jacko will carry the checkered flag down the front stretch like he did in Valcourt. I do see Chris Hortness on the podium as well and never count out Mark Mondus. My best to everyone at ER !!!
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