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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-28-2009, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
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Daytona Speedway Flooding Pictures

My aunt sent me a link to these pictures wow what a bunch of water!

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What that's just a drop in the bucket. LOL That some serious water to have to clean up after. Wonder if it will mess up the pavement?

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They only have a month to clean that mess up. I bet this'll mean trouble for the 4th of July race.

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I can already see that FIRECRACKER 400 being moved to Talladega.
AND, the later Talladega race being run at Daytona.

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I have to drive past the track into town to get to my office. The area surrounding my office is located is where most of the worst flooding was.I had to pick & choose my route as most of the streets still open were choked with stalled vehicles & sometimes only 1 open traffic lane.I drive a F350 4x4 and had pine needles hanging from the front tow hooks the water was so deep in places.Even as bad as it was; its nothing like the flooding is around the midwest. What gets me is people using this as another reason for a Gov't handout. I can understand if it is legitimate(needing drywall or flooring replaced) as most people in the area may not need/have flood ins. I better stop here before this gets political
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