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Old 12-11-2012, 04:19 PM
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Originally Posted by 1Gary View Post
We been in the game so long we don't pay retail for anything.As I said we called in some favors.It is a national known builder.Ran best in the 1/8 4.56 at 150 mph. Sponsorship money for a good deal on a national sponsorship isn't that easy to get.For all the yrs we been in,we have only gone three yrs without someone's paint on the side of the car.Someone with a limited track record would have a hard time getting support.There is a saying:"The road is a hard life and it's a hard life on the road". Those tours are not for everyone either.Living in a transporter isn't as glorious as it looks from the outside. Big Foot is a huge corporation with multiple rigs and trucks. Same for Grave Digger. Multi million dollar operations. I'm not saying he couldn't get in,but it would take time and a boat load of money for the first one atleast.Oh yeah it could take yrs of P-B-G sandwiches too.LOL.
Agree with you on this... Nothing is easy as it sounds. But it is a very profitable sport alot of the people involed get pile of cash from full stadiums. Sponsors is not as hard to find as a normal drag car. With drag you got at least two tracks in most major areas and they race every summer weekend. Monster trucks profide a little more show for the sponsors. But that being said all monster trucks are usally self starters. But a few of the newer guys are all cash corperate builds.

P-B-G is that a peanut butter and grease sandwhich! They are may favorite.
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