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 Posted: Mon Jan 21st, 2008 08:07 am
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Perhaps you might like one of the "classics" - a driver born and raised in North Carolina, or one of the Texas or Virginia Boys.

For a beginner to go with a Southern driver, well, that would be grasping onto the sport by it's roots.  Many of these, anymore, are older now, and on their way to retiring as drivers, but you really can't lose with a Southern-born Driver.

My favorite new-comer is Kyle Busch: That Boy is going to rock the sport, but he is young (22 or 23).  Not Southern, but really a champion in the making.

I am sure there can be much help from others tomorrow.  Mr. Joe is extremely knowledgable, as well as a true fan.  Pvt Clewell is more sardonic about the sport, but also one of the most knowledgable people on this board.  Kj is a long-time true and knowledgable fan.  YoungLobo is one of my favorite NASCAR friends here, and his roots in the sport run deep, he's got the knowedge and the history running in his veins.  Dixie Girl is a real Up-and-Comer...

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