Fire Truck Race
RAY: Bribe the judge.
TOM: He didn't have to use any tools. He just took out his wallet.
RAY: Well, because they're racing counterclockwise around a track...
RAY: He wanted to make it so that the Jeffersonville truck would be able to negotiate those constant left-hand turns easier than the East Norriton truck.
TOM: I knew there was something to that counterclockwise thing.
RAY: And without using any tools, he simply let a little air out of the left-hand tires of the Jeffersonville truck. You know, if you have low pressure in one of your tires, your car will tend to pull in that direction.
RAY: OK? Now, it could be argued that this doesn't satisfy the...
TOM: They're going counterclockwise.
RAY: Counter, yeah.
RAY: You've got it now?
RAY: So, they're making all these lefts.
TOM: All these lefts.
RAY: And the low air pressure...
TOM: Out of the left side, so it's leaning...it wants to go in that direction.
RAY: There you go.
TOM: I like it!
RAY: Well, I'm sure we'll get some letters about the fact that the rules required that they be set to factory configuration. That's the...
TOM: You can interpret that any way...
RAY: But I don't think anyone saw Gus do this, so I don't think there's a rules violation.
TOM: No, no, I think it's great.
RAY: Yeah, and if you have a problem with this, don't call us. Call Gus Wilson. Who's our winner, Tommy?TOM: The winner is Craig Robbins from Rochester, Minnesota.
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