shafnutz05 wrote:Very refreshing to see Vickers win yesterday...he's been through a lot, was one of the most gratifying victories I've seen in a while. Certainly beats watching the 48 win again.
relantel wrote:I wouldn't be surprised if both Outback and QuickenLoans followed Newman where he goes. Kind of like how Budweiser followed Harvick to Stewart-Haas.
There are seats open. 29 at RCR is open, though many assume Austin Dillon will come up from the Nationwide series and run the 3 in Cup. It's about time to see the 3 back on the track, IMHO. Harvick leaving provides that opportunity for the 29 to again become the 3. Will RCR do it now? That's the good question. I would think they would want a longer term commitment than a single season for someone else to fill the seat, but you never know.
The story of yesterday's race has to be the pit calls late. Those that took 4 tires never made it back up through the field. I thought the 78 or 20 would have been able to do it, but they got into each other.
TheHammer24 wrote:NBC signs 10 year deal worth $4 billion to televise 20 races, 7 on NBC and 13 on NBCSN. They also pick up the rights to a lot of NW and other NASCAR events. Good riddance, TNT. Fox's deal, which was 7 years and for the first half of the season was $2.4 billion. That's a lot of money.
shafnutz05 wrote:A bit of fireworks in the NW race last night....namely, Nelson Piquet, Jr. kicking Brian Scott in the jewels:Spoiler:
relantel wrote:Hammer, gotta agree with you on Regan Smith but could well be Allmendinger, who has been on again off again driver for the #51 of Phoenix Racing this year. Others that might make sense are not driving Chevys (like Elliott Sadler). Then again, it's Watkins Glen, so they could call in a ringer not otherwise committed. Said and Fellows are already in the event; Scott Pruett is not, but has always filled an extra Ganassi car in years past.
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