shafnutz05 wrote:Lol....much like hockey, there is a lot more to NASCAR than meets the eye
shafnutz05 wrote:Ah I forgot Richmond. When I was living in Gaithersburg, had tickets to the Saturday night race. We drive down, tailgate, and just as the engines start, the rain begins. Had to drive the whole way back to Gaithersburg (3 hours), and we decided to drive back down the next day to watch the race.
My wife and I's last Dover experience was the worst. Her favorite driver is Stewart...on the 2nd lap of the race, they are involved in a wreck and both are taken out. That's the worst.
FallenHero96 wrote:Became a NASCAR fan about 7 years ago. I can't stand Jimmy Johnson and Jeff Gordon. I like Bobby Labonte, Tony Stewart, Matt Kenseth, and Denny Hamlin. I've never been to a race yet, but thinking about trying to go to one this year.
Point Breeze Penguins wrote:I am really glad they changed the rules about Busch this year. Be nice to see the Busch regulars get some seat time.
superstartreatment wrote:Great lap by the 88 especially going against the wind on the super stretch.
HMS appears to be on their game at Daytona this year, as does RCR. Loved the finish last night in the shootout, even though I hate the yellow line rule. It was far better than the ARCA finish.
Still, last year's 88 finish in the 500, when he almost won despite having a down car, reminds me that it's all about being in the right place at the right time, and avoiding misfortune and other people's mistakes. So the Pole, while nice, means nothing without a finish.
shafnutz05 wrote:Yeah, I'm happy that Earnhardt won the pole for Daytona, but as we all know, restrictor plate poles are meaningless. I'm hoping he can stay near the front most of the time to avoid the inevitable "Big One", but time will tell.
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