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Cloud Dancer

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Posted: 08/18/20 12:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

"rookie" is just a word. A good driver is still a good driver,.....who was lucky enough to end up in a winning car.


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Or to be running 5th when the first 4 wreck out on the green/white/checker restart.


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Anybody watch that fiasco last night from Daytona?

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Posted: 08/30/20 11:28am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Nope, I'm done with NASCAR...


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Posted: 08/30/20 06:41pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

bobsallyh wrote:

Anybody watch that fiasco last night from Daytona?

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I saw the fiasco part. 205 mph racing on big high-bank tracks is kinda predictable.

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What Ryan Newman said "the number 8 ran out of talent". If I were Jimmy Johnson I would have called Mr. Hendrick this AM and said "it's been great ride and career in your car but I'm done, put a young buck in the car that will put it where it needs to go to win, I just don't have that desire anymore". And I want to see what the "Chipster" might have in mind.

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I DVRed the Xfinity and the Cup races. After watching the highlights on my phone I doubt I'll watch the whole things unless it rains for a week.
With both the 18 and the 48 without a win so far and the 48 never getting #8 unless he reups it sure has been an odd year. That's exclusive of the virus.

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gtnsmlr wrote:

Nope, I'm done with NASCAR...

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I've been a big fan of NASCAR since they started showing races on tv. No more. NASCAR and cup drivers screwed the pooch JMO. Others may think different.

I thought It would be hard not watching a races ...but its easy.

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JIMNLIN wrote:

I thought It would be hard not watching a races ...but its easy.


I agree.


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Reddick was only 3 positions at 19th from making the championship rounds in his rookie (sorry Cloud [emoticon] ) season. That is hardly running out of talent.



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