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It was Ryan Newman that said it, not me. I actually gave Reddick some credit. What I said was that Reddick went up there thinking he could hold Rowdy's candle...[emoticon]

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Yeah, watched live.. Reddick made enough apologies to last the season. Just ribbing you on my rookie post [emoticon]

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All the great ones come out of the box a little rough. Say DW, Dale Sr, Rusty, not to mention others.
I think Reddick is the real deal, but time will tell. Childress has the teams running way better than in past years, heck Ty was running up front.


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Looks like SHR is waffling on Kyle Larson. As of yesterday Boyer was not signed but a statement came out that they intended to stay with the current line up.

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Congratulations to Gene Haas, Tony Stewart, FORD, Rodney Childers, and their engineers PLUS rep Kevin Harvick. IMO this is the best team, and they deserve the Championship.

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Agree with Cloud. One problem with the format it could be a toss up in the final race.

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It's been the Fords and the 11 Toyota all year. Mr Gibbs is probably not too happy right about now.

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IT'S BRISTOL BABY on dirt 3/28/2021. That will be a hoot!

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How are they going to manage all that dirt? And how is it going to stay on those high banks?

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FlatBroke wrote:

How are they going to manage all that dirt? And how is it going to stay on those high banks?

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A dirt track over banked asphalt, for racing 3,000-lb cars? I'm not sure they can make that work. They might end up with a mess in the pits and on the track.

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