HPLabonte;2067510 said:Well, today's race sucked above and beyond.
Sayburr;2068346 said:I may have some Bristol Tickets for sale...
n4sc4r;2075949 said:Sorry for being behind on the updates. School's been annoying. I may just do the cup series, since there is very litle talk or caring about the minor series'. One last thing, why is NASCAR in the posts red?
iamtheddrman;2076923 said:Did you do a search for "NASCAR"?
iamtheddrman;2070979 said:For this upcoming weekend or the August race?
Sayburr;2078464 said:March 22
ParkerandtheDogs;2651734 said:How do you people like cars going around in circles 300 times? It's boring
tridentgum0;2651737 said:Ignorance is bliss, my good man. I'll give it to you straight: I live in Georgia. Anyone who says that obviously hasn't watched a Daytona or Talladega race, or doesn't knwo there are actually two road courses on the circuit. I love my NASCAR.
n4sc4r;2652938 said:How do you watch basketball? All they do is go straight down a court and put a ball in a circle.How to you watch soccer/hockey/lacrosse? All they do is go down a field and put an object in a goal.How do you watch football? All they do is go straight down a field.How do you watch tennis? All they do is hit a ball over a net?etc. etc. etc. Don't even get me started.
iamtheddrman;2652961 said:While I agree that NASCAR isn't as dumb as the ignorant people make it out to be, Daytona and Talladega are probably the WORST examples to use, lol. The restrictions on the cars force them to race around in a pack and the whole race is dependent upon drafting, and not just driver skill. More times than I can count, the guy with the fastest car didn't win because he got hung out to dry on the last lap. Atlanta, Phoenix, Lowe's, Bristol, etc: THOSE are tracks that require skill.I still prefer F1 to NASCAR anyway though. 13 turn, 3-mile tracks FTW! Not to mention all the drama going on this year. It's truly captivating to watch.
Mega-Tallica;2653351 said:That's why I watch baseball.;)
tridentgum0;2653366 said:Daytona and Talladega are my two favorites to watch for that very reason.
iamtheddrman;2653390 said:LOL! Other than golf, I'd say baseball is the most boring sport to watch. I LOVE playing both of them, but they are flat-out awful to watch, IMO.So you like watching the guy who raced a perfect race lose because some d-bag screwed him on the last lap? That ain't my cup o' tea, lol. I like the races where the drivers are in control of their own destiny, rather than depending on other drivers to basically make them win.
tridentgum0;2653403 said:I enjoy the fact that no one can pull out to a 5 second lead the whole race and that even the part-time, unsponsored guys have a shot to win, yes. It gets boring watching the smae drivers in victory lane every week.
n4sc4r;2653423 said:There's a reason I put the etc. there. BTW go White Sox!Anyway with the discussion going I update the op's, only now it's all about the Sprint Cup series. Oh yeah, and Brad Keselowski is my favorite Nationwide series driver so seeing him win at Talladega was sweet! And to the whiny Edwards fans I still say Keselowski did nothing wrong. If Edwards would have been smart enough to block the inside he would have won.
Mega-Tallica;2653424 said:Agreed it seems either Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Kyle Busch, Tony Stewart, or Greg Biffle wins every race. It was nice to Joey Logano win at New Hampshire because it was a different driver winning finally.