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PostSubject: Re: NASCAR Bristol Weekend Thread   Sat Aug 25, 2012 11:24 pm

Great stuff tonight. Just didn't want to see Hamlin win.
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PostSubject: Re: NASCAR Bristol Weekend Thread   Sat Aug 25, 2012 11:48 pm

While the racing is not strictly the same as before, the track's attitude has without a doubt returned. Great race.

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PostSubject: Re: NASCAR Bristol Weekend Thread   Sun Aug 26, 2012 12:02 am

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Great stuff tonight. Just didn't want to see Hamlin win.

This exactly. Totally wanted Edwards to win that, but oh well.

Also, Ty Dillon, while he is one of my favorite Nationwide drivers, drove like an idiot yesterday.

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PostSubject: Re: NASCAR Bristol Weekend Thread   Sun Aug 26, 2012 12:05 am

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Chives5150 wrote:
Great stuff tonight. Just didn't want to see Hamlin win.

This exactly. Totally wanted Edwards to win that, but oh well.

Also, Ty Dillon, while he is one of my favorite Nationwide drivers, drove like an idiot yesterday.
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PostSubject: Re: NASCAR Bristol Weekend Thread   Sun Aug 26, 2012 12:07 am

Mr. Dr. Professor Mech wrote:
Nick399 wrote:
Chives5150 wrote:
Great stuff tonight. Just didn't want to see Hamlin win.

This exactly. Totally wanted Edwards to win that, but oh well.

Also, Ty Dillon, while he is one of my favorite Nationwide drivers, drove like an idiot yesterday.
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lol I wrote Ty.. I meant Austin...

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PostSubject: Re: NASCAR Bristol Weekend Thread   Sun Aug 26, 2012 1:14 am

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Mr. Dr. Professor Mech wrote:
Nick399 wrote:
Chives5150 wrote:
Great stuff tonight. Just didn't want to see Hamlin win.

This exactly. Totally wanted Edwards to win that, but oh well.

Also, Ty Dillon, while he is one of my favorite Nationwide drivers, drove like an idiot yesterday.
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lol I wrote Ty.. I meant Austin...

You have no clue how hard I just laughed.

Anyway, I wasn't that thrilled with the first half of the race, but the second half wasn't terrible. I just hated how Hamlin pulled away at the end to make a boring finish.

By the way, we can't blame Danica for wrecking. She's a female. She gives us money and sexual appeal. Let's whore her out and make her look 200% better than she actually is. Seriously, her gender is the reason why Danica is so popular in the press. She cuts right across the fucking nose of the 78 and still throws a fit about it. What a fucking surprise there. More ratings for ESPN's piece-of-shit coverage or something. (I actually heard it was on ABC, but our motorhome didn't have that channel, so my dad and sister couldn't watch it.)

Overall, it was a decent weekend. I even got to drive the go-kart we rented today. Got a program and got a hotspot so I can actually get on the forum and stuff. There's a few positives. N'wide shenanigans and biases, Bayne getting wrecked by Childress' grandson, Logano buzzkilling that race, Danica naturally being whored out by the media and my sister getting sick after the race. Not so much fun. This was a lot of fun, though, I will say. More fun than 2010. Now, I'll continue work on PTRL on the ride home tomorrow.

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PostSubject: Re: NASCAR Bristol Weekend Thread   Sun Aug 26, 2012 1:19 am

I love how she called out Smith. If she was a dude, he'd kick her ass to a good finish.
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PostSubject: Re: NASCAR Bristol Weekend Thread   Sun Aug 26, 2012 1:30 am

In my TRULY HONEST OPINION...


That wreck actually WASN'T Danica's fault for a change. I know, ERMAHGERD SHE ALWAYS WRECKS PEOPLE... But I feel like this one was really 50/50.

From my analyzing of the wreck on YouTube, it looked like she was trying to merge down, thinking she cleared Regan, but Regan got a run on the straightaway, and Danica just got the short end of the stick. Really wasn't like she just jerked her steering wheel as far down to the right as she possibly could. Just a misjudgement that ended badly for Danica.

And as for the Kenseth/Stewart wreck... I don't think it was intentional on Stewart or Kenseth's part, but Kenseth was trying WAY too hard for his own good. I mean, with 160 laps to go, you don't need to be shoving into someone as hard as Matt and Tony were with each other. I still give Tony 10/10 for the helmet throw, though. Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: NASCAR Bristol Weekend Thread   Sun Aug 26, 2012 1:35 am

In my honest opinion, with more analysis, both wrecks were racing incidents.

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PostSubject: Re: NASCAR Bristol Weekend Thread   Sun Aug 26, 2012 3:33 pm

The Stewart-Kenseth accident was more Kenseth's fault, but Stewart DID push down a tad. Regardless, blame on Kenseth, even if he was "getting back on Stewart" for the lap earlier...

The Smith-Danica accident, I blame Smith for a tad more, but it was similar to the Stewart-Kenseth wreck as she did turn down a tad.

Just happy that we're having a racing discussion without rage.

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PostSubject: Re: NASCAR Bristol Weekend Thread   Sun Aug 26, 2012 8:53 pm

Nick399 wrote:
The Stewart-Kenseth accident was more Kenseth's fault, but Stewart DID push down a tad. Regardless, blame on Kenseth, even if he was "getting back on Stewart" for the lap earlier...

The Smith-Danica accident, I blame Smith for a tad more, but it was similar to the Stewart-Kenseth wreck as she did turn down a tad.

Just happy that we're having a racing discussion without rage.

The thing that bugged me about the Kenseth Tony incident, was that Kenseth went into the corner on the bottom and pushed ALL THE WAY up into Tony, who was clear at the top of the track. I have to give him blame, even though I don't want to, cause I like both drivers.

Good Amazing race, anti-climactic finish.

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