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Drag Race Bowl II Summernationals 1st Rd Qualifying

Pro Stock Motorcycle


11 Chip Ellis over 6 Melissa Surber


3 Eddie Krawiec over 14 Jerry Savoie


7 Karen Stoffer over 10 Angelle Sampey


2 Scotty Pollacheck over 2 James Underdahl


5 LE Tonglet over 12 Mike Berry


13 Matt Smith over 4 Andrew Hines


9 Steve Johnson over 8 Hector Arana,Jr.


16 Shawn Gann over 1 Katie Sullivan


11 Chip Ellis vs. 3 Eddie Krawiec


7 Karen Stoffer vs. 2 Scotty Pollacheck


13 Matt Smith vs. 5 LE Tonglet


9 Steve Johnson vs. 16 Shawn Gann


Pro Stock Car


11 Bo Butner III over 6 V. Gaines


Subsequently after this, in the same month, V. Gaines retired from the Pro Stock Class


14 Mark Hogan over 3 Greg Anderson


10 Vincent Nobile over 7 Drew Skillman


15 Kevin Lawrence over 2 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.


5 Shane Gray over 12 Curt Steinbach


13 Dave River over 4 Jason Line


8 Kenny Delco over 9 Kenny Koretsky


16 Jim Yates over 1 Allen Johnson


11 Bo Butner III vs. 14 Mark Hogan


10 Vincent Nobile vs. 15 Kevin Lawrence


5 Shane Gray vs. 13 Dave River


8 Kenny Delco vs. 16 Jim Yates


Funny Car


11 Bob Tasca III over 6 Courtney Force


14 Paul Lee over 3 Tim Wilkerson


10 Tommy Johnson,Jr. over 7 Matt Hagan


15 Cory Lee over 2 Ron Capps


12 John Force over 5 Alexis DeJoria


13 Brandon Welch over 4 Robert Hight


8 Jeff Diehl over 9 Cruz Pedregon


16 Paul Milandovich over 1 Gary Densham


11 Bob Tasca III vs. 14 Paul Lee


10 Tommy Johnson,Jr. vs. 15 Cory Lee


12 John Force vs. 13 Brandon Welch


8 Jeff Diehl vs. 16 Paul Milandovich


Top Fuel


6 Clay Millican over 11 Tony Schumacher


14 Rob Passey over 3 Troy Buff


10 Doug Kalitta over 7 Steve Torrence


15 Steve Chrisman over 2 Brittany Force


12 Shawn Langdon over 5 Dave Connolly


13 Kebin Kinsley over 4 Terry McMillen


8 Leah Pritchett over 9 Antron Brown


16 Luigi Novelli over 1 Chris Karamesines


6 Clay Millican vs. 14 Rob Passey


10 Doug Kalitta vs. 15 Steve Chrisman


12 Shawn Langdon vs. 13 Kebin Kinsley


8 Leah Pritchett vs. 16 Luigi Novelli


Add Comment  | September 24, 2016
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2016 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter "Double Win"

Editor's Note: The reason why I am calling the 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter "Double Win" because of the eventual stamping of Mark Ironside's Driver of the Quarter, which is a potential Iowa High School Wrestling to Pro Champions Pipeline, which there was plenty of Iowa Olympians, but , I couldn't mask my lividity towards the plane toward Tokyo and towards the disregard of the scholastica pipeline at home.


Also, the Double in the Double Win is my honoring of Darrell Gwynn,Alex Zanardi, and Sam Schmidt as an attempt to run Paralympic Bids towards the Indy 500. Don Garlits, Myself, My Dad, My Grandpas and All My Uncles stood in consensus in the fact if he was not crippled, he'd been World Champion. I think my stance is needing an ID4 in real life to the great like if Darrell Wallace won in Kentucky and needing cartharthy just to get people out of the house for good, not for nothing or Sea Turtles like the Late 1970s.


2016 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


1 Darrell Gwynn NHRA 25 25


2 Alex Zanardi Indy Car 16 16


3 Sam Schmidt Indy Car 14 14


4 Bryan Clauson Indy Car 12 37


5 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 10 139


6 Kenny Delco NHRA 8 8


7 Trista Fenner NHRA 6 6


8 Kenny Koretsky NHRA 5 5


9 Jeff Diehl NHRA 4 4


10 Bob Tasca III NHRA 3 3


11 Max Verstappen F1 2 2


12 Cole Anderson SSS 1 43


2016 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter Bonus Points


1 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 139+ 10=149


2016 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 101+ 6= 107


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


3 Dave Darland USAC 76+4=80


4 Scott Hogan IMCA 72+3=75


5 Bryce Menzies SCORE 68+2=70


6 Greg Anderson NHRA 47+1=48


2016 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


1 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 149 -


2016 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 107 42


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


3 Dave Darland USAC 80 69


4 Scott Hogan IMCA 75 74


5 Bryce Menzies SCORE 70 79


6 Jay Fogleman PASS 54 95


7 Greg Anderson NHRA 48 101


8 Brittany Force NHRA 45 104


9 Cole Anderson SSS 43 106


10 Daniel Suarez XFinity 41 108


11 Bryan Clauson IndyCar 37 112


12 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 37 112


13 Allen Hopp IMCA 35 114


14 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 34 115


15 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 33 116


16 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 30 119


17 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 119


18 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 120


19 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 28 121


20 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 27 122


21 Clayton Green K and N 26 123


22 Danny Lasoski ASCS 26 123


23 Darrell Gwynn NHRA 25 124


24 Jake Johnson AMA Flat Track 25 124


25 Len Darnell,Jr. NHRA 25 124


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Tommy Phillips NHRA 25 124 AT LARGE


27 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 125


28 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 23 126


29 David Ragan Sprint Cup 22 127


30 Doug Kalitta NHRA 22 127


31 Yufeng Lao USF2000 20 129


32 Ron Capps NHRA 20 129


33 Terry McCarl ASCS 20 129


34 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 129


35 Katie Sullivan NHRA 19 130


36 Brendan Gaughn XFinity 19 130


37 Dan Fletcher NHRA 19 130


38 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 19 130


39 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 18 131


40 Felix Serrales Indy Lights 17 132


41 Derrike Cope XFinity 17 132


42 Alex Zanardi Indy Car 16 133


43 Colton Hardy ASCS 16 133


44 Sammy Halpert AMA Flat Track 16 133


45 Weiron Tan Pro Mazda 16 133


46 David Larson NHRA 16 133


47 Ryan Truex Trucks 16 133


48 Ryan Gustin USMTS 16 133


49 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 133


50 Shane Stewart WOO 16 133


51 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 133


52 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 133


53 Sam Schmidt IndyCar 14 135


54 David Barton NHRA 14 135


55 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 135


56 Chad Wienen AMA ATV MX 12 137


57 Zach Veach Indy Lights 12 137


58 Donnie Hamrac Modifieds of Mayhew 12 137


59 Pato O'Ward Pro Mazda 12 137


60 Tim Wilkerson NHRA 12 137


61 Ed Carpenter IndyCar 11 138


62 Allen Johnson NHRA 11 138


63 Del Worsham NHRA 11 138


64 Nehreen Ismail WRC 10 139


65 Molly Carbon AMA Pro Hillcimb 10 139


66 Ayla Agren USF2000 10 139


67 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 10 139


68 John Force NHRA 10 139


69 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 139


70 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 139


71 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 139


72 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 140


73 Kenny Delco NHRA 8 141


74 Pipo Derani USCR 8 141


75 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 141


76 Jason Coleman BITD 8 141


77 John Hunter Nemechek Trucks 8 141


78 Eric McClure XFinity 8 141


79 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 141


80 Harrison Burton K and N 8 141


81 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 8 141


82 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 142


83 Trista Fenner NHRA 6 143


84 Gary Densham NHRA 6 143


85 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 6 143


86 Jason Line NHRA 6 143


87 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 143


88 Kenny Koretsky NHRA 5 144


89 Michael Barnes MotoAmerica 5 144


90 Simon Pagenaud IndyCar 5 144


91 Leah Pritchett NHRA 5 144


92 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 5 144


93 Earl Pearson,Jr. Lucas Oil 5 144


94 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 144


95 Jeff Diehl NHRA 4 145


96 Josh Hayes MotoAmerica 4 145


97 Tony Schumacher NHRA 4 145


98 Bo Butner III NHRA 4 145


99 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 4 145


100 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 145


101 Bob Tasca III NHRA 3 146


102 Robert Hight NHRA 3 146


103 Christina Nielsen USCR 3 146


104 Landon Cassill Sprint Cup 3 146


105 Angelle Sampey NHRA 3 146


106 Shane Clanton WOO Late Models 3 146


107 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 3 146


108 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 146


109 Max Verstappen F1 2 147


110 Amy Ruman Trans Am 2 147


111 Juan Pablo Montoya Indy Car 2 147


112 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 2 147


113 Jeb Burton XFinity 2 147


114 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 147


115 Scott Pruett USCR 2 147


116 Nico Rosberg F1 1 148


Classification Board


Open Wheel 5


US Legend Cars 1


Indy Car 1


ASCS 2


USAC 1


Stock Cars 14


IMCA 3


PASS 1


SSS 1


Carolina Clash 1


NASCAR


XFinity 3


Sprint Cup 4


K and N 1


Off Road Racing 1


SCORE 1


Drag Racing 4


NHRA 4


Motorcycle Racing 1


AMA Flat Track 1


Add Comment  | September 23, 2016
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2016 Week 19 Driver of the Year

Editor's Note: I can't stand why are we out of hand to begin with. And, I think not having crisis management skills in a blameless game, where narcissism is so high that the commissioner or head leader could not be blamed or called out. I know we are getting thin and I know we are getting into a darkly spooky corner and its not no Halloween. The worst worst is to leave those of us with nothing with less than nothing. I mean, too, not everyone could just play anything without reprecussion, and not everyone could be enforcer. The impatience and the rushes of impatience is the harm why we are in tank or midtank. Even if we made our own stuff one way or another, the art of going all the way in is being better in practice, not noise. And without further ado, here is my Week 19 Driver of the Year.


1 Jay Fogleman  PASS  25 54


2 Colton Hardy ASCS   16 16


3 David Barton NHRA   14 14


4 Cole Anderson SSS    12 42


5 David Ragan Sprint Cup 10 22


6 Greg Anderson NHRA 8 47


7 Brittany Force NHRA 6 45


8 Allen Hopp IMCA 5 35


9 Dave Darland USAC 4 76


10 Robert Hight NHRA 3 3


11 Pipo Derani USCR 2 8


12 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 1 23


After 19 of  40 Weeks


1 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 129 -


2 Andy Eckrich     IMCA 101 28


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


3 Dave Darland USAC 76 53


4 Scott Hogan IMCA 72 57


5 Bryce Menzies SCORE 68 61


6 Jay Fogleman PASS 54 75


7 Greg Anderson NHRA 47 82


8 Brittany Force NHRA 45 84


9 Cole Anderson SSS 42 86


10 Daniel Suarez XFinity 41 87


11 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 37 91


12 Allen Hopp IMCA 35 93


13 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 34 94


14 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 33 95


15 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 30 99


16 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 99


17 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 100


18 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 28 101


19 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 27 102


20 Clayton Green K and N 26 103


21 Danny Lasoski ASCS 26 103


22 Jake Johnson AMA Flat Track 25 104


23 Len Darnell,Jr. NHRA 25 104


24 Bryan Clauson IndyCar 25 104


25 Tommy Phillips NHRA 25 104


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 105


27 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 23 106


28 David Ragan Sprint Cup 22 107


29 Doug Kalitta NHRA 22 107


30 Yufeng Lao USF2000 20 109


31 Ron Capps NHRA 20 109


32 Terry McCarl ASCS 20 109


33 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 109


34 Katie Sullivan NHRA 19 110


35 Brendan Gaughn XFinity 19 110


36 Dan Fletcher NHRA 19 110


37 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 19 110


38 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 18 111


39 Felix Serrales Indy Lights 17 112


40 Derrike Cope XFinity 17 112


41 Colton Hardy ASCS 16 113


42 Sammy Halpert AMA Flat Track 16 113


43 Weiron Tan Pro Mazda 16 113


44 David Larson NHRA 16 113


45 Ryan Truex Trucks 16 113


46 Ryan Gustin USMTS 16 113


47 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 113


48 Shane Stewart WOO 16 113


49 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 113


50 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 113


51 David Barton NHRA 14 115


52 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 115


53 Chad Wienen AMA ATV MX 12 117


54 Zach Veach Indy Lights 12 117


55 Donnie Hamrac Modifieds of Mayhem 12 117


56 Pato O'Ward Pro Mazda 12 117


57 Tim Wilkerson NHRA 12 117


58 Ed Carpenter IndyCar 11 118


59 Allen Johnson NHRA 11 118


60 Del Worsham NHRA 11 118


61 Molly Carbon AMA Pro Hillicimb 10 119


62 Nehreen Ismail WRC 10 119


63 Ayla Agren USF2000 10 119


64 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 10 119


65 John Force NHRA 10 119


66 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 119


67 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 119


68 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 119


69 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 120


70 Pipo Derani USCR 8 121


71 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 121


72 Jason Coleman BITD 8 121


73 John Hunter Nemechek Trucks 8 121


74 Eric McClure XFinity 8 121


75 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 121


76 Harrison Burton K and N 8 121


77 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 8 121


78 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 122


79 Gary Densham NHRA 6 123


80 Grant Enfinger Trucks 6 123


81 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 6 123


82 Jason Line NHRA 6 123


83 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 123


84 Michael Barnes MotoAmerica 5 124


85 Simon Pagenaud IndyCar 5 124


86 Leah Pritchett NHRA 5 124


87 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 5 124


88 Earl Pearson,Jr. Lucas Oil 5 124


89 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 124


90 Josh Hayes MotoAmerica 4 125


91 Tony Schumacher NHRA 4 125


92 Bo Butner III NHRA 4 125


93 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 4 125


94 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 125


95 Robert Hight NHRA 3 126


96 Christina Nielsen USCR 3 126


97 Landon Cassill Sprint Cup 3 126


98 Angelle Sampey NHRA 3 126


99 Shane Clanton WOO Late Models 3 126


100 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 3 126


101 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 126


102 Amy Ruman Trans Am 2 127


103 Juan Pablo Montoya Indy Car 2 127


104 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 2 127


105 Jeb Burton XFinity 2 127


106 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 127


107 Scott Pruett USCR 2 127


108 Nico Rosberg F1 1 128


Add Comment  | September 22, 2016
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The Perils of being Pluggy

I know we have to respect our sponsors, but, I doubt Ryan Reed did Comcast any favors by being pluggy. If it where me, I'd send him down to K and N West or the Mexico Series. The fact is Eli Lilly ain't going to keep plugging the repair bill forever. Even though I'd have health issues, too, but, even I know you have to step above nervous.


Nervous is Sesame Street Live Counting all the doctors and nurses that where with the state via High School Diploma, via College Tie or Both. Anxious is wondering if the dominoes of economies are so well done that people could do a better job out of their garage or kitchen. Nervous Anxious is where we at. I wonder if bugging Sacramento is foul like it was home.


I am not the kind who wants to be a home like a homebody. The least anyone could leave a Great Man is respect. I don't want to be trappinged out. Personally, even though curiousity killed the cat, but, it wouldn't have hurt to have Duquion and Springfield, Corny Dogs, Stray Dogs, Junkyard Dogs and Funnel Cakes and all for Labor Day Weekend. But, I feel that high major replacements need to be designed because we'd need to make money because not all of us are brands.


Add Comment  | September 20, 2016
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The Silver Climb

I, IndyMyIndy want to see the Silver Climb to honor 1992 and Alan Kulwicki's Underbird or Lucky 7 here in the Midwest. I am not one who would wait for a light that never came if I could help it, I'd be the one who'd get closer to it or at least, be responsible for it. I think with the toxins (Legal and Illegal) all denying 2042, I'd at least make the ride fun, or the theme park.


I am not one of those you'd tell me how to feel, where to go, where to belong to, or how should I react when upset. The purpose is there is no money at home unless you are really crippled or your relatives need you there and you'd get paid. And, I feel that competing to the best of the ability expected or greater is something us community members should expect. If Mississippi or Baylor keep finding ways to lose it like Nebraska or Purdue, that is something that crosses a lot of peoples ires.


The badism is a lot of people are equal or higher talent or playing ability. And, I think with Kentucky having to swarm Northeast Iowa is not fiction. I'd like to see long lived and long loved sponsors or better yet, flag running Formula One from here at home. I doubt we should be focused on business people who are up in smoke thinking they'd bait Jillions, and do the people that work for those people feel happy at home, either?


Add Comment  | September 19, 2016
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2016 Week 18 Driver of the Year

1 Jake Johnson AMA Flat Track 25 25


2 Sammy Halpert AMA Flat Track 16 16


3 Katie Sullivan           NHRA      14 19


4 Chad Wienen    AMA ATV MX   12 12


5 Molly Carbon AMA Pro Hillclimb 10 10


6 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am        8   8


7 Pipo Derani    USCR                  6   6


8 Michael Barnes  MotoAmerica    5  5


9 Josh Hayes       MotoAmerica  4  4


10 Christina Nielsen USCR        3  3


11 Amy Ruman     Trans Am     2  2


12 Nico Rosberg        F1          1   1


2016 Week 18 Driver of the Year


1 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 129  -


2 Andy Eckrich       IMCA           101 28


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


3 Dave Darland     USAC              72 57


4 Scott Hogan       IMCA              72 57


5 Bryce Menzies   SCORE            68  61


6 Daniel Suarez  XFinity             41  88


7 Brittany Force  NHRA              39 90


8 Greg Anderson NHRA              39 90


9 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup          37 92


10 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup       34  95


11 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup   33 96


12 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 30 99


13 Cole Anderson    SSS             30 99


14 Allen Hopp      IMCA              30 99


15 Justin Allgaier XFinity            30 99


16 Jay Fogleman PASS              29 100


17 McKenna Haase ASCS           29 100


18 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity     28 102


19 Justin LaBonte  Carolina Clash 27 103


20 Clayton Green K and N           26 104


21 Danny Lasoski ASCS             26 104


22 Jake Johnson AMA Flat Track  25 105


23 Len Darnell,Jr.  NHRA            25 105


24 Bryan Clauson IndyCar          25 105


25 Tommy Phillips NHRA            25 105


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 106


27 Doug Kalitta            NHRA        22 108


28 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 22 108


29 Yufeng Lao      USF2000             20 110


30 Ron Capps        NHRA                20  110


31 Terry McCarl    ASCS                 20  110


32 Greger Huttu  iRacing                20 110


33 Katie Sullivan NHRA                  19 111


34 Brendan Gaughn XFinity            19 111


35 Dan Fletcher   NHRA                  19 111


36 Bobby Gerhart ARCA                  19 111


37 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup        18 112


38 Felix Serrales    Indy Lights        17 113


39 Derrike Cope      XFinity             17 113


40 Sammy Halpert AMA Flat Track  16 114


41 Weiron Tan        Pro Mazda        16 114


42 David Larson        NHRA            16 114


43 Ryan Truex         Trucks            16 114


44 Ryan Gustin       USMTS            16 114


45 Jamie Whincup   Aus V8            16 114


46 Shane Stewart   WOO               16 114


47 Jordan Weaver ASCS               16 114


48 Spencer Pumpelly USCR          16  114


49 Conor Daly         IndyCar        14  116


50 Chad Wienen       AMA ATV MX 12  118


51 Zach Veach        Indy Lights     12  118


52 Donnie Hamrac  Modifieds of Mayhem 12 118


53 Pato O'Ward           Pro Mazda      12 118


54 Tim Wilkerson          NHRA           12 118


55 David Ragan          Sprint Cup      12 118


56 Ed Carpenter         Indy Car         11 119


57 Allen Johnson          NHRA           11  119


58 Del Worsham          NHRA           11  119


59 Nehreen Ismail        WRC            10  120


60 Aaron Reutzel        ASCS             10 120


61 Molly Carbon  AMA Pro Hillclimb   10 120


62 Ayla Agren         USF2000           10 120


63 Kyle Larson       Sprint Cup         10 120


64 John Force           NHRA              10 120


65 Johnny Sauter   Trucks               10 120


66 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup      10 120


67 Ryan Blaney        Sprint Cup         9 121


68 Mike Joy    Historic Trans Am        8 122


69 Jason Coleman   BITD                  8 122


70 John Hunter Nemechek Trucks      8 122


71 Eric McClure     XFinity                 8 122


72 Ken Roczen     AMASX                 8 122


73 Harrison Burton K and N             8 122


74 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash         8 122


75 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 123


76 Pipo Derani        USCR                6 124


77 Gary Densham   NHRA               6 124


78 Grant Enfinger  Trucks               6 124


79 Lou Ansel      Stock Car Super Series  6 124


80 Jason Line          NHRA               6 124


81 Brian Scott     Sprint Cup            6 124


82 Michael Barnes MotoAmerica       5 125


83 Simon Pagenaud IndyCar           5 125


84 Leah Pritchett      NHRA             5 125


85 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil    5 125


86 Earl Pearson,Jr.      Lucas Oil      5 125


87 Jimmie Johnson     Sprint Cup    5 125


88 Josh Hayes          Moto America 4 126


89 Tony Schumacher     NHRA        4 126


90 Bo Butner III            NHRA        4 126


91 Chase Elliott         Sprint Cup     4 126


92 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.        NHRA        4  126


93 Christina Nielsen       USCR        3  127


94 Landon Cassill       Sprint Cup    3 127


95 Angelle Sampey       NHRA        3 127


96 Shane Clanton     WOO Late Models 3 127


97 Chris Buescher       Sprint Cup       3 127


98 Jimmy Owens        Lucas Oil          3 127


99 Amy Ruman          Trans Am          2 128


100 Juan Pablo Montoya IndyCar        2 128


101 Dennis Anderson   Monster Jam   2 128


102 Jeb Burton              XFinity          2 128


103 Frank Kimmel         ARCA            2 128


104 Scott Pruett           USCR             1 129


105 Nico Rosberg            F1               1 129


Add Comment  | September 17, 2016
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Stock Car Bowl VIII Standings After 9 of 20 Events

                                                                -         W   P


1 6-Trevor Bayne                          122       -         2    1


2 24-Chase Elliott (R)                    110     12        1


3 52-Joey Gase                             103     19       1


4 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                    102     20       2


5 43-Aric Amirola                         100      22      1


6 32-Bobby LaBonte                       96     26


7 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                  93     29


8 3-Austin Dillon                            92     30


9 38-Landon Cassill                        82    40      1


10 85-Katie Sullivan                      75     47      2    1


11 16-Greg Biffle                           69    53


12 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.           65    57    1     1


13 30-Dominique Van Wierningen  62    60


14 62-Brendan Gaughn                 60   62     1


15 23-David Ragan                       56   66     1


16 63-Bobby Pierce                      53    69     1   


17 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.            53   69     1     1


18  44-Brian Scott (R)                 52   70      1


19 15-Clint Bowyer                     49    73     1


20 87-Joe Nemechek                  44    78


21 1-Jamie McMurray                 38    84     1


22 98-Cole Whitt                        32    90     1


23 34-Chris Buescher (R)            31     91


24 9-Casey Roderick                   31    91


25 28-Mason Mitchell                  31    91


26 55-Michael Waltrip                30    92


27 05-Jay Fogleman                  28    94


28 42-Kyle Larson                    27    95


29 77-Sam Hornish,Jr.              27    95


30 95-Michael McDowell           26    96


31 29-Reed Sorenson              26     96


32 82-Grant Enfinger             26      96


33 78-Martin Truex,Jr.           25     97      1      1


34 12-Gray Gaulding             25     97      1      1


35 36-Buddy Rice                  25    97      1


36 8-John Hunter Nemechek  24   98


37 94-Justin LaBonte             22 100


38 66-Jonathan Davenport     22 100


39 5-Kasey Kahne                22 100


40 46-Michael Annett            18 104


41 39-Ryan Sieg                   17 105


42 2-Brad Keselowski            17 105


43 49-Ryan Ellis                    16 106


44 7-Kelsey Bauer                16 106


45 07-Ray Black,Jr.             16  196


46 56-Ryan Truex              16  106


47 86-Ron Capps              16   106


48 71-Gary Densham       16   106


49 81-Erik Jones             15    107


50 89-Kenzie Ruston      15    107


51 75-Nicole Lyons         15   197


52 31-Ryan Newman      14    108


53 99-Darrell Wallace,Jr.  12   110


54 80-Leah Pritchett         12  110


55 84-Scott Hogan            11 111


56 27-Paul Menard            10 112


57 45-Bo LeMastus           10 112


58 82-Dave Connolly         10 112


59 35-Daniel Hemric         10 112


60 45-Brett Moffitt             9  113


61 48-Jimmie Johnson        9 113


62 39-Patrick Carpentier     8 114


63 83-Matt DiBenedetto      6 116


64 99-Sarah Cornett Ching   6 116


65 13-Casey Mears             6  116


66 77-Katherine Legge        5 117


67 74-Shane Clanton         5 117


68 97-Jesse Little             5 117


69 12-Juan Pablo Montoya 4 118


70 99-Scott Dixon            3 119


71 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 2 120


72 19-Carl Edwards        2 120


73 30-Josh Wise             1 121


74 35-David Gilliand       1 121


 


Add Comment  | September 14, 2016
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Will Springfield and DuQuion stay revelant?

I feel as if the Illinois State Fair's Renovation Price Tag would spook away the Cup Division or Indy Car from Returning, or Entering. I feel as if, too, the agony has entered into my fair city, and gone about destroying it. I don't subscribe to how to feel, where to be told to go without reason, or where to belong. The obvious mannerism is the siren's call of the road and where to go has yet lured me or my discipline.


With this blog not being a Travelog or Travel Blog or Storytelling Blog or for the most part, blogger heavy, I feel that it's bad enough to be bogged down with the day to day. The design is only as good as the people involved.


I am led to will Springfield and DuQuion stay relevant? I think if NASCAR had to replace Darlington down the road, I think the qualifiable candidates would also be if they build a New Minnesota State Fairgrounds and Raceway, Iowa State Fairground Speedway as a bid to modernize the palace for motorsports or a New Wisconsin State Fair and Milwaukee Mile.


And, the hurtful and hurting reality don't lend to Crisis Management. Besides Vinton and Tipton being on the verge of being law and order pickups, they'd be on the verge of having to pick the better seasons for out of towners. The only rub at home, is, who will pick up Pavement Racing?


I wonder if DuQuion would have enough economy to stay sustainable. I know a lot of the USAC Outfits are Illinois and Indiana, but , I feel the Midget Sprint Cars need to make more of an outreach again in my state.


Add Comment  | September 12, 2016
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Coca Cola 600 Stock Car Bowl VIII Finishing Order

1 (33) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)    25           102


2 (8)   43-Aric Amirola                 16    100


3 (29) 34-Chris Buescher (R)        14     31


4 (21) 16-Greg Biffle                    12    69


5 (23) 32-Bobby LaBonte             10     96


6 (31) 8-John Hunter Nemechek      8   32


7 (38) 9-Casey Roderick                 6    31


8 (36) 83-Matt DiBenedetto            5   6


9 (41) 95-Michael McDowell            4  26


10 (3) 31-Ryan Newman                3 17


11 (6) 63-Bobby Pierce                  2 53


12 (14) 28-Mason Mithcell              1 31


13 (35) 62-Brendan Gaughn


14 (13) 27-Paul Menard


15 (27) 12-Gray Gaulding


16 (12) 3-Austin Dillon


17 (16) 97-Jesse Little


18 (7) 99-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


19 (17) 42-Kyle Larson


20 (9) 29-Reed Sorenson


21 (11) 39-Ryan Sieg


22 (18) 38-Landon Cassill


23 (20) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


24 (24) 13-Casey Mears


25 (25) 44-Brian Scott


26 (28) 56-Ryan Truex


27 (26) 87-Joe Nemechek


28 (34) 23-David Ragan


29 (30) 5-Kasey Kahne    325 Crash


30 (32) 2-Brad Keselowski 325 Crash


31 (39) 1-Jamie McMurray 300 Crash


32 (37) 98-Cole Whitt       300 Crash


33 (10) 45-Bo LeMastus   267 Engine


34 (15) 81-Erik Jones       227 Engine


35 (4)  26-Robert Richardson,Jr. 125 Engine


36 (2) 36-Buddy Rice             94 Transmission


37 (19) 77-Sam Hornish,Jr.    88 Engine


38 (3) 49-Ryan Ellis               66 Engine


39 (22) 19-Carl Edwards        43 Engine


40 (42) 10-Danica Patrick      29 Engine


41 (1) 78-Martin Truex,Jr.     17 Engine


42 (43) 14-Tony Stewart        5 Crash


43 (40) 47-AJ Allemindinger   5 Crash


Lap Leaders


Truex,Jr. 1-9


Rice 10-15


Ellis 16-25


Richardson,Jr. 26-36


Newman 37-51


LeMastus 52-60


Pierce 61-68


Wallace,Jr. 69-82


Amirola 83-90


Sorenson 91-100


Sieg 101-108


A. Dillon 109-118


Menard 119-120


Mitchell 121-133


Jones 134-140


Little 141-146


Larson 147-155


Cassill 156-162


Earnhardt,Jr. 163-170


Biffle 171-178


LaBonte 179-192


Mears 193-200


J. Nemechek 201-216


Scott 217-224


Gaulding 225-229


Truex 230-238


Buescher 239


Blaney 240-241


J H Nemechek 242-248


Keselowski 249-251


Blaney 252-256


Ragan 257-261


Gaughn 262-269


DiBenedetto 270


Whitt 271-274


Roderick 275-276


McMurray 277-280


McDowell 281-292


Blaney 293-308


Amirola 309-314


Blaney 315-330


Ragan 331-335


Blaney 336-350


Amirola 351-358


Blaney 359-366


Amiroal 367-380


Blaney 381-382


Amirola 383-388


Blaney 389-400


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Coca Cola 600 Starting Order Stock Car Bowl VIII

Editor's Note: I am still going through my Stat Blogs and even though this from all the way back from Memorial Day and this Red, White, and Blue Weekend to funnel down the uncomfortable slew of emotions like gumbo, and I still would like to see people be Razorback or Raider, if they are anything they weren't ordinarily. Desiigner melted down like we forgot how to be Perry Mason and that throws Future's Future into a loop. I know the Prosperity Pulpit has stayed up for about a year and a half, but, 6 Years is too much with the same thing, if I had to look into the hindsight. We already in a forest, and just slapping a rivalry on that supposed to be year end like leather ain't right to me. It would have been us being quality blind and stuck on our it doesn't make it any more right arc. That is my note.


Row 1


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


36-Buddy Rice


Row 2


49-Ryan Ellis


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


Row 3


31-Ryan Newman


63-Bobby Pierce


Row 4


99-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


43-Aric Amirola


Row 5


29-Reed Sorenson


45-Bo LeMastus


Row 6


39-Ryan Sieg


 3-Austin Dillon


Row 7


27-Paul Menard


28-Mason Mitchell


Row 8


81-Erik Jones


97-Jesse Little


Row 9


42-Kyle Larson


38-Landon Cassill


Row 10


77-Sam Hornish,Jr.


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 11


16-Greg Biffle


19-Carl Edwards


Row 12


32-Bobby LaBonte


13-Casey Mears


Row 13


44-Brian Scott (R)


87-Joe Nemechek


Row 14


12-Gray Gaulding


56-Ryan Truex


Row 15


34-Chris Buescher


 5-Kasey Kahne


Row 16


 8-John Hunter Nemechek


 2-Brad Keselowski


Row 17


21-Ryan Blaney(R)


23-David Ragan


Row 18


62-Brendan Gaughn


83-Matt DiBenedetto


Row 19


98-Cole Whitt


 9-Casey Roderick


Row 20


 1-Jamie McMurray


47-AJ Allemindinger


Row 21


95-Michael McDowell


10-Danica Patrick


Row 22


14-Tony Stewart


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Broke News 2016

I hate to just pick off Jalen Rose's Crisis Mismanagementism with Broken News to Broke News, and too, I wonder by Beyonce's 40th, if we are going to go greater and greater, at least have your own stuff you can afford to lose. And if we are going to have the cream of the crop, at least let them rise, and not just take away a bunch of Young Women's Safety where its Year 3 of "Frozen" and day to day is an ice bucket.


We can't just have big stages for big stages. That is a big problem and I'd rather have the St. Louis over London for Expansion on Sunday. The ethos in being all the way in is not to be in too deep. Someone else's training days help make other people life easier.


If we did only one thing in just keep running like everything a full on wind sprint, I'd know the copyrighters and the other lawyers have problems , too. I don't want to graduate from Brilliant, But Destructive to Destructive, But Destructive. If anyone reformed, prove it.


I want to see reform and inclusion, not reckless and putting bet money on the Billions and Trillions and Jillions like we not going to see it back outside the money being spent with no recourse. I'd like to see the Pro Stock again where even the Nitro Guys and Girls and other Motorsports seriously considered the class again,too.


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Ball Bearings

I feel the two worst things that would get out the ball bearings are boycotts and lawsuits. Usually, between more time and no more time, after a while, no more time would win. World Racing Group's superiority is punctured by the mangling of Super DIRT Week and they did not need Owens and Bloomquist vs. World Racing Group. Lucas Oil is not NASCAR and even though they help people be on the road, but, the ethos in a Sticker Sponsor or a Patch Sponsor is having to work and work hard for it.


I'd think we'd have a New Japan like hold on Sprint Car Racing with USAC being the King Tut and POWRi being not that far behind. I wish people would have an attitude of taking care of their HBCU, or in this case, their Short Track and their heroes. Even if it is good, people do not want too much of the same thing.


Even though the topics are not new, the games are. I'd think the Northeast Paved Modifieds should and would need to return to superiority not just in NASCAR, but Nationally. Even though we have had roses with more people watching Mid Ohio, which keeps them in business than actually attending Mid Ohio, but, Columbus will love you for attending the race and the game and getting out of the house.


I don't like lazygoing going further. Even if I saw someone practice more football than play, but, I'd like to see tangibility. Either we'd be pushed into the road locally or pushed into the road nationally and internationally like we broke through the Space Junk and saw the wonderment and the beauty of space. Even if we didn't have Target tomorrow, at least have me a reason to buy the car and the shirt and the hat easy.


Add Comment  | September 6, 2016
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Stock Car Bowl VIII Standings After Coca Cola 300s

                                                                     -           W          L


1 6- Trevor Bayne                      122               -           2           1


2 24-Chase Elliott (R)                 110              12         1


3 52-Joey Gase                         103              19          1


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.               93               29       


5 3-Austin Dillon                         92              30


6 32-Bobby LaBonte                   86               36


7 43-Aric Amirola                       84               38        1


8 38-Landon Cassill                   82               40        1


9 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                77              45         1


10 85-Katie Sullivan                 75              47         2      1


11 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.     65              57         1      1


12 30-Dominique Van Wieringen   62         60


13 62-Brendan Gaughn              60          62         1


14 16-Greg Biffle                      57          65


15 23-David Ragan                   56         66          1


16 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.        53         69          1       1


17 44-Brian Scott (R)              52         70          1


18 63-Bobby Pierce                51        71           1


19 15-Clint Bowyer                49        73           1


20 87-Joe Nemechek             44        78


21 1-Jamie McMurray            38       84            1


22 98-Cole Whitt                   32      90            1


23 55-Michael Waltrip           30      92


24 28-Mason Mitchell           30      92


25 05-Jay Fogleman            28      94


26 42-Kyle Larson              27      95


27 77-Sam Hornish,Jr.        27     95


28 29-Reed Sorenson         26     96


29 82-Grant Enfinger         26     96


30 78-Martin Truex,Jr.       25    97     1   1


31 12-Gray Gaulding         25   97      1  1


32 36-Buddy Rice             25   97      1


33 9-Casey Roderick        25   97


34 8-John Hunter Nemechek 24 98


35 94-Justin LaBonte     22 100


36 66-Jonathan Davenport 22 100


37 5-Kasey Kahne           22 100


38 95-Michael McDowell  22 100


39 46-Michael Annett      18 104


40 39-Ryan Sieg            17 105


41 34-Chris Buescher (R) 17 105


42 2-Brad Keselowski       17 105


43 49-Ryan Ellis               16 106


44 7-Kelsey Bauer           16 106


45 07-Ray Black,Jr.          16 106


46 56-Ryan Truex            16 106


47 86-Ron Capps            16 106


48 71-Gary Densham       16 106


49 81-Erik Jones              15 107


50 89-Kenzie Ruston       15 107


51 75-Nicole Lyons         15 107


52 31-Ryan Newman      14 108


53 99-Darrell Wallace,Jr. 12 110


54 80-Leah Pritchett    12 110


55 84-Scott Hogan      11 111


56 27-Paul Menard     10 112


57 45-Bo LeMastus     10 112


58 82-Dave Connolly 10 112


59 35-Daniel Hemric 10 112


60 45-Brett Moffitt     9 113


61 48-Jimmie Johnson 9 113


62 39-Patrick Carpentier 8 114


63 99-Sarah Cornett Ching 6 116


64 13-Casey Mears     6 116


65 77-Katherine Legge  5 117


66 74-Shane Clanton 5 117


67 97-Jesse Little  5 117


68 12-Juan Pablo Montoya 4 118


69 99-Scott Dixon 3 119


70 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 2 120


71 19-Carl Edwards 2 120


72 30-Josh Wise 1 121


73 35-David Gilliand 1 121


74 83-Matt DiBenedetto 1 121


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Wanting a Postmodern Trans Am/IMSA and ASA

I feel this Labor Day Weekend looking stalefaced like J. Cole's "No Role Models" over no real ASA or Trans Am/IMSA Restart from scratch up here in the Midwest. Even though Hawkeye Downs has gotten to where they've have an enforceable Late Model Program again, but, I doubt anything will just do and with Newton, having to fight the cone of Daytona Beach. I'd like to see a Postmodern Trans Am/IMSA where you'd don't have to fight over Stars, deal with Sports Car Racing as a "Rich Man's Sport" and then lose the fan base.


You can't deny IndyCar has a healthier BGN with Indy Lights again, and not just dealing with the few race a year trap that let great names fall off. Other than Outlaw Winged Sprint Car Racing being all over the map and not having a good 360 let Knoxville extend their season into Early Fall. And, I'd be livid over not having a safe harbor even now, and its 2016.


You can't deny the outpouring of smarts, but, what I feel is letting the cream rise to the top of the crop instead of little leaguing decisions to the core. And, it doesn't help when the SportsFeed is Friday Football, Saturday Football and not a lot of smaller pros. Nothing against Weekend Football, but, I feel having to fix Tornado Allies or let them happen is more natural. If we are so used to the unbelievable, I feel the believable has been harder and harder to find all the way around.


Add Comment  | September 4, 2016
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Coca Cola Twin 300s Twin #2

1 (12) 36-Buddy Rice                     25                     2nd  25


2 (2)  26-Robert Richardson,Jr.                 16           4th 65


3 (8) 63-Bobby Pierce                              14           6th  51


4 (5) 43-Aric Amirola                               12           8th  84


5 (30) 45-Bo LeMastus                            10           10th 10


6 (10) 3-Austin Dillon                               8            12th 92


7 (13) 28-Mason Mitchell                          6            14th 30


8 (29) 97-Jesse Little                               5            16th 5


9 (4) 38-Landon Cassill                            4            18th 82


10 (9) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                    3            20th 93


11 (27) 19-Carl Edwards                          2            22nd 2


12 (19) 13-Casey Mears                          1            24th  1


13 (11) 87-Joe Nemechek                                     26th


14 (17) 56-Ryan Truex                                         28th


15 (14) 5-Kasey Kahne                                         30th


16 (16) 2-Brad Keselowski                                     32nd


17 (6) 23-David Ragan      180 Engine                     34th


18 (21) 83-Matt DiBenedetto 100 Engine                 36th


19 (25) 9-Casey Roderick        83 Crash                  38th


20 (28) 47-AJ Allemindinger    83 Crash                  40th


21 (23) 10-Danica Patrick       56 Engine                 42nd


NOT CLASSIFIED


22 (3) 24-Chase Elliott (R)             37 Crash


23 (7) 15-Clint Bowyer                  37 Crash


24 (1) 6-Trevor Bayne                  25 Transmission


25 (15) 46-Michael Annett            18 Crash


26 (18) 48-Jimmie Johnson          18 Crash


27 (20) 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)   18 Crash


28 (22) 22-Joey Logano                18 Crash


29 (24) 41-Kurt Busch                   18 Crash


30 (26) 11-Denny Hamlin             10 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Bayne 1-3


Richardson,Jr. 4-8


Elliott 9-13


Cassill 14-20


Amirola 21-29


Ragan 30-41


Pierce 42-49


Earnhardt,Jr. 50-57


A. Dillon 58-69


J. Nemechek 70-77


Rice 78-89


Mitchell 90-103


Kahne 104-110


Keselowski 111-116


Edwards 117-122


Little 123-126


LeMastus 127-138


Rice 139-150


Truex 151-162


Rice 163-173


LeMastus 174-184


Rice 185-200


Editors' Note: Buddy Rice would be if this where a real race the 1st Non Cup Indy and Charlotte Winner in IMS and Charlotte Motor Speedway History.


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Electric Aura

I hate to just blog to blog empty, but, what about Electric Aura? I feel most every Winter, most of us want an Angels-Nationals World Series and here in Cedar Rapids and Arkansas, they love Mike Trout as much as they hate Bryce Harper. Or, for 4 Springs This Decade, wanting a Houston Texans-Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl, except both never materalize and I am or we are in general upset they never materalized worse than if they actually happened.


I'd want to see Daniel Suarez in Cup, Sam Hornish,Jr. back in Cup or IndyCar again and triumphantly, and hailing Alex Zanardi's Paralympic Indy 500 Bid. Worse, if I am jilted over and over and over and over and again and again and again and again and OH YEAH, AGAIN, I'd feel as if Pastor Troy would have been needed to pump up the energy.


1. I am that serious and 2. That serious over wanting Electric Athletes over Entertaining Athletes. Personally, I get buried in the attitude and a lot of people are too cool to care. And, I feel as if, too, why not get non-sports fans or those on the fence more better. If there is no money at home, why stay there? The truth is we need to make money and feel that we'd belong or be any anything in the process.


Add Comment  | August 31, 2016
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Coca Cola Twin 300 #1 Finishing Order

1 (31) 78-Martin Truex,Jr.       25                   1st 25


2 (32) 49-Ryan Ellis                         16          3rd 16


3 (24) 31-Ryan Newman                  14          5th 14


4 (28) 99-Darrell Wallace,Jr.            12          7th 12


5 (19) 29-Reed Sorenson                 10         9th 26


6 (21) 39-Ryan Sieg                         8         11th 17


7 (22) 27-Paul Menard                     6          13th 10


8 (20) 81-Erik Jones                        5          15th 15


9 (14) 42-Kyle Larson                      4          17th 27


10 (14) 77-Sam Hornish,Jr.              3          19th 27


11 (14) 16-Greg Biffle                      2          21st  57


12 (10) 32-Bobby LaBonte                1         23rd  86


13 (7) 44-Brian Scott  (R)                           25th


14 (3) 12-Gray Gaulding                             27th


15 (18) 34-Chris Buescher (R)                    29th


16 (13) 8-John Hunter Nemechek               31st


17 (5) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                         33RD


18 (6) 62-Brendan Gaughn                        35th


19 (9) 98-Cole Whitt                                 37th


20 (8) 1-Jamie McMurray                           39th


21 (17) 95-Michael McDowell                     41st


22 (26) 14-Tony Stewart                          43rd


NOT CLASSIFIED


23 ( 4) 52-Joey Gase                       150 Engine


24 (23) 30-Josh Wise                        92 Crash


25 (1) 85-Katie Sullivan                    73 Crash


26 (2) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr,           67 Transmission


27 (25) 4-Kevin Harvick                    33 Crash


28 (27) 7-Regan Smith                    33 Crash


29 (30) 20-Matt Kenseth                  24 Engine


30 (29) 18-Kyle Busch                     13 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Sullivan 1-6


Stenhouse,Jr. 7-10


Gaulding 11-15


Gase 16-21


Blaney 22-29


Sullivan 30-36


Gaughn 37-44


Scott 45-51


McMurray 52-59


Whitt 60-64


LaBonte 65-70


Biffle 71-78


Hornish,Jr. 79-94


Biffle 95-109


J H Nemechek 110-119


Larson 120-131


McDowell 132


Buescher 133-140


Sorenson 141-153


Jones 154-158


Sorenson 159-167


Sieg 168-172


Sorenson 173-174


Menard 175-177


Sieg 178-180


Newman 181-183


Sorenson 184-189


Wallace,Jr. 190-193


Truex,Jr. 194-196


Ellis 197-199


Truex,Jr. 200


Add Comment  | August 29, 2016
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Self Esteem and Ethics

I feel Self Esteem and Ethics ties arm in arm. It is buildings,man. You can't have a community neurotic enough to have just as many people out of the house as there is in the house. In that case, people would relish to find a way out of town,man. Everyone has to be out of town at one point or another.


It feels like anyone could be Champion. But, I want to at least take it higher to All Time Champion and Greatness. If we really let the cream of the crop rise to the top, some of our Women Athletes would be a better Joey Harrington in the Middle of New York City. If we really where better, we'd at least be past the Generation X War Games.


The moral of Storybooks is you can't have witches lurking. But, witches do hide wherever people don't want them.


I feel like, usually, why can't we have recommendations? Why can't we do committments instead of baby our way out and try to claim Fouls that only make the office matters worse? I don't see Disposable Income getting houses. Even if we where rollin' for real, I doubt we'd turn it into Property and there is reason we make money and it all involves discipline.


Add Comment  | August 28, 2016
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Stock Car Super Cup's Big Winter

I feel with no Rockingham this year, Stock Car Super Cup is in for a Big Winter. That is not good.


Even though I feel as if I would have been just as the Motorsports Equal of a Street Basketball Player, but, there are plenty of unsolved matters of business.


To start, I don't like how the better race days I'd want to call up are still blocked. I think what is annoying to me is Rain Delays, and not having a good live TV Flip.


And, I feel as if I am liking to see Cup Run Eldora, Knoxville, Springfield Mile and DuQuion, too, and if Bojangle's does not reup or the desire to find a replacement sponsor for the Southern 500 is not there.


Better yet, I'd like to see Conor Daly or Simon Pagenaud at least make a Charlotte Race Start if IndyCar where to defrost their views on Charlotte, which in the earlier stint was the lowest TV Ratings in the Sport.


For the people in the Stock Car Super Cup, I wonder is the USAR again or would CARS pick the slack? I don't mean to stir the pot over not having one track, but, are they trying to stay up or do we need new venues.


Add Comment  | August 24, 2016
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Coca Cola Twin 300s (200 Laps) Orders

Twin #1


Row 1


85-Katie Sullivan


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 2


12-Gray Gaulding


52-Joey Gase


Row 3


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


62-Brendan Gaughn


Row 4


44-Brian Scott (R)


  1-Jamie McMurray


Row 5


98-Cole Whitt


32-Bobby LaBonte


Row 6


16-Greg Biffle


77-Sam Hornish,Jr.


Row 7


 8-John Hunter Nemechek


42-Kyle Larson


Row 8


95-Michael McDowell


34-Chris Buescher (R)


Row 9


29-Reed Sorenson


81-Erik Jones


Row 10


39-Ryan Sieg


27-Paul Menard


Row 11


30-Josh Wise


31-Ryan Newman


Row 12


4-Kevin Harvick


14-Tony Stewart


Row 13


 7-Regan Smith


99-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


Row 14


18-Kyle Busch


20-Matt Kenseth


Row 15


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


49-Ryan Ellis


Twin 2


Row 1


 6-Trevor Bayne


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


Row 2


24-Chase Elliott


38-Landon Cassill


Row 3


43-Aric Amirola


23-David Ragan


Row 4


15-Clint Bowyer


63-Bobby Pierce


Row 5


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


 3-Austin Dillon


Row 6


87-Joe Nemechek


36-Buddy Rice


Row 7


28-Mason Mitchell


 5-Kasey Kahne


Row 8


46-Michael Annett


 2-Brad Keselowski


Row 9


56-Ryan Truex


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 10


13-Casey Mears


33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)


Row 11


83-Matt DiBenedetto


22-Joey Logano


Row 12


10-Danica Patrick


41-Kurt Busch


Row 13


 9-Casey Roderick


11-Denny Hamlin


Row 14


19-Carl Edwards


47-AJ Allemindinger


Row 15


97-Jesse Little


45-Bo LeMastu


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2016 Week 17 Driver of the Year

1 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 25 129


2 Dave Darland USAC 16 72


3 Brittany Force NHRA 14 39


4 Donnie Hamrac Modifieds of Mayhem 12 12


5 Yufeng Lao USF2000 10 20


6 Weiron Tan Pro Mazda 8 16


7 Zach Veach Indy Lights 6 12


8 Ed Carpenter IndyCar 5 11


9 Scott Hogan IMCA 4 72


10 Landon Cassill Sprint Cup 3 3


11 Clayton Green K and N 2 26


12 Felix Serrales Indy Lights 1 17


After 17 of 40 Events


1 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 129 -


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 101 28


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


3 Dave Darland USAC 72 57


4 Scott Hogan IMCA 72 57


5 Bryce Menzies SCORE 68 61


6 Daniel Suarez XFinity 41 88


7 Brittany Force NHRA 39 90


8 Greg Anderson NHRA 39 90


9 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 37 92


10 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 34 95


11 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 33 96


12 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 30 99


13 Cole Anderson SSS 30 99


14 Allen Hopp IMCA 30 99


15 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 99


16 Jay Fogleman PASS 29 100


17 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 100


18 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 28 101


19 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 27 102


20 Clayton Green K and N 26 103


21 Danny Lasoski ASCS 26 103


22 Len Darnell,Jr. NHRA 25 104


23 Bryan Clauson IndyCar 25 104


24 Tommy Phillips NHRA 25 104


25 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 105


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Doug Kalitta NHRA 22 107


27 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 22 107


28 Yufeng Lao USF2000 20 109


29 Ron Capps NHRA 20 109


30 Terry McCarl ASCS 20 109


31 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 109


32 Brendan Gaughn XFinity 19 110


33 Dan Fletcher NHRA 19 110


34 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 19 110


35 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 18 111


36 Felix Serrales Indy Lights 17 112


37 Derrike Cope XFinity 17 112


38 Weiron Tan Pro Mazda 16 113


39 David Larson NHRA 16 113


40 Ryan Truex Trucks 16 113


41 Ryan Gustin USMTS  16 113


42 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 113


43 Shane Stewart WOO 16 113


44 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 113


45 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 113


46 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 115


47 Donnie Hamrac Modifieds of Mayhem 12 117


48 Zach Veach Indy Lights 12 117


49 Pato O'Ward Pro Mazda 12 117


50 Tim Wilkerson NHRA 12 117


51 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 117


52 Ed Carpenter Indy Car 11 118


53 Allen Johnson NHRA 11 118


54 Del Worsham NHRA 11 118


55 Ayla Agren USF2000 10 119


56 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 10 119


57 John Force NHRA 10 119


58 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 119


59 Nehreen Ismail WRC 10 119


60 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 119


61 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 119


62 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 120


63 Jason Coleman BITD 8 121


64 John Hunter Nemechek Trucks 8 121


65 Eric McClure XFinity 8 121


66 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 121


67 Harrison Burton K and N 8 121


68 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 8 121


69 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 122


70 Gary Densham NHRA 6 123


71 Grant Enfinger Trucks 6 123


72 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 6 123


73 Jason Line NHRA 6 123


74 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 123


75 Katie Sullivan NHRA 5 124


76 Simon Pagenaud IndyCar 5 124


77 Leah Pritchett NHRA 5 124


78 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 5 124


79 Earl Pearson,Jr. Lucas Oil 5 124


80 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 4 125


81 Tony Schumacher NHRA 4 125


82 Bo Butner III NHRA 4 125


83 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 4 125


84 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 125


85 Landon Cassill Sprint Cup 3 126


86 Angelle Sampey NHRA 3 126


87 Shane Clanton WOO Late Model 3 126


88 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 3 126


89 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 126


90 J P Montoya Indy Car 2 127


91 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 2 127


92 Jeb Burton XFinity 2 127


93 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 127


94 Scott Pruett USCR 2 127


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Is Anyone Concerned about the State of Road Racing?

The bad thing, is no matter how many years, losing Mark Donohue still hurts. And, to add insult to injury, he would have been 80 Next Year if he where alive today and Mickey Thompson would have been 90 in 2 Years. I know NASCAR is trying to think on the defensive and try to add more Road Races for Cup and Trucks. Other than Protecting Atlanta and elevating Sebring, I feel as if no one's given Sports Car Racing more than their checkbook.


I can't stand why WeatherTech, the team has to sit for WeatherTech, the Sponsor. Ethically, do I see it as fair? NO! Do I want to see Sports Car Racing at least redesigned, if not restarted, to be properly financed? YES-SIR!


The Summer Motorcycles are not any more better. If I was Ferrari, I would have second thoughts on bagging this year. If I was Ferrari, I'd be considering Alexander Rossi before Penske has half a chance. Would Monaco be an IndyCar or Sports Car Race if F1 didn't hold their side of the bargain?


Even though we where successful at overcrowding Supercross, but, I want to see a fair chance at outgrowth. If we where really counting every dollar like every vote, we'd have to keep playing every year just so we could do what we want to do and keep winning every year. The overcrowd of funnies are nothing funny to Generation X and Y's Women.


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Going All the Way In

I feel even though I will get to my Stat Blogs, but, I feel as if I have to go all the way in on making a stand or a stance. The bad thing is contracts come and go, but, most successful athletes or facilities have at least 1 Grocery or Food Sponsor. I'd love to see some serious outgrowth like we where repressed, but, who'd handle success or futility right is tough.


I doubt buying cred like a tennis star when you have to outsell or make the heightened number to make money is a good image. While we are on image, if anyone did Winter like a Summer Olympian like Reese's has fun with Lindsay Vonn over doing Summer like a Winter Olympian, they'd have problems.


Are we in enough of a place to do our own moves or let success have to perpetually soak like Public League Football before we even get a say in our own stuff? And, if we have the toughest class to win in the USA, people have to think long and hard over strategy,


If it was easy enough for Bobby LaBonte to match his 1991 BGN Championship with a 2017 XFinity Championship, I'd like that. But, I don't necessarily know who is a fixture in the future.


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The Appeal

I, IndyMyIndy, the blogger feel every decision is a personal decision, which is a better way of saying that the fans usually reject Hollywood's unnecessary and otherwise unwelcome intrusion in NASCAR's TV Contracts. And, I hate to get politcal, but, being too cool to reverse NAFTA and other employment ambulatory crutches just to play head games with the everyday is NOT and will NOT be a good image.


I want to see if there'd be a legit sense of education with going overseas, not just partying until we crash the deck. Copping the worse behaviors is not a good image at all. I know in my pet projects of wanting to see the actual world play a hand in actual pro sports or having International College Football Matchups in real life. The magic word on the street is REFORM, not RECKLESS.


Also, we didn't have a united IndyCar, and Sports Cars are still sicker than a dog. Can I take, let alone mindlessly hack Tony George and Brian Barnhart drinking until their is no liver in either one of them? Or a mindless media specialist keep us from the Sports Cars?


I don't understand why we'd still run Pocono when its insecure. St. Louis needs people and I feel my covenant is don't change my race, the Brickyard 400, unless its back to August. I'd want to approach like its the Indiana Version of the Bayou Classic, trappings and all. But, the problem is what sponsors and what fans care to feel to be wanted in the end.


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Elliott Sadler vs. Helio Castroneves: Who Will Win their First Season Title First (Or At All)?

The fact I am bringing up the fact Elliott Sadler and Helio Castroneves not being Season Champions in Stock Car or Open Wheel is flooring, even in 2016. Also, with bringing rivalry and competition back into the American Sporting Fray again in the most polluted 6 Years with Behind the Scenes Moves (Mostly Bad) and Detrimental Headlines, too.


I feel that, too, I even wanted Dan Fletcher to win 30 Final Rounds. I find with Weekend Football, the 30 to 45 Year Careers falling off into the wild is no honor. I don't feel comfortable with OUR Track and Field being on the negative side of the highlight going on a dozen years. And, what is more negative is people have a habit of shutting you out over the negativity only because it has been going on for so long.


We hadn't really mourned losing Ed Snider for truth outside maybe Philadelphia. That is more stinging than having the word Cancer in a Country Song. And, we can't completely whitewater the past, CART or even the Landis-Armstrong War that demolished what was a huge Cycling Lead.


Of all the things we wanted but couldn't have outside AI back in the NBA, I wonder if stealing the wheel to the win or stealing the mentality of the unfinished circuit of the late Bryan Clauson and not being able to view Jason Johnson's Knoxville Upset other than believing 2017 will be a relief. I don't ever want to be stuck in a new period that is too cool to reverse the lobs like the Clippers of our Parents and Grandparents, which is not a good image at all.


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2016 Week 16 Driver of the Year

1 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 25 34


2 Felix Serrales Indy Lights 16 16


3 Doug Kalitta NHRA 14 22


4 Pato O'Ward Pro Mazda 12 12


5 Yufeng Lao USF2000 10 10


6 Weiron Tan Pro Mazda 8 8


7 Gary Densham NHRA 6 6


8 Katie Sullivan NHRA 5 5


9 Tony Schumacher NHRA 4 4


10 Angelle Sampey NHRA 3 3


11 Juan Pablo Montoya Indy Car 2 2


12 Allen Johnson NHRA 1 11


1 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 104 -


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 101 3


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


3 Scott Hogan IMAC 68 36


4 Bryce Menzies SCORE 64 40


5 Dave Darland USAC 56 48


6 Daniel Suarez XFinity 41 63


7 Greg Anderson NHRA 39 65


8 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 37 67


9 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 34 70


10 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 33 71


11 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 30 74


12 Cole Anderson SSS 30 74


13 Allen Hopp IMCA 30 74


14 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 74


15 Jay Fogleman PASS 29 75


16 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 75


17 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 28 76


18 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 27 77


19 Danny Lasoski ASCS 26 78


20 Brittany Force NHRA 25 79


21 Len Darnell,Jr. NHRA 25 79


22 Bryan Clauson IndyCar 25 79


23 Tommy Phillips NHRA 25 79


24 Clayton Green K and N 24 80


25 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 80


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Doug Kalitta NHRA 22 82


27 Dominique Van Wieringen 22 82


28 Ron Capps NHRA 20 84


29 Terry McCarl ASCS 20 84


30 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 84


31 Brendan Gaughn XFinity 19 85


32 Dan Fletcher NHRA 19 85


33 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 19 85


34 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 18 86


35 Derrike Cope XFinity 17 87


36 Felix Serrales Indy Lights 16 88


37 David Larson NHRA 16 88


38 Ryan Truex Trucks 16 88


39 Ryan Gustin USMTS 16 88


40 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 88


41 Shane Stewart WOO 16 88


42 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 88


43 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 88


44 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 90


45 Pato O'Ward Pro Mazda 12 92


46 Tim Wilkerson NHRA 12 92


47 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 92


48 Allen Johnson NHRA 11 93


49 Del Worsham NHRA 11 93


50 Yufeng Lao USF2000 10 94


51 Ayla Agren USF2000 10 94


52 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 10 94


53 John Force NHRA 10 94


54 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 94


55 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 94


56 Nehreen Ismail WRC 10 94


57 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 94


58 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 95


59 Weiron Tan Pro Mazda 8 96


60 Jason Coleman BITD 8 96


61 John Hunter Nemechek Trucks 8 96


62 Eric McClure XFinity 8 96


63 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 96


64 Harrison Burton K and N 8 96


65 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 8 96


66 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 97


67 Gary Densham NHRA 6 98


68 Zach Veach Indy Lights 6 98


69 Grant Enfinger Trucks 6 98


70 Ed Carpenter IndyCar 6 98


71 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 6 98


72 Jason Line NHRA 6 98


73 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 98


74 Katie Sullivan NHRA 5 99


75 Simon Pagenaud IndyCar 5 99


76 Leah Pritchett NHRA 5 99


77 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 5 99


78 Earl Pearson,Jr. Lucas Oil 5 99


79 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 99


80 Tony Schumacher NHRA 4 100


81 Bo Butner III NHRA 4 100


82 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 4 100


83 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 100


84 Angelle Sampey NHRA 3 101


85 Shane Clanton WOO Late Model 3 101


86 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 3 101


87 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 101


88 Juan Pablo Montoya IndyCar 2 102


89 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 2 102


90 Jeb Burton XFinity 2 102


91 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 102


92 Scott Pruett USCR 2 102


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Drag Race Bowl II NHRA Fast 16 After 3 of 6 Events

1 PSM Katie Sullivan  320  16-2 1


2 FC Jeff Diehl           260  13-3 2


3 TF Chris Karamesines 180  9-1 3


4 TF Brittany Force       140  7-2 4


5 PSC Shane Gray        140  7-3 5


6 PSC V. Gaines           120  6-3 6


7 FC Cruz Pedregon      100  5-3 7


8 PSC Greg Anderson   100   5-3 8


9 TF Kebin Kinsley         80   4-1 9


10 PSM LE Tonglet        80    4-1 10


11 PSM Melissa Surber  80   4-3 11


12 PSM Karen Stoffer  80     4-3 12


13 FC Tommy Johnson,Jr. 80 4-3 13


14 FC Matt Hagan       80 4-3 14


15 TF Dave Connolly   80 4-3 15


16 TF Tony Schumacher 80 4-3 16


Dropped Out: No One


Add Comment  | August 14, 2016
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Drag Race Bowl II Standings After 3 of 6 Events

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle                       -           W-L


1 Katie Sullivan  320                        -           16-2


2 LE Tonglet        80                     240            4-1


3 Melissa Surber  80                     240            4-3


4 Karen Stoffer    80                    240            4-3


5 Hector Arana,Jr.  60                  260            3-3


6 Andrew Hines      60                  260            3-3


7 Steve Johnson     60                  260            3-3


8 Angelle Sampey   40                 280            2-3


9 Chip Ellis            40                  280           2-3


10 Mike Berry       20                   300           1-1


11 Matt Smith      20                   300           1-1


12 Gerald Savoie  20                  300            1-2


13 James Underdahl 20               300           1-2


14 Shawn Gann       20               300            1-2


15 Eddie Krawiec     20              300            1-3


16 Scotty Pollacheck 20            300            1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Michael Phillips      0           320            0-1


18 Joe DeSantis        0           320             0-1


19 Angie Smith         0           320             0-2


20 Hector Arana,Sr. 0            320             0-3


2 Funny Car                           -               W-L


1 Jeff Diehl            260          -             13-3


2 Cruz Pedregon    100        160             5-3


3 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 80      180            4-3


4 Matt Hagan             80     180            4-3


5 Bob Tasca III          60    200            3-3


6 Gary Densham       60   200             3-3


7 Tim Wilkerson       60   200             3-3


8 John Force           40   220             2-3


9 Ron Capps          40    220             2-3


10 Todd Simpson   20 240               1-1


11 Bob Bode,Jr.     20 240                1-1


12 Dave Richards   20 240                1-1


13 Jeff Arend          20 240               1-1


14 Chad Head         20 240               1-2


15 Alexis Dejoria     20 240               1-2


16 Courtney Force   20 240                1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 James Campbell   0 260                0-1


18 Del Worsham       0 260                0-2


19 Jack Beckman      0 260                0-2


20 John Hale            0 260                 0-2


21 Robert Hight        0 260                 0-3


3 Top Fuel                    -                    W-L


1 Chris Karamesines  180     -             9-1


2 Brittany Force        140     40           7-2


3 Kebin Kinsley           80    100         4-1


4 Dave Connolly          80   100          4-3


5 Tony Schumacher     80   100          4-3


6 Steve Torrence         60   120          3-3


7 Leah Pritchett           60   120          3-3


8 Doug Kalitta             60   120          3-3


9 Clay Millican             40   140          2-3


10 Antron Brown         40   140          2-3


11 Troy Buff               40   140          2-3


12 Shawn Langdon     40   140          2-3


13 Terry Haddock       20   160          1-1


14 Scott Palmer         20   160          1-2


15 .J.R. Todd             20   160          1-2


16 Terry McMillen       20   160          1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Rob Passey            0    180          0-1


18 Steve Chrisman      0    180          0-1


19 Steve Faria             0    180         0-1


20 Richie Crampton      0    180        0-2


21 Morgan Lucas         0     180        0-2


4 Pro Stock Car                    -        W-L


1 Shane Gray       140          -        7-3


2 V. Gaines          120        20        6-3


3 Greg Anderson   100       40        5-3


4 Drew Skillman      80      60        4-3


5 Kenny Delco        80       60        4-3


6 Kenny Koretsky   60       80        3-1


7 Vincent Nobile    60        80        3-2


8 Bo Butner III      60       80         3-3


9 Allen Johnson     40     100         2-3


10 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.  40    100         2-3


11 Curt Steinbach   20    120         1-1


12 John Gaydosh, Jr. 20  120         1-1


13 Jason Line           20   120         1-3


14 Aaron Strong       20    120        1-3


15 Matthew Hartford  20   120       1-3


16 Chris McGaha       20    120       1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Joey Grose            0      160      0-1


18 Alex Laughlin         0     160      0-2


19 Erica Enders Stevens 0  160      0-2


20 Deric Kramer         0     160       0-2


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Drag Race Bowl II Southern Nationals Finals

Katie Sullivan over Jeff Diehl



This is a battle of 2 Racers who in actual Mello Yello Series Final Round Win History, would have combined for 0 Final Round Victories.


And, with Katie Sullivan's 1st Win, this is the 3rd Straight first NHRA National Event Win in the Drag Race Bowl Series.


And, the next round of blog is the Drag Race Bowl II Standings after 3 of 6 Events.


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Drag Race Bowl II NHRA Fast 16 After Conf Finals

1 PSM Katie Sullivan 300 15-2 1


2 FC Jeff Diehl         260 13-2 2


3 TF Chris Karamesines 180 9-1 3


4 TF Brittany Force 140 7-2 5 +1


5 PSC Shane Gray 140 7-3 4 -1


6 PSC V. Gaines   120 6-3 6


7 FC Cruz Pedregon 100 5-3 7


8 PSC Greg Anderson 100 5-3 8


9 TF Kebin Kinsley 80 4-1 9


10 PSM LE Tonglet 80 4-1 10


11 PSM Melissa Surber 80 4-3 11


12 PSM Karen Stoffer 80 4-3 12


13 FC Tommy Johnson,Jr. 80 4-3 13


14 FC Matt Hagan 80 4-3 14


15 TF Dave Connolly 80 4-3 15


16 TF Tony Schumacher 80 4-3 16


Dropped Out: No One


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Drag Race Bowl II Standings After Conf Finals

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle                          -       W-L


1 Katie Sullivan                  300            -     15-2


2 LE Tonglet                        80         220      4-1


3 Melissa Surber                  80        220      4-3


4 Karen Stoffer                   80         220      4-3


5 Hector Arana,Jr.               60        240      3-3


6 Andrew Hines                  60        240       3-3


7 Steve Johnson                 60        240       3-3


8 Angelle Sampey              40        260       2-2


9 Chip Ellis                        40        260       2-3


10 Mike Berry                   20        280       1-1


11 Matt Smith                  20        280       1-1


12 Gerald Savoie             20        280        1-2


13 James Underdahl        20        280        1-2


14 Shawn Gann              20       280         1-2


15 Eddie Krawiec            20      280          1-3


16 Scotty Pollacheck      20      280           1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Michael Phillips         0       300           0-1


18 Joe DeSantis           0        300           0-1


19 Angie Smith           0         300          0-2


20 Hector Arana,Sr.    0         300          0-3


2 Funny Car Standings            -           W-L


1 Jeff Diehl                  260    -          13-2


2 Cruz Pedregon          100  160          5-3


3 Tommy Johnson,Jr.     80 180          4-3


4 Matt Hagan                80 180          4-3


5 Bob Tasca III             60 200          3-2


6 Gary Densham           60 200          3-3


7 Tim Wilkerson             60 200        3-3


8 John Force                 40 220        2-3


9 Ron Capps                40 220         2-3


10 Todd Simpson         20 240        1-1


11 Bob Bode,Jr.          20  240       1-1


12 Dave Richards       20 240        1-1


13 Jeff Arend            20  240        1-1


14 Chad Head           20 240        1-2


15 Alexis DeJoria      20 240        1-2


16 Courtney Force   20 240        1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 James Campbell   0 260        0-1


18 Del Worsham       0 260        0-2


19 Jack Beckman     0 260         0-2


20 John Hale           0 260         0-2


21 Robert Hight     0 260            0-3


3 Top Fuel Standings          -   W-L


1 Chris Karamesines 180  -   9-1


2 Brittany Force        140 40 7-2


3 Kebin Kinsley         80 100 4-1


4 Dave Connolly       80 100 4-3


5 Tony Schumacher 80 100 4-3


6 Steve Torrence     60 120 3-3


7 Leah Pritchett      60 120 3-3


8 Doug Kalitta         60 120 3-3


9 Clay Millican        40 140 2-3


10 Antron Brown   40 140 2-3


11 Troy Buff         40 140 2-3


12 Shawn Langdon 40 140 2-3


13 Terry Haddock  20 160 1-1


14 Scott Palmer   20 160 1-2


15 .J.R. Todd       20 160 1-2


16 Terry McMillen 20 160 1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Rob Passey    0 180 0-1


18 Steve Chrisman  0 180 0-1


19 Steve Faria       0 180 0-1


20 Richie Crampton 0 180 0-2


21 Morgan Lucas    0 180 0-2


4 Pro Stock Car         -    W-L


1 Shane Gray  140   -    7-3


2 V. Gaines     120  20  6-3


3 Greg Anderson 100 40 5-3


4 Drew Skillman   80 60 4-3


5 Kenny Delco     80 60 4-3


6 Kenny Koretsky 60 80 3-1


7 Vincent Nobile  60 80 3-2


8 Bo Butner III  60 80 3-3


9 Allen Johnson 40 100 2-3


10 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 40 100 2-3


11 Curt Steinbach 20 120 1-1


12 John Gaydosh,Jr. 20 120 1-1


13 Jason Line 20 120 1-3


14 Aaron Strong 20 120 1-3


15 Matthew Hartford 20 120 1-3


16 Chris McGaha 20 120 1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Joey Grose 0 140 0-1


18 Alex Laughlin 0 140 0-2


19 Erica Enders Stevens 0 140 0-2


20 Deric Kramer 0 140 0-2


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Losing Bryan Clauson, Junior the Business Shares and What SHOULD Hendrick Do?

As everyone heard, Bryan Clauson died Monday Morning. I feel just as ghasted over why this Summer mysteriously has no energy and I'd love to pound answers out. I feel just as glared over what I've already known since 5 had to be a Science Study on why the NCAA Investigations had to involve Football or Men's Basketball or Both and why is it in the news?


I feel just as spooked over not having Dale Jr. and the fact not having Dale Jr. is not helping the people that need Dale Jr. to work for them to feel good about their jobs. It is not like Tony Stewart, but, I think Kelley Earnhardt Elledge will be in the picture like always more so than Dale Jr.'s Fiancee, Amy Reiman. I don't mean to name drop like that, but, I feel Kelley would have a hand forever.


And, even though I want Josh Berry to be a Bristol and Darlington Substitute for Dale Earnhardt,Jr. , only because WABC has to make their move or Century City will. If not Jeff Gordon, which I have a feeling Jeff Gordon 88 Merchandise would swing off the truck, much less his name would be on the car for the balance of 2016, but, I still want Alex Bowman to flex his muscles and become Dale Jarrett like Regan Smith did. Speaking of auditions, I'd want to audition Elliott Sadler for the Trucks or Cup because I want to keep account of the next 15 to 20 Years, or so the story goes.


Editor's Note: This is not a fun or funny time, and I feel with all due respects to the Clauson Family for their loss and Dirt Track Racing in General having to deal with the loss,too. I feel it will steel (not steal like bubblegum or candy, even though theft is illegal no matter how small it is or large it is.) the talent rise of the Future Indy 500s and not just the same old no names. I feel, in this journalizing is Finish the Circular Insanity. Nothing more, nothing less, and properly order the ranks again.


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Drag Race Bowl II Southern Nationals Conf Finals

Stock


Katie Sullivan over Shane Gray


Nitro


Jeff Diehl over Kebin Kinsley


Southern Nationals Finals


Katie Sullivan vs. Jeff Diehl


I'd like to see where in actual earthly NHRA where you'd have 2 Risers from Other Guys or Girls rise into Superstars in a big way. Also, I think vehicle counts couldn't be as big of an issue as they are now.


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Drag Race Bowl II NHRA Top 16 After Class Finals

1 PSM Katie Sullivan 300 15-2 1


2 FC Jeff Diehl         260  13-2 2


3 TF Chris Karamesines 180 9-1 3


4 TF Brittany Force       140 7-2 5 +1


5 PSC Shane Gray        140 7-3 4 -1


6 PSC V.Gaines            120 6-3 6


7 FC Cruz Pedregon      100 5-3 7


8 PSC Greg Anderson   100  5-3 8


9 TF Kebin Kinsley         80  4-1 9


10 PSM LE Tonglet        80 4-1 10


11 PSM Melissa Surber  80 4-3 11


12 PSM Karen Stoffer    80 4-3 12


13 FC Tommy Johnson,Jr. 80 4-3 13


14 FC Matt Hagan            80 4-3 14


15 TF Dave Connolly        80 4-3 15


16 TF Tony Schumacher   80 4-3 16


Dropped Out: No One


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Drag Race Bowl II Standings After Class Finals

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle                             -        W-L


1 Katie Sullivan             280                    -        14-2


2 LE Tonglet                   80                  200       4-1


3 Melissa Surber             80                  200       4-3


4 Karen Stoffer              80                   200       4-3


5 Hector Arana,Jr.          60                   220       3-3


6 Andrew Hines             60                    220      3-3


7 Steve Johnson            60                   220       3-3


8 Angelle Sampey         40                   240      2-3


9 Chip Ellis                  20                    260      1-1


10 Mike Berry              20                   260       1-1


11 Matt Smith             20                   260       1-1


12 Gerald Savoie        20                    260      1-2


13 James Underdahl 20                      260      1-2


14 Shawn Gann        20                      260      1-2


15 Eddie Krawiec      20                      260      1-3


16 Scotty Pollacheck 20                     260       1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Michael Phillips    0                     280        0-1


18 Joe DeSantis       0                     280       0-1


19 Angie Smith       0                     280       0-2


20 Hector Arana,Sr. 0                    280       0-3


2 Funny Car                                  -          W-L


1 Jeff Diehl                 240            -          12-2


2 Cruz Pedregon         100         140          5-3


3 Tommy Johnson,Jr.   80         160          4-3


4 Matt Hagan              80         160          4-3


5 Bob Tasca III           60         180          3-2


6 Gary Densham         60         180          3-3


7 Tim Wilkerson          60         180          3-3


8 John Force              40         200          2-3


9 Ron Capps              40         200         2-3


10 Todd Simpson       20         220          1-1


11 Bob Bode,Jr.         20        220           1-1


12 Dave Richards      20        220          1-1


13 Jeff Arend            20        220         1-1


14 Chad Head          20        220         1-2


15 Alexis DeJoria     20        220         1-2


16 Courtney Force   20        220        1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 James Campbell   0        240       0-1


18 Del Worsham      0        240       0-2


19 Jack Beckman    0        240       0-2


20 John Hale          0       240        0-2


21 Robert Hight     0       240        0-2


3 Top Fuel                      -           W-L


1 Chris Karamesines 180   -        9-1


2 Brittany Force      140  40       7-2


3 Kebin Kinsley        80 100      4-0


4 Dave Connolly      80 100     4-3


5 Tony Schumacher 80 100    4-3


6 Steve Torrence     60 120    3-3


7 Leah Pritchett       60 120  3-3


8 Doug Kalitta        60 120  3-3


9 Clay Millican        40 140 2-3


10 Antron Brown   40 140 2-3


11 Troy Buff         40 140 2-3


12 Shawn Langdon 40 140 2-3


13 Terry Haddock  20 160 1-1


14 Scott Palmer   20 160 1-2


15 .J.R. Todd      20 160 1-2


16 Terry McMillen 20 160 1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Rob Passey   0 180 0-1


18 Steve Chrisman  0 180 0-1


19 Steve Faria     0 180 0-1


20 Richie Crampton 0 180 0-2


21 Morgan Lucas 0 180 0-2


4 Pro Stock Car      -     W-L


1 Shane Gray 140  -    7-2


2 V. Gaines   120   20  6-3


3 Greg Anderson 100 40 5-3


4 Drew Skillman  80 60 4-3


5 Kenny Delco    80 60 4-3


6 Kenny Koretsky 60 80 3-1


7 Vincent Nobile  60 80 3-2


8 Bo Butner III   60 80 3-3


9 Allen Johnson 40 100 2-3


10 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 40 100 2-3


11 Curt Steinbach 20 120 1-1


12 John Gaydosh,jr. 20 120 1-1


13 Jason Line 20 120 1-3


14 Aaron Strong 20 120 1-3


15 Matthew Hartford 20 120 1-3


16 Chris McGaha 20 120 1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Joey Grose 0 140 0-1


18 Alex Laughlin 0 140 0-2


19 Erica Enders Stevens 0 140 0-2


20 Deric Kramer 0 140 0-2


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Drag Race Bowl II Class Finals Southern Nationals

Pro Stock Motorcycle


4 Katie Sullivan over 7 LE Tonglet


Pro Stock Car


11 Shane Gray over 16 Kenny Koretsky


Stock Conference Finals


Shane Gray vs. Katie Sullivan


Funny Car Finals


7 Jeff Diehl over 12 Tommy Johnson,Jr


Top Fuel Finals


14 Kebin Kinsley over 1 Chris Karamesines


Nitro Conference Finals


Kebin Kinsley vs. Jeff Diehl


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Is it really about Taking Checks vs. Cashing Checks?

Is it really about Taking Checks or Cashing Checks? I feel, too, if people want to do what they want to do, they'd go for the gold.  I really think the exostential issue is a little too deep for a lot of people's lawns.


Would we have felt okay if Kevin Harvick drove the Budweiser Dodge or Budweiser Ferrari vs. the Budweiser Ford next season? Speaking of okay, I am not feeling okay in the littlest sense freeing Target frees Scott Dixon from the top of the Record Books.


Frankly, I feel when you have too many hands, it messes up a lot of people in a big way. I'd love to see Chris Buescher drive the #15 like Bud Moore instead of Greg Biffle's #16. But, I have to be sensitive to the offfact if that scholarship went down like Teepee and you have a contract, but, no team.


If we did the Indy to Denver Train Route and the Chicago METRA True Rock Island Train Routes to Denver, would the Office on the Rock or Newton Inn Depot knew what to do? Its like the turtles, and the 1970s and everyone's out of the house until they didn't know what to do next. I don't mind the Splinter or my Ninja Turtle action figures, but, even I get honked over the Broisms that have grown out like a bad weave.


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Crisitunity Season

With me watching a lot of "The Simpsons" and I do mean A LOT, why not call for mop up's Sake Crisitunity Season just to call the whole thing easier. Easier does not mean we need everybody even if you are Spencer Massey. Easier does not mean seat filling for 60K . Easier does not mean the right sponsors putting the wrong money on the wrong heroes. Easier does not mean just chronically falling off. Easier does not mean "Try Not to Suck" as a political affront to the last 107 Years and OH YEAH, Easier just means 1 Thing Only, easier.



And, being motivated enough to take on the Whole World like I was Outkast in its hey, I think for Tommy Joe Martins, I think getting him into a First Division First Division Part. Better yet, I will level this with my racing public, why not send him to Formula One, LeMans and Indy Car.


While we are on taking on the Whole World, why not have LeMars to LeMans Flights? Or, having a decent Chicago to Denver via the Metra and actually including the Rock Island or having a Denver to Indy to boot, too, if you can't drive yourself. I'd relish where the depot would be and if the trains had to fade into the earth and into the EL formation like nothing.


We'd have the Denver to the Pacific trains like Chicago to the Atlantic, and even though this is not a train site, but, let's be better than aping the 3rd World and them aping us back.


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Drag Race Bowl II NHRA Fast 16 After Class Semis

1 PSM Katie Sullivan 260 13-2 1


2 FC Jeff Diehl 220 11-2 2


3 TF Chris Karamesines 160 8-1 3


4 TF Brittany Force 140 7-2 4


5 PSC Shane Gray 120 6-2 7 +2


6 PSC V.Gaines 120 6-3 5 -1


7 FC Cruz Pedregon 100 5-3 6 -1


8 PSC Greg Anderson 100 5-3 8


9 PSM LE Tonglet 80 4-1 16 +7


10 PSM Melissa Surber 80 4-3 9 -1


11 PSM Karen Stoffer 80 4-3 10 -1


12 FC Tommy Johnson,Jr. 80 4-3 NR


13 FC Matt Hagan 80 4-3 11 -2


14 TF Dave Connolly 80 4-3 12 -2


15 TF Tony Schumacher 80 4-3 15


16 PSC Drew Skillman 80 4-3 13 -3


Dropped Out: 14 PSC Kenny Delco


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Drag Race II Standings After Class Semis

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle                        -             W-L


1 Katie Sullivan                     260       -           13-2


2 LE Tonglet                          80      180           4-1


3 Melissa Surber                   80      180           4-3


4 Karen Stoffer                    80      180            4-3


5 Hector Arana,Jr.               60      200           3-3


6 Andrew Hines                  60      200            3-3


7 Steve Johnson                60      200            3-3


8 Angelle Sampey             40       220           2-2


9 Chip Ellis                       40       220          2-3


10 Mike Berry                   20      240           1-1


11 Matt Smith                  20       240          1-1


12 Gerald Savoie             20       240          1-2


13 James Underdahl      20         240          1-2


14 Shawn Gann             20        240           1-2


15 Eddie Krawiec          20         240           1-3


16 Scotty Pollacheck    20          240           1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Michael Phillips          0          260       0-1


18 Joe DeSantis            0           260       0-1


19 Angie Smith             0          260        0-2


20 Hector Arana,Sr.      0          260        0-3


2 Funny Car                               -          W-L


1 Jeff Diehl                220           -       11-2


2 Cruz Pedregon       100          120       5-3


3 Tommy Johnson,Jr.  80         140        4-2


4 Matt Hagan             80          140       4-3


5 Bob Tasca III          60         160       3-2


6 Gary Densham       60         160        3-3


7 Tim Wilkerson        60         160        3-3


8 John Force             40        180         2-3


9 Ron Capps             40        180        2-3


10 Todd Simpson     20         200        1-1


11 Bob Bode,Jr.       20         200        1-1


12 Dave Richards    20         200         1-1


13 Jeff Arend         20         200         1-1


14 Chad Head       20         200         1-2


15 Alexis DeJoria 20          200          1-2


16 Courtney Force   20      200           1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 James Campbell    0     220          0-1


18 Del Worsham       0      220          0-2


19 Jack Beckman     0      220          0-2


20 John Hale           0      220          0-2


21 Robert Hight       0      220          0-3


3 Top Fuel                       -             W-L


1 Chris Karamesines 180   -           9-0


2 Brittany Force       140    40        7-2


3 Dave Connolly        80   100       4-3


4 Tony Schumacher  80   100       4-3


5 Kebin Kinsley        60   120       3-0


6 Steve Torrence     60   120       3-3


7 Leah Pritchett       60   120       3-3


8 Doug Kalitta         60   120       3-3


9 Clay Millican        40   140        2-3


10 Antron Brown   40   140        2-3


11 Troy Buff          40  140       2-3


12 Shawn Langdon 40  140      2-3


13 Terry Haddock   20  160     1-1


14 Scott Palmer     20  160     1-2


15 .J.R. Todd         20  160    1-2


16 Terry McMillen   20 160    1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Rob Passey         0 180    0-1


18 Steve Chrisman  0 180    0-1


19 Steve Faria         0 180   0-1


20 Richie Crampton 0 180   0-2


21 Morgan Lucas    0 180   0-2


4 Pro Stock Car           -    W-L


1 Shane Gray  120     -    6-2


2 V. Gaines     120     -    6-3


3 Greg Anderson 100 20 5-3


4 Drew Skillman    80 40 4-3


5 Kenny Delco      80  40  4-3


6 Kenny Koretsky  60 60   3-0


7 Bo Butner III     60 60  3-3


8 Vincent Nobile   60 60 3-2


9 Allen Johnson    40 80 2-3


10 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 40 80 2-3


11 Curt Steinbach  20 100 1-1


12 John Gaydosh,Jr. 20 100 1-1


13 Jason Line          20 100 1-3


14 Aaron Strong      20 100 1-3


15 Matthew Hartford 20 100 1-3


16 Chris McGaha      20 100 1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Joey Grose          0 120 0-1


18 Alex Laughlin      0 120 0-2


19 Erica Enders Stevens 0 120 0-2


20 Deric Kramer  0 120 0-2


 


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Let's Trade the Poconos for the 50th Snowball Derby

I got an ideal vision of trading the Poconos for the 50th Snowball Derby, all its trappings and it be a Championship Race for Stock Car Racing, not just Cup Division. I think you don't just have a Phoenix to Atlanta Off Weekend, but, instead, a Holiday Off Weekend between Miami and Pensacola. I'd offer XFinity's Season Finale at Hickory, K and N or Equal Season Finale in Miami, and TransAm vs. WeatherTech, and Trucks Season ending at Phoenix, and  Texas being a Cup vs. IndyCar National Championship Weekend.


I feel instead of just sending the track, why not send the whole race and its trappings instead? I feel if this was the Case, Kansas would be a Summer Race, the Brickyard would be later in July and no nobody would be ticked off.


I mean, let's at least get what we want, desire, design and diversity and diversify. We aren't "designed" or "made" wealthy or misfortunate. I want to see if Chase Elliott has a Beach Ball in the Escambia and AJ Allemindinger gets thrown sand chunks in the Escambia like he had no oval talent except hitting walls like baseballs over the Green Monster.


We are proud of our greater days and everybody knows that.


Add Comment  | July 31, 2016
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Drag Race Bowl II Southern Nationals Class Semis

Pro Stock Motorcycle


7 LE Tonglet over 11 Karen Stoffer


4 Katie Sullivan over 8 Melissa Surber


Pro Stock Car


11 Shane Gray over 7 Drew Skillman


16 Kenny Koretsky over  12 Bo Butner III


Funny Car


7 Jeff Diehl over 11 Matt Hagan


12 Tommy Johnson,Jr. over 9 Cruz Pedregon


Top Fuel


14 Kebin Kinsley over 7 Steve Torrence


1 Chris Karamesines over 5 Dave Connolly


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Economies and Learning Lessons

I really, really wish the Brickyard 400 was back in August again and the 1st Saturday. I am serious, and even if it was Monday to Thursday Night Truck and XFinity Races like on Network TV. Frankly, is it worth it to have Paper Billions like Paper Millions?


Being in the middle of a middle passage is not healthy. A lot of the 1990s Stuff Grew out the 1970s,too, and people still want their Tara and Monica bad. What's in it for me is a scary thought in this time and the only other time they tried to wave a for sale sign on a league was the NHL for extortion dollars just to get out of a Lockout.


If David Shaw was hired by The Dallas Cowboys as Head Coach, he'd have to get the West of the Mississippi River as an outreach. Not everyone wants to get out and about on their off time, but, those who do and do well will help change opinions of people on the fence.


There are goods and bads to everything. I don't like seeing people hide behind telecommunications as much as those hiding behind people.


Add Comment  | July 26, 2016
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Drag Race Bowl II NHRA Fast 16 After 2nd Rd Quals

1 PSM Katie Sullivan    240       12-2     1


2 FC Jeff Diehl            200        10-2     2


3 TF Chris Karamesines 160        8-0    3


4 TF Brittany Force       140        7-2    4


5 PSC V. Gaines           120        6-3    5


6 FC Cruz Pedregon      100       5-2   7 +1


7 PSC Shane Gray        100       5-2  8 +1


8 PSC Greg Anderson    100       5-3  6 -2


9 PSM Melissa Surber      80      4-2  10 +1


10 PSM Karen Stoffer      80     4-2  11 +1


11 FC Matt Hagan          80      4-2 13 +2


12 TF Dave Connolly     80       4-2 14 +2


13 PSC Drew Skillman   80   4-2 15 +2


14 PSC Kenny Delco      80  4-3 9 -5


15 TF Tony Schumacher  80 4-3 NR


16 PSM LE Tonglet         60 3-1 NR


Dropped Out:


12 PSM Hector Arana,Jr.


16 PSC Vincent Nobile


Add Comment  | July 24, 2016
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Drag Race Bowl II After Southern Nationals 2nd Rd Quals

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle                                            -         W-L


1 Katie Sullivan                               240                  -       12-2


2 Melissa Surber                               80                160        4-2


3 Karen Stoffer                                 80                160        4-2


4 LE Tonglet                                     60                180        3-1


5 Hector Arana,Jr.                             60                180        3-3


6 Andrew Hines                                 60                180        3-3


7 Steve Johnson                                60                180        3-3


8 Chip Ellis                                        40               200          2-3


9 Angelle Sampey                              40               200          2-2


10 Mike Berry                                    20               220          1-1


11 Matt Smith                                    20              220          1-1


12 Gerald Savoie                                20               220         1-2


13 James Underdahl                            20               220        1-2


14 Shawn Gann                                   20              220        1-2


15 Eddie Krawiec                                 20              220       1-3


16 Scotty Pollacheck                            20              220       1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Michael Phillips                                0              240         0-1


18 Joe DeSantis                                    0              240         0-1


19 Angie Smith                                     0              240          0-2


20 Hector Arana,Sr.                               0              240          0-3


2 Funny Car                                                            -          W-L


1 Jeff Diehl                                     200                  -         10-2


2 Cruz Pedregon                              100             100           5-2


3 Matt Hagan                                    80              120          4-2


4 Tommy Johnson,Jr.                         60             140          3-2


5 Bob Tasca III                                 60              140          3-2


6 Gary Densham                               60              140          3-3


7 Tim Wilkerson                               60               140          3-3


8 John Force                                   40                160          2-3


9 Ron Capps                                   40                 160         2-3


10 Todd Simpson                            20                 180         1-1


11 Bob Bode,Jr.                              20                 180         1-1


12 Dave Richards                           20                  180        1-1


13 Jeff Arend                                 20                   180        1-1


14 Chad Head                                20                   180        1-2


15 Alexis DeJoria                            20                   180        1-3


16 Courtney Force                          20                   180        1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 James Campbell                           0                   200      0-1


18 Del Worsham                               0                   200      0-2


19 Jack Beckman                              0                   200     0-2


20 John Hale                                     0                  200      0-2


21 Robert Hight                                 0                  200      0-3


3 Top Fuel Standings                                                -          W-L


1 Chris Karamesines                     160                     -           8-0


2 Brittany Force                           140                    20          7-2


3 Dave Connolly                            80                    80          4-2


4 Tony Schumacher                       80                    80           4-3


5 Steve Torrence                          60                   100           3-2


6 Doug Kalitta                              60                    100          3-3


7 Leah Pritchett                            60                    100          3-3


8 Kebin Kinsley                            40                     120          2-0


9 Clay Millican                             40                     120           2-3


10 Antron Brown                         40                      120          2-3


11 Troy Buff                               40                       120         2-3


12 Shawn Langdon                      40                       120         2-3


13 Terry Haddock                       20                         140         1-1


14 Scott Palmer                         20                          140         1-2


15 JR Todd                                20                         140           1-2


16 Terry McMillen                      20                          140         1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Rob Passey                        0                               160          0-1


18 Steve Chrisman                 0                               160          0-1


19 Steve Faria                        0                              160           0-1


20 Richie Crampton                 0                              160           0-2


21 Morgan Lucas                     0                              160            0-2


4 Pro Stock Car Standings                                          -            W-L


1 V. Gaines                           120                              -           6-3


2 Shane Gray                        100                            20           5-2


3 Greg Anderson                    100                            20           5-3


4 Drew Skillman                       80                           40           4-2


5 Kenny Delco                          80                           40           4-3


6 Bo Butner III                         60                           60            3-2


7 Vincent Nobile                       60                            60           3-2


8 Kenny Koretsky                     40                            80           2-0


9 Allen Johnson                        40                            80          2-3


10 Jeg Coughlin, Jr.                  40                            80          2-3


11 Curt Steinbach                     20                            100        1-1


12 John Gaydosh,Jr.                 20                             100         1-1


13 Jason Line                           20                             100        1-3


14 Aaron Strong                       20                             100        1-3


15 Matthew Hartford                 20                             100        1-3


16 Chris McGaha                      20                              100        1-3


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Joey Grose                           0                             120          0-1


18 Alex Laughlin                        0                             120         0-2


19 Erica Enders Stevens             0                              120       0-2


20 Deric Kramer                        0                              120         0-2


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Southern Nationals 2nd Round Qualifying Results

Funny Car


11 Matt Hagan over 14 Bob Bode,Jr.


 7 Jeff Diehl over 15 Dave Richards


12 Tommy Johnson,Jr over 13 Todd Simpson


9 Cruz Pedregon over 16 Jeff Arend


Top Fuel


14 Kebin Kinsley over 6 Clay Millican


2 Brittany Force over 7 Steve Torrence


5 Dave Connolly over 13 Terry Haddock


1 Chris Karamesines over 9 Antron Brown


Pro Stock Motorcycle (This is technically 1st on my program)


11 Karen Stoffer over 14 Mike Berry


7 LE Tonglet over 2 Eddie Krawiec


4 Katie Sullivan over 12 Hector Arana,Jr.


8 Melissa Surber over 16 Matt Smith


Pro Stock Car (This is technically 2nd on my program)


11 Shane Gray over 14 Curt Steinbach


 7 Drew Skillman over 15 John Gaydosh,Jr.


12 Bo Butner III over 4 Jason Line


16 Kenny Koretsky over 8 Vincent Nobile


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Drag Race Bowl II NHRA Fast 16 After 1st Rd Quals Southern Nationals

1 PSM Katie Sullivan 220 11-2 1


2 FC Jeff Diehl 180 9-2 2


3 TF Chris Karamesines 140 7-0 3


4 TF Brittany Force 140 7-1 4


5 PSC V.Gaines 120 6-3 5


6 PSC Greg Anderson 100 5-3 6


7 FC Cruz Pedregon 80 4-2 13 +6


8 PSC Shane Gray 80 4-2 10 +2


9 PSC Kenny Delco 80 4-2 7 -2


10 PSM Melissa Surber 60 3-2 NR


11 PSM Karen Stoffer 60 3-2 NR


12 PSM Hector Arana,Jr. 60 3-2 NR


13 FC Matt Hagan 60 3-2 NR


14 TF Dave Connolly 60 3-2 NR


15 PSC Drew Skillman 60 3-2 NR


16 PSC Vincent Nobile 60 3-2 NR


Dropped Out:


9 FC Bob Tasca III


11 PSM Andrew Hines


12 PSM Steve Johnson


14 FC Gary Densham


15 FC Tim Wilkerson


16 TF Leah Pritchett


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Drag Race Bowl II Standings After Southern Nationals 1st Round Qualifying

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle                                      -        W-L


1 Katie Sullivan                          220                 -      11-2


2 Melissa Surber                          60               160      3-2


3 Karen Stoffer                           60                160      3-2


4 Hector Arana,Jr.                      60                 160     3-2


5 Andrew Hines                         60                 160      3-3


6 Steve Johnson                        60                160       3-3


7 LE Tonglet                              40                180       2-1


8 Chip Ellis                               40                180       2-3


9 Angelle Sampey                     40                180       2-2


10 Mike Berry                           20                200       1-0


11 Matt Smith                           20               200        1-0


12 Eddie Krawiec                      20                200       1-2


13 Scotty Pollacheck                 20                200      1-2


14 Gerald Savoie                     20                 200      1-2


15 James Underdahl                20                 200       1-2


16 Shawn Gann                      20                 200        1-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Michael Phillips                  0                  220          0-1


18 Angie Smith                      0                 220           0-2


19 Joe DeSantis                     0                220            0-1


20 Hector Arana,Sr.               0                220            0-3


2 Funny Car                                              -            W-L


1 Jeff Diehl                         180               -              9-2


2 Cruz Pedregon                   80            100            4-2


3 Matt Hagan                       60            120            3-2


4 Bob Tasca III                    60            120            3-2


5 Gary Densham                  60           120             3-3


6 Tim Wilkerson                  60            120            3-3


7 Tommy Johnson Jr.         40            140             2-3


8 John Force                     40            140            2-3


9 Ron Capps                    40             140            2-3


10 Todd Simpson             20             160           1-0


11 Bob Bode,Jr.               20             160           1-0


12 Dave Richards            20              160           1-0


13 Jeff Arend                 20             160            1-0


14 Alexis DeJoria          20             160           1-3


15 Courtney Force        20             160          1-3


16 Chad Head              20             160          1-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 James Campbell       0            180          0-1


18 Del Worsham           0            180          0-2


19 Jack Beckman         0            180          0-2


20 John Hale               0           180           0-2


21 Robert Hight           0          180           0-3


3 Top Fuel Standings                -             W-L


1 Chris Karamesines  140        -              7-0


2 Brittany Force        140        -              7-1


3 Tony Schumacher    80       60             4-3


4 Dave Connolly         60      80              3-2


5 Leah Pritchett         60      80              3-3


6 Doug Kalitta           60      80             3-3


7 Clay Millican           40    100             2-2


8 Steve Torrence       40    100            2-2


9 Antron Brown         40   100            2-2


10 Troy Buff             40   100            2-3


11 Shawn Langdon   40  100            2-3


11 Terry Haddock    20  120            1-0


12 Kebin Kinsley     20 120             1-0


13 Scott Palmer      20  120            1-2


14 Terry McMillen    20 120            1-3


15 JR Todd              20 120            1-2


16 Rob Passey          0 140            0-1


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Steve Chrisman    0 140            0-1


18 Steve Faria          0 140           0-1


19 Richie Crampton   0 140         0-2


20 Morgan Lucas       0 140         0-2


4 Pro Stock Car Standings      -       W-L


1 V. Gaines        120            -         6-3


2 Greg Anderson 100          20       5-3


3 Shane Gray       80          40      4-2


4 Kenny Delco      80          40     4-2


5 Drew Skillman    60        60       3-2


6 Vincent Nobile    60        60      3-2


7 Bo Butner III     40       80       2-2


8 Allen Johnson    40      80       2-3


9 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 40     80       2-3


10 Curt Steinbach 20   100      1-0


11 John Gaydosh,Jr. 20 100    1-0


12 Kenny Koretsky 20 100   1-0


13 Jason Line       20 100  1-2


14 Aaron Strong   20 100  1-3


15 Matthew Hartford 20 100 1-3


16 Chris McGaha  20 100 1-3


NOT CLASSIFED


17 Joey Grose         0 120 0-1


18 Alex Laughlin      0 120 0-2


19 Erica Enders Stevens 0 120 0-2


20 Deric Kramer      0 120 0-2


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Super DIRT Week Drag Down to Oswego, and the Outlaws are looking just as bad

I am in the camp of Do It Well or Don't Do It At All with Super DIRT Week being yanked all over the New York State Lottery Interstate 90 to Oswego. To be frank about it, it is an affront to Richie Evans and Jerry Cook to plop Dirt on an established Pavement Surface.


If this was literature, we'd be glued to our books. But, the problem is no one really knew what to do and I think Governor Cuomo is likely to be freed up in after 2018 over maligning a land deal. My axe is New York is supposed to be the Grand Cadillac in making every state look greater. I don't mean to be cliche, but, getting into a hissing tantrum over not playing Duke benefits nothing for either Albany or Duke's At Large Hopefuls next Spring.


And, Syracuse has been the rotten Orange all along, City and University. Other than Central New York Raceway Park's Opening Day being delayed, the only thing that it does for Watkins Glen and Buffalo is buy more time. Buying more time has to include a New Bills Stadium and an MLB Promotion. And, with a bad needed order of law and order for reals, eventually, someone with pennies on the dollar would move their way on better everything, and know what to do.


Add Comment  | July 14, 2016
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Meet Rule Change #2 of 320 in Top Fuel and Funny Car (Because the headers where already taken)

I feel Rule Change #2 of 320 is going back to the Quarter Mile in 2017 in Top Fuel and Funny Car. But, what was not amusing was the small teams weren't able to make weekends, leaving the field count short. Watching the entry list is not a fun proposition by anyone's stretch.


I think, too, would Ron Capps, Jack Beckman or Matt Hagan adjust to being parts and pieces owner operators? The only problem with having 6 or 7 Licenses BEFORE you head to the track is you...can't...lose...focus...EVER!!!


Embracing the grind or it pressurizing and paralyzing the better work anyone had is not good, because EFI and Wiring are best left to the pros. Running in transit adds dirt to the family table like a bad jock, which only makes life worse.


Sponsoring anything is a personal decision as its no different than donating for someone's cancer diagnosis or the Women's Building. Frankly, I feel that I'd find everything would Pork Chop Clot out long before people start getting focused again, and not just because their meds. Even if we had to play sports or race like some people did Pokemon, I'd be happy. Or even playing like Grant Teaff or Nolan Richardson Coached, even if its to the NFL or NBA or anywhere in the World.


Add Comment  | July 14, 2016
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Drag Race Bowl II Southern Nationals 1st Round Qualifying

Pro Stock Motorcycle 1st Round Qualifying


8 Melissa Surber over 9 Chip Ellis


16 Matt Smith over 1 Scotty Pollacheck


16 Matt Smith vs. 8 Melissa Surber


12 Hector Arana,Jr. over 5 Hector Arana,Sr.


4 Katie Sullivan over 13 Angie Smith


12 Hector Arana,Jr. vs. 4 Katie Sullivan


7 LE Tonglet over 10 Michael Ray,Jr.


2 Eddie Krawiec over 15 Michael Phillips


7 LE Tonglet vs. 2 Eddie Krawiec


11 Karen Stoffer over 6 Steve Johnson


14 Mike Berry over 3 Andrew Hines


14 Mike Berry vs. 11 Karen Stoffer


Pro Stock Car 1st Round Qualifying


11 Shane Gray over 6 Kenny Delco


14 Curt Steinbach over 3 Greg Anderson


14 Curt Steinbach vs. 11 Shane Gray


7 Drew Skillman over 10 Matthew Hartford


15 John Gaydosh,Jr. over 2 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.


15 John Gaydosh,Jr. vs. 7 Drew Skillman


12 Bo Butner III over 5 V. Gaines


4 Jason Line over 13 Chris McGaha


12 Bo Butner III vs. 4 Jason Line


8 Vincent Nobile over 9 Aaron Strong


16 Kenny Koretsky over 1 Allen Johnson


16 Kenny Koretsky vs. 8 Vincent Nobile


Funny Car 1st Round Qualifying


11 Matt Hagan over 6 Courtney Force


14 Bob Bode,Jr. over 3 Tim Wilkerson


14 Bob Bode,Jr. vs. 11 Matt Hagan


7 Jeff Diehl over 10 John Force


15 Dave Richards over 2 Ron Capps


15 Dave Richards vs. 7 Jeff Diehl


12 Tommy Johnson,Jr. over 5 Alexis Dejoria


13 Todd Simpson over 4 Robert Hight


13 Todd Simpson vs. 12 Tommy Johnson,Jr.


9 Cruz Pedregon over 8 Bob Tasca III


16 Jeff Arend over 1 Gary Densham


16 Jeff Arend vs. 9 Cruz Pedregon


Top Fuel 1st Round Qualifying


6 Clay Millican over 11 Tony Schumacher


14 Kebin Kinsley over 3 Troy Buff


14 Kebin Kinsley vs. 6 Clay Millican


7 Steve Torrence over 10 Doug Kalitta


2 Brittany Force over 15 Rob Passey


7 Steve Torrence vs. 2 Brittany Force


5 Dave Connolly over 12 Shawn Langdon


13 Terry Haddock over 4 Terry McMillen


13 Terry Haddock vs. 5 Dave Connolly


9 Antron Brown over 8 Leah Pritchett


1 Chris Karamesines over 16 Steve Chrisman


9 Antron Brown vs. 1 Chris Karamesine


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Tempting Bulldozers and Riverside's Gone AGAIN?

I feel what is criminal in the Sounds of Silence and the Katie Rose is with Tim Duncan retirement, like it or not, is freeing up a powerhouse since 1989 is hollowing. And, I am bummed out that Riverside's Museum is for sale, piece by piece only because the new school community didn't know the racing identity.


And, with Sterling Marlin's Disqualification at Nashville Fairgrounds hurts worse than when he tried to win for his State in Bristol in the Spring of 1990 and was upset he didn't do it and his 2nds became a running joke for half the 1990s. Frankly, if he never came back, that would hurt Nashville Fairgrounds to the point the Bulldozers would be needed to build all new with no Jackson 5 or Michael Jackson in the towns tempo.


The worst thing is people couldn't necessarily fix people or have when kid get bigger, he or she'd remember all the tomfoolery forever. I don't ever want to bring ironies to the base in the Davidson, when the last night of Cup Racing was 32 Years Earlier that July 9th, 1984, and I feel with fans, that is the reason the Tennessee State Fair has not shopped for real estate deals.


I don't think Nashville Fairgrounds makes their money on just anyone, but, if their Kentucky/Tennessee Old School (Non Outlaw) Core retired for all time, that would hurt the stage.


Add Comment  | July 11, 2016
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2016 Week 15 Driver of the Year

1 Len Darnell, Jr.           NHRA 25 25


2 David Larson              NHRA 16 16


3 Brendan Gaughn       XFinity  14 19


4 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 12 22


5 Ayla Agren USF2000    10 10


6 Jason Coleman BITD     8   8


7 Zach Veach Indy Lights 6  6


8 Simon Pagenaud Indy Car 5 5


9 Ryan Truex Trucks 4 16


10 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 3 9


11 Bryce Menzies SCORE 2 64


12 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 1 104


After 15 of 40 Events


1 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 104 -


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 101 3


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


3 Scott Hogan IMCA 68 36


4 Bryce Menzies SCORE 64 40


5 Dave Darland USAC 56 48


6 Daniel Suarez XFinity 41 63


7 Greg Anderson NHRA 39 65


8 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 37 67


9 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 33 71


10 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 30 74


11 Cole Anderson SSS 30 74


12 Allen Hopp IMCA 30 74


13 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 74


14 Jay Fogleman PASS 29 75


15 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 75


16 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 28 76


17 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 27 77


18 Danny Lasoski ASCS 26 78


19 Brittany Force NHRA 26 78


20 Len Darnell,Jr. NHRA 25 79


21 Bryan Clauson Indy Car 25 79


22 Tommy Phillips NHRA 25 79


23 Clayton Green K and N 24 80


24 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 80


25 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 22 82


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Ron Capps NHRA 20 84


27 Terry McCarl ASCS 20 84


28 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 84


29 Brendan Gaughn XFinity 19 85


30 Dan Fletcher NHRA 19 85


31 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 19 85


32 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 18 86


33 Derrike Cope XFinity 17 87


34 David Larson NHRA 16 88


35 Ryan Truex Trucks 16 88


36 Ryan Gustin USMTS 16 88


37 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 88


38 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 88


39 Shane Stewart WOO 16 88


40 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 88


41 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 88


42 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 90


43 Tim Wilkerson NHRA 12 92


44 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 92


45 Del Worsham NHRA 11 93


46 Ayla Agren USF2000 10 94


47 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 10 94


48 John Force NHRA 10 94


49 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 94


50 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 94


51 Nehreen Ismail WRC 10 94


52 Allen Johnson NHRA 10 94


53 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 94


54 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 9 95


55 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 95


56 Jason Coleman BITD 8 96


57 John Hunter Nemechek Trucks 8 96


58 Doug Kalitta NHRA 8 96


59 Eric McClure XFinity 8 96


60 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 96


61 Harrison Burton K and N 8 96


62 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 8 96


63 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 97


64 Zach Veach Indy Lights 6 98


65 Kenzie Ruston K and N 6 98


66 Grant Enfinger Trucks 6 98


67 Ed Carpenter Indy Car 6 98


68 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 6 98


69 Jason Line NHRA 6 98


70 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 98


71 Simon Pagenaud Indy Car 5 99


72 Leah Pritchett NHRA 5 99


73 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 5 99


74 Earl Pearson,Jr. Lucas Oil 5 99


75 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 99


76 Bo Butner III NHRA 4 100


77 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 4 100


78 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 100


79 Shane Clanton WOO Late Model 3 101


80 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 3 101


81 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 101


82 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 2 102


83 Jeb Burton XFinity 2 102


84 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 102


85 Scott Pruett USCR 2 102


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July Madness

The only problem with believing in Ringsssssss is who's going to fill the New Orleans Saints? My only regret, in response to Darrell Wallace,Jr. is The Great Gonzo is never leader, other than in check only, but, no one ever mocks Mike Helton without risk of unemployment.


Yes, there are people who have all they got in their car. I don't want to bag or knock anyone just to be mean, but, TV runs deeper than anyone realize.


I'd like to see which towns will book air tickets and all them other trappings to Tokyo and which towns will see the Olympics on TV like the rest of the World. Frankly, I'd be on my Andy Rooney until proven otherwise.


The new generation doesn't always know the part of growing up. Or knowing real adults who are adults.


I want to see more Luda in Africa and less of the Rich Kids or Impersonators, worse yet, having our money like a Razorback on Scholarship. Circumstances is something folks have to be above, not on No Ambulatory Crutch holding Medical Ethics on Edge.


Add Comment  | July 6, 2016
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Stock Car Bowl VIII Standings After 8 of 20 Events

Editor's Notes: I feel like in actual Sprint Cup, we could have a Month of Milestones, starting with Penske's 100th, and we could follow it up with Wood Brother's 100th Win and Tony Stewart's 50th Win. And, having Austin Dillion and Chase Elliott's 1st Wins Respectively. If we actually had that for truth, we'd have a more joyous race to Speedweeks again.


                                                                      -      W    P


1 6-Trevor Bayne                              122         -      2     1


2 24-Chase Elliott (R)                        110       12      1


3 52-Joey Gase                                 103       19     1


4 88-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.                       90      32


5 32-Bobby LaBonte                            85      37


6 3-Austin Dillon                                 84      38


7 38-Landon Cassill                             78    44     1


8 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                          77    45     1


9 85-Katie Sullivan                             75    47      2   1


10 43-Aric Amirola                             72     50      1


11 30-Dominique Van Wieringen         62    60


12 62-Brendan Gaughn                      60    62      1


13 23-David Ragan                           56    66       1


14 16-Greg Biffle                             55    67


15 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.               53     69        1       1


16 44-Brian Scott (R)                     52      70       1


17 15-Clint Bowyer                        49     73       1


18 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.          49     73       1


19 87-Joe Nemechek                    44    78  


20 1-Jamie McMurray                   38    84        1


21 63-Bobby Pierce                      37   85         1       1


22 98-Cole Whitt                         32   90         1


23 55-Michael Waltrip                  30   92


24 05-Jay Fogleman                   28    94


25 82-Grant Enfinger                26  96


26 12-Gray Gaulding                25  97   1       1


27 9-Casey Roderick                25   97


28 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.            24   98


29 8-John Hunter Nemechek     24 98


30 28-Mason Mitchell               24 98


31 42-Kyle Larson                   23 99


32 94-Justin LaBonte              22 100


33 66-Jonathan Davenport      22 100


34 5-Kasey Kahne                 22 100


35 95-Michael McDowell         22 100


36 46-Michael Annett             18 104


37 34-Chris Buescher (R)       17 105


38 2-Brad Keselowski             17 105


39 7-Kelsey Bauer                  16 106


40 07-Ray Black,Jr.                16 106


41 29-Reed Sorenson             16 106


42 56-Ryan Truex                  16 106


43 86-Ron Capps                   16 106


44 71-Gary Densham             16 106


45 89-Kenzie Ruston             15 107


46 75-Nicole Lyons              15 107


47 80-Leah Pritchett            12 110


48 84-Scott Hogan               11 111


49 81-Erik Jones                   10 112


50 82-Dave Connolly            10 112


51 35-Daniel Hemric            10 112


52 45-Brett Moffitt                 9 113


53 48-Jimmie Johnson           9 113


54 39-Ryan Sieg                   9  113


55 39-Patrick Carpentier        8 114


56 99-Sarah Cornett Ching   6 116


57 74-Shane Clanton           5 117


58 77-Katherine Legge         5 117


59 13-Casey Mears              5 117


60 27-Paul Menard              4 118


61 12-Juan Pablo Montoya   4 118


62 99-Scott Dixon               3 119


63 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 2 120


64 30-Josh Wise                 1 121


65 35-David Gilliand           1 121


66 83-Matt DiBenedetto     1 121


Add Comment  | July 4, 2016
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IndyMyIndy's Funny Car "Other 18"

Editor's Note: I was livid that the 1997 to 2014 Period of Funny Car History was shut out of the Funny Car 20 of the Funny Car 50. And, too add to the aggravation, No Special Paint, 2 Cars from 1996-2015 made the cut, No Alcohol Funny Cars and not built on tangibility, either. And, without further ado, here is my Funny Car Other 18.

1. 2003 Tony Pedregon Castrol GTX Ford Mustang
Broke John Force's 10 Year Funny Car Championship Streak. I wished had they gone with the 1997-2014 Period, at least considered the Tony Pedregon-Whit Bazemore Rivalry from that year, too.
2. 2003 Whit Bazemore Matco Tools Dodge Avenger
Only had the Points Lead for 6 Days, from the Monday Miracle at Memphis to Round 2 at Route 66.
3. 2005 Gary Scelzi Oakley Dodge Stratus
Broke the John Force Racing Championship Streak.
4. 2003 Dean Skuza Cornwell Tools Pontiac Firebird
I love my Pontiacs to the core, and this largely unsponsored "Monday Miracle" Flopper, save for Cornwell Tools, was worked on by EVERY Crew Member in the Paddock, JUST to race Whit Bazemore. (That was Dean Skuza's Last Final Round.)
5. 2000 Jerry Tolliver WWF Pontiac Firebird
Lead for Half of 2000, Until John Force Caught Him in Seattle. (At the time, I had a huge WWF Phase at 1999 and 2000.)
6. 1997 Randy Anderson Western Auto Parts America/Texaco Havoline Pontiac Firebird I thought and still think to this day, Randy Anderson HAD the best chance to end John Force's Champions Streak, but, when Summer Came, John Force came and figured out his Ford Mustang.
7. 2006 Ron Capps BRUT Dodge Stratus
I love Throwback Paint, Uniform and Jerseys to death and a lot of people, including me, was upset Al Segrini's Funny Cars missed the Top 50. And, for a secondary note, I felt I could have said Ron Capps 1997 Copenhagen Chevrolet Camaro as Don "The Snake" Prudhomme's Return to the Funny Car Class,but, I really wanted to avoid duplicity and not have too many of 1 Driver, Car or Team.
8. 1999 John Force Superman Castrol GTX Ford Mustang (Special Paint)
I love Special Paint, and I wish there was More of Them, and the Mustang felt underpowered vs. the Firebird and was a better Trans Am Car. Also, for a bonus, its my only "Special Paint" Car in my Top 18.
9. 2008 Cruz Pedregon Advance Auto Parts Toyota Camry
"The Shaggy Dog"
This car broke a Winless Streak, Won a Title and Made Tim Wilkerson Salty, especially when Central Illinois was setting itself up for 2 National Titles after Justin Allgaier found out Scott Speed's Lack of Oval Prowess (With the Rest of the Midwest.) And, this is my Only "Nickname" Car, in the tradition of Rusty Wallace and Don Prudhomme, and the 1st of 2 Foreign Badged Cars in my 18.
10. 2004 Tim Wilkerson Levi, Ray and Shoup Chevy Monte Carlo
Other than being a 2 Race Winner (Houston and Sonoma), Other than trying to be a business teammate to Bob Tasca III when Wilkerson's Springfield Base and Tasca's Freakin' Sweet Providence Base made it tough to attract workers.
But, the real story is it was my 1st Funny Car Autograph. (Both being 2004, my 1st of 2 Senior Years, which I don't generally go in line well, because I don't do personal matters well at all.) and my 1st of those 2 was Darrell Alderman, my High School Answer to trying to bring the Cubs and Barnstormers to School(Bonus: All 3 Did NOT Materialize and with the tale being passed through Iowa Sports and Education, I don't necessarily want to design too many rehashes.) and I hate to be longwinded in this, but, it is all true stories.
11. 1997 Kenji Okazaki Mooneyes Dodge Avenger (1 Time Winner)
The Most Memorable 1 Time Winner in NHRA History, Cristen Powell was also a 1 Time Winner from the same National Event, and the Youngest and the Only Woman to get that designation. I ardently wished for the Springnationals to become the Summernationals again after the end of Alderman and Geoffrion's Wayne County Speed Shop in 1995 Post Break-In (Actually, it wasn't until 2004 that the mentioned returned to Summer didn't happen again as the Supernationals and the return of the Summernationals Name in 2013 to its rightful owner.) And, identity to an Old School and New School Quarter Mile Fan are 2 Different Things.

1st Historical Note: 1st Winner Outside USA and Canada in NHRA History.

2nd Historical Note: Cristen Powell's Lone Win is the 1st Jr. Dragster Alum Winner in the Then-Winston Drag Racing History

3rd Historical Note: The Top Fuel Finals featured the Late Bruce Sarver, 2 Time Funny Car Winner (both where upset wins), who was a memorable runnerup, Inagural Craftsman Super Truck Series Season Racer lost to tragedy

4th Historical Note: Only Time we've had 2 1 Time Winners in the Present Day Mello Yello Division

And 5th Historical Note: Dave Rieff, before television, was actually part of the Winning Crew for Jim Dunn Racing.

12 2004 Gary Densham AAA/Auto Club of Southern California (Later Shortened to Auto Club in Southern California) Ford Mustang

2004 50th US Nationals Winner
Double Down (Former Skoal Showdown)
$250,000 Payout
And, here is the irony, ALL 9 Gary Densham's Finals Wins where with John Force Racing.

AND 2009 Robert Hight Auto Club Ford Mustang

I didn't intend to make the same car a 2 Parter with 2 Different Pilots, but, the Next Generation John Force put on his Cars in lieu of the Coil-Fedderly-Steves Brain Trust enabled Robert Hight to win his title, and in the chagrin of Cruz Pedregon and his Fans and his best chance at a title.

13.1998 Chuck Etchells Mama Rosa's Pizza/Kendall Motor Oil Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Chuck Etchells still is the most damaging from the back of the field I could remember in any motorsport, even in a period full of that feat. (I still like Special Accomplishments). And, I think having cosponsorship of his Kendall GTX Special put a lid to future career, and the double whammy of not having Oldsmobile on the Quarter Mile (Which I thought the Acheiva was the Weirdest Funny Car Body Ever, albeit in Top Alcohol, but, that was later found to be Detroit.) and as a reactionary move, Chevy's redoubling of the Quarter-Mile both shortened careers.
14. 1998 Jim Epler Easy Care Royal Purple Dodge Avenger
Even though he is the Funny Car "1st in the 300" and the Epler-Etchells Rivalry grew from that weekend, but, both worked as True Independents much, much better.
15. 1998 Frank Manzo Kendall GT-1 Dodge Avenger
This is my only Top Alcohol Contribution vs. the Nitro Funny Car Category, but, my line of focus is not with Forrest Lucas or Al-Anabi, but, with Kendall and when he started with his quest for Top Alcohol Funny Car.
16 2006 Scott Kalitta Kalitta Air Chevrolet Monte Carlo
All joking aside, Scott Kalitta really wanted that 2nd Funny Car Win. He never got that, sadly, and he never got to win the US Nationals in spite of his 2 World Championships in the 2 Most Contentious Years in Quarter Mile History in 1994 and 1995.
HONORABLE MENTION
17 2009 Jeff Arend DHL Toyota Camry

My mantra was " Win Indy and 1 More" for Scott Kalitta. He won Memphis, but, that was the last Quartermile in Memphis Motorsports Park History (I still want my Memphis back in the NHRA!)

18 2014 Matt Hagan Mopar Express Lane Dodge Charger RT

This is the Mad Matt Points Climb Countdown Car. I said up and down the back 9 of Last Year Don Schumacher Racing had the best teammate order since the 1971 Baltimore Orioles with JUST their Funny Cars and only Wilk would have got them, but a Bad Vegas for Capps and Wilk put a sock in their title bids, but, enabled Del Worsham, which is the best (Other than Eric Medlen) to make this call, but, had I had a Choice, I'd went with the 1999 Checker Shucks Kragen Family Pontiac Firebird because he broke his Winless Streak in that car. And, deep down, I do not want to contribute to 1st World Problems. I'd still want my 1320 Quartermile back for my Nitro Cars, like the rest of the Drag Racing Community, because I want it to be a Family Show, not a clique. And, do we get anything with movie like theater cuts? And, I know 10 to 15 Years of the Baby Boomers on the Jobsite means if we where able to make our own decisions and have better adults take the mountains off our shoulders, they'd reject the Sugarcoated, Watered Down and Dumbed Down Energy that twists my state as a Diagon, Dynamite and Tornado Alley at the same time, like I didn't know that world already and having to cope with that through the penitentiourous and remorseless and relentless and punishing punishment through a Red Hot Year that Cleveland Won when Nobody Looked and Keeping Up with Unreal Expectations, with Nobody Looking, fell apart. In my minds eye, I like a truer underdog vs. a truer falloff, which we are at home with, truthfully.
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IndyMyIndy's Editorial Notes 07012016

Editor's Notes:


I am superbummed that V. Gaines decided to retire from the road. I really feel that would hurt Mopar's Sweet Spot like a Hot Bat and the Motorcycle Technology has not done the Mopar Campaigners any favors since they where scooped from the scoop in the last season.


If I where to do an Indy Bowl Series next season, I'd start with Indy Pole or Indianapolis. The only reason I respectfully want to go in that route is because I want to state a Miniseries Mentality and try to retain the Theater of Indy, when we had a Great Flat Out Battle ruined by Losing Dan Wheldon, the Worst Pole Day in 2010 and the Worst Qualifying in 2012, and that was not just because of Bob Jenkins Retirement.


And, if Indy is not just kidding about Dirt Racing, I feel there'd be no more Road Racing. I'd be sure of that because there is no way in having a Dirt Track, Road Course and Oval unless if you want a Rally Course.


People don't always receive Installation Art Well or at all. Even though it is the most worst 4 4ths I could find since 1968-1971, and I hate taking the history history route, especially if people are not having money in general and aid can't come quick enough.


Add Comment  | July 1, 2016
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Aaron's 499 Finishing Order

I hate to start off on being editoral on Race Results, but, the replacement for Sprint will be This Quarter. And, I am thinking Brian France is playing cagey just on that, alone, and I think if we where to move the All Star Race, like I said, it be a true Midsummer Classic and the 4th of July Every Year would be the Coke Zero Firecracker 400. I hate to do literature like that, but, it'd be the biggest radio rating race of the year due to everyone going to see the fireworks and then demanding a network reair a la TNN the next Week.


1 (7) 63-Bobby Pierce     25        37


2 (14) 94-Justin LaBonte      16  22


3 (12) 66-Jonathan Davenport 14 22


4 (42) 16-Greg Biffle              12 55


5 (17) 6-Trevor Bayne           10 122


6 (37) 32-Bobby LaBonte        8 85


7 (5) 42-Kyle Larson              6 23


8 (13) 24-Chase Elliott (R)     5 110


9 (22) 99-Sarah Cornett Ching 4 6


10 (35) 62-Brendan Gaughn  3 60


11 (19) 74-Shane Clanton     2 5


12 (38) 77-Katherine Legge  1 5


13 (41) 8-John Hunter Nemechek


14 (33) 48-Jimmie Johnson


15 (32) 9-Casey Roderick


16 (20) 52-Joey Gase


17 (31) 87-Joe Nemechek


18 (29) 38-Landon Cassill


19 (4) 82-Grant Enfinger


20 (18) 3-Austin Dillon


21 (28) 43-Aric Amirola


22 (24) 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)


23 (34) 95-Michael McDowell


24 (16) 23-David Ragan 180 Crash


25 (39) 2-Brad Keselowski 166 Crash


26 (10) 81-Erik Jones 129 Engine


27 (21) 7-Regan Smith 115 Crash


28 (25) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 115 Crash


29 (26) 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 115 Crash


30 (27) 1-Jamie McMurray 115 Crash


31 (30) 44-Brian Scott (R) 115 Crash


32 (6) 5-Kasey Kahne 97 Engine


33 (1) 12-Gray Gaulding 73 Engine


34 (2) 98-Cole Whitt 57 Crash


35 (15) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 57 Crash


36 (23) 45-Brett Moffitt 57 Crash


37 (36) 35-David Gilliand 44 Engine


38 (11) 39-Patrick Carpentier 22 Crash


39 (9) 34-Chris Buescher (R) 22 Crash


40 (3) 46-Michael Annett  22 Crash


41 (8) 28-Mason Mitchell 22 Crash


42 (43) 30- Josh Wise 16 Transmission


43 (40) 83-Matt DiBenedetto 3 Engine


Lap Leaders


Gaulding 1-5


Whitt 6-13


Annett 14-17


Enfinger 18-25


Larson 26-31


Kahne 32-38


Pierce 39-49


Jones 50-52


Davenport 53-63


Elliott 64-67


J. LaBonte 68-80


Ragan 81-82


Bayne 83


A. Dillon 84-85


Clanton 86-89


Davenport 90-92


Gase 93-104


Smith 105-115


Cornett Ching 116-119


Earnhardt 120-123


Amirola 124-130


Cassill 131


Davenport 132-139


Nemechek 140-141


Broderick 142-146


Johnson 147-150


Gaughn 151-152


Pierce 153-154


B. LaBonte 155-157


McDowell 158


Legge 159-160


Keselowski 161-162


J H Nemechek 163-166


Biffle 167-171


Pierce 172-175


Davenport 176


Pierce 177-188


If we did have a move in the All Star Race to a true Midsummer Classic, I think beside the Coke Zero 400 being an Annual Firecracker Again, my race, the Brickyard 400, won't be moved out of Early August EVER AGAIN! Deep down, I mean that and it is very personal to me even though Indy I still call my Home Track and 2nd Home Town, which treats me better than my actual Home Town. And, while I am on my missive, I think having Indiana State Fair and Indianapolis Raceway Park be home of the runup to the Brickyard 400 with their Support Races I would strongly like rather than dumping more work on Indianapolis Motor Speedway with Support Races. And, I am still livid over no "Night Before The 500" and equally just as agitated over no theater this year with the Indy 500 running up. 2010 was the Worst Pole Day BY LARGE, 2011 being a ruined Flat Out over Dan Wheldon's Death later that year in Las Vegas, 2012 being the Worst Qualifying Exhibition BY LARGE, and I felt strongly about wanting Sam Hornish,Jr., Buddy Rice and 10 Other Different Names who should have been in Indy or IndyCar for Theater's Sake, but, I really wanted pagentry, which would have made this year's 500 A True Classic. And, man alive, that did me no favors at all.


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Aaron's 499 Starting Lineup

Row 1


12-Gray Gaulding


98-Cole Whitt


Row 2


46-Michael Annett


82-Grant Enfinger


Row 3


42-Kyle Larson


 5-Kasey Kahne


Row 4


63-Bobby Pierce


28-Mason Mitchell


Row 5


34-Chris Buescher (R)


81-Erik Jones


Row 6


39-Patrick Carpentier


66-Jonathan Davenport


Row 7


24-Chase Elliott (R)


94-Justin LaBonte


Row 8


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


23-David Ragan


Row 9


 6-Trevor Bayne


 3-Austin Dillon


Row 10


74-Shane Clanton


52-Joey Gase


Row 11


7-Regan Smith


99-Sarah Cornett Ching


Row 12


45-Brett Moffitt


33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)


Row 13


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


21-Ryan Blaney


Row 14


 1-Jamie McMurray


43-Aric Amirola


Row 15


38-Landon Cassill


44-Brian Scott (R)


Row 16


87-Joe Nemechek


9-Casey Broderick


Row 17


48-Jimmie Johnson


95-Michael McDowell


Row 18


62-Brendan Gaughn


35-David Gilliand


Row 19


32-Bobby LaBonte


77-Katherine Legge


Row 20


 2-Brad Keselowski


83-Matt DiBenedetto


Row 21


 8-John Hunter Nemechek


16-Greg Biffle


Row 22


30-Josh Wise


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Paved Modified and Super Late Model Series in the Midwest

By next spring, I'd, with a lot of people be emotionally crestfallen with no I-70 and National Trail, both traditional ASA Midwestern Starters. And, I think with the attempt of a BGN North/Northern Modifieds Double in the Deep South with the Modifieds of Mayhem/Southern Super Series is started.


Even though Inside Dirt Racing tried to bring up the subject of Dirt Late Models in East Tennessee, and it was not good. Even though we have IMCA in Iowa, and we have a hole in the program since The ASA went bellyup after 2004 and the fights in court to have the history back and being stuck with history in the process. 


Even though Pavement won't necessarily always get the community support, but, I feel that there has to be some need to support it in some shape. I would begin on 2 Year Contracts, if anyone was to be promoted down the road or the expectation of going higher in the pros. Or, better yet, I would like to see 2 Races/1 Twilight Day to Night so there'd be no division of the fan base.


In this account would be the Bigs East, Postmodern edition.


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Stock Car Bowl VIII Standings After Talladega Twin 250s

                                                                              -      W    P


1 6-Trevor Bayne                              112                -      2     1


2 24-Chase Elliott (R)                       105                 7      1


3 52-Joey Gase                                103                9      1


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                      90               22


5 3-Austin Dillon                               84                28


6 38-Landon Cassill                          78                34      1


7 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                       77                35     1


8 32-Bobby LaBonte                         77               35


9 85-Katie Sullivan                          75                37       2      1


10 43-Aric Amirola                          72               40       1


11 30-Dominique Van Wieringen       62             50


12 62-Brendan Gaughn                   57              55       1


13 23-David Ragan                       56              56         1


14 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.              53            59         1       1


15 44-Brian Scott (R)                    52           60           1


16 15-Clint Bowyer                       49           63           1


17 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.         49           63           1      1


18 87-Joe Nemechek                   44          68  


19 16-Greg Biffle                        43          69


20 1-Jamie McMurray                 38          74             1


21 98-Cole Whitt                       32          80            1


22 55-Michael Waltrip                30         82    


23 05-Jay Fogleman                  28         84


24 82-Grant Enfinger                 26        86


25 12-Gray Gaulding                  25        87             1        1


26 9-Casey Roderick                25          87


27 8-John Hunter Nemechek      24      88


28 28-Mason Mitchell                  24     88


29 5-Kasey Kahne                    22      90


30 95-Michael McDowell           22       90


31 46-Michael Annett              18       94


32 42-Kyle Larson                  17      95


33 34-Chris Buescher (R)        17     95


34 2-Brad Keselowski             17      95


35 7-Kelsey Bauer                 16      96


36 07-Ray Black,Jr.              16      96


37 29-Reed Sorenson           16      96


38 56-Ryan Truex               16       96


39 86-Ron Capps               16        96


40 71-Gary Densham          16     96


41 89-Kenzie Ruston         15       97


42 75-Nicole Lyons           15      97


43 63-Bobby Pierce          12     100


44 80-Leah Pritchett        12     100


45 84-Scott Hogan         11      101


46 81-Erik Jones            10     102


47 82-Dave Connolly     10      102


48 35-Daniel Hemric     10     102


49 45-Brett Moffitt         9      103


50 48-Jimmie Johnson   9     103


51 39-Ryan Sieg           9    103


52 39-Patrick Carpentier 8  104


53 66-Jonathan Davenport 8 104


54 94-Justin LaBonte    6  106


55 13-Casey Mears       5 107


56 77-Katherine Legge   4 108


57 27-Paul Menard        4 108


58 12-Juan Pablo Montoya 4 108


59 74-Shane Clanton 3 109


60 99-Scott Dixon 3 109


61 7-Regan Smith 2 110


62 99-Sarah Cornett-Ching 2 110


63 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 2 110


64 30-Josh Wise          1 111


65 35-David Gilliand    1 111


66 83-Matt DiBenedetto 1 111


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Top 5 Rivalries &Top 5 Sports Rivals

Howdy, I feel that as a fan, we are getting closer to not kidding with an identity. I feel with Top 5 Rivalries and Top 5 Sports Rivals, pertinently those of the United States or North America or the Americas, which I won't dance around the subject. Even if it is intermotorsport or interleague, there is no dancing with the issue with the line in the sand. And, I don't want to be a rehash of old or line rivals of the past, but, more circumstancial rivals.


1. Sebastien Bourdais-Scott Dixon


The Bourdais-Dixon Rivalry is elevating in the fact its the 1st 40 Win Non US National in any Way in IndyCar History. We've had parity, 1 Hitters, Multi Time Runners Up and Non Winners Cically since CART-IRL, but, I want to drive my focus on the record books.


2. Greg Anderson-Bob Glidden


This is more of a History Rivalry and not just Greg Anderson was WJ's 1st Crew Chief prior to his own Success in Pro Stock. I feel it is a rivalry because of Greg Anderson's Unlikely Quest for 85 Wins, which is Bob Glidden's Final Tally, in spite of Alderman and Geoffrion, and I doubt I want to totally rehash the square of Pro Stock, but, even though I would not fetishize the record book like its nothing, but, it feels as if it is the only thing that is keeping us sane.


3. Greg Anderson-Tony Schumacher


Even though I am not trying to give Greg Anderson the Jackson 5 Treatment for something that is more important than that it really is, but, this has legitamacy in Greg Anderson's Quest for the Record Books, Tony Schumacher won the 1st 10 Win Season in Top Fuel History, and Tony Schumacher's Record Tying 15 Win Season and Driver of the Year still feels like an asterisk to me because it was in spite of losing Scott Kalitta and the Other Run of 2008 where he was winning 27 Straight Rounds before being stopped by J.R. Todd, which still is his biggest win of his career.


4. Ricky Carmichael-James Stewart


This is 100 Percent Eye of the Beholder. RC still has .G.O.A.T. Status with Ali and LL Cool J, and James Stewart's recklessness on and off the track ruins what kind of shine he'd would have had.


5. Scott Bloomquist-Jonathan Davenport


Even though Jimmy Owens is Scott Bloomquist's Home Rival in East Tennessee and Shane Clanton, who was a late term ASA Champion, is Jonathan Davenport's Chief Rival in Western Georgia vs. his Eastern Alabama, which a lot of it grew out of last Summer's Dream DQ for Bloomquist and his rally the troops ploy backfired to the point Jonathan Davenport became Al Holbert, which I thought and a lot of people thought we'd never see again, did happen last year


And, I would like to call out Top 5 Sports Rivals on US Athletes, Americas Athletes and their Teams, because, just because we have been friendly to their airwaves doesn't make their clutch efforts any less acceptable.



1. Lionel Messi- It would start the long road to potentially missing a World Cup because of his heroics.


2. Lewis Hamilton- His actions are unsavory and people expect a lot out of a British World Champion.


3. Germany Soccer- Just over beating Brazil the way they did 2 Summers Ago in Brazil.


4. Sebastien Vettel- You can't do no Super Dave Schultz Run and not fall off LIKE THAT!


5. Real Madrid- I know its Man U's Chief International Rival, but, running all the way up the wrong side of history and risking Europe Pros to call America or North America home is Garbage.


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Weeding Out the Untruth

Even though it is not a bag or a knock, but, the dangerous thing is blowing all the way up over tragedy. And that is my editor's note.


Personally, I feel just because Cleveland Won doesn't mean San Diego still wants the Bears any less, and Buffalo is any less freed of mockery and recidivism. And, I'd rather have the Browns or Massillon Football win Trophies and Banners more.


I don't like how Mike Wallace is potentially on his deathbed. He is one of the greatest Cup Non Winners in History with his Brother Kenny, and I feel there is too much bad.


If 1999 wasn't a strong Popular Culture Year, me and my friends wouldn't have had their own strength in product and pop culture. 2003 and 2004, we had Hip Hop pop all the way up and Greg Anderson winning Finals. I feel even as a Friends Family, what do we got?


I even know this was the worst Dad's Day in a Generation, even with no Bone Crippling Heat, even with no Protected Groups trapezing like mad, even with ThorSport being lost in denial and even with Golden State winning 88, but no respect and perversing The Worm for the Next 5 Years in History. (The bonus in how the Bulls got Dennis Rodman was not protecting BJ Armstrong, which was some bonus and not in a good way in Eastern Iowa).


And, I hate to moralize, but, we win on principle and lose on principle.


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Hire Hornish 2016

I don't mean to break a Stump, especially for Father's Day, but, I feel there has to be a concert effort to Hire Sam Hornish,Jr. Full Time for the Next Generation. The whole purpose in 2011, when me and my father welcomed Sam Hornish,Jr. to Newton, was the whole year, he was a T Driver at Penske and even was thrown the carrot for the 100th Anniversary (95th Running) of the 1st Indy 500 Sweepstakes , which was the 1st since the 1980s that the Sweepstakes name was on the Indy 500 Literature.


And, being 2 and 0 as a True Roper (Non Cup) Newton BGN Legacy winner, I would like to see if anyone in NASCAR or IndyCar would open their seat to Sam Hornish,Jr. . I know he's an Indy 500 Hero and I was crestfell when it was Alexander Rossi instead of Bryan Clauson, only for the daily narrative.


And, it would not hurt to hire Buddy Rice,too.


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Talladega Twin 250 #2 Finishing Order

1 (16) 98-Cole Whitt           25             2nd 32


2 (14) 82-Grant Enfinger          16        4th 16


3 (15) 5-Kasey Kahne              14        6th 22


4 (12) 28-Mason Mitchell          12        8th 24


5 (26) 81-Erik Jones                10       10th 10


6 (27) 66-Jonathan Davenport   8       12th 8


7 (28) 94-Justin LaBonte           6       14th 6


8 (1) 23-David Ragan                5       16th 56


9 (7) 3-Austin Dillon                 4       18th 84


10 (3) 52-Joey Gase                 3       20th 103


11 (18) 99-Sarah Cornett Ching 2      22nd 2


12 (20) 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 1     24th 2


13 (4) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)         1     26th 77


14 (5) 43-Aric Amirola               1     28th 72


15 (6) 44-Brian Scott (R)           1     30th 52


16 (10) 9-Casey Roderick           1    32nd 25


17 (11) 95-Michael McDowell      1    34th  22


18 (13) 35-David Gilliand           1    36th  1


19 (19) 77-Katherine Legge       1    38th 4


20 (26) 83-Matt DiBenedetto      1   40th 1


21 (9) 16-Greg Biffle                 1   42nd 43


NOT CLASSIFIED


22 (8) 15-Clint Bowyer 46 Engine


23 (2) 26-Robert Richardson,Jr. 25 Engine


24 (17) 27-Paul Menard 5 Crash


25 (21) 10-Danica Patrick 5 Crash


26 (22) 14-Tony Stewart 5 Crash


27 (23) 22-Joey Logano 5 Crash


28 (24) 41-Kurt Busch 5 Crash


Lap Leaders


Ragan 1-7


Richardson,Jr. 8-12


Gase 13-20


Blaney 21-29


Amirola 30


Scott 31-34


Dillon 35-40


Bowyer 41-46


Biffle 47-55


Roderick 56-60


McDowell 61-67


Mitchell 68-71


Enfinger 72-76


Gilliand 77-80


Mitchell 81-85


Kahne 86-89


Whitt 90-94


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Talladega Twin 250s #1

1 (17) 12-Gray Gaulding      25      1st 25


2 (19) 46-Michael Annett          16 3rd 18


3 (18) 42-Kyle Larson              14 5th 17


4 (27) 63-Bobby Pierce            12 7th 12


5 (16) 34-Chris Buescher (R)    10 9TH 17


6 (13) 39-Ryan Sieg                  8 11th 8


7 (4) 24-Chase Elliott (R)          6 13th 105


8 (7) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.       5 15th 90


9 (1) 6-Trevor Bayne                4 17th 112


10 (28) 74-Shane Clanton         3 19th 3


11 (20) 7-Regan Smith             2 21st 2


12 (14) 45-Brett Moffitt            1 23rd 9


13 (2) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.   1 25th 53


14 (3) 1-Jamie McMurray         1 27th 38


15 (5) 38-Landon Cassill          1 29th 78


16 (9) 87-Joe Nemechek         1 31st 44


17 (15) 48-Jimmie Johnson      1 33rd 9


18 (6) 62-Brendan Gaughn      1 35th 57


19 (8) 32-Bobby LaBonte         1 37th 77


20 (11) 8-John Hunter Nemechek 1 39th 24


21 (12) 2-Brad Keselowski        1 41st 17


22 (24) 30-Josh Wise               1 43rd 1


NOT CLASSIFIED


23 (26) 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 37 Engine


24 (10) 55-Michael Waltrip 23 Engine


25 (27) 11-Denny Hamlin 10 Crash


26 (23) 20-Matt Kenseth  10 Crash


27 (21) 47-AJ Allemindinger 10 Crash


28 (22) 18-Kyle Busch   2 Engine


Lap Leaders


Bayne 1-3


Stenhouse,Jr. 4-8


McMurray 9-14


Elliott 15-20


Cassill 21-27


Gaughn 28-33


Earnhardt,Jr. 34-41


B. LaBonte 42-47


J. Nemechek 48-55


Earnhardt,Jr. 56-60


J H Nemechek 61-64


Keselowski 65-69


Carpentier 70-74


Moffitt 75-77


Johnson 78-83


Buescher 84-88


Gaulding 89-94


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Talladega Twin 250s Starting Lineup

Twin #1


Row 1


 6-Trevor Bayne


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 2


 1-Jamie McMurray


24-Chase Elliott (R)


Row 3


38-Landon Cassill


62-Brendan Gaughn


Row 4


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


32-Bobby LaBonte


Row 5


87- Joe Nemechek


55-Michael Waltrip


Row 6


 8-John Hunter Nemechek


 2-Brad Keselowski


Row 7


39-Patrick Carpentier


45-Brett Moffitt


Row 8


48-Jimmie Johnson


34-Chris Buescher


Row 9


12-Gray Gaulding


42-Kyle Larson


Row 10


46-Michael Annett


 7-Regan Smith


Row 11


11-Denny Hamlin


18-Kyle Busch


Row 12


20-Matt Kenseth


30-Josh Wise


Row 13


47-AJ Allemindinger


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


Row 14


63-Bobby Pierce


74-Shane Clanton


Twin #2


Row 1


23-David Ragan


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


Row 2


52-Joey Gase


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


Row 3


43-Aric Amirola


44- Brian Scott (R)


Row 4


 3-Austin Dillon


15-Clint Bowyer


Row 5


16-Greg Biffle


 9-Casey Roderick


Row 6


95-Michael McDowell


28-Mason Mitchell


Row 7


35-David Gilliand


82-Grant Enfinger


Row 8


 5-Kasey Kahne


98-Cole Whitt


Row 9


27-Paul Menard


99-Sarah Cornett-Ching


Row 10


77-Katherine Legge


33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)


Row 11


10-Danica Patrick


14-Tony Stewart


Row 12


22-Joey Logano


41-Kurt Busch


Row 13


83-Matt DiBenedetto


81-Erik Jones


Row 14


66-Jonathan Davenport


94-Justin LaBonte


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Drag Race Bowl II US Nationals and Other News

US Nationals Drag Race Bowl II Updated Order, and it is in response to the Pick and Roll of the Firestone 600


Stock Practice Aug 28


Nitro Practice Aug 29


1st Rd Quals Aug 30


2nd Rd Quals Aug 31


Class Semis Sept 1


Class Finals Sept 2


Conf Finals Sept 3


National Title Sept 4


I am curious if for as much as everyone hates Darrell Waltrip, I feel if his lifealterting 1990 Injury has to nerve him like a Johnny Unitas like Bobby Allison's 1988 Career Ending Injury and Chuck Bown and Ernie Irvan's Life Altering 1994 Injuries. I know we have lost heroes left and right, but, the dangerous thing is if we can't get someone out of maternity leave or early childhood development to replace Al Michaels or Brent Musburger or Bob Costas in Short Order. Even though someone wouldn't be a swarmy brand for years, but, they'd be on the job for years to fill big shoes, even if they are Leigh Diffey.


I don't think certain Baylor Boosters going affront of Switzer to get Briles Back will make the NCAA Happy. It took 15 Years of Rains to get Grant Teaff back, and other than economics of putting anything in that stadium, it would take Tulsa and TCU Homecoming Dates in 2019 and 2020 and to free them a Nebraska Sized Monkey off their back in 2021 before Big Red plays OU Again.


I'm sure if anyone had a decent roundball talent, they wouldn't be New Orleans. Other than condemning them for not being a Good Arena Town, through my friend from High School who works in the .N.O., there'd be 5 Expansion Teams that'd pop up tomorrow that would be better landing strips than New Orleans.


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Drag Race Bowl III Schedule 2017

1 March 13-18 Gatornationals


2 PARTIAL April 30 4 Wide 4


3 May 2-7 Southern Nationals


4 June 6-11 Summernationals


5 July 3-8 Route 66 Nationals


6 Aug 26- Sept 2 US Nationals


7 Sept 11-16 Carolina Nationals


8 Oct. 9-14 Texas Fall Nationals


9 Nov. 4-11 World Finals


Points Structue


Qualifying Points-


Reserved for the NHRA Fast 16


1st 16


2nd 15


3rd 14


4th 13


5th 12


6th 11


7th 10


8th 9


9th 8


10th 7


11th 6


12th 5


13th 4


14th 3


15th 2


16th 1


Pick Points=


1 Point Per Class Pick


1 Point Per Conf Pick


1 Point Per Week Pick


Another 3 Points


20 Points Per Round Win


NO Points Per Round Lo


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Drag Race Bowl Season II Bulletins

1. 16 to 1 Top 16 Scoring Starts after Brainerd and will be fully utilized for Drag Race Bowl Season III in 2017


2. Also, in 2017, The 4 Wide Mello Yello Winners will race for the 4 Wide Championship, which will be a partial event vs. a full event in Drag Race Bowl III


3. Also, Field of 128 Will be For Indy and Pomona Only.


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Stock Car Bowl VIII After 7 of 20 Events

                                                                            -     W    P


1 6-Trevor Bayne                     108                       -      2     1


2 52-Joey Gase                       100                        8     1


3 24-Chase Elliott (R)                99                        9     1


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.             85                       23


5 3-Austin Dillon                      80                       28


6 38-Landon Cassill                 77                        31     1


7 21-Ryan Blaney (R)              76                        32     1


8 32-Bobby LaBonte                76                       32


9 85-Katie Sullivan                  75                      33      2      1


10 43-Aric Amirola                  71                      37      1


11 30-Dominique Van Wieringen    62                46


12 62-Brendan Gaughn                 56                52       1


13 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.             52                56       1      1


14 23-David Ragan                      51                 57      1      1


15 44-Brian Scott (R)                   51                57      1


16 15-Clint Bowyer                      49                59      1


17 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.         49                 59    1       1


18 87-Joe Nemechek                   43                 65


19 16-Greg Biffle                        42                 66


20 1-Jamie McMurray                  37                71     1     1


21 55-Michael Waltrip                 30                78


22 05-Jay Fogleman                   28                80


23 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.               24                84


24 9-Casey Roderick                 24                84


25 8-John Hunter Nemechek      23                85


26 95-Michael McDowell            21                87


27 7-Kelsey Bauer                    16                92


28 07-Ray Black,Jr.                  16                92


29 29-Reed Sorenson                16              92


30 56-Ryan Truex                    16               92


31 2-Brad Keselowski              16               92


32 86-Ron Capps                    16               92


33 71-Gary Densham             16               92


34 89-Kenzie Ruston             15               93


35 75-Nicole Lyons               15               93


36 80-Leah Pritchett             12              96


37 41-Brian Vickers             12              96


38 28-Mason Mitchell           12              96


39 84-Scott Hogan              11              97


40 82-Dave Connolly           10             98


41 35-Daniel Hemric            10            98


42 82-Grant Enfinger           10           98


43 39-Ryan Sieg                   9           99


44 45-Brett Moffitt                8         100


45 5-Kasey Kahne                8         100


46 48-Jimmie Johnson         8          100


47 98-Cole Whitt                 7          101


48 34-Chris Buescher (R)     7          101


49 13-Casey Mears              5         103


50 27-Paul Menard              4         104


51 12-Juan Pablo Montoya     4      104


52 99-Scott Dixon                 3      105


53 42-Kyle Larson                 3      105


54 77-Katherine Legge          3      105


55 46-Michael Annett            2      106


56 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)  1       107


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Stock Car Bowl VIII Pomona Los Angeles Times 50 Finishing Order

Editor's Note: This is a rare chance at Stock Cars at the LA County Fairplex, and to immortalize Southern California Past, using the Los Angeles Times Race Title, especially from Orange County, Riverside and Ontario. And, even if it was real reality, it would have been Stock Cars in LA County


1 (16) 15-Clint Bowyer 25      49


2 (14) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 16 85


3 (1)   6-Trevor Bayne         14  108


4 (15) 32-Bobby LaBonte     12 76


5 (13) 3-Austin Dillon          10 80


6 (10) 43-Aric Amirola          8  71


7 (7)  52-Joey Gase             6 100


8 (3) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 5 52


9 (4) 26-Robert Richardson,Jr. 4 49


10 (6) 38-Landon Cassill         3 77


11 (9) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)      2 76


12 (12) 44-Brian Scott (R)     1 51


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 (11) 62-Brendan Gaughn 


14 (5) 1-Jamie McMurray 19 Crash


15 (6) 24-Chase Elliott (R) 19 Crash


16 (2) 23-David Ragan 6 Engine


Lap Leaders


Bayne 1-2


Ragan 3-6


Stenhouse,Jr. 7


Richardson,Jr. 8-14


McMurray 15-19


Gase 20-23


Cassill 24-25


Blaney 26-28


Amirola 29


Scott 30-33


A.Dillon 34-37


Earnhardt,Jr. 38-41


LaBonte 42-46


Bowyer 47-50


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Stock Car Bowl VIII Pomona Los Angeles Times 50 Starting Lienup

Row 1


 6-Trevor Bayne


23-David Ragan


Row 2


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


Row 3


 1-Jamie McMurray


24-Chase Elliott (R)


Row 4


52-Joey Gase


38-Landon Cassill


Row 5


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


43-Aric Amirola


Row 6


62-Brendan Gaughn


44-Brian Scott


Row 7


 3-Austin Dillon


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 8


32- Bobby LaBonte


15-Clint Bowyer


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NHRA Fast 16 After 2 of 6 Events

1 PSM Katie Sullivan 200 10-2 1


2 FC Jeff Diehl         160    8-2 2


3 TF Chris Karamesines 120 6-0 5 +2


4 TF Brittany Force 120 6-1 3 -1


5 PSC V.Gaines      120 6-2 4 -2


6 PSC Greg Anderson 100 5-2 6


7 PSC Kenny Delco      80 4-1 7


8 TF Tony Schumacher 80 4-2 8


9 FC Bob Tasca III       60 3-1 9


10 PSC Shane Gray      60 3-2 10


11 PSM Andrew Hines  60 3-2 11


12 PSM Steve Johnson 60 3-2 12


13 FC Cruz Pedregon   60 3-2 13


14 FC Gary Densham   60 3-2 14


15 FC Tim Wilkerson    60 3-2 15


16 TF Leah Pritchett     60 3-2 16


Dropped Out: No One


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Drag Race Bowl II After 2 of 6 Events

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle                                        -          W-L


1 Katie Sullivan                              200              -         10-2


2 Andrew Hines                                60           140         3-2


3 Steve Johnson                              60            140         3-2


4 Melissa Surber                             40            160         2-2


5 Chip Ellis                                     40           160          2-2


6 Karen Stoffer                               40          160           2-2


7 Hector Arana,Jr.                          40          160           2-2


8 Angelle Sampey                          40          160           2-2


9 LE Tonglet                                 20           180           1-1


10 Scotty Pollacheck                    20            180           1-2


11 Michael Ray,Jr.                       20           180            1-2


12 Gerald Savoie                         20          180            1-2


13 James Underdahl                   20           180            1-2


14 Shawn Gann                         20          180             1-2


15 Angie Smith                           0         200              0-1


16 Joe DeSantis                         0         200              0-1


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Eddie Krawiec                      0         200              0 -2


18 Hector Arana,Sr.                  0        200               0-2


2 Funny Car Standings                         -                 W-L


1 Jeff Diehl                           160         -                8-2


2 Bob Tasca III                      60       100              3-1


3 Cruz Pedregon                    60       100              3-2


4 Gary Densham                    60      100              3-2


5 Tim Wilkerson                    60      100              3-2


6 John Force                        40       120             2-2


7 Matt Hagan                       40      120             2-2


8 Ron Capps                       40      120              2-2


9 Alexis DeJoria                  20      140              1-2


10 Tommy Johnson,Jr.        20     140              1-2


11 Courtney Force             20     140              1-2


12 Chad Head                    20    140              1-2


13 James Campbell            0      160               0-1


14 Del Worsham                0      160              0-2


15 Robert Hight                0       160              0-2


16 Jack Beckman             0       160                0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 John Hale                 0          160              0-2


3 Top Fuel Standings                  -                W-L


1 Chris Karamesines 120           -                 6-0


2 Brittany Force       120           -                 6-1


3 Tony Schumacher   80          40               4-2


4 Leah Pritchett         60         60               3-2


5 Doug Kalitta           60         60               3-2


6 Dave Connolly        40         80               2-2


7 Troy Buff               40         80               2-2


8 Shawn Langdon     40         80               2-2


9 Clay Millicican        20        100             1-2


10 Steve Torrence     20       100             1-2


11 Scott Palmer        20       100             1-2


12 Antron Brown       20       100            1-2


13 Terry McMillen      20      100             1-2


14 JR Todd              20        100            1-2


15 Steve Faria           0        120            0-1


16 Richie Crampton    0       120            0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Morgan Lucas       0       120          0-2


4 Pro Stock Car Standings      -           W-L


1 V. Gaines           120          -            6-2


2 Greg Anderson   100        20           5-2


3 Kenny Delco         80      40            4-1


4 Shane Gray          60      60            3-2


5 Drew Skillman      40      80            2-2


6 Vincent Nobile      40      80            2-2


7 Allen Johnson       40      80            2-2


8 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.     40     80            2-2


9 Aaron Strong         20   100          1-2


10 Matthew Hartford 20  100           1-2


11 Bo Butner III       20 100            1-2


12 Chris McGaha      20 100            1-2


13 Joey Grose           0 120            0-1


14 Jason Line            0 120            0-2


15 Alex Laughlin       0 120            0-2


16 Erica Enders Stevens 0 120       0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Deric Kramer          0  120       0-2


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Drag Race Bowl II 4 Wide Traditional Finals

Chris Karamesines over Katie Sullivan


Editor's Notes:


I wanted to have Chris Karamesines win an NHRA Final, which in real reality, he is 0-3 in NHRA Finals


If this was a real format, the Supernational, in the NHRA, it would be his 1st Weekender since 1985 (AHRA)


And, this is my 7th First Time Winner in Drag Race Bowl Era of my Blogging, and the 5th Top Fueler Win


Also, in my notes,


Since Mother Nature did Epping just as no favors as Pocono, its a Monday Raceday at both.


And, I will push everything back on my Summernationals Drag Race Bowl II A Day, and


to keep you informed, I will add a Practice Round to my Drag Race Bowl II Span of the National


and World Title. Even though word on the street is Pro Stock Motorcycle has enough Motorcycles to go Every


Weekend, I think the Manufacturer Push has to happen, even in Pro Stock Car, which is still shockingly Detroit


and flooringly without a Ford Factory Mark.


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Building a New North Wilkesboro and inviting USAC and IndyCar

Even though I will do my Drag Race Bowl, but, I am wanting to get on my editorial here and not just hog expensive bandwith.


To me, it'd be comic to re-reopen North Wilkesboro. If it had 1 Full Season back, I'd feel different, but, it is in worse shape than the Milwaukee Mile. If anyone wants things never to end, I'd want them to never end in a good way, because if it never ended in a bad way like someone narrowly or missing diploma and them being just as story as the one who juggled it all and won a diploma, getting hooked into a saga like that is not good.


I have a better idea: For a New North Wilkesboro, lets invite USAC and Indy Car Opening Weekend. I feel with USAC being invited but not running in 2011, it is just right. Even though I want to see Open Wheel True Expansion  again and not always cramming the Super Late Models without being reckless, disavoing the lower classes.


What rewards exist for going lower and lower in the order? If we had easier series going lower , it would change who we had greater and greater.


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Drag Race Bowl II Standings After 4 Wide Semis

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle Standings                                 -         W-L


1 Katie Sullivan                                      200               -      10- 1


2 Andrew Hines                                       60             140      3-2


3 Steve Johnson                                      60             140      3-2


4 Melissa Surber                                     40             160       2-2


5 Chip Ellis                                             40             160       2-2


6 Karen Stoffer                                       40            160       2-2


7 Hector Arana,Jr.                                  40            160        2-2


8 Angelle Sampey                                  40            160        2-2


9 LE Tonglet                                         20            180         1-1


10 Scotty Pollacheck                             20           180         1-2


11 Michael Ray,Jr.                                20          180          1-2


12 Gerald Savoie                                  20         180           1-2


13 James Underdahl                             20         180           1-2


14 Shawn Gann                                   20         180           1-2


15 Angie Smith                                     0         200           0-1


16 Joe DeSantis                                    0        200           0-1


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Eddie Krawiec                                 0        200            0-2


18 Hector Arana,Sr.                             0        200            0-2


2 Funny Car Standings                                     -             W-L


1 Jeff Diehl                                    160          -              8-2


2 Bob Tasca III                               60       100             3-1


3 Cruz Pedregon                             60       100             3-2


4 Gary Densham                            60       100             3-2


5 Tim Wilkerson                             60       100             3-2


6 John Force                                  40      120             2-2


7 Matt Hagan                                40      120             2-2


8 Ron Capps                                 40      120             2-2


9 Alexis DeJoria                            20      140             1-2


10 Tommy Johnson,Jr.                 20       140             1-2


11 Courtney Force                       20       140             1-2


12 Chad Head                             20       140             1-2


13 James Campbell                       0       160             0-1


14 Del Worsham                           0      160             0-2


15 Robert Hight                            0      160             0-2


16 Jack Beckman                         0       160             0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 John Hale                              0        160            0-2


3 Top Fuel Standings                              -              W-L


1 Brittany Force                     120          -              6-1


2 Chris Karamesines              100         20             5-0


3 Tony Schumacher                 80        40             4-2


4 Leah Pritchett                      60        60             3-2


5 Doug Kalitta                       60        60              3-2


6 Dave Connolly                   40        80              2-2


7 Troy Buff                          40        80              2-2


8 Shawn Langdon               40        80               2-2


9 Clay Millican                  20        100             1-2


10 Steve Torrence            20       100             1-2


11 Scott Palmer               20       100             1-2


12 Antron Brown             20       100             1-2


13 Terry McMillen           20       100              1-2


14 JR Todd                    20       100              1-2


15 Steve Faria                0       120               0-1


16 Richie Crampton        0       120               0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Morgan Lucas          0      120                 0-2


4 Pro Stock Car Standings        -                  W-L


1 V. Gaines                120       -                  6-2


2 Greg Anderson        100      20                5-2


3 Kenny Delco             80      40               4-1


4 Shane Gray             60      60                3-2


5 Drew Skillman         40      80                2-2


6 Vincent Nobile         40     80                 2-2


7 Allen Johnson          40    80                 2-2


8 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.      40    80                 2-2


9 Aaron Strong         20  100                 1-2


10 Matthew Hartford 20 100                 1-2


11 Bo Butner III       20 100               1-2


12 Chris McGaha     20 100                 1-2


13 Joey Grose          0 120                 0-1


14 Jason Line           0 120                0-2


15 Alex Laughlin       0 120               0-2


16 Erica Enders Stevens 0 120          0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Deric Kramer          0 120           0-2


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Drag Race Bowl II 4 Wide Semifinals

PSM Katie Sullivan 1st 20


TF Chris Karamesines 2nd 20


PSC Kenny Delco 3rd 0


FC Jeff Diehl 4th 0


Traditional Finals


Katie Sullivan vs. Chris Karamesine


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Drag Race Bowl II NHRA Fast 16 After Conference Finals

1 PSM Katie Sullivan  180  9-1 1


2 FC Jeff Diehl          160  8-1 2


3 TF Brittany Force 120   6-1 3


4 PSC V.Gaines       120  6-2 4


5 PSC Greg Anderson 100 5-2 5


6 TF Chris Karamesines 80 4-0 7 +1


7 PSC Kenny Delco       80  4-0 8 +1


8 TF Tony Schumacher 80 4-2 6 -2


9 FC Bob Tasca III       60 3-1 9


10 PSC Shane Gray     60  3-2 11 +1


11 PSM Andrew Hines  60 3-2 10 -1


12 PSM Steve Johnson 60 3-2 12


13 FC Cruz Pedregon   60 3-2 13


14 FC Gary Densham  60 3-2 14


15 FC Tim Wilkerson   60 3-2 15


16 TF Leah Pritchett    60 3-2 16


Dropped Out: No One


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Drag Race Bowl II Standings After Conference Finals

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle                          -        W-L


1 Katie Sullivan                   180            -       9-1


2 Andrew Hines                    60           120     3-2


3 Steve Johnson                  60           120    3-2


4 Melissa Surber                 40           140     2-2


5 Chip Ellis                         40           140     2-2


6 Karen Stoffer                   40           140     2-2


7 Hector Arana,Jr.              40           140      2-2


8 Angelle Sampey              40           140      2-2


9 LE Tonglet                      20          160       1-1


10 Scotty Pollacheck          20          160       1-2


11 Michael Ray Jr.              20         160       1-2


12 Gerald Savoie               20          160      1-2


13 James Underdahl          20         160       1-2


14 Shawn Gann                20          160      1-2


15 Angie Smith                  0          180      0-1


16 Joe DeSantis                 0          180      0-1


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Eddie Krawiec                0         180      0-2


18 Hector Arana,Sr.           0        180      0-2


2 Funny Car Standings                 -         W-L


1 Jeff Diehl                      160     -          8-1


2 Bob Tasca III                  60  100        3-1


3 Cruz Pedregon                60 100        3-2


4 Gary Densham               60 100         3-2


5 Tim Wilkerson                60 100        3-2


6 John Force                     40 120        2-2


7 Matt Hagan                    40 120        2-2


8 Ron Capps                     40 120        2-2


9 Alexis DeJoria                20 140        1-2


10 Tommy Johnson,Jr.      20 140        1-2


11 Courtney Force            20 140        1-2


12 Chad Head                  20 140       1-2


13 James Campbell            0 160       0 -1


14 Del Worsham                0 160       0-2


15 Robert Hight                 0 160       0-2


16 Jack Beckman               0 160       0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 John Hale                    0 160        0-2


3 Top Fuel Standings             -          W-L


1 Brittany Force          120    -           6-1


2 Chris Karamesines      80   40         4-0


3 Tony Schumacher      80    40         4-1


4 Leah Pritchett            60    60        3-2


5 Doug Kalitta             60    60         3-2


6 Dave Connolly          40    80         2-2


7 Troy Buff                 40    80         2-2


8 Shawn Langdon       40     80        2-2


9 Clay Millican            20  100         1-2


10 Steve Torrence      20  100         1-2


11 Scott Palmer         20  100         1-2


12 Antron Brown       20  100          1-2


13 Terry McMillen     20  100           1-2


14 .J.R. Todd           20  100           1-2


15 Steve Faria          0  120           0-1


16 Richie Crampton  0 120            0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Morgan Lucas    0  120           0-2


4 Pro Stock Car Standings    -      W-L


1 V. Gaines           120         -     6-2


2 Greg Anderson   100        20   5-2


3 Kenny Delco        80        40    4-0


4 Shane Gray        60         60     3-2


5 Drew Skillman    40        80     2-2


6 Vincent Nobile    40        80    2-2


7 Allen Johnson    40        80     2-2


8 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 40        80    2-2


9 Aaron Strong    20       100    1-2


10 Matthew Hartford 20   100   1-2


11 Bo Butner III       20    100  1-2


12 Chris McGaha      20    100   1-2


13 Joey Grose           0    120   0-1


14 Jason Line            0    120  0-2


15 Alex Laughlin       0    120   0-2


16 Erica Enders Stevens 0 120  0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Deric Kramer      0 120 0-2


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Drag Racing Bowl II 4 Wide Conference Finals

Stock Conference


PSM Katie Sullivan and PSC Kenny Delco over PSM Andrew Hines and PSC Shane Gray


Nitro Conference


FC Jeff Diehl and TF Chris Karamesines over FC Bob Tasca III and TF Tony Schumacher


Points Order


1st Katie Sullivan 20


2nd Kenny Delco 20


3rd Andrew Hines 0


4th Shane Gray 0


 


1st Jeff Diehl 20


2nd Chris Karamesines 20


3rd Bob Tasca III 0


4th Tony Schumacher 0


4 Wide Semifinals


PSM Katie Sullivan


PSC Kenny Delco


FC Jeff Diehl


TF Chris Karamesines


The Winner in Each Conference Races in the Traditional Finals.


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Drag Race Bowl II NHRA Fast 16 After Class Finals

1 PSM Katie Sullivan 180 9-1 1


2 FC Jeff Diehl          140 7-1 4 +2


3 TF Brittany Force    120 6-2 2 -1


4 PSC V.Gaines         120 6-2 3 -1


5 PSC Greg Anderson 100 5-2 5


6 TF Tony Schumacher 80 4-1 7 +1


7 TF Chris Karamesines 60 3-0 14 +7


8 PSC Kenny Delco       60 3-0 15 +7


9 FC Bob Tasca III       60 3-1   16 +7


10 PSM Andrew Hines  60 3-1 NR


11 PSC Shane Gray    60 3-1 NR


12 PSM Steve Johnson  60 3-2 11 -1


13 FC Cruz Pedregon 60 3-2 8 -5


14 FC Gary Densham 60  3-2 9 -5


15 FC Tim Wilkerson 60 3-2 12 -3


16 TF Leah Pritchett 50 3-2 6 -10


Dropped Out:


10 TF Doug Kalitta


13 PSM Melissa Surber


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Drag Race Bowl II Standings After Class Finals

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle Standings                 -        W-L


1 Katie Sullivan             160                       -        8-1


2 Andrew Hines               60                    100      3-1


3 Steve Johnson             60                     100     3-2


4 Melissa Surber            40                      120     2-1


5 Chip Ellis                    40                      120     2-2


6 Karen Stoffer              40                      120      2-2


7 Hector Arana,Jr.          40                      120     2-2


8 Angelle Sampey          40                      120      2-2


9 LE Tonglet                  20                      140      1-1


10 Scotty Pollacheck      20                      140      1-2


11 Michael Ray,Jr.          20                     140       1-2


12 Gerald Savoie            20                    140       1-2


13 James Underdahl       20                    140        1-2


14 Shawn Gann             20                    140        1-2


15 Angie Smith               0                    160        0-1


16 Joe DeSantis             0                     160         0-1


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Eddie Krawiec            0                   160          0-2


18 Hector Arana,Sr.        0                   160           0-2


2 Funny Car Standings                           -            W-L


1 Jeff Diehl                  140                    -            7-1


2 Bob Tasca III              60                  80           3-0


3 Cruz Pedregon            60                  80           3-2


4 Gary Densham            60                 80           3-2


5 Tim Wilkerson            60                 80            3-2


6 John Force                 40               100            2-2


7 Matt Hagan               40                100            2-2


8 Ron Capps               40                 100            2-2


9 Alexis DeJoria          20                 120            1-2


10 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 20                120            1-2


11 Courtney Force       20                120            1-2


12 Chad Head             20                 120            1-2


13 James Campbell        0                140            0-1


14 Del Worsham            0                140            0-2


15 Robert Hight             0                140            0-2


16 Jack Beckman           0                140            0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 John Hale                 0                140            0-2


3 Top Fuel Standings                        -              W-L


1 Brittany Force                120         -              6-1


2 Tony Schumacher            80         40            4-1


3 Chris Karamesines           60         60            3-0


4 Leah Pritchett                 60         60            3-2


5 Doug Kalitta                  60          60           3-2


6 Dave Connolly               40          80           2-2


7 Troy Buff                      40          80           2-2


8 Shawn Langdon            40          80           2-2


9 Clay Millican                 20       100            1-2


10 Steve Torrence          20         100           1-2


11 Antron Brown           20         100           1-2


12 Scott Palmer            20         100           1-2


13 Terry McMillen         20          100          1-2


14 .J.R. Todd               20         100           1-2


15 Steve Faria               0         120            0-1


16 Richie Crampton        0        120            0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Morgan Lucas           0        120             0-2


4 Pro Stock Car Standings         -              W-L


1 V. Gaines               120         -              6-2


2 Greg Anderson       100       20              5-2


3 Kenny Delco            60       60              3-0


4 Shane Gray             60       60              3-1


5 Drew Skillman        40       80              2-2


6 Vincent Nobile         40       80             2-2


7 Allen Johnson         40       80              2-2


8 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.      40       80            2-2


9 Aaron Strong          20     100            1-2


10 Matthew Hartford 20      100            1-2


11 Bo Butner III       20      100            1-2


12 Chris McGaha      20      100            1-2


13 Joey Grose           0       120            0-1


14 Jason Line            0       120           0-2


15 Alex Laughlin        0      120            0-2


16 Erica Enders Stevens 0  120          0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Deric Kramer          0     120         0-2


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Drag Race Bowl II 4 Wide Nationals After Class Finals

Pro Stock Motorcycle


1st 3 Katie Sullivan 20


2nd 7 Andrew Hines 20


3rd 16 Melissa Surber 0


4th 13 Chip Ellis       0


Pro Stock Car


1st 16 Kenny Delco 20


2nd 11 Shane Gray 20


3rd 3 Greg Anderson 0


4th 5 V. Gaines        0


Stock Finals


PSM Katie Sullivan PSM Andrew Hines vs. PSC Kenny Delco PSC Shane Gray


Funny Car Finals


1st 7 Jeff Diehl  20


2nd 4 Bob Tasca III 20


3rd 8 John Force 0


4th 15 Cruz Pedregon


Top Fuel Finals


1st 16 Chris Karamesines 20


2nd 11 Tony Schumacher 20


3rd 4 Dave Connolly 0


4th 7 Leah Pritchett 0


Nitro Finals


FC Jeff Diehl FC Bob Tasca III vs. TF Chris Karamesines TF Tony Schumacher


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Drag Race Bowl II NHRA Fast 16 After 2nd Rd Qualifying

1 PSM Katie Sullivan       140  7-1 2 +1


2 TF Brittany Force         120  6-1  1 -1


3 PSC V.Gaines              120 6-1   3


4 FC Jeff Diehl               120 6-1 4


5 PSC Greg Anderson     100 5-1 5


6 TF Leah Pritchett           60 3-1 10 +4


7 TF Tony Schumacher     60 3-1 11 +4


8 FC Cruz Pedregon         60 3-2 16 +8


9 FC Gary Densham         60 3-2 6 -3


10 TF Doug Kalitta          60  3-2 7 -3


11 PSM Steve Johnson   60 3-2 8 -3


12 FC Tim Wilkerson      60 3-2 9 -3


13 PSM Melissa Surber   40 2-0 NR


14 TF Chris Karamesines 40 2-0 NR


15 PSC Kenny Delco       40 2-0 NR


16 FC Bob Tasca III       40 2-0 NR


Dropped Out:


12 PSM Karen Stoffer


13 PSC Drew Skillman


14 PSC Vincent Nobile


15 FC Matt Hagan


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Drag Race Bowl II Standings After 2nd Rd Quals

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle Standings               -         W-L


1 Katie Sullivan                       140           -          7-1


2 Steve Johnson                        60          80        3-2


3 Melissa Surber                        40        100        2-0


4 Andrew Hines                         40        100        2-1


5 Chip Ellis                               40         100      2-1


6 Karen Stoffer                        40          100     2-2


7 Hector Arana,Jr.                    40         100      2-2


8 Angelle Sampey                    40         100     2-2


9 LE Tonglet                           20         120     1-1


10 Scotty Pollacheck               20         120    1-2


11 Michael Ray,Jr.                  20         120     1-2


12 Gerald Savoie                   20         120      1-2


13 James Underdahl              20         120      1-2


14 Shawn Gann                   20          120      1-2


15 Angie Smith                     0         140        0-1


16 Joe DeSantis                   0           140       0-1


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Eddie Krawiec                 0          140       0-2


18 Hector Arana,Sr,            0          140       0-2


2 Top Fuel Standings                        -        W-L


1 Brittany Force               120          -         6-1


2 Leah Pritchett                 60         60       3-1


3 Tony Schumacher           60         60       3-1


4 Doug Kalitta                   60         60        3-2


5 Chris Karamesines           40        80        2-0


6 Dave Connolly                 40         80      2-1


7 Troy Buff                        40        80        2-2


8 Shawn Langdon              40        80        2-2


9 Clay Millican                    20     100       1-2


10 Steve Torrence            20     100        1-2


11 Antron Brown             20     100         1-2


12 Scott Palmer              20    100          1-2


13 Terry McMillen           20    100          1-2


14 .J.R. Todd                 20     100         1-2


15 Steve Faria                0       120        0-1


16 Richie Crampton        0       120        0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Morgan Lucas           0      120        0-2


3 Pro Stock Car Standings        -         W-L


1 V. Gaines              120          -       6-1


2 Greg Anderson      100          20     5-1


3 Kenny Delco           40          80     2-0


4 Shane Gray            40         80       2-1


5 Drew Skillman        40         80      2-1


6 Vincent Nobile       40          80      2-2


7 Allen Johnson        40         80      2-2


8 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.     40         80      2-2


9 Aaron Strong        20      100        1-2


10 Matthew Hartford 20     100        1-2


11 Bo Butner III      20      100        1-2


12 Chris McGaha      20     100        1-2


13 Joey Grose            0     120        0-1


14 Jason Line             0     120       0-2


15 Alex Laughlin        0    120        0-2


16 Erica Enders Stevens 0 120      0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Deric Kramer          0 120       0-2


4 Funny Car Standings     -         W-L


1 Jeff Diehl             120   -         6-1


2 Cruz Pedregon       60    60     3-1


3 Gary Densham       60   60     3-2


4 Tim Wilkerson       60  60       3-2


5 Bob Tasca III         40  80     2-0


6 John Force            40   80    2-1


7 Matt Hagan           40 80      2-2


8 Ron Capps            40 80      2-2


9 Alexis DeJoria      20  100    1-2


10 Tommy Johnson Jr. 20 100 1-2


11 Courtney Force   20 100 1-2


12 Chad Head        20 100 1-2


13 James Campbell  0 120 0-1


14 Del Worsham      0 120 0-2


15 Robert Hight      0 120  0-2


16 Jack Beckman    0 120 0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 John Hale          0 120 0-2


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Drag Race Bowl II After 2nd Rd Quals 4 Wide Nationals

Pro Stock Motorcycle


1st 3 Katie Sullivan 20


2nd 7 Andrew Hines 20


3rd 6 LE Tonglet 0


4th 15 Michael Ray,Jr. 0


 


1st 16 Melissa Surber 20


2nd 13 Chip Ellis 20


3rd 12 Karen Stoffer 0


4th 1 Scotty Pollacheck 0


Pro Stock Car


1st 11 Shane Gray 20


2nd 3 Greg Anderson 20


3rd 15 Aaron Strong 0


4th 7 Drew Skillman 0


 


1st 5 V. Gaines 20


2nd 16 Kenny Delco 20


3rd 13 Matthew Hartford 0


4th 8 Vincent Nobile 0


Funny Car


1st 15 Cruz Pedregon 20


2nd 7 Jeff Diehl 20


3rd 6 Alexis DeJoria 0


4th 14 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 0


 


1st 8 John Force 20


2nd 4 Bob Tasca III 20


3rd 13 Matt Hagan 0


4th 1 Gary Densham 0


Top Fuel


1st 16 Chris Karamesines 20


2nd 4 Dave Connolly 20


3rd 5 Clay Millican 0


4th 8 Antron Brown 0


 


1st 7 Leah Pritchett 20


2nd 11 Tony Schumacher 20


3rd 6 Steve Torrence 0


4th 15 Scott Palmer 0


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Drag Race Bowl II NHRA Fast 16 After 1st Rd Quals

1 TF Brittany Force 120 6-1 1


2 PSM Katie Sullivan 120 6-1 2


3 PSC V. Gaines 100 5-1 3


4 FC Jeff Diehl 100 5-1 4


5 PSC Greg Anderson 80 4-1 7 +2


6 FC Gary Densham 60 3-1 9 +3


7 TF Doug Kalitta 60 3-2 5 -2


8 PSM Steve Johnson 60 3-2 6 -2


9 FC Tim Wilkerson 60 3-2 8 -1


10 TF Leah Pritchett 40 2-1 NR


11 TF Tony Schumacher 40 2-1 NR


12 PSM Karen Stoffer 40 2-1 NR


13 PSC Drew Skillman 40 2-1 NR


14 PSC Vincent Nobile 40 2-1 NR


15 FC Matt Hagan 40 2-1 NR


16 FC Cruz Pedregon 40 2-1 NR


Dropped Out:


10 PSC Allen Johnson


11 TF Troy Buff


12 PSC Jeg Coughlin,Jr.


13 FC Ron Capps


14 PSM Hector Arana,Jr.


15 TF Shawn Langdon


16 PSM Angelle Sampey


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Let's Bring the Indy and Milwaukee of the Short Tracks to IndyCar

I have a big idea, why not have the Indy and the Milwaukee of the Short Tracks in IndyCar with Martinsville and Nashville, and I would want to see Go Karts, Bandeloros, Sprint Cars, Legend Cars, Modified Cars and IndyCars on the same track.


I feel that for Martinsville to accomadate this, I would feel like they'd need to do a Twinighter in the Summer. And for Nashville Fair to have IndyCar in the Metro Davidson, it would be a coup in a big way.


The odds of this being brought up in actuality is very low.


But, if it did get brought up, it would be an Open Wheel Frenzy from beginning, middle and end.


And, in the Henry County of the VA, it would revive the Modified Tradition that held forever.


 


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Drag Race Bowl II After 1st Rd Quals 4 Wide Natls

1 Top Fuel Standings                         -          W-L


1 Brittany Force                  120        -          6-1


2 Doug Kalitta                      60       60        3-2


3 Leah Pritchett                   40       80         2-1


4 Tony Schumacher             40       80         2-1


5 Troy Buff                         40       80         2-2


6 Shawn Langdon               40       80         2-2


7 Chris Karamesines           20      100        1-0


8 Dave Connolly                20      100         1-1


9 Clay Millican                  20       100         1-1


10 Steve Torrence            20      100         1-1


11 Antron Brown             20     100          1-1


12 Scott Palmer             20      100         1-1


13 Terry McMillen          20      100         1-2


14 .J.R. Todd              20       100         1-2


15 Richie Crampton      0       120         0-2


16 Morgan Lucas         0       120         0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Steve Faria           0      120          0-1


2 Pro Stock Motorcycle Standings   -    W-L


1 Katie Sullivan         120          -       6-1


2 Steve Johnson         60        60      3-2


3 Karen Stoffer          40        80       2-1


4 Hector Arana,Jr.     40         80      2-2


5 Angelle Sampey     40        80       2-2


6 LE Tonglet            20       100      1-0


7 Melissa Surber     20       100      1-0


8 Scotty Pollacheck 20      100      1-1


9 Andrew Hines     20       100     1-1


10 Chip Ellis         20       100     1-1


11 Michael Ray,Jr. 20     100      1-1


12 Gerald Savoie  20     100      1-1


13 James Underdahl 20  100     1-2


14 Shawn Gann     20  100       1-2


15 Angie Smith       0  120        0-1


16 Joe DeSantis      0  120         0-1


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Eddie Krawiec    0 120         0-2


18 Hector Arana,Sr. 0 120        0-2


3 Pro Stock Car Standings     -    W-L


1 V.Gaines           100         -   5-1


2 Greg Anderson    80      20   4-1


3 Drew Skillman    40      60  2-1


4 Vincent Nobile    40     60   2-1


5 Allen Johnson    40     60    2-2


6 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 40     60  2-2


7 Kenny Delco      20    80   1-0


8 Shane Gray       20   80    1-1


9 Aaron Strong    20    80   1-1


10 Matthew Hartford 20 80 1-1


11 Bo Butner III 20 80 1-2


12 Chris McGaha 20 80 1-2


13 Joey Grose     0 100  0-1


14 Jason Line     0 100 0-2


15 Alex Laughlin 0 100 0-2


16 Erica Enders Stevens 0 100 0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Deric Kramer 0 100 0-2


4 Funny Car Standings     -     W-L


1 Jeff Diehl   100            -     5-1


2 Gary Densham 60      40   3-1


3 Tim Wilkerson  60     40   3-1


4 Matt Hagan     40     60  2-1


5 Cruz Pedregon 40     60 2-1


6 Ron Capps      40      60  2-1


7 Bob Tasca III  20      80 1-0


8 John Force     20      80 1-1


9 Alexis DeJoria 20     80 1-1


10 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 20 80 1-1


11 Courtney Force 20 80 1-2


12 Chad Head  20 80 1-2


13 James Campbell 0 100 0-1


14 Del Worsham 0 100 0-2


15 Robert Hight 0 100 0-2


16 Jack Beckman 0 100 0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 John Hale     0 100 0-2


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4 Wide Nationals 1st Round Qualifying

Editor's Note: Scoring for the 1st 5 Rounds is 20-20-0-0 and it is 1st to 4th. Also, in the 8 Round, it is Class Winners that will be credited with wins, and in the 4 Wide Semifinals, it is Conference Winners and in the Traditional Final, it is the Overall Winner just so we don't miss a round.


Pro Stock Motorcycle


1st 3 Katie Sullivan 20


2nd 6 LE Tonglet 20


3rd 11 James Underdahl 0


4th 14 Shawn Gann 0


 


1st 15 Michael Ray Jr. 20


2nd 7 Andrew Hines 20


3rd 2 Eddie Krawiec 0


4th 10 Gerald Savoie 0


 


1st 16 Melissa Surber 20


2nd 1 Scotty Pollacheck 20


3rd 8 Hector Arana,Jr. 0


4th 9 Angelle Sampey 0


Pro Stock Car


1st 11 Shane Gray 20


2nd 3 Greg Anderson 20


3rd 14 Deric Kramer 0


4th 6 Bo Butner III 0


 


1st 15 Aaron Strong 20


2nd 7 Drew Skillman 20


3rd 2 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 0


4th 10 Erica Enders Stevens 0


 


1st 13 Matthew Hartford 20


2nd 5 V. Gaines 20


3rd 4 Jason Line 0


4th 12 Alex Laughlin 0


 


1st 16 Kenny Delco 20


2nd 8 Vincent Nobile 20


3rd 1 Allen Johnson 0


4th 9 Chris McGaha 0


Funny Car


1st 6 Alexis DeJoria 20


2nd 14 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 20


3rd 3 Tim Wilkerson 0


4th 11 Chad Head 0


 


1st 15 Cruz Pedregon 20


2nd 7 Jeff Diehl 20


3rd 2 Ron Capps 0


4th 10 Jack Beckman 0


 


1st 4 Bob Tasca III 20


2nd 13 Matt Hagan 20


3rd 12 Del Worsham 0


4th 5 Robert Hight 0


 


1st 1 Gary Densham 20


2nd  8 John Force 20


3rd 9 Courtney Force 0


4th 16 John Hale 0


Top Fuel


1st 4 Dave Connolly 20


2nd 5 Clay Millican 20


3rd 12 Richie Crampton 0


4th 13 Shawn Langdon 0


 


1st 16 Chris Karamesines 20


2nd 8 Antron Brown 20


3rd 1 Brittany Force 0


4th 9 Doug Kalitta 0


 


1st 11 Tony Schumacher 20


2nd 6 Steve Torrence 20


3rd 14 Morgan Lucas 0


4th 3 Terry McMillen 0


 



1st 7 Leah Pritchett 20


2nd 15 Scott Palmer 20


3rd 2 Troy Buff 0


4th 10 JR Todd 0


 


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2016 Week 14 Driver of the Year

1 Mark Ironside US Legend Car 25 103


2 Daniel Suarez XFinity 16 41


3 Greg Anderson NHRA 14 39


4 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 12 28


5 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 10 10


6 Scott Hogan IMCA 8 68


7 Kenzie Ruston K and N 6 6


8 Brendan Gaughn XFinity 5 5


9 Derrike Cope XFinity 4 17


10 Dan Fletcher NHRA 3 19


11 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 2 27


12 Andy Eckrich IMCA 1 101


After 14 of 40 Events


1 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 103 -


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 101 2


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


3 Scott Hogan IMCA 68 35


4 Bryce Menzies SCORE 62 41


5 Dave Darland USAC 56 47


6 Daniel Suarez XFinity 41 62


7 Greg Anderson NHRA 39 64


8 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 37 66


9 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 33 70


10 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 30 73


11 Cole Anderson SSS 30 73


12 Allen Hopp IMCA 30 73


13 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 73


14 Jay Fogleman PASS 29 74


15 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 74


16 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 28 75


17 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 27 76


18 Danny Lasoski ASCS 26 77


19 Brittany Force NHRA 26 77


20 Bryan Clauson IndyCar 25 78


21 Tommy Phillips NHRA 25 78


22 Clayton Green K and N 24 79


23 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 79


24 Ron Capps NHRA 20 83


25 Terry McCarl ASCS 20 83


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 83


27 Dan Fletcher NHRA 19 84


28 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 19 84


29 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 18 85


30 Derrike Cope XFinity 17 86


31 Ryan Gustin USMTS 16 87


32 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 87


33 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 87


34 Shane Stewart WOO 16 87


35 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 87


36 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 87


37 Conor Daly Indy Car 14 89


38 Tim Wilkerson NHRA 12 91


39 Ryan Truex Trucks 12 91


40 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 91


41 Del Worsham NHRA 11 92


42 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 10 93


43 John Force NHRA 10 93


44 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 93


45 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 93


46 Nehreen Ismail WRC 10 93


47 Allen Johnson NHRA 10 93


48 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 10 93


49 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 93


50 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 94


51 John Hunter Nemechek Trucks 8 95


52 Doug Kalitta NHRA 8 95


53 Eric McClure XFinity 8 95


54 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 95


55 Harrison Burton K and N 8 95


56 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 8 95


57 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Truck 7 96


58 Kenzie Ruston K and N 6 97


59 Grant Enfinger Trucks 6 97


60 Ed Carpenter IndyCar 6 97


61 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 6 97


62 Jason Line NHRA 6 97


63 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 97


64 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 97


65 Brendan Gaughn XFinity 5 98


66 Leah Pritchett NHRA 5 98


67 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 5 98


68 Earl Pearson,Jr. Lucas Oil 5 98


69 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 98


70 Bo Butner III NHRA 4 99


71 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 4 99


72 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 99


73 Shane Clanton WOO Late Model 3 100


74 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 3 100


75 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 100


76 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 2 101


77 Jeb Burton XFinity 2 101


78 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 101


79 Scott Pruett USCR 2 101


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Miscommunciation and Confusion

I feel that I was stunned over Miscommunication and Confusion at All Star Weekend. I think Danica costing Ryan Blaney and The Wood Brothers a rare Rookie of the Year won't do half the nation no favors, and it is bigger than Josh Wise costing me and Austin Dillon and the supporters of the 3 Car a Rookie of the Year a rare Rookie of the Year.


One huge red flag is if you get worked up for talent and not the team on the field. HUGE. This year being an ending year and not having any anything doesn't excuse the shabby judgment. If the Coca Cola 600 had to be Saturday Night just to let Indy have its saga, and despite all the better pleas, the disrespect is blatant.


If things where running like they supposed to, we wouldn't be having all this disrespect. And, the syrup tales don't mean that I want to know those who had to juggle it all for real and didn't graduate or couldn't. And, the second badism is Rob Kauffman not just rifling through Felix Sabates and Michael Waltrip, both NASCAR Luminaries, but, keeping the Wood Brothers from getting respect and destroying the Owners Points System in the process. I haven't been a fan of the Owners Points System since Ernie Irvan got hurt in 1994, but, if we where on Drivers Points, it would make Qualifying more on speed and merit and less on Business to Business.


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Theater needs Cinema, too.

I don't mean to dig into Late 1980s Early 1990s Hollywood Broadway Revival headlines, but, I am feeling chronically disappointed why the Indy 500 Run Up is not theater. And, Formula One doesn't have model racers,either.


I feel for real practicing crisis management and not just shovel it to the bottom of the dial,too. And, being back on my 2012, I don't want to fetishize racing decisions in the hands of Corporate America, but, I feel if we where to have All Star in Charlotte, I'd want a Wednesday and Thursday Night Network Air Presence. Doing level best "Getting What We Paid For" doesn't make anything up but Extreme Makeovers. The least I could offer is a Twinighter Charlotte Speedweeks.


I am not trying to harp, but, Charlotte is a lot of motorsports home. It'd be inevitable to see outgrowth too, but, I am not OK with Bad Actors dictating Economy or Public Policy.


 


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In the Open Wheel Theater

I feel in the Open Wheel Theater, I sense if we get another or more chassises, that is a 20 Vehicle Allotment and it would make manufacturers actually make money on successes vs. futilities. I'd sense that who are we going to send up to Formula One and actually try to win races.


If we did get to the 125th Indianapolis 500, in 2041, we'd have 10 Indianapolis 500 and Indianapolis Motor Speedway wins. And, the fact is having to rebuild the Lap Fund and recolonize Indianapolis like it was part of my hometown.


If we did get to the 150th Running of the Indy 500 in 2066, we'd have 100 Indy 500 Heroes. My feelings are we are close to 70 Indy 500 Heroes, and in the next 2 to 5 Years, Scott Dixon would win Race #50. But, I feel that the scramble for 100 Major Open Wheel Wins would be 2030 and beyond, at least thinking with no theater in the run up, at least go about racing out of pocket for new bids or oval races.


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Harvick's "Multi-Beer" Contract, Topeka and Business History, A Proper Month of May and A Midseason All Star Race

First of all, I'd like to riff on the Kevin Harvick "Multi Beer" Contract. Granted, a man isn't to knock a Multi Year Contract unless Danica won't make it past the Coca Cola 400, Smoke won't pass beyond the Brickyard 400 and Kurt is just Kurt. I am feeling with all these rumors poke light at Stewart-Haas, the future, and we are a long way from peak Stewart Haas in 2012, not 2011.


Topeka is deep in Motorsports Business History. First of all, I hope they go out and about to make it a class venue again, including, up to and not limited to making it a class facility by having the straightaway and the Start Finish at the NHRA 1320 Line. With Cory Mac not winning a title over Sanneair, among Jim Yates and his US Nationals burns, Kurt Johnson not getting it together start to finish and Whit Bazemore, and with the dance with Topeka, No Topeka and Topeka again, which is why we have this Weekend to start with and the fans being hopping mad at ESPN for being chinced, and I still don't buy the whole Fox Sports Deal, which I encourage at least a full on buy of certain weekends, if you want to see them Throttle to Throttle on Network Airwaves,


I really do want a Proper Month of May. In my bid for 4 Round Qualifying and 6 Week Preps, I am still offering to see in Dominion and Darlington will buy into IndyCar. And, if Verizon line keeps dropping like Balls, I would say Buy In to any other Good Corporation in the USA.


And, a Midseason All Star Race is pushing toward evolution.


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Stock Car Bowl VIII After 6 of 20 Events

Editor's Notes: I know that being told how to feel is not a good look, but, I think the caveat before any future Cup Sponsor is to make the All Star Race a true blue midseason classic. Even though I have brought it up before, but, evolution is a fact of life, too.


                                                                                                  -          W   P


1 24- Chase Elliott(R)                                          99                      -         1


2 6-Trevor Bayne                                               94                      5          2


3 52-Joey Gase                                                  94                     5           1


4 85-Katie Sullivan                                             75                    24          2      1


5 38-Landon Cassill                                             74                   25          1


6 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                                          74                  25            1


7 3-Austin Dillon                                                 70                  29


8 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                                       69                  30


9 32-Bobby LaBonte                                           64                   35


10 43-Aric Amirola                                              63                  36           1


11 30-Dominique Van Wieringen                         62                   37


12 62-Brendan Gaughn                                      56                  43           1


13 23-David Ragan                                            51                  48           1       1


14 44-Brian Scott (R)                                        50                  49            1


15 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.                                 47                   52          1        1


16 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.                              45                    54          1        1


17 87-Joe Nemechek                                        43                    56


18 16-Greg Biffle                                              42                   57


19 1-Jamie McMurray                                       37                    62         1      1


20  55-Michael Waltrip                                     30                     69


21 05-Jay Fogleman                                        28                    71


22 15-Clint Bowyer                                         24                    75


23 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.                                     24                   75


24 9-Casey Roderick                                       24                     75


25 8-John Hunter Nemechek                           23                     76


26 95-Michael McDowell                                 21                     78


27 7-Kelsey Bauer                                         16                     83


28 07-Ray Black,Jr.                                      16                     83


29 29-Reed Sorenson                                   16                      83


30 56-Ryan Truex                                        16                     83


31 2-Brad Keselowski                                   16                     83


32 86-Ron Capps                                         16                      83


33 71-Gary Densham                                  16                       83


34 89-Kenzie Ruston                                   15                       84


35 75-Nicole Lyons                                    15                         84


36 80-Leah Pritchett                                  12                        87


37 41-Brian Vickers                                   12                        87


38 28-Mason Mitchell                                 12                        87


39 84-Scott Hogan                                     11                       88


40 82-Dave Connolly                                  10                       89


41 35-Daniel Hemric                                  10                       89


42 82-Grant Enfinger                                 10                       89


43 39-Ryan Sieg                                        9                        90


44 45-Brett Moffitt                                     8                        91


45 5-Kasey Kahne                                     8                        91


46 48-Jimmie Johnson                               8                        91


47 98-Cole Whitt                                      7                         92


48 34-Chris Buescher (R)                          7                         92


49 13-Casey Mears                                   5                        94


50 27-Paul Menard                                    4                       95


51 12-Juan Pablo Montoya                        4                         95


52 99-Scott Dixon                                    3                          96


53 42-Kyle Larson                                   3                          96


54 77-Katherine Legge                           3                           96


55 46-Michael Annett                             2                           97


56 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)                   1                           98


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Lewis Hamilton is no Bobby or Big Al Unser and other Motorsports Finds

Howdy,


I was going to hold on Lewis Hamilton not being a Bobby or Big Al Unser, but, I feel my concern is with Formula One, is there enough "Show and Prove"? There is not enough account and just because the CEOs tooled in Nissans, Hondas and Toyotas doesn't always make it so.


I feel who is going to get called for the Next 2 Years of Formula One? That is a huge matter and having extreme sports in a rebellous and a repellous post-adolescence where it is tougher to find sponsors and being focused on digging out of pocket when a lot of them had problems in School or at home is tough.


If Target's Sales keep falling, the next thing would have called Kasey Kahne to IndyCar. And, I doubt Ganassi would have the same hold because if we don't see no Target Red with the Castrol Green, Ferrari Red, Bud King Red, STP Red and Blue, and Out West, NAPA Blue, the suburbs would just lose it.


Editorally, even though not everyone in Suburbia is a race fan, but, iconicness is easily noticed and no one monkeying with the paint. And, for all the Winning Pennzoil Yellow Colors, the least I could ask is to see Eddie Hill Detail Names of the crew.


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Alabama 50 Finishing Order

1 (8) 6-Trevor Bayne  25             94


2 (16) 3-Austin Dillon         16     70


3 (7) 24-Chase Elliott (R) 14       99


4 (5) 26-Robert Richardson,Jr. 12 45


5 (1) 85-Katie Sullivan            10 75


6 (10) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)         8 74


7 (3) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.      6 47


8 (9) 38-Landon Cassill             5 74


9 (14) 32-Bobby LaBonte          4 64


10 (11) 43-Aric Amirola            3 63


11 (15) 30-Dominique Van Wieringen 2 62


12 (12) 62-Brendan Gaughn    1 56


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 (13) 44-Brian Scott


14 (4) 1-Jamie McMurray


15 (2) 23-David Ragan 30 Engine


16 (6) 52-Joey Gase      6 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Sullivan 1-3


Ragan 4-12


Stenhouse,Jr. 13-19


McMurray 20-26


Richardson,Jr. 27-37


Elliott 38-44


Bayne 45-50


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Alabama 50 Starting Order

Row 1


85-Katie Sullivan


23-David Ragan


Row 2


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


 1-Jamie McMurray


Row 3


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


52-Joey Gase


Row 4


24-Chase Elliott(R)


 6-Trevor Bayne


Row 5


38-Landon Cassill


21-Ryan Blaney(R)


Row 6


43-Aric Amirola


62-Brendan Gaughn


Row 7


44-Brian Scott


32-Bobby LaBonte


Row 8


30-Dominique Van Wieringen


 3-Austin Dillon


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Stewart Haas and HScott's Questionable Decisions

I'd like to think if everyone has the same parts, how come is it Stewart Haas is stuck with questionable talent and bad business decisions and HScott is running and hiding with his name all over the place? Even in this lean time, Free Enterprise STILL Matters and I don't think I am comfortable with letting a bad joke keep running.


This is far past not knowing if the Monkey Wrench was real and turning it into a bad joke. I am thinking Front Row would potentially acquire Bowyer and BK Racing acquire Annett if push came to shove. And, I want to see the Renaissance Center move  Dale Jr. into being a Cup Owner Driver and Kevin Harvick being an Owner Driver Again.


I think the reticince on safety would free us Dover Downs and Pocono as Motorsports Venues. "White Lightning", what Dover has called their Concrete Surface,  has its real finishing day spooled on the surface like a bad joker. What is not so funny is the Sanneairian Disconcern for Safety.


If we had to have Newton and Kansas in Cup just to have Mother's Day freed in Cup and call it a 34 Race Season, again, I would want to see that. And, being stuck in our Anchorman, mishandling talent is even worse than Marty McSorley or Joey Logano, and not having any talent and being pressed into superstardom is not responsible business.


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Is Professionalism a Generation Gap?

Editors Note: IndyMyIndy is digging into loaded territory, here and with the world going way too fast, I sense professionalism is easily hidden just for a show or a check or 26.


I wonder is professionalism a generation gap? I really think with too many issues and not enough push to unemploy the establishment that is all over the place but not to be confused with Rusty Wallace.


Unfortunately, even though I'd love to try, but, I can't change the circumstances we are in. If it involved demoting said superstar to K and N just to be pro, that would be the "Crying Jordan" Payoff that ain't.


And, Ricky Stenhouse,Jr forcing the subject on 2 Nationwide Titles was the way back to the Rookie of the Year Race. Even though I'd love to mat 2013 and later talent to where the Young Guns where fired, but, it would have caused elite by who won or elite by who was in for years or elite popularity.


Frankly, the third rail of that afformention won't get to no Greg Anderson or Shawn Langdon, but, a lot of problems if you can't do your job or if relatives had the air. Even though Notre Dame should have had 8 Heismen and McCarron should have been one, but, that's out of hot air and hindsight.


Add Comment  | May 12, 2016
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Stock Car Bowl VIII Standings After 5 of 20 Events

                                                                                -      W    L


1 52-Joey Gase                           94                           -      1


2 24-Chase Elliott (R)                  85                          9      1


3 6-Trevor Bayne                       69                         25      1


4 38-Landon Cassill                   69                        25        1


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.             69                       25


6 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                66                      28         1


7 85-Katie Sullivan                   65                      29          2    1


8 43-Aric Amirola                     60                      34         1


9 32-Bobby LaBonte                60                      34


10 30-Dominique Van Wieringen  60                  34


11 62-Brendan Gaughn               55                   39        1


12 3-Austin Dillon                       54                  40


13 23-David Ragan                     51                  43        1        1


14 44-Brian Scott (R)                 50                  44        1


15 87-Joe Nemechek                  43                  51


16 16-Greg Biffle                       42                  52


17 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.          41                 53          1        1


18 1-Jamie McMurray                 37                57          1        1


19 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.       33               61           1        1


20 55-Michael Waltrip               30                64


21 05-Jay Fogleman                 28                66


22 15-Clint Bowyer                  28                66


23 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.             24               70


24 9-Casey Roderick                24              70


25 8-John Hunter Nemechek    23              71


26 95-Michael McDowell          21              73


27 7-Kelsey Bauer                 16               78


28 07-Ray Black,Jr.               16               78


29 29-Reed Sorenson            16              78


30 56-Ryan Truex                16               78


31 2-Brad Keselowski           16              78


32 71-Ron Capps                 16             78


33 86-Gary Densham           16            78


34 89-Kenzie Ruston            15            79


35 75-Nicole Lyons              15            79


36 80-Leah Pritchett            12            82


37 41-Brian Vickers             12           82


38 28-Mason Mitchell           12          82


39 84-Scott Hogan              11         83


40 82-Dave Connolly           10         84


41 35-Daniel Hemric           10         84


42 82-Grant Enfinger          10        84


43 39-Ryan Sieg                  9       85


44 45-Brett Moffitt               8        86


45 5-Kasey Kahne               8       86


46 48-Jimmie Johnson         8      86


47 98-Cole Whitt                7        87


48 34-Chris Buescher (R)      7     87


49 13-Casey Mears              5    89


50 27-Paul Menard             4     90


51 12-Juan Pablo Montoya   4  90


52 99-Scott Dixon             3   91


53 42-Kyle Larson             3  91


54 77-Katherine Legge        3 91


55 46-Michael Annett          2 92


56 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)  1 93


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Where Does It End, My Friend, Season

I feel that keep running just to keep running is not good. I feel the Earnhardt Relationship is more complex than most Hollywood relationships.


I feel, too, that with Smokey Yunich's Black and Gold 13 being on a NASCAR Track again is a tribute as long as you don't aggravate the Ghosts of Bills France. And, I would draw the line if they tried to tributizatize Kurt Busch in any future.


I really do want Model Citizens racing and being on the road. And, desire helps pay the bills, no matter who's around.


I'd like to see more considerations for serious Dallara Combatants in Indy Car. I find that that situation stresses out Chevrolet and Honda's Engine Bill.


And, the Black and Gold 13 doesn't mean Smokey Yunich and the NASCAR Hall of Fame Stance has not changed. But, there are obviousisms that need air, like Motorsports as a National Scene again.


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Pensacola Diamond 75 Finishing Order

1 24 Chase Elliott (R)  25             85


2 3 Austin Dillon               16       54


3 6 Trevor Bayne              14      69


4 1 Jamie McMurray          12      37


5 7 Kelsey Bauer              10      16


6 39 Ryan Sieg                  8        9


7 62 Brendan Gaughn        6      55


8 32 Bobby LaBonte           5     60


9 16 Greg Biffle                 4    42


10 52 Joey Gase                3    94


11 45 Brett Moffitt             2      8


12 07 Ray Black Jr             1    16


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 44 Brian Scott (R)


14 43 Aric Amirola


15 13 Casey Mears


16 88 Dale Earnhardt, Jr.


17 21 Ryan Blaney (R)


18 17 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


19 8 John Hunter Nemechek


20 29 Reed Sorenson


21 82 Dave Connolly    53 Crash


22 80 Leah Pritchett      36 Engine


23 15 Clint Bowyer        16 Crash


24 14 Sam Hornish,Jr.     3 Engine Fire


Lap Leaders


McMurray 1-5


Gase 6-9


Sorenson 10-13


Elliott 14-22


LaBonte 23-28


Elliott 29-31


Pritchett 32-36


Elliott 37-41


Amirola 42-46


Connolly 47-53


Bauer 54-59


J H Nemechek 60


Elliott 61-75


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Our Person at the Starters Stand

I would really like to congratulate Mike Gittings as the 4th Official NHRA Chief Starter in NHRA History. To make up for the untimely passing of Mark Lyles, I would like to see this Chief Starter go into 2036 to make up for Rick Stewart and to pay back Buster Couch.


I really hope that would be the day when NHRA turns 85, but, the reality is where is the involvement to repay a coast to coast sponsor package and with the Counterculture being more prevalent than Popular Culture, that is a worry.


And, better yet, crosspromote better. I don't mean being pulled out of the museum in the worst kind of way, but, where is the Professionalism and Education at together? I would like to see that and not just one dwarf the other and I wish some of our bellweather states could do business better.


I would like to see a Tuner Class Again compete with the Pro Stock Car and Pro Stock Modifieds and also, bring back Ford. And, I am sure on the street someone will put a Pontiac in the Mello Yello Series again.


Add Comment  | May 6, 2016
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Pensacola Diamond 75 Starting Lineup

Row 1


 1-Jamie McMurray


52-Joey Gase


Row 2


29-Reed Sorenson


24-Chase Elliott (R)


Row 3


15-Clint Bowyer


32-Bobby LaBonte


Row 4


80-Leah Pritchett


43-Aric Amirola


Row 5


82-Dave Connolly


 8-John Hunter Nemechek


Row 6


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


14-Sam Hornish,Jr.


Row 7


45-Brett Moffitt


 7-Kelsey Bauer


Row 8


13-Casey Mears


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


Row 9


 6-Trevor Bayne


62-Brendan Gaughn


Row 10


44-Brian Scott (R)


16- Greg Biffle


Row 11


 3-Austin Dillon


07-Ray Black,Jr.


Row 12


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


39-Ryan Sieg


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Stock Car Bowl VIII After Pensacola Twin 50s

                                                                       -          W    P


1 52-Joey Gase                                  91           -          1


Editor's Note: This would be in real reality, if it happened, Jimmy Means Racing 1st Out of Town Points Lead With Win


2 38-Landon Cassill                          69         22         1


3 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                    69         22


4 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                      66         25          1


5 85-Katie Sullivan                          65        26          2        1


6 43-Aric Amirola                           60         31         1


7 24-Chase Elliott (R)                     60        31


8 30-Dominique Van Wieringen       60       31


9 6-Trevor Bayne                           55      36          1


10 32-Bobby LaBonte                     55     36


11 23-David Ragan                       51       40         1       1


12 44-Brian Scott (R)                   50      41          1


13 62-Brendan Gaughn               49       42          1


14 87-Joe Nemechek                  43       48


15 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.           41      50          1        1


16 3-Austin Dillon                       38      53


17 16-Greg Biffle                       38      53


18 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.       33     58          1        1


19 55-Michael Waltrip                30     61


20 05-Jay Fogleman                  28    63


21 15-Clint Bowyer                  28    63


22 1-Jamie McMurray               25    68        1          1


23 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.             24    69


24 9-Casey Broderick              24    69


25 8-John Hunter Nemechek   23   68


26 95-Michael McDowell         21  70


27 29-Reed Sorenson           16  75


28 56-Ryan Truex                16 75


29 2-Brad Keselowski           16 75


30 71-Gary Densham           16 75


31 86-Ron Capps                16 75


32 07-Ray Black,Jr.             15 76


33 89-Kenzie Ruston           15 76


34 75-Nicole Lyons             15 76


35 80-Leah Pritchett           12 79


36 41-Brian Vickers            12 79


37 28-Mason Mitchell          12 79


38 84-Scott Hogan              11 80


39 82-Dave Connolly           10 81


40 35-Daniel Hemric            10 81


41 82-Grant Enfinger          10 81


42 5-Kasey Kahne               8 83


43 48-Jimmie Johnson        8 83


44 98-Cole Whitt               7 84


45 34-Chris Buescher (R) 7 84


46 45-Brett Moffitt         6 85


47 7-Kelsey Bauer         6 85


48 13-Casey Mears        5 86


49 27-Paul Menard        4 87


50 12-JP Montoya         4 87


51 99-Scott Dixon        3 88


52 42-Kyle Larson       3 88


53 77-Katherine Legge 3 88


54 46-Michael Annett 2 89


55 39-Ryan Sieg      1 90


56 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 1 90


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Pensacola Twin #2 Finishing Order

1 52-Joey Gase         25                   2nd 91


2 24-Chase Elliott (R)          16         4th 60


3 32-Bobby LaBonte            14        6th 55


4 43-Aric Amirola                12        8th 60


5 82-Dave Connolly             10      10th 10


6 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.            8      12th 24


7 7-Kelsey Bauer                 6       14th 6


8 21-Ryan Blaney (R)          5       16th 66


9 62-Brendan Gaughn         4       18th 49


10 16-Greg Biffle                3       20th 38


11 07-Ray Black,Jr.            2       22nd 15


12 39-Ryan Sieg                1       24th 1


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 05-Jay Fogleman


14 28-Mason Mitchell


15 23-David Ragan            36 Engine


16 95-Michael McDowell     18 Crash


17 26-Robert Richardson,Jr. 11 Engine


18 89-Kenzie Ruston            2 Engine


Lap Leaders


Ragan 1-3


Richardson,Jr. 4-8


Blaney 9-14


Gase 15-21


Amirola 22


Gaughn 23-29


Gase 30-33


Elliott 34-39


LaBonte 40-43


Elliott 44-46


Gase 47-50


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Pensacola Twin #1 Finishing

1 1-Jamie McMurray    25           1st       25


2 29-Reed Sorenson            16  3rd       16


3 15-Clint Bowyer               14  5th        28


4 80-Leah Pritchett            12  7th        12


5 8-John Hunter Nemechek 10 9th        13


6 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.     8  11th      41


7 45-Brett Moffitt               6  13th        6


8 13-Casey Mears              5  15th        5


9 6-Trevor Bayne              4 17th        55


10 44-Brian Scott              3 19th        50


11 3-Austin Dillon             2 21st         38


12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.  1 23rd         69


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 9-Casey Roderick


14 87-Joe Nemechek


15 30-Dominique Van Wieringen 29 Engine


16 55-Michael Waltrip                15 Engine


17 85-Katie Sullivan                   7 Crash


18 38-Landon Cassill                 7 Crash


19 56-Ryan Truex                     2 Crash


20 2-Brad Keselowski               2 Crash


Lap Leaders


Sullivan 1-5


Stenhouse,Jr. 6-12


Bayne 13-22


Scott 23-26


Earnhardt,Jr. 27-32


Nemechek 33-36


Dillon 37-41


Roderick 42-46


Bowyer 47-48


McMurray 49-50


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More Nitro Campaigners and Potential Driver Pairings

In response to Bobby LaBonte trying to swing for a Truck Series "Rookie" of the Year, I wanted to offer an his first XFinity Full Season since 1992. And, with the rush of sportsmen and women, I want to see more Nitro Campaigners, too.


I'd like to see Juan Pablo Montoya run NHRA if that was an option. Granted, this is fantasy fantasy racing, but, I think LeMans and Monaco would be closer to him than Pomona or Gainesville. And, I want to see if Memphis would rejoin the Mello Yello Series.


And, I would like to see if Sam Hornish,Jr would be up for grabs as a replacement. Anywhere. And, with the Grand Prix of Boston fired, I would at least want to see Memphis or Montgomery be offered for Indy Car Labor Day. The best Labor Day we've had is Vancouver, and other than clinching at Pocono or Mid Ohio, I don't like my championship be set up for perpetual disappointment.


The moral of ths story is its cheaper to dig out of pocket for IndyCar at Darlington vs. waiting for the right permits for a new Street Race.


Add Comment  | April 30, 2016
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More Horses in Pro Stock Competiton

I think with going from VP to Sunoco Fuels last year, and the EFI this year, I think the taboo, yet pithy subject is more horses in Pro Stock Competiton. I think inevitably, Pro Mod and Pro Stock Motorcycle would get the Pomona to Pomona treatment, but, I want to focus on Pro Stock.


I would like to see the enthusiasts have more of a way with the class. That would include having Pontiac Firebird build in the class and at least a Pro Stock Lights like Top Alcohol Dragster or Top Alcohol Funny Car. And, to add matters up, I don't know if there is an apatheicness or a full on losing it over high profile TV Deals leaving their museum. Or, I wonder with Ford who will they carrot into Mello Yello Racing.


You can't make money if you don't work. I would like to see Glendora focus more on the racing and not just the deals to lure people out to the races. Other than waiting up for the 2nd Half and trying to see if this package and notebook is meant to be (or not) , I think, too, why not have Staff Drag Racing like Drag Boat Racing? I don't like running just to keep running, but, would offering Pro Stock as a section title is some way just to keep the scoops alive keep people employed? If Mr. Wally Parks was alive today, he'd still be the saltiest at Grumpy Jenkins and Kenny Bernstein.


Add Comment  | April 28, 2016
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Clint Bowyer: The Options

I am thinking Kansas Clint Bowyer is irate over why HScott Motorsports can't be a serious race team. And, to add to the heartache, Harry Scott is really trying to be J.D. Stacy. And, with the most infamous lawsuit in NASCAR History, even more than Francis Ferko, was Turner vs. Scott and Steve Turner was called everything and then some. And without further ado, here is Clint Bowyer's Transfer Window:


1. Stewart Haas


Obviously, he replace Tony Stewart, and if that combusts, here are options 2-5 in the Clint Bowyer Transfer Window.


2. Roush Racing


I am thinking that it is transfer window likely.


3. Hendrick Motorsports


I think that involves freeing ourselves Dale Jr as Owner Driver.


4. NHRA Pro Stock Car Clint Bowyer


I am calling my Rusty Wallace save for Clint Bowyer, when Ford wanted Rusty Wallace to replace Bob Glidden and Penske had none of it.


5. Indy Car with Michael Annett


TICKET SALES!


Add Comment  | April 24, 2016
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Pensacola Twin 50s Starting Lineup

Twin #1


Row 1


85-Katie Sullivan


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 2


38-Landon Cassill


 6-Trevor Bayne


Row 3


44-Brian Scott (R)


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 4


30-Dominique Van Wieringen


87-Joe Nemechek


Row 5


 3-Austin Dillon


55-Michael Waltrip


Row 6


 9-Casey Broderick


56-Ryan Truex


Row 7


 2-Brad Keselowski


15-Clint Bowyer


Row 8


8-John Hunter Nemechek


1-Jamie McMurray


Row 9


13-Casey Mears


45-Brett Moffitt


Row 10


80-Leah Pritchett


29-Reed Sorenson


Twin #2


Row 1


23-David Ragan


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


Row 2


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


43-Aric Amirola


Row 3


62-Brendan Gaughn


52-Joey Gase


Row 4


24-Chase Elliott (R)


32-Bobby LaBonte


Row 5


16-Greg Biffle


05-Jay Fogleman


Row 6


95-Michael McDowell


14-Sam Hornish,Jr.


Row 7


89-Kenzie Ruston


07-Ray Black,Jr.


Row 8


28-Mason Mitchell


 7-Kelsey Bauer


Row 9


39-Ryan Sieg


82-Dave Connolly


IndyMyIndy's Editor's Notes:


I will be trying to give you stats


Also, Mother Nature is an apparent issue, too.


I don't mean to trickle into the "I'll be okay as long as you don't" genesis tub, but, Rockingham is not getting better. I wished the covenant, if I was able to travel back in time, was to be used as a racetrack. And, the fans have sway with which dates get added or dismissed, but, the nouveau riche don't have all the cards. Even though we'd be suburbia, too, but, we wouldn't be the same people. I feel that one of my better ideas that could be tried for next season is an Atlanta Motor Speedway to Kansas Speedway String of Races next Summer and having Indiana State Fair, IRP and the Brickyard in August as an Indiana Stock Car Week.


Add Comment  | April 20, 2016
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Better Business Decisions make Better Racing and Sports and Entertainment

I hate to poke the bear here, but, I would like to see better presentation in Sports. I'd like to see a better sense of business decisions, and by that, is trying to at least get new winners or new success. And, with that, I am wondering if new High Profile Series has tried to find their way North?


It feels like it has been constantly taken like an audit since Mike Eddy and Bob Senneker stopped running full time ASA after 1998 and most cases, even well into 1998, it was a 2 or 3 Man Show at most each weekend.


And, I am just as heated over the lowlights as anyone else. And, I doubt Trois Riveries will give up their weekend, and Columbus Motor Speedway, the traditional ASA Opener will be gone with the wind and I am thinking the take/leave/stick bid is with National Trail Raceway.


We can't deny we are in an identity crisis. Unless your going on the how many year of not having to work 9 to 5, you'd still have to deal with people correctly. And, consolidating classes is a last resort action, and series and venues really don't like doing that, much less established series.


Add Comment  | April 18, 2016
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June and August Bristol Races and Other Notes

I hate to keep pulling the annual Screaming Drum, but Bristol would be better off with June and August Dates. I feel with Spring Races at Martinsville, Richmond and Bristol being Summer Dates only because 1. I am no fan of inconsistencies with Mother Nature. 2. Whoever Replaces Sprint will inevitably scramble the schedule around. and 3. Those 3 Mentioned Venues where built for the Safety of Stock Cars, not Stock and Indy Cars.


I wish that for track or stadium food, at least make sure it passes Health Department. Other than obvious mannerisms, but, I feel what about Food that shouldn't even pass edibility? I don't like Foodieisms taking away better cooking traditions, but, I don't know if Food Offerings rank up there with Clean, Safe Facilities.


And, I think venues that won't pass safety will get fired.


I think either Midweeks or other replacements will be on the 2017 Cup Schedule and I do sense that there will be replacement for Milwaukee Mile and Nashville Fairgrounds by 2033.


I am a big fan of historical buildings, but ,even in 2016, you still have problems trying to demolish a historical structure.


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Week 13 Driver of the Year

1 Bryan Clauson IndyCar 25 25


2 Ryan Gustin USMTS 16 16


3 Dave Darland USAC 14 56


4 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 12 78


5 Scott Hogan IMCA 10 60


6 John Hunter Nemechek Trucks 8 8


7 Grant Enfinger Trucks 6 6


8 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 5 30


9 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 4 19


10 Ed Carpenter Indy Car 3 6


11 Derrike Cope XFinity 2 13


12 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 1 6


After 13 of 40 Events


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 100 -


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 78 22


3 Bryce Menzies SCORE 62 38


4 Scott Hogan IMCA 60 40


5 Dave Darland USAC 56 44


6 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 37 63


7 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 33 67


8 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 30 70


9 Cole Anderson SSS 30 70


10 Allen Hopp IMCA 30 70


11 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 70


12 Jay Fogleman PASS 29 71


13 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 71


14 Danny Lasoski ASCS 26 74


15 Brittany Force NHRA 26 74


16 Bryan Clauson IndyCar 25 75


17 Tommy Phillips NHRA 25 75


18 Daniel Suarez XFinity 25 75


19 Greg Anderson NHRA 25 75


20 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 25 75


21 Clayton Green K and N 24 76


22 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 76


23 Ron Capps NHRA 20 80


24 Terry McCarl ASCS 20 80


25 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 80


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 19 81


27 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 18 82


28 Dan Fletcher NHRA 16 84


29 Ryan Gustin USMTS 16 84


30 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 16 84


31 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 84


32 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 84


33 Shane Stewart WOO 16 84


34 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 84


35 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 84


36 Conor Daly Trucks 14 86


37 Derrike Cope XFinity 13 87


38 Tim Wilkerson NHRA 12 88


39 Ryan Truex Trucks 12 88


40 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 88


41 Del Worsham NHRA 11 89


42 John Force NHRA 10 90


43 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 90


44 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 90


45 Nehreen Ismail WRC 10 90


46 Allen Johnson NHRA 10 90


47 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 10 90


48 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Sprint Cup 10 90


49 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 91


50 John Hunter Nemechek Trucks 8 92


51 Doug Kalitta NHRA 8 92


52 Eric McClure XFinity 8 92


53 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 92


54 Harrison Burton K and N 8 92


55 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 8 92


56 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 93


57 Grant Enfinger Trucks 6 94


58 Ed Carpenter Indy Car 6 94


59 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 6 94


60 Jason Line NHRA 6 94


61 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 94


62 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 94


63 Leah Pritchett NHRA 5 95


64 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 5 95


65 Earl Pearson Jr. Lucas Oil 5 95


66 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 95


67 Bo Butner III NHRA 4 96


68 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 4 96


69 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 96


70 Shane Clanton WOO Late Models 3 97


71 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 3 97


72 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 97


73 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 2 98


74 Jeb Burton XFinity 2 98


75 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 98


76 Scott Pruett USCR 2 98


Add Comment  | April 16, 2016
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Including Sam Schmidt, Darrell Gwynn and Alex Zanardi in Future Indy 500s

I am wanting to see quality racers in future Indy 500s, and I am wanting to blanket Sam Schmidt, Darrell Gwynn and Alex Zanardi in Future Indy 500s. This is close to my heart being both a die hard race fan who still has his card through all the lean years  and a Special Needs Gentleman.


Granted, there'd be ethical conundrums like Blade Runner running both the Olympics and Paralympics only to find later on he wanted the publicity more than being a model citizen, but I'd digress. Personally, I'd fire up in the worst way on all the segregation and exclusion because no one gave money to to have so and so employed or attempt to ride unsponsored through the neighborhood, making Susan and the employer fired up over lost profit.


With all these stories being personal, but, I want to see Darrell Gwynn at least have "unfinished business" with Indianapolis, even though its IMS and not IRP, and 26 Years Ago Friday, Darrell Gwynn became a paraplegic at Santa Pod and me,my dad and my uncles still are emotional about the fact besides being a paraplegic, he would have been a World Champion had he not been crippled, and that was my Preschool Years and time has not made me less emotional over that, and having it be a story in the new school that still is ignored or ignorant is not better.


And, with Alex Zanardi, I'd still want him to run the Indy 500. It only made the time after 9-11 even worse for me because I demanded to see an airplay, not SportsCentury and I felt hurt that CART's 1st Last was they couldn't get back to America from Europe. Even though the 100th is filled out, but, all options as far as chassis and motors are on table for the 101st and beyond.


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Stock Car Bowl VIII After 4 of 20 Events

                                                                                -       W    P


1 38-Landon Cassill                           69                     -       1


2 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                     68                    1


3 52-Joey Gase                                66                    3


4 85-Katie Sullivan                           65                   4        2       1


5 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                        61                  8        1


6 30-Dominique Van Wieringen          60                  9


7 23-David Ragan                             51                 18      1       1


8 6-Trevor Bayne                             51                 18      1


9 43-Aric Amirola                             48                 21       1


10 44-Brian Scott (R)                       47                22       1


11 24-Chase Elliott (R)                      46               23


12 62-Brendan Gaughn                      45              24       1


13 87-Joe Nemechek                        43              26


14 32-Bobby LaBonte                       41             28


15 3-Austin Dillon                          36               33


16 16-Greg Biffle                           35              34


17 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.              33              36          1      1


18 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.            33             36           1     1


19 55-Michael Waltrip                     30             39


20 05-Jay Fogleman                       28              41


21 9-Casey Roderick                       24              45


22 95-Michael McDowell                  21              48


23 56-Ryan Truex                          16              53


24 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.                    16            53


25 2-Brad Keselowski                   16               53


26 71-Gary Densham                   16               53


27 86-Ron Capps                          16              53


28 89-Kenzie Ruston                     15             54


29 75-Nicole Lyons                        15            54


30 15-Clint Bowyer                        14            55


31 07-Ray Black,Jr.                       13            56


32 8-John Hunter Nemechek          13           56


33 41-Brian Vickers                       12          57


34 28-Mason Mitchell                     12         57


35 84-Scott Hogan                        11         58


36 35-Daniel Hemric                      10         59


37 82-Grant Enfinger                    10         59


38 5-Kasey Kahne                          8         61


39 48-Jimmie Johnson                    8          61


40 98-Cole Whitt                            7          62


41 34-Chris Buescher (R)                7        62


42 31-Ryan Newman                       5       64


43 81-Daniel Suarez                        5       64


44 27-Paul Menard                           4      65


45 12-Juan Pablo Montoya                4      65


46 99-Scott Dixon                            3       66


47 42-Kyle Larson                           3      66


48 77-Katherine Legge                    3       66


49 46-Michael Annett                    2        67


50 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)          1         68


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Nashville All World 430 Finishing Order

1 (21) 85- Katie Sullivan      25              65


2 (19) 87-Joe Nemechek             16    43


3 (11) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.        14    68


4 (7) 38-Landon Cassill 372 Engine 12 69


5 (22) 52-Joey Gase     319 Crash 10 66


6 (24) 9-Casey Roderick 319 Crash 8 24


7 (13) 24-Chase Elliott(R) 288 Crash 6 46


8 (8) 95-Michael McDowell 260 Crash 5 21


9 (5) 3-Austin Dillon        231 Crash 4 36


10 (2) 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 216 Crash 3 61


11 (10) 8-John Hunter Nemechek 191 Crash 2 13


12 (6) 16-Greg Biffle        183 Engine 1 35


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 (9) 6-Trevor Bayne 154 Crash


14 (23) 81-Daniel Suarez 144 Engine


15 (4) 30-Dominique Van Wieringen 137 Engine


16 (3) 05-Jay Fogleman 132 Engine


17 (18) 27-Paul Menard 87 Crash


18 (1) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 50 Crash


19 (12) 5-Kasey Kahne 30 Crash


20 (15) 31-Ryan Newman 30 Crash


21 (16) 62-Brendan Gaughn 30 Crash


22 (17) 32-Bobby LaBonte 30 Crash


23 (20) 44-Brian Scott (R) 30 Crash


24 (14) 56-Ryan Truex 5 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Stenhouse,Jr. 1-2


Blaney 3-7


Fogleman 8-12


Van Wieringen 13-19


Dillon 20-26


Biffle 27-34


Cassill 35-39


McDowell 40-44


Bayne 45-56


J H Nemechek 57-66


Earnhardt,Jr. 67-74


Elliott 75-81


Menard 82-87


Nemechek 88-94


Sullivan 95-114


Gase 115-120


Suarez 121-125


Roderick 126-128


Sullivan 129-133


Blaney 134-140


Dillon 141-149


Biffle 150-161


Cassill 162-167


McDowell 168-180


J H Nemechek 181-188


Earnhardt,Jr. 189-196


Elliott 197-212


Nemechek 213-219


Sullivan 220-227


Gase 228-237


Roderick 238-244


Cassill 245-252


McDowell 253-260


Earnhardt,Jr. 261-278


Nemechek 279-282


Elliott 283-288


Nemechek 289-300


Sullivan 301-232


Cassill 324-330


Earnhardt,Jr. 331-343


Nemechek 344-360


Cassill 361-372


Sullivan 373-388


Earnhardt,Jr. 389-396


Nemechek 397-404


Sullivan 405-414


Earnhardt,Jr. 415-421


Nemechek 422-427


Sullivan 428-430


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Nashville All World 430

Row 1


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


Row 2


05-Jay Fogleman


30-Dominique Van Wieringen


Row 3


 3-Austin Dillon


16-Greg Biffle


Row 4


38-Landon Cassill


95-Michael McDowell


Row 5


 6-Trevor Bayne


 8-John Hunter Nemechek


Row 6


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


 5-Kasey Kahne


Row 7


24-Chase Elliott (R)


56-Ryan Truex


Row 8


31-Ryan Newman


62-Brendan Gaughn


Row 9


32-Bobby LaBonte


27-Paul Menard


Row 10


87-Joe Nemechek


44-Brian Scott (R)


Row 11


85-Katie Sullivan


52-Joey Gase


Row 12


81-Daniel Suarez


 9-Casey Roderick


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Stock Car Bowl VIII After Nashville Twin 210s

                                                                                 -  W  P


1 30-Dominique Van Wieringen        60              -


2 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                     58               2           1


3 38-Landon Cassill                        57              3            1


4 52-Joey Gase                             56              4


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                 54              6


6 23-David Ragan                         51              9            1      1


7 6-Trevor Bayne                         51               9            1


8 43-Aric Amirola                        48             12            1


9 44-Brian Scott (R)                   47             13            1


10 62-Brendan Gaughn              45             15            1


11 32-Bobby LaBonte                41             19


12 85-Katie Sullivan                  40             20           1      1


13 24-Chase Elliott (R)              40            20


14 16-Greg Biffle                      34            26


15 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.         33            27           1        1


16 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.       33           27           1         1


17 3-Austin Dillon                      32          28


18 55-Michael Waltrip                30          30


19 05-Jay Fogleman                   28         32


20 87-Joe Nemechek                 27          33


21 95-Michael McDowell             16         44


22 56-Ryan Truex                     16          44


23 9-Casey Broderick                16          44


24 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.              16          44


25 2-Brad Keselowski               16         44


26 71-Gary Densham                 16        44


27 86-Ron Capps                     16         44


28 89-Kenzie Ruston                15       45


29 75-Nicole Lyons                   15      45


30 15-Clint Bowyer                 14       46


31 07-Ray Black,Jr.                13      47


32 41-Brian Vickers                12       48


33 28-Mason Mitchell             12       48


34 8-John Hunter Nemechek 11      49


35 84-Scott Hogan              11      49


36 35-Daniel Hemric           10      50


37 82-Grant Enfinger          10      50


38 5-Kasey Kahne                8      52


39 48-Jimmie Johnson          8     52


40 98-Cole Whitt                7      53


41 34-Chris Buescher (R)   7       53


42 31-Ryan Newman          5      55


43 81-Daniel Suarez         5       55


44 27-Paul Menard          4        56


45 12-Juan Pablo Montoya 4       56


46 99-Scott Dixon          3         57


47 42-Kyle Larson          3        57


48 77-Katherine Legge      3      57


49 46-Michael Annett         2     58


50 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt  (R) 1   59


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Twin 210s Race #2 Finishing Order

1 (6) 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 25                   2nd 58


2 (5) 30-Dominique Van Wieringer 16      4th 60


3 (9) 16-Greg Biffle                      14       6th 34


4 (20) 95-Michael McDowell          12       8th  16


5 (23) 8-John Hunter Nemechek   10      10th 11


6 (26) 5-Kasey Kahne         199 Engine 8 12th 8


7 (16) 56-Ryan Truex          160 Engine 6 14th 16


8 (3) 62-Brendan Gaughn    122 Crash 5 16th 45


9 (25) 27-Paul Menard          89 Crash 4 18th 4


10 (2) 44-Brian Scott (R)      57 Crash 3 20th 47


11 (4) 52-Joey Gase            57 Crash 2 22nd 56


12 (12) 9-Casey Broderick   40 Crash 1 24th 16


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 (13) 15-Clint Bowyer 40 Crash


14 (15) 28-Mason Mitchell 40 Crash


15 (18) 48-Jimmie Johnson 40 Crash


16 (19) 34-Chris Buescher (R) 40 Crash


17 (1) 43-Aric Amirola 32 Crash


18 (8) 13-Casey Mears 26 Crash


19 (10) 71-Gary Densham 26 Crash


20 (11) 89-Kenzie Ruston 26 Crash


21 (14) 41-Brian Vickers 26 Crash


22 (7) 26-Robert Richardson,Jr. 21 Engine


23 (22) 46-Michael Annett 6 Crash


24 (24) 2-Brad Keselowski 6 Crash


Lap Leaders


Amirola 1-3


Scott 4-7


Gaughn 8-13


Gase 14-19


Van Wieringen 20-23


Blaney 24-29


Biffle 30-36


Broderick 37-40


Truex 41-46


Enfinger 47-52


McDowell 53-62


Larson 63-77


J H Nemechek 78-84


Menard 85-87


Kahne 88-92


Gaughn 93-107


Van Wieringen 108-118


Blaney 119-136


Biffle 137-144


Truex 145-156


McDowell 157-166


Larson 167-176


J H Nemechek 177-184


Kahne 185-190


Van Wieringen 191-196


Blaney 197-201


Van Wieringen 202-206


Blaney 207-210


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Twin 210s Race #1

1 (18) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.     25            1st  33


2 (15) 05-Jay Fogleman                   16      3rd  28


3 (10) 3-Austin Dillon                      14      5th 32


4 (2) 38-Landon Cassill                   12       7th   57


5 (3) 6-Trevor Bayne                     10       9th  51


6 (5) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.              8     11th 54


7 (7) 24-Chase Elliott (R)                6      13th 40


8 (26) 31-Ryan Newman                 5      15th 5


9 (6) 32-Bobby LaBonte                  4     17th 41


10 (9) 87-Joe Nemechek                3      19th 27


11 (4) 85-Katie Sullivan                 2      21st 40


12 (20) 81-Daniel Suarez              1     23rd  5


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 (24) 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 70 Engine


14 (8) 55-Michael Waltrip 58 Engine


15 (1) 23-David Ragan 35 Engine


16 (25) 12-JP Montoya 25 Crash


17 (23) 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 25 Crash


18 (16) 84-Scott Hogan 19 Crash


19 (14) 07-Ray Black,Jr. 19 Crash


20 (11) 86-Ron Capps 9 Crash


21 (12) 75-Nicole Lyons 9 Crash


22 (13) 14-Sam Hornish,Jr. 9 Crash


23 (22) 77-Katherine Legge 3 Crash


24 (21) 99-Scott Dixon 3 Crash


Lap Leaders


Ragan 1-4


Cassill 5-10


Bayne 11-15


Sullivan 16-21


Earnhardt,Jr. 22-31


LaBonte 32-38


Elliott 39-44


Waltrop 45-50


J. Nemechek 51-55


Dillon 56-61


Fogleman 62-66


Hemric 67-74


Stenhouse,Jr. 75-80


Whitt 81-87


Suarez 88-92


Newman 93-98


Cassill 99-105


Bayne 106-113


Sullivan 114-119


Earnhardt,Jr. 120-128


LaBonte 129-141


Elliott 142-151


A. Dillon 152-159


Nemechek 160-169


A. Dillon 170-173


Fogleman 174-181


Hemric 182-194


Stenhouse,Jr. 195-210


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Nashville Twin 210s Starting Orders

Twin #1


Row 1


23-David Ragan


38-Landon Cassill


Row 2


 6-Trevor Bayne


85-Katie Sullivan


Row 3


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


32-Bobby LaBonte


Row 4


24-Chase Elliott (R)


55-Michael Waltrip


Row 5


87-Joe Nemechek


 3-Austin Dillon


Row 6


86-Ron Capps


75-Nicole Lyons


Row 7


14-Sam Hornish,Jr.


07-Ray Black,Jr.


Row 8


05-Jay Fogleman


84-Scott Hogan


Row 9


35-Daniel Hemric


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 10


98-Cole Whitt


81-Daniel Suarez


Row 11


99-Scott Dixon


77-Katherine Legge


Row 12


33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


Row 13


12- JP Montoya


31-Ryan Newman


Twin #2


Row 1


43-Aric Amirola


44-Brian Scott (R)


Row 2


62-Brendan Gaughn


52-Joey Gase


Row 3


30-Dominique Van Wieringen


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


Row 4


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


13-Casey Mears


Row 5


16-Greg Biffle


71-Gary Densham


Row 6


89-Kenzie Ruston


9-Casey Roderick


Row 7


15-Clint Bowyer


41-Brian Vickers


Row 8


28-Mason Mitchell


56-Ryan Truex


Row 9


82-Grant Enfinger


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 10


34-Chris Buescher (R)


95-Michael McDowell


Row 11


42-Kyle Larson


46-Michael Annett


Row 12


8-John Hunter Nemechek


2-Brad Keselowski


Row 13


27-Paul Menard


 5-Kasey Kahne


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Harvick vs. Dearborn

I think Kevin Harvick is trying to go owner/driver again and I am thinking the Palace at Auburn Hills Counterparts at Mopar are going to see a window back to NASCAR at 2017 and I am thinking the whole purpose is to unemploy Kurt Busch at will. And, there is no way Stewart Haas goes to Ford when Dearborn is still mortified of Kurt Busch.


I am thinking Dale Jr will own and operate on his own and I am thinking it will spin Chevy vs. Dodge for Harvick. I am thinking it is a Glidden-Alderman burndownathon like its 1990 and hopefully, Harvick is not as apatheic as Carmelo Anthony.


What about Clint Bowyer? I would nominate him for replacing Dale Jr. and the 15 would be at Hendrick just to place Kasey Kahne at Hendrick one more year. I am thinking, too, sponsors would have to fall in line if Bowyer was the Hendrick.


The next weak link at Roush is Greg Biffle. Okay, lets call the weak link someone who ain't won since Fathers Day 2013.


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Rockingham is Unplugged

Idol is Unplugged, Kobe is going to be unplugged, and Rockingham is Unplugged and let's TEAR THE ROOF OFF! Personally, the ivory towers at Daytona and Charlotte reserve the right to be nerved. And, what is speaks for Rockingham Dragway as safety, renovations and new builds corner that area like its forgot about on the road to Miami.


Even though I am trying to offer Darlington Indy Car, and Southern Super Series/CARS Super Cars Card, but, that is wildly blue like the non Mary Kate and Ashley Twins Unis. But, for Darlington, it would complicate the Southern 500 Labor Day Revival. It would complicate the Stock Car Hall of Fame's Ability to stay in the Pee Dee, even with a onion wheelbarrow of money South Carolina doesn't have.


Atlanta Motor, who was in the same family tree as Darlington and Rockingham, can't keep kidding with idenity. I think the corner is open to build new in that regard. And, with the flock of seagulls still not dancing, especially after Cam lost it, is going to hurt the Stock Car Super Series formation because the contract that should have been "No Don't!" and I think there is nothing good in this saga.


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Helmet Backer Season

I think what does make me nervous and anxious to the bone is bad actors in public office making repressive decisions. And, worse, with Panama, it is not a good look for these misfits who hide their dough in the Caribbean. I don't necessarily want Business to Business Relationships ALL the time. I'd get livid, too, if someone transferred from Georgia to Kansas to Michigan to Washington with trash and dope left behind.


Okay, I am really not interested in the Barry Switzer/Hide your Dope Game because this is not the 1980s. And all these made up people only make Mr. Mooney happy. And, I think, in no particular order, at the NASCAR Tower, Newton, Nashville Fairgrounds, Dominion and Carteret County all are in order for Cup or XFinity Orders.


I am believing Corporate America is running bats and Detroit is running West Virginia crazy like Jerry West was still on the Mountaineers. Frankly, if we really where going to revive the North Stars, we'd have to call Mall of America or Minneapolis on the Media Title. And if the California Golden Seals where revived, either San Francisco or Oakland for Urban Ice.


 


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1320 No Flex Zone

I feel for the fact that for Chief Starter, it should be a 20 Year Position to owe a debt to Buster Couch. I am trying to think between 65 and 85 and what about Memphis?


I feel I want to see Memphis back on the National Trail again and my 2nd, in the event Topeka goes bellyup, I'd say lets Drag Race Western Iowa!


And, while we are on the no flexing, I'd want to see 1320 again in Top Fuel and Funny Car. The area that really is getting a run is the Stock Categories.


And, we have more racers who aren't true 1 Hit in 1 Series and no where else. Are we going to play that resume like Sway in the Morning?


I am sensing is there are power issues in Don Schumacher's line and I wonder if the mysterious straying of early success is noticable.


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2016 Week 12 Driver of the Year

1 Tommy Phillips NHRA 25 25


2 Dan Fletcher NHRA 16 16


3 Ron Capps NHRA 14 20


4 Tim Wilkerson NHRA 12 12


5 John Force NHRA 10 10


6 Doug Kalitta NHRA 8 8


7 Jason Line NHRA 6 6


8 Leah Pritchett NHRA 5 5


9 Bo Butner III NHRA 4 4


10 Shane Clanton WOO Late Model 3 3


11 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 2 5


12 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 1 3


After 12 of 40 Events


1 Andy Eckrich  IMCA 100  -


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 66 34


3 Bryce Menzies SCORE 62 38


4 Scott Hogan IMCA 50 50


5 Dave Darland USAC 42 58


6 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 37 63


7 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 33 67


8 Cole Anderson SSS 30 70


9 Allen Hopp IMCA 30 70


10 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 70


11 Jay Fogleman PASS 29 71


12 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 71


13 Danny Lasoski ASCS 26 74


14 Brittany Force NHRA 26 74


15 Tommy Phillips NHRA 25 75


16 Daniel Suarez XFinity 25 75


17 Greg Anderson NHRA 25 75


18 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 25 75


19 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 25 75


20 Clayton Green K and N 24 76


21 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 76


22 Ron Capps NHRA 20 80


23 Terry McCarl ASCS 20 80


24 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 80


25 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 18 82


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Dan Fletcher NHRA 16 84


27 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 16 84


28 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 84


29 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 84


30 Shane Stewart WOO 16 84


31 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 84


32 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 84


33 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 15 85


34 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 86


35 Tim Wilkerson NHRA 12 88


36 Ryan Truex Trucks 12 88


37 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 88


38 Derrike Cope XFinity 11 89


39 Del Worsham NHRA 11 89


40 John Force NHRA 10 90


41 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 90


42 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 90


43 Nehreen Ismail WRC 10 90


44 Allen Johnson NHRA 10 90


45 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 10 90


46 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 90


47 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 91


48 Doug Kalitta NHRA 8 92


49 Eric McClure XFinity 8 92


50 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 92


51 Harrison Burton K and N 8 92


52 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 8 92


53 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 93


54 Jason Line NHRA 6 94


55 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 94


56 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 94


57 Leah Pritchett NHRA 5 95


58 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 5 95


59 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 5 95


60 Earl Pearson,Jr. Lucas Oil 5 95


61 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 5 95


62 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 95


63 Bo Butner III NHRA 4 96


64 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 4 96


65 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 96


66 Shane Clanton WOO Late Model 3 97


67 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 3 97


68 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 97


69 Ed Carpenter IndyCar 3 97


70 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 2 98


71 Jeb Burton XFinity 2 98


72 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 98


73 Scott Pruett USCR 2 98


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Stock Car Bowl VIII Standings After 3 of 20 Events

                                                                      -     W    P


1 52-Joey Gase                            54                -


2 23-David Ragan                        51                3   1       1


3 43-Aric Amirola                        48                6   1


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.               46                8


5 38-Landon Cassill                     45               9    1


6 44-Brian Scott (R)                   44              10    1


7 30-Dominique Van Wieringen   44              10


8 6-Trevor Bayne                       41              13    1


9 62-Brendan Gaughn                 40            14    1


10 85-Katie Sullivan                   38            16    1   1


11 32-Bobby LaBonte                37            17


12 24-Chase Elliott (R)              34            20


13 21-Ryan Blaney (R)             33            21


14 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.      33           21


15 55-Michael Waltrip               30           24


16 87-Joe Nemechek                23           31


17 16-Greg Biffle                     20          34


18 3-Austin Dillon                   18            36


19 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.            16          38


20 2-Brad Keselowski              16          38


21 71-Gary Densham             16         38


22 86-Ron Capps                   16        38


23 89-Kenzie Ruston              15       39


24 75-Nicole Lyons                15        39


25 9-Casey Roderick              15      39


26  15-Clint Bowyer              14        40


27 07-Ray Black,Jr.               13       41


28 41-Brian Vickers              12        42


29 05-Jay Fogleman             12       42


30 28-Mason Mitchell           12       42


31 84-Scott Hogan              11      43


32 56-Ryan Truex               10       44


33 35-Daniel Hemric           10       44


34 82-Grant Enfinger          10       44


35 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.    8       46


36 48-Jimmie Johnson          8      46


37 98-Cole Whitt                  7      47


38 34-Chris Buescher (R)      7      47


39 12-Juan Pablo Montoya     4     50


40 81-Daniel Suarez             4      50


41 95-Michael McDowell      4     50


42 99-Scott Dixon              3     51


43 42-Kyle Larson             3      51


44 77-Katherine Legge       3    51


45 46-Michael Annett        2     52


46 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 1    53


47 8-John Hunter Nemechek 1 53


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Atlanta 50 Finishing Order

1 (9) 43-Aric Amirola            25 10 35 48


2 (7) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)           16      33


3 (12) 30-Dominique Van Wieringen 14 44


4 (5) 52-Joey Gase                     12     54


5 (4) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.        10     46


6 (11) 24-Chase Elliott (R)          8     34


7 (19) 87-Joe Nemechek            6     23


8 (24) 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.  5  33


9 (2) 38-Landon Cassill            4 45


10 (10) 85-Katie Sullivan         3 38


11 (14) 3-Austin Dillon            2 18


12 (20) 56-Ryan Truex           1 10


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 (23) 98-Cole Whitt


14 (18) 75-Nicole Lyons


15 (22) 34-Chris Buescher (R)


16 (21) 07-Ray Black,Jr.


17 (17) 32-Bobby LaBonte


18 (16) 89-Kenzie Ruston


19 (15) 35-Daniel Hemric


20 (13) 44-Brian Scott (R)   35 Engine


21 (6) 15-Clint Bowyer 21 Transmission


22 (1) 23-David Ragan 8 Engine


23 (3) 6-Trevor Bayne 3 Crash


24 (8) 41-Brian Vickers 3 Crash


Lap Leaders:


Ragan 1-3


Cassill 4-9


Earnhardt,Jr. 10-16


Gase 17-23


Earnhardt,Jr. 24-29


Blaney 30


Gase 31-33


Amirola 34-36


Gase 37-41


Sullivan 42-43


Elliott 44-47


Van Wieringen 48-49


Amirola 50


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The Atlanta 50 Starting Lineup

Row 1


23-David Ragan


38-Landon Cassill


Row 2


 6-Trevor Bayne


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 3


52-Joey Gase


15-Clint Bowyer


Row 4


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


41-Brian Vickers


Row 5


43- Aric Amirola


85-Katie Sullivan


Row 6


24-Chase Elliott (R)


30-Dominique Van Wieringen


Row 7


44-Brian Scott (R)


  3-Austin Dillon


Row 8


35-Daniel Hemric


89-Kenzie Ruston


Row 9


32-Bobby LaBonte


75-Nicole Lyons


Row 10


87-Joe Nemechek


56-Ryan Truex


Row 11


07-Ray Black,Jr.


34-Chris Buescher (R)


Row 12


98-Cole Whitt


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


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Stock Car Bowl VIII Standings After Twin 25s

                                                              -          W    P


1 23-David Ragan                      51          -          1    1


2 44-Brian Scott (R)                 44           7          1


3 52-Joey Gase                        42          9


4 38-Landon Cassill                  41         10          1


5 6-Trevor Bayne                     41         10         1


6 62-Brendan Gaughn              40         11         1


7 32-Bobby LaBonte                37         14


8 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.           36         15


9 85-Katie Sullivan                 35         16         1      1


10 55-Michael Waltrip             30         21


11 30-Dominique Van Wieringen 30      21


12 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.       28      23


13 24-Chase Elliott (R)              26      25


14 16-Greg Biffle                       20      31


15 21-Ryan Blaney (R)               17    34


16 87-Joe Nemechek                  17   34


17 2-Brad Keselowski                16   35


18 3-Austin Dillon                     16 35


19 71-Gary Densham                16 35


20 86-Ron Capps                      16  35


21 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.              16 35


22 89-Kenzie Ruston                 15 36


23 75-Nicole Lyons                    15 36


24 9-Casey Roderick                 15 36


25 15-Clint Bowyer                   14 37


26 43-Aric Amirola                    13 38


27 07-Ray Black,Jr.                  13 38


28 41-Brian Vickers                   12 39


29 05-Jay Fogleman                  12 39


30 28-Mason Mitchell                12 39


31 84-Scott Hogan                    11 40


32 35-Daniel Hemric                 10 41


33 82-Grant Enfinger                10 41


34 56-Ryan Truex                      9 42


35 48-Jimmie Johnson               8 43


36 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.         8 43


37 98-Cole Whitt                       7 44


38 34-Chris Buescher (R)           7 44


39 12-Juan Pablo Montoya         4 47


40 81-Daniel Suarez                  4 47


41 95-Michael McDowell             4 47


42 99-Scott Dixon                     3 48


43 42-Kyle Larson                    3 48


44 77-Katherine Legge             3 48


45 46-Michael Annett              2 49


46 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)    1 50


47 8-John Hunter Nemechek  1 50


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Road Atlanta Twin 25s Finishing Order

Twin #1


1 (4) 23-David Ragan         25              1st  51


2 (5) 6-Trevor Bayne                 16       3rd 41


3 (3) 52-Joey Gase                    14       5th 42


4 (17) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)         12       7th  17


5 (19) 43-Aric Amirola               10       9th 13


6 (7) 24-Chase Elliott(R)             8       11th 26


7 (13) 3-Austin Dillon                 6        13th 16


8 (16) 35-Daniel Hemric             5        15th 10


9 (2) 32-Bobby LaBonte              4        17th 37


10 (9) 87-Joe Nemechek            3         19th 17


11 (11) 07-Ray Black,Jr.            2          21st 13


12 (15) 98-Cole Whitt                1          23rd    7


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 (14) 48-Jimmie Johnson


14 (10) 28-Mason Mitchell


15 (18) 95-Michael McDowell


16 (12) 82-Grant Enfinger


17 (6) 16-Greg Biffle


18 (1) 62-Brendan Gaughn                11 Crash


19 (8) 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.                   1 Crash


Lap Leaders:


Gaughn 1-3


LaBonte 4-7


Gase 8-13


Ragan 14-18


Bayne 19-21


Ragan 22-25


Twin #2


1 (7) 38-Landon Cassill          25                  2nd 41


2 (6) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.            16          4th  36


3 (19) 15-Clint Bowyer                  14          6th 14


4 (17) 41-Brian Vickers                 12          8th 12


5 (4) 85-Katie Sullivan                  10        10th 35


6 (5) 30-Dominique Van Wieringen   8        12th  30


7 (1) 44-Brian Scott (R)                  6        14th  44


8 (12) 89-Kenzie Ruston                 5        16th 15


9 (11) 75-Nicole Lyons                   4        18th 15


10 (14) 56-Ryan Truex                  3         20th 9


11 (15) 34-Chris Buescher (R)        2        22nd 7


12 (3) 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.      1       24th 28


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 (8) 9-Casey Roderick


14 (9) 05-Jay Fogleman


15 (10) 10-Danica Patrick


16 (13) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


17 (16) 81-Daniel Suarez


18 (18) 46-Michael Annett


19 (2) 55-Michael Waltrip 3 Engine


Lap Leaders


Scott 1-5


Richardson,Jr. 6-8


Sullivan 9-12


Van Wieringen 13-14


Earnhardt,Jr. 15-20


Cassill 21-25


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Road Atlanta Twin 25s Starting Order

Editor's Note: Here is my first blog for Road Atlanta Stock Car Bowl VIII and without further ado, here is my order


Twin #1


Row 1


62-Brendan Gaughn


32-Bobby LaBonte


Row 2


52-Joey Gase


23-David Ragan


Row 3


 6-Trevor Bayne


16-Greg Biffle


Row 4


24-Chase Elliott (R)


14-Sam Hornish,Jr.


Row 5


87-Joe Nemechek


28-Mason Mitchell


Row 6


07-Ray Black,Jr.


82-Grant Enfinger


Row 7


 3-Austin Dillon


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 8


98-Cole Whitt


35-Daniel Hemric


Row 9


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


95-Michael McDowell


Row 10


43-Aric Amirola


Twin #2


Row 1


44-Brian Scott(R)


55-Michael Waltrip


Row 2


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


85-Katie Sullivan


Row 3


30-Dominique Van Wieringen


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 4


38-Landon Cassill


 9-Casey Roderick


Row 5


05-Jay Fogleman


10-Danica Patrick


Row 6


75-Nicole Lyons


89-Kenzie Ruston


Row 7


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


56-Ryan Truex


Row 8


34-Chris Buescher (R)


81-Daniel Suarez


Row 9


41-Brian Vickers


46-Michael Annett


Row 10


15-Clint Bowyer


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2031

Even though it is April Fools, but, I am not one to just pull jokes. I feel that I'd like to say we didn't have the Southern Super Series in 2011, and feeling like it was My Series from go, which I do still believe, even though it would involve having a Nashville Speedway to visit, vs. an ASA and Hawkeye Downs.


I am feeling a sense of wisdom and wanting the Next AJ Foyt in IndyCar. I feel having enough Rick Mears, Prime and Clones, did my league as much harm as the misfits that ruined our lives. It is not necessarily the "I learned my lesson" or the Natural sense of aging, even with a house of Student Loan Debt and is Iowa State going to stay alive?


(Editor's Note: Hopefully, it wouldn't come to a PBSian Check to save Iowa State, but, even if it did, the tender had to be legit)


What about Illiana? It held out and out for ASA to come to the Southeast Side of Chicagoland, but, I am worried are there enough Chicagoans who care about Cars to prevent another US 30 loss? It is not like DuQuion or Illinois State would have made money as K and N Races.


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Rising to the Stage

My personal annoyance is not everyone has the love or the respect for the big stages. I am incensed that taking the Madison Square Garden and Rose Bowl for granted like its Oklahoma and Georgia in an Iowa Non Conference Football Season feels apatheicitically pithy. Personally, the reason why Daytona's Daytona, even in 2016, is to not be lost like Madison Square Garden.


I could say my angries if I want to, but, I feel that quality is nonnegotiable no matter how good or bad it looked. And, I feel a sense of not just paying tribute or wad after wad of money, but, expecting expectations with the Royal Babies, not just be Corelones or another bad nepotism deal.


What about Love? What about Desire? What about trying to honor your Sisters in Law with a reputable Brother in Law?


I think the way to merchandise that will be more than remembered in a good way is at least make inroads to the Womens Community. I feel if the fact even if it was 13-30 and the kids wanted in, its a good sign for future pay. I'd sense going deeper than the tunnel helps when if we where halfway hurt, not just being penitentiariously arrested in rentlock.


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Brian Vickers: The Parlay

I hate to be editoral here, but, lets believe if Brian Vickers won his 1st Cup Short Track Win to equalize Morgan Shepard in Career Wins, that would set the table for All Star Saturday Night and The Chase. And, with weather being infamously wild in April in the Southeast, that could trip that up.


I don't know how legit his Indy 500 bid is, but, it is smacking of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta. The bum deal is he needs to race, even if push came to shove.


Other than being part of that other infamous shove in 2011, I doubt he's had any happy highlights like he did when he won IRP in 2003. Its big enough when the parlay is out to play, but, its worse when you have someone who has to keep running on adrenaline.


And, with Smoke and his recovery, I doubt Ty Dillon would be ordered at the risk of an XFinity Title. And, if Brian Vickers health goes belly up for good, which nothing good would have happened, I think Harvick would restart KHI and stay with Chevy.


And, Detroit is stuck not knowing where left or right is except they are all curves and no straightaway. I am thinking I want Pontiac in my sport again.


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Venues I'd Actually Like to see on Cup or IndyCar

I would feel great if there are new venues I'd actually like to see in Cup or IndyCar, even back again. I think in my minds eye, if I had the money to make the reservations to Dominion or even seeing Nashville Fair have Cup again, I would have moved my way there just for the race weekend and back again.


I sense a new blood and energy, and having new blood just to have it is not good, even if we had more 1 Race Winners or 1 Time Champions like SMU Mustang Football Stickers on the Gateway Arch, when its a Tiger Town, and Eiffel Tower which would have cared less over Texas Football.


Existing just for merchandise is not good. And being part is not the same as the top to bottom energy.


Energy feels unrealized to the point I wonder how deep the Mighty Ducks Plan got besides better equipment and not just another scrubby side? And, while we are on it, how do we get these people to make their ancestors proud and their star stay online longer in the world?


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Stock Car Bowl VIII Points Standings After 2 of 20 Events

                                                            -         W    P


1 62-Brendan Gaughn              40          -          1


2 44-Brian Scott (R)                38          2          1


3 32-Bobby LaBonte                33         7


4 55-Michael Waltrip               30        10


5 12-Juan Pablo Montoya        29        11           1


6 52-Joey Gase                      28       12


7 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.     27       13            1      1


8 23-David Ragan                 26       14


9 85-Katie Sullivan               25       15            1       1


10 6-Trevor Bayne               25       15            1


11 30-Dominique Van Wieringen 22  18


12 16-Greg Biffle                 20      20


13 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.     20      20


14 24-Chase Elliott (R)       18      22


15 71-Gary Densham         16     24


16 86-Ron Capps               16   24


17 38-Landon Cassill          16 24


18 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.        16 24


19  9-Casey Roderick         15 25


20 87-Joe Nemechek         14 26


21 05-Jay Fogleman         12  28


22 28-Mason Mitchell       12 28


23 10-Danica Patrick        12 28


24 07-Ray Black,Jr.         11 29


25 84-Scott Hogan          11 29


26 75-Nicole Lyons         11 29


27 82-Grant Enfinger     10  30


28 89-Kenzie Ruston      10 30


29 3-Austin Dillon          10 30


30 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 8 32


31 48-Jimmie Johnson     8 32


32 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 6 34


33 98-Cole Whitt           6 34


34 56-Ryan Truex         6 34


35 35-Daniel Hemric      5 35


36 34-Chris Buescher (R) 5 35


37 21-Ryan Blaney (R)  5 35


38 81-Daniel Suarez     4 36


39 95-Michael McDowell  4 36


40 99-Scott Dixon 3 37


41 42-Kyle Larson 3 37


42 43-Aric Amirola 3 37


43 77-Katherine Legge 3 37


44 46-Michael Annett 2 38


45 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 1 39


46 8-John Hunter Nemechek 1 39


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BGN Legacy 300 Finishing Order

1 (15) 62-Brendan Gaughn        25   10   35   40


2 (8)  52-Joey Gase                         16         28


3 (14) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.            14         20


4 (19) 32-Bobby LaBonte                 12        33


5 (24) 07-Ray Black,Jr.                    10        11


6 (6) 30-Dominique Van Wieringen    8         22


7 (22) 87-Joe Nemechek                   6        14


8 (16) 82-Grant Enfinger                   5       10


9 (5) 24-Chase Elliott (R)                  4       18


10 (12) 84-Scott Hogan                    3       11


11 (11) 89-Kenzie Ruston                2       10


12 (10) 75-Nicole Lyons                  1       11


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 (9) 9-Casey Roderick


14 (7) 05-Jay Fogleman


15 (4) 86-Ron Capps             234 Transmission


16 (3) 71-Gary Densham      227 Engine


17 (18) 35-Daniel Hemric     207 Engine


18 (13) 55-Michael Waltrip    115 Engine


19 (1) 85-Katie Sullivan        87 Engine


20 (23) 44-Brian Scott (R)      66 Crash


21 (2) 12-JP Montoya            41 Crash


22 (17) 81-Daniel Suarez       29 Crash


23 (21) 26-Robert Richardson,Jr. 17 Engine


24 (20) 99-Scott Dixon               10 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Sullivan 1-3


Montoya 4-8


Densham 9-13


Gase 14-19


Capps 20-26


Elliott 27-31


Fogleman 32-33


Van Wieringen 34-37


Roderick 38-44


Lyons 45-49


Ruston 50-57


Hogan 58-61


Waltrip 62-68


Earnhardt,Jr. 69-74


Gaughn 75-83


Enfinger 84-88


Hemric 89-92


LaBonte 93-98


Nemechek 99-105


Black,Jr. 106-111


Densham 112-118


Capps 119-130


Elliott 131-139


Van Wieringen 140-147


Fogleman 148-155


Gase 158-166


Roderick 167-181


Lyons 182-194


Ruston 195-201


Hogan 202-210


Earnhardt,Jr. 211-222


Gaughn 223-229


Enfinger 230-236


LaBonte 237-244


Nemechek 245-253


Elliott 254-259


Van Wieringen 260-261


Fogleman 262-270


Gase 271-278


Roderick 279-283


Gase 284-288


Hogan 289-292


Gase 293-296


Gaughn 297-300


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Hickory BGN Legacy 300 Starting Lineup

Row 1


85-Katie Sullivan


12-Juan Pablo Montoya


Row 2


71-Gary Densham


86-Ron Capps


Row 3


24-Chase Elliott (R)


30-Dominique Van Wieringen


Row 4


05-Jay Fogleman


52- Joey Gase


Row 5


 9-Casey Roderick


75-Nicole Lyons


Row 6


89-Kenzie Ruston


84-Scott Hogan


Row 7


55-Michael Waltrip


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 8


62-Brendan Gaughn


82-Grant Enfinger


Row 9


81-Daniel Suarez


35-Daniel Hemric


Row 10


32-Bobby LaBonte


99-Scott Dixon


Row 11


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


87-Joe Nemechek


Row 12


44-Brian Scott (R)


07-Ray Black,Jr.


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Hot Benches and Better Airwaves

I think with Iowa State's Gary Thompson's health decaying, which caused him to miss his first Big 12 Tournament since the Early 1970s, which was the Big 8 Conference, is going to cause a turn in my favorite 4 Broadcasting Bench other than Bob Jenkins, Benny Parsons, Ned Jarrett and Paul Page. The Cyclone Broadcasting Bench was Thompson, Chuck Offenburger, who was The Register, The State Tournament Season and Cyclone Hoops, Pete Taylor, who's Mic is Immortalized in the Hilton Rafters and John Walters, who is the Cyclones.


I feel instead of this hogwash, I would appreciate a Cold Pizza even , or more racing reairs on a main airwave. We have a lot of stuff, but, not a lot of knowing what to do with it. The star supernova of WWE being Pro Wrestling is cosmic when the throwback plan of nostalgiarama is toxicly backfiring in a big way. I'd still get emotional over if Dallas should have ran their dynasty into my High School Years, the Rams running their Greatest Show on Planet Turf into a dynasty, or New England keeping Viniateri and Branch the same the Oilers keeping Gretzky and Messier and Konstinov and Fetisov not being crippled.


What is law here is not everyone wants softballs , or MTV Cribs Money Mayweather Episodes, except we are post-Request Line, and my Pop Culture getting ripped out of my hands still cuts a deep nerve even now in me.


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Stock Car Bowl VII After Hickory Twin 150s

                                                       -   W    P


1 44-Brian Scott (R)             38         -  1


2 55-Michael Waltrip            30        8 


3 12-Juan Pablo Montoya     29        9  1    


4 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.  27       11  1    1


5 23-David Ragan              26        12


6 85-Katie Sullivan            25        13  1    1


7 6-Trevor Bayne              25       13  1


8 32-Bobby LaBonte         21        17


9 16-Greg Biffle               20        18


10 71-Gary Densham       16        22


11 86-Ron Capps            16        22


12 38-Landon Cassill       16       22


13 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.   16       22


14 2-Brad Keselowski  16        22


15 9-Casey Roderick    15       23


16 30-Dominique Van Wieringen 14 24


17 24-Chase Elliott (R) 14 24


18 52-Joey Gase 12 26


19 05-Jay Fogleman 12 26


20 28-Mason Mitchell 12 26


21 10-Danica Patrick 12 26


22 75-Nicole Lyons 10 28


23 3-Austin Dillon 10 28


24 89-Kenzie Ruston 8 30


25 84-Scott Hogan 8 30


26 87-Joe Nemechek 8 30


27 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 8 30


28 48-Jimmie Johnson 8 30


29 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 6 32


30 98-Cole Whitt        6 32


31 56-Ryan Truex      6 32


32 62-Brendan Gaughn 5 33


33 82-Grant Enfinger 5 33


34 35-Daniel Hemric  5 33


35 34-Chris Buescher (R) 5 33


36 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 5 33


37 81-Daniel Suarez 4 34


38 95-Michael McDowell 4 34


39 99-Scott Dixon 3 35


40 42-Kyle Larson 3 35


41 43-Aric Amirola 3 35


42 77-Katherine Legge 3 35


43 46-Michael Annett 2 36


44 07-Ray Black,Jr. 1 37


45 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 1 37


46 8-John Hunter Nemechek 1 37


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Hickory Twin 150s Twin #2

1 (11) 12- Juan Pablo Montoya 25       29  2nd


2 (29) 86-Ron Capps                    16 16  4th


3 (30)24-Chase Elliott (R)            14 14 6th


4 (18) 05-Jay Fogleman              12 12 8th


5 (28) 75-Nicole Lyons               10 10 10th


6 (27) 84-Scott Hogan                8  8 12th


7 (23) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.       6 6 14th


8 (17) 82-Grant Enfinger            5 5 16th


9 (24) 35-Daniel Hemrick           4 5 18th


10 (16) 99-Scott Dixon             3 3 20th


11 (9) 87-Joe Nemechek          2 8 22nd


12 (21) 07-Ray Black,Jr.         1 1 24th


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 (12) 42-Kyle Larson


14 (3) 16-Greg Biffle


15 (13) 77-Katherine Legge


16 (15) 8-John Hunter Nemechek


17 (2) 6-Trevor Bayne


18 (4) 38-Landon Cassill


19 (7) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


20 (10) 34-Chris Buescher (R)


21 (8) 98-Cole Whitt


22 (26) 19-Carl Edwards


23 (22) 27-Paul Menard


24 (20) 60-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


25 (1) 23-David Ragan 36 Engine


26 (6) 10-Danica Patrick 25 Crash


27 (5) 2-Brad Keselowski 25 Crash


28 (14) 46-Michael Annett 11 Crash


29 (19)70-Derrike Cope 3 Crash


30 (25) 41-Kurt Busch 3 Crash


Lap Leaders:


Ragan 1-5


Bayne 6-8


Biffle 9-14


Cassill 15


Keselowski 16-21


Patrick 22-25


Stenhouse,Jr. 26


Whitt 27-31


J. Nemechek 32-38


Buescher 39


Montoya 40-46


Larson 47-51


Legge 52-53


J H Nemechek 54-56


Dixon 57-61


Enfinger 62-66


Montoya 67-73


Fogleman 74-79


Wallace,Jr. 80-81


Montoya 82-86


Black,Jr. 87-91


Menard 92-99


Earnhardt,Jr. 100-105


Hemric 106-109


Edwards 110


Hogan 111-117


Lyons 118-121


Capps 122-123


Elliott 124-129


Montoya 130-136


Lyons 137-142


Capps 143-148


Montoya 149-150


Editor's Notes:


Twin 1 would have been more a let's get it going and out of the system on track, but, Twin 2 would have been more by the book


Usually, the reverse is true and


the next blogloop is Stock Car Bowl VIII Points (Not a plug, but, true to my word).


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Hickory Twin 150s #1

1 (29) 85- Katie Sullivan 25                 1st  25


2 (28) 71-Gary Densham         16        3rd 16


3 (27) 30-Dominique Van Wieringen 14 5th 14


4 (21) 52-Joey Gase           12             7th 12


5 (10) 9-Casey Roderick      10            9th 10


6 (20) 89-Kenzie Ruston       8           11th 8


7 (3) 55-Michael Waltrip      6            13th 6


8 (18) 62-Brendan Gaughn 5            15th 5


9 (19) 81-Daniel Suarez    4            17th 4


10 (4) 32-Bobby LaBonte 3            19th 21


11 (2) 26-Robert Richardson,Jr. 2   21st 27


12 (1) 44-Brian Scott (R)      1      23rd 38


NOT CLASSIFIED


13 (6) 28-Mason Mitchell


14 (13) 43-Aric Amirola


15 (14) 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)


16 (11) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)


17 (8) 48-Jimmie Johnson


18 (12) 95-Michael McDowell


19 (7) 3-Austin Dillon


20 (5) 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.


21 (17) 1-Jamie McMurray


22 (23) 5-Kasey Kahne  80 Crash


23(16) 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 47 Engine


24 (26) 20-Matt Kenseth 29 Engine


25 (9) 56-Ryan Truex 23 Engine


26 (22) 31- Ryan Newman 7 Crash


27 (24) 4-Kevin Harvick 7 Crash


28 (25) 18-Kyle Busch 7 Crash


29 (15) 11-Denny Hamlin 3 Engine


Lap Leaders


Scott 1-4


Richardson,Jr. 5-9


Waltrip 10-13


LaBonte 14-20


Hornish,Jr. 21-25


Gaughn 26-32


Mitchell 33-41


Dillon 42-50


Johnson 51-56


Roderick 57-64


Blaney 65-66


Amirola 67-70


McDowell 71-74


J. Earnhardt 75-77


McMurray 78-83


Gaughn 84-90


Suarez 91-93


Ruston 94-97


Gase 98-102


Van Wieringen 103-107


Densham 108-120


Sullivan 121-129


Van Wieringen 130-139


Sullivan 140-150


Editor's Notes:


In real reality, even though it would have been extremely curious to pair "Celebrity Special Guests" ie, Gary Densham or Katie Sullivan on Ron Capps' Coattail, which granted, merits merit, but, I would have had the rare Motorcycle-Car Double Win in a career or year, which either would have been huge


In real reality, if full timers or Cup Veterans where buried in the order like when the Indy Lights ran Savannah when it still was US Highway and the American Contingent was no where in the points and that broke the 1986 Era's Run, I think in a Top 12 Standing, they'd really have moo cows.


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Hickory Twin 150s Starting Order

Twin #1


Row 1


44- Brian Scott (R)


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


Row 2


55-Michael Waltrip


32-Bobby LaBonte


Row 3


14-Sam Hornish,Jr.


28-Mason Mitchell


Row 4


3-Austin Dillon


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 5


56-Ryan Truex


 9-Casey Roderick


Row 6


21-Ryan Blaney(R)


95-Michael McDowell


Row 7


43-Aric Amirola


33-Jeffrey Earnhardt


Row 8


11-Denny Hamlin


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


Row 9


 1-Jamie McMurray


62-Brendan Gaughn


Row 10


81-Daniel Suarez


89-Kenzie Ruston


Row 11


52-Joey Gase


31- Ryan Newman


Row 12


5-Kasey Kahne


4-Kevin Harvick


Row 13


18-Kyle Busch


20-Matt Kenseth


Row 14


30-Dominique Van Wieringen


71-Gary Densham


Row 15


85-Katie Sullivan


Twin #2


Row 1


23-David Ragan


 6-Trevor Bayne


Row 2


16-Greg Biffle


38-Landon Cassill


Row 3


2-Brad Keselowski


10-Danica Patrick


Row 4


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


98-Cole Whitt


Row 5


87-Joe Nemechek


34-Chris Buescher (R)


Row 6


12-Juan Pablo Montoya


42-Kyle Larson


Row 7


77-Katherine Legge


46-Michael Annett


Row 8


8-John Hunter Nemechek


99-Scott Dixon


Row 9


82-Grant Enfinger


05-Jay Fogleman


Row 10


70-Derrike Cope


60-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


Row 11


07-Ray Black,Jr.


27-Paul Menard


Row 12


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


35- Daniel Hemric


Row 13


41- Kurt Busch


19-Carl Edwards


Row 14


84-Scott Hogan


75-Nicole Lyons


Row 15


86-Ron Capps


24-Chase Elliott (R)


Editor's Notes:


Hickory is a "Fan Favorite" Race I'd like to call in the Stock Car Bowl Series with Nashville, Road Atlanta and Knoxville, which had they existed in real reality again or for the first time, people would beat a path to like it mattered again


My Order is heavy on Celebrity Special Guests, but, actual racers, which I try to think Super Late Model-Cup Double Crown, Rookie-Cup, Dragstrip-Cup, and IndyCar-Cup, which the NHRA Contingent is obvious in this order, because Ron Capps has spilled the beans over the Eldora Truck Race.


The unrealized art of transparency is to love and care for something like its is yours and not just run and hide like today.


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First in the World

I feel the fact "First in the World" is something I would feel Mt. Olympus' like Big KRIT didn't have no 30 Million Albums and armloads of awards in the Middle of the Internet and didn't have cities like that! I feel, if the history holds water, as much as I am mad at Harreld over Rhoads and Dannen, which is the unforgiven in my state, and the 2nd is a freedom from stigma, good and bad, all over Northeast Iowa, but, Harvest is not in Meltdowns. But, Matt Campbell being a Bear Bryant Texas A and M or Steve Spurrier Duke in Toledo , not finding a namecall to make us mad.


I doubt we'd be allowed depth like before. Nor, was it an option.


Not a vampire who'd jump all over someone else's region or snaps on the 5 Boroughs like a bad landlord. One good sign of a bad landlord is they don't reup or leave the option. And, the tree of 30 to 45 Year Sports Office or Other Public Service Personalities is crashing and a lot of today's Hollywood is 20 to 25 Year Deep. I doubt the "new" new school would hold depth like that. Or, if John Force didn't get his Iowa 150th, it would be hanging for the Baby Boomlet's Grandbabies. (This period didn't leave promises, or good Orlando Pop).


This is a 30 Year Building vs. 50 Period, and it don't make anyone emotion less emotional, either, and if people leases down like 1991 and 1992 and that people rent and SEC Bills, I'd be hot and uptight beyond belief,too.


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2016 Week 11 Driver of the Year

1 Daniel Suarez XFinity 25 25


2 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 16 16


3 Terry McCarl ASCS 14 20


4 Dave Darland USAC 12 42


5 Danny Lasoski ASCS 10 26


6 Eric McClure XFinity 8 8


7 Ron Capps NHRA 6 6


8 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 5 18


9 Greg Anderson NHRA 4 25


10 Derrike Cope XFinity 3 11


11 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 2 2


12 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 1 7


2016 Week 11 Driver of the Year


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 100 -


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 66 34


3 Bryce Menzies SCORE 62 38


4 Scott Hogan IMCA 50 50


5 Dave Darland USAC 42 58


6 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 37 63


7 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 33 67


8 Cole Anderson SSS 30 70


9 Allen Hopp IMCA 30 70


10 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 70


11 Jay Fogleman PASS 29 71


12 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 71


13 Danny Lasoski ASCS 26 74


14 Brittany Force NHRA 26 74


15 Daniel Suarez XFinity 25 75


16 Greg Anderson NHRA 25 75


17 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 25 75


18 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 25 75


19 Clayton Green K and N 24 76


20 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 76


21 Terry McCarl ASCS 20 80


22 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 80


23 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 18 82


24 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 16 84


25 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 84


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 84


27 Shane Stewart WOO 16 84


28 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 84


29 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 84


30 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 15 85


31 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 86


32 Ryan Truex Trucks 12 88


33 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 88


34 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 12 88


35 Derrike Cope XFinity 11 89


36 Del Worsham NHRA 11 89


37 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 90


38 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 90


39 Nehreen Ismail WRC 10 90


40 Allen Johnson NHRA 10 90


41 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 10 90


42 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 90


43 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 91


44 Eric McClure XFinity 8 92


45 Nicky Hayden MotoGP 8 92


46 Blake Koch XFinity 8 92


47 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 92


48 Harrison Burton K and N 8 92


49 Derrike Cope XFinity 8 92


50 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 7 93


51 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 93


52 Ron Capps NHRA 6 94


53 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 94


54 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 94


55 Trevor Bayne Sprint Cup 6 94


56 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 5 95


57 Earl Pearson,Jr. Lucas Oil 5 95


58 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 5 95


59 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 95


60 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 4 96


61 Jeg Coughin,Jr. NHRA 4 96


62 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 3 97


63 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 97


64 Ed Carpenter Indy Car 3 97


65 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 2 98


66 Jeb Burton XFinity 2 98


67 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 98


68 Scott Pruett USCR 2 98


69 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 2 98


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Drag Race Bowl II Fast 16 After 1 of 6 Events

1 TF Brittany Force 120 6-0 1


2 PSM Katie Sullivan 100 5-1 2


3 PSC V. Gaines 80 4-1 3


4 FC Jeff Diehl 80 4-1 4


5 TF Doug Kalitta 60 3-1 5


6 PSM Steve Johnson 60 3-1 6


7 PSC Greg Anderson 60 3-1 7


8 FC Tim Wilkerson 60 3-1 8


9 FC Gary Densham 40 2-1 9


10 PSC Allen Johnson 40 2-1 10


11 TF Troy Buff 40 2-1 11


12 PSC Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 40 2-1 12


13 FC Ron Capps 40 2-1 13


14 PSM Hector Arana,Jr. 40 2-1 14


15 TF Shawn Langdon 40 2-1 15


16 PSM Angelle Sampey 40 2-1 16


Dropped Out: No One


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Drag Race Bowl II After 1 of 6 Events

1 Top Fuel                                               -   W-L


1 Brittany Force                       120           -  6-0


2 Doug Kalitta                           60       60   3-1


3 Troy Buff                               40       80  2-1


4 Shawn Langdon                     40       80  2-1


5 Terry McMillen                       20     100 1-1


6 Leah Pritchett                        20    100 1-1


7 JR Todd                                20   100  1-1


8 Tony Schumacher                 20   100 1-1


9 Dave Connollly                      0  120  0-1


10 Clay Millican                        0  120 0-1


11 Steve Torrence                     0 120 0-1


12 Richie Crampton                   0 120 0-1


13 Morgan Lucas                      0 120 0-1


14 Antron Brown                      0 120 0-1


15 Scott Palmer                       0 120 0-1


16 Steve Faria                         0 120 0-1


2 Pro Stock Motorcycle                  -  W-L


1 Katie Sullivan                    100  -  5-1


2 Steve Johnson                     60 40 3-1


3 Hector Arana,Jr.                  40 60 2-1


4 Angelle Sampey                  40 60 2-1


5 Gerald Savoie                    20 80 1-1


6 Karen Stoffer                    20 80 1-1


7 James Underdahl              20 80 1-1


8 Shawn Gann                    20 80 1-1


9 Scotty Pollacheck              0 100 0-1


10 Andrew Hines                 0 100 0-1


11 Chip Ellis                       0 100 0-1


12 Eddie Krawiec                0 100 0-1


13 Hector Arana,Sr.           0 100 0-1


14 Angie Smith                 0 100 0-1


15 Joe DeSantis                0 100 0-1


16 Michael Ray,Jr.             0 100 0-1


3 Pro Stock Car                     -   W-L


1 V. Gaines                   80   -  4-1


2 Greg Anderson           60 20 3-1


3 Allen Johnson            40 40 2-1


4 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.         40 40 2-1


5 Bo Butner                 20 60 1-1


6 Drew Skillman          20 60 1-1


7 Vincent Nobile          20 60 1-1


8 Chris McGaha          20 60 1-1


9 Jason Line                0 80 0-1


10 Shane Gray            0 80 0-1


11 Alex Laughlin          0 80 0-1


12 Erica Enders Stevens 0 80 0-1


13 Aaron Strong         0 80 0-1


14 Joey Grose            0 80 0-1


15 Matthew Hartford  0 80 0-1


16 Deric Kramer        0 80 0-1


4 Funny Car                  -  W-L


1 Jeff Diehl        80     -   4-1


2 Tim Wilkerson 60  20   3-1


3 Gary Densham 40 40 2-1


4 Ron Capps      40 40 2-1


5 Courtney Force 20 60 1-1


6 Chad Head 20 60 1-1


7 Matt Hagan 20 60 1-1


8 Cruz Pedregon 20 60 1-1


9 Del Worsham 0 80 0-1


10 Robert Hight 0 80 0-1


11 John Force 0 80 0-1


12 Alexis DeJoria 0 80 0-1


13 Jack Beckman 0 80 0-1


14 John Hale 0 80 0-1


15 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 0 80 0-1


16 James Campbell 0 80 0-1


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Drag Race Bowl II Gatornationals Finals

Brittany Force over Katie Sullivan


Editoral Notes:


I am sensing that .12 or .13 be shattered in Charlotte, in Pro Stock Motorcycle.


Also, even though Audi is moving the roll Further Eastern in to Europe with NASCAR. Even though I expected Mopar to return , but, the rub is I can't pick nits here.


Even though the Women's Merchandise and Dollar are interrelated, but, I am feeling what about my Young Women and the kids, even if they approve or disapprove like packrats.


Granted, I doubt ISC really wants the West Coast as much as did. Phoenix is the lone true mile I'd know that is not associated with a State or Regional Fair and Fontana is just Fontana. The Southern California Car Culture would need to move for the better and not just the sub or counterculture.


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Drag Race Bowl II After Conference Finals

1 PSM Katie Sullivan 100 5-0 1


2 TF Brittany Force   100 5-0 2


3 PSC V. Gaines        80 4-1 3


4  FC Jeff Diehl          80 4-1 4


5 TF Doug Kalitta      60 3-1 5


6 PSC Greg Anderson 60 3-1 6


7 PSM Steve Johnson 60 3-1 7


8 FC Tim Wilkerson  60 3-1 8


9 FC Gary Densham 60 3-1 9


10 PSC Allen Johnson 60 3-1 10


11 TF Troy Buff 60 3-1 11


12 PSC Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 60 3-1 12


13 FC Ron Capps 60 3-1 13


14 PSM Hector Arana,Jr. 60 3-1 14


15 TF Shawn Langdon 60 3-1 15


16 PSM Angelle Sampey 60 3-1 16


Dropped Out: No One


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Drag Race Bowl II After Conference Finals

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle                              -       W-L


1 Katie Sullivan                      100             -       5-0


2 Steve Johnson                      60           40      3-1


3 Hector Arana,Jr.                   40          60       2-1


4 Angelle Sampey                  40          60        2-1


5 Gerald Savoie                     20          80        1-1


6 Karen Stoffer                     20           80       1-1


7 James Underdahl                20          80       1-1


8 Shawn Gann                      20          80        1-1


9 Scotty Pollacheck                 0         100       0-1


10 Andrew Hines                    0        100         0-1


11 Chip Ellis                          0        100         0-1


12 Eddie Krawiec                   0       100         0-1


13 Hector Arana,Sr.              0       100          0-1


14 Angie Smith                    0        100         0-1


15 Joe Desantis                   0        100         0-1


16 Michael Ray,Jr.               0        100         0-1


2 Top Fuel                                     -           W-L


1 Brittany Force              100        -            5-0


2 Doug Kalitta                  60       40          3-1


3 Troy Buff                      40       60          2-1


4 Shawn Langdon            40       60          2-1


5 Terry McMillen              20      80          1-1


6 Leah Pritchett              20      80          1-1


7 .J.R. Todd                   20      80           1-1


8 Tony Schumacher       20      80           1-1


9 Dave Connolly              0    100           0-1


10 Clay Millican              0   100             0-1


11 Steve Torrence         0   100             0-1


12 Richie Crampton       0 100               0-1


13 Morgan Lucas         0  100               0-1


14 Antron Brown        0  100               0-1


15 Scott Palmer        0  100                0-1


16 Steve Faria          0 100                 0-1


3 Pro Stock Car                  -             W-L


1 V. Gaines               80     -            4-1


2 Greg Anderson      60    20            3-1


3 Allen Johnson       40   40             2-1


4 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.   40    40            2-1


5 Bo Butner III      20   60             1-1


6 Drew Skillman    20   60             1-1


7 Vincent Nobile    20 60               1-1


8 Chris McGaha     20 60              1-1


9 Jason Line          0 80               0-1


10 Shane Gray      0 80               0-1


11 Alex Laughlin   0 80               0-1


12 Erica Enders Stevens 0 80     0-1


13 Aaron Strong   0 80              0-1


14 Joey Grose      0 80             0-1


15 Matthew Hartford 0 80        0-1


16 Deric Kramer     0 80         0-1


4 Funny Car               -         W-L


1 Jeff Diehl       80     -        4-1


2 Tim Wilkerson 60  20       3-1


3 Gary Densham 40 40      2-1


4 Ron Capps      40 40      2-1


5 Courtney Force 20 60    1-1


6 Chad Head      20 60     1-1


7 Matt Hagan     20 60     1-1


8 Cruz Pedregon 20 60    1-1


9 Del Worsham    0 80    0-1


10 Robert Hight   0 80     0-1


11 John Force     0 80     0-1


12 Alexis DeJoria 0 80    0-1


13 Jack Beckman 0 80    0-1


14 John Hale       0 80    0-1


15 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 0 80 0-1


16 James Campbell 0 80 0-1


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Timeless, True Firsts and Legend

I think what I'd call timeless is Bob Glidden knowing the IRP Dragstrip better than his own Shop Floor before the inevitable safety and renovations took hold. Or where else in this world today in 1st Division would have the North Stars had a Stanley Cup Playoff Game and the Twins had an otherwise forgotten (except for their fans who want Summer more than Winter) close by?


But, I'd like to pin True Firsts, too. With OVO and not paying people like the plane and the Middle of Louisiana, except,  Drake limprode and made like a rose when people, generally, minorities are salty their work is disrespected.  If it Crunk Rock or Black Rock or Part of Alternative being rode through Atlanta like Georgia (REM) and Georgia Tech (Pearl Jam), that I could believe, or the Block Party like St. Louis or how a New York or Los Angeles Hip Hop Star should sound, not pulling Southern or British Accents like Theater.


The chore is , no matter what, if people ain't getting paid or their paychecks turn to rubber, that is federal serious. It is a catch 22 in marrying a girl because she's pregnant or its over because Child Support for 16 to 26 Years would tail that vibe. And, legend is growing, but, what about a Bull Durham or a Hall of Fame Major Leaguer?


I am thinking that way, too, even though not having Jeff Gordon racing a whole year since my parents first got a Cable Bill is flooring in its own way. And, I am no fan of being stuck with boguses as internationally with our Hollywood Public, its London over everyone and trying to have London Pro Football Games runs into Texas and English Football Crippling Gambling Problems and Beijing has proved to be a jilt over and over and over and over and again and again and again and again and oh yeah, again. The bad thing is if we had a guy who'd always be on one, I don't know how much bad it be outside bad and badder , and if we had more wannabes than Carson Daly TRL and we where in line, anyways.


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Sportsmanship and Expansion

What is worse than poor sportsmanship is having commissioners or other league officials indifferent to most mannerisms. And, I think the Race of Champions really did it this time when "Extreme Conditions" cancelled a Seligrove Race over the Weekend and the Clown War between who pays who is not helping.


People learn like it or not. If Wichita State didn't have the smallest Division I Champion in 4 Year Enrollment Before, this 2012-2016 Run would have stung worse, but, Sedgwick County is not ready hear all that ever. Knowing Las Vegas is climbing increasingly into the major leagues, it would take 20-25 Years to find Cuba and other Caribbean, Central and South American nations a spot in our leagues like a true world title.


Good mannerisms pay better. If responsibility was king, trying to call every SEC Town Iowa City was not mission accomplished in a good way. And, trying to find athletes off the plane mattered too, because I think in the deal, if everyone was insurance to the last of their money, it be a problem.


And, running a big like Jacksonville with no rewards and still driving that Civic with no goals is not good,either. Even though I don't necessarily want to break editoral just because, but, learning from good more than bad or what not to do matters,too.


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Drag Race Bowl II Gatornationals Conference Finals

Stock Conference Finals


Katie Sullivan (PSM) over V. Gaines (PSC)


Nitro Conference Finals


Brittany Force (TF) over Jeff Diehl (FC)


Gatornationals Finals


Brittany Force (Nitro) vs. Katie Sullivan (Stock)



I am sensing in the Tic Tac Toe Bingo Board of Mello Yello Series 1st Time Winners, I am thinking How Many O-fers will fall off next, because Bo Butner is not yet Scott "Alderman and" Geoffrion and we have equalled the first time winner board from all 2015.


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Drag Race Bowl II Fast 16 After Class Finals

1 PSM Katie Sullivan  80 4-0 4 +3


2 TF Brittany Force 80 4-0 5 +3


3  PSC V. Gaines 80 4-0 6 +3


4 FC Jeff Diehl 80 4-0 7 +3


5 TF Doug Kalitta 60 3-1 1 -4


6 PSC Greg Anderson 60 3-1 2 -4


7 PSM Steve Johnson 60 3-1 8 +1


8 FC Tim Wilkerson 60 3-1 3 -5


9 FC Gary Densham 40 2-1 9


10 PSC Allen Johnson 40 2-1 10


11 TF Troy Buff 40 2-1 11


12 PSC Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 40 2-1 12


13 FC Ron Capps 40 2-1 13


14 PSM Hector Arana,Jr. 40 2-1 14


15 TF Shawn Langdon 40 2-1 15


16 PSM Steve Johnson 40 2-1 16


Dropped Out: No One


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Drag Race Bowl II After Class Finals

1 Pro Stock Motorcycle                     -           W-L


1 Katie Sullivan             80             -            4-0


2 Steve Johnson           60           20            3-1


3 Hector Arana,Jr.        40           40            2-1


4 Angelle Sampey       40             40           2-1


5 Gerald Savoie          20            60            1-1


6 Karen Stoffer          20            60             1-1


7 James Underdahl   20             60            1-1


8 Shawn Gann         20            60             1-1


9 Scotty Pollacheck   0            80             0-1


10 Andrew Hines      0           80             0-1


11 Eddie Krawiec     0           80             0-1


12 Chip Ellis           0           80            0-1


13 Hector Arana,Sr. 0         80            0-1


14 Angie Smith     0           80            0-1


15 Joe DeSantis    0          80            0-1


16 Michael Ray,Jr. 0         80            0-1


2 Top Fuel                        -             W-L


1 Brittany Force   80        -             4-0


2 Doug Kalitta    60        20           3-1


3 Troy Buff        40        40           2-1


4 Shawn Langdon 40     40           2-1


5 Terry McMillen  20      60           1-1


6 Leah Pritchett   20     60           1-1


7 JR Todd          20      60          1-1


8 Tony Schumacher 20  60        1-1


9 Dave Connolly       0  80        0-1


10 Clay Millican       0  80        0-1


11 Steve Torrence   0 80       0-1


12 Richie Crampton 0  80      0-1


13 Morgan Lucas   0   80      0-1


14 Antron Brown   0  80      0-1


15 Scott Palmer   0   80     0-1


16 Steve Faria    0   80      0-1


3 Pro Stock Car         -     W-L


1 V. Gaines   80      -      4-0


2 Greg Anderson 60 20 3-1


3 Allen Johnson 40 40 2-1


4 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 40 40 2-1


5 Bo Butner III 20 60 1-1


6 Drew Skillman 20 60 1-1


7 Vincent Nobile 20 60 1-1


8 Chris McGaha 20 60 1-1


9 Jason Line 0 80 0-1


10 Shane Gray 0 80 0-1


11 Alex Laughlin 0 80 0-1


12 Erica Enders Stevens 0 80 0-1


13 Aaron Strong 0 80 0-1


14 Joey Grose 0 80 0-1


15 Matthew Hartford 0 80 0-1


16 Deric Kramer 0 80 0-1


4 Funny Car          -    W-L


1 Jeff Diehl  80    -   4-0


2 Tim Wilkerson 60 20 3-1


3 Gary Densham 40 40 2-1


4 Ron Capps 40 40 2-1


5 Courtney Force 20 60 1-1


6 Chad Head 20 60 1-1


7 Matt Hagan 20 60 1-1


8 Cruz Pedregon 20 60 1-1


9 Del Worsham 0 80 0-1


10 Robert Hight 0 80 0-1


11 John Force 0 80 0-1


12 Alexis DeJoria 0 80 0-1


13 Jack Beckman 0 80 0-1


14 John Hale 0 80 0-1


15 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 0 80 0-1


16 James Campbell 0 80 0-1


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Drag Race Bowl II Gatornationals Class Finals

Here are my Class Finals for Drag Race Bowl II Gatornationals


Pro Stock Motorcycle


15 Katie Sullivan over 16 Steve Johnson


Pro Stock Car


13 V. Gaines over 3 Greg Anderson


Stock Conference Finals


Katie Sullivan vs. V. Gaines


Funny Car


13 Jeff Diehl over 3 Tim Wilkerson


Top Fuel


13 Brittany Force over 7 Doug Kalitta


Nitro Conference Finals


Jeff Diehl vs. Brittany Force


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Drag Race Bowl II Fast 16 After Class Semis

1 TF Doug Kalitta  60  3-0 7 +6


2 PSC Greg Anderson 60 3-0 10 +8


3 FC Tim Wilkerson 60 3-0 9 +6


4 PSM Katie Sullivan 60 3-0 12 +8


5 TF Brittany Force 60 3-0 11 +6


6 PSC V. Gaines 60 3-0 14 +8


7 FC Jeff Diehl 60 3-0 13 +6


8 PSM Steve Johnson 60 3-0 16 +8


9 FC Gary Densham 40 2-1 1 -8


10 PSC Allen Johnson 40 2-1 2 -8


11 TF Troy Buff 40 2-1 3 -8


12 PSC Jeg Coughlin,Jr. 2-1 5 -7


13 FC Ron Capps 2-1 6 -7


14 PSM Hector Arana,Jr. 2-1 4 -10


15 TF Shawn Langdon 40 2-1 15


16 PSM Angelle Sampey 40 2-1 16


Dropped Out:


No One


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Drag Race Bowl II After Class Semis

1 Top Fuel                                                  -        W-L


1 Doug Kalitta                    60                     -        3-0


2 Brittany Force                 60                      -       3-0


3 Troy Buff                       40                  20         2-1


4 Shawn Langdon             40                  20         2-1


5 Terry McMillen               20                  40        1-1


6 Leah Pritchett                20                 40        1-1


7 JR Todd                        20                  40        1-1


8 Tony Schumacher          20                  40        1-1


9 Dave Connolly                0                  60        0-1


10 Clay Millican                 0                  60        0-1


11 Steve Torrence             0                 60         0-1


12 Richie Crampton           0                 60        0-1


13 Morgan Lucas               0                60        0-1


14 Antron Brown               0                60        0-1


15 Scott Palmer                0                60         0-1


16 Steve Faria                  0                60         0-1


2 Pro Stock Car                                   -        W-L


1 Greg Anderson         60                  -          3-0


2 V. Gaines                60                  -          3-0


3 Allen Johnson          40               20          2-1


4 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.       40              20           2-1


5 Bo Butner               20              40           1-1


6 Drew Skillman        20              40            1-1


7 Vincent Nobile        20             40            1-1


8 Chris McGaha         20             40            1-1


9 Jason Line               0             60           0-1


10 Shane Gray           0             60           0-1


11 Alex Laughlin        0             60           0-1


12 Erica Enders Stevens 0         60           0-1


13 Aaron Strong         0            60          0-1


14 Joey Grose            0            60         0-1


15 Matthew Hartford  0            60         0-1


16 Deric Kramer        0             60         0-1


3 Funny Car                            -          W-L


1 Tim Wilkerson            60      -          3-0


2 Jeff Diehl                   60      -         3-0


3 Gary Densham          40     20        2-1


4 Ron Capps               40     20         2-1


5 Courtney Force        20    40         1-1


6 Chad Head              20    40         1-1


7 Matt Hagan            20    40          1-1


8 Cruz Pedregon       20    40          1-1


9 Del Worsham          0    60          0-1


10 Robert Hight          0  60           0-1


11 John Force            0  60            0-1


12 Jack Beckman      0  60            0-1


13 Alexis DeJoria      0  60           0-1


14 John Hale           0 60            0-1


15 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 0  60       0-1


16 James Campbell     0 60        0-1


4 Pro Stock Motorcycle         -     W-L


1 Katie Sullivan   60           -    3-0


2 Steve Johnson 60           -     3-0


3 Hector Arana,Jr. 40      20     2-1


4 Angelle Sampey 40      20     2-1


5 Gerald Savoie   20      40      1-1


6 Karen Stoffer   20       40      1-1


7 James Underdahl 20   40     1-1


8 Shawn Gann      20   40       1-1


9 Scotty Pollacheck  0  60       0-1


10 Andrew Hines     0  60       0-1


11 Eddie Krawiec     0  60      0-1


12 Chip Ellis            0 60      0-1


13 Hector Arana, Sr. 0  60     0-1


14 Angie Smith       0 60      0-1


15 Joe DeSantis     0  60     0-1


16 Michael Ray,Jr.  0  60    0-1


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Drag Race Bowl II Gatornationals Class Semis

Okay, now we are in the National Event Phase of the Gators and here is my Class Semis


Pro Stock Motorcycle


15 Katie Sullivan over 14 Angelle Sampey


16 Steve Johnson over 5 Hector Arana,Jr.


Pro Stock Motorcycle Class Final


16 Steve Johnson vs. 15 Katie Sullivan


Pro Stock Car


3 Greg Anderson over 2 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.


13 V. Gaines over 1 Allen Johnson


Pro Stock Car Class Final


13 V. Gaines vs. 3 Greg Anderson


Funny Car


3 Tim Wilkerson over 2 Ron Capps


13 Jeff Diehl over 1 Gary Densham


Funny Car Class Final


13 Jeff Diehl vs. 3 Tim Wilkerson


Top Fuel


7 Doug Kalitta over 14 Shawn Langdon


13 Brittany Force over 1 Troy Buff


Top Fuel Class Final


13 Brittany Force vs. 7 Doug Kalitta


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Drag Race Bowl II Fast 16 After 2nd Rd Qualifying

1 FC Gary Densham           40    2-0 1


2 PSC Allen Johnson         40    2-0 2


3 TF Troy Buff                 40    2-0 3


4 PSM Hector Arana,Jr.    40   2-0  8 +5


5 PSC Jeg Coughlin,Jr.   40   2-0 6 +1


6 FC Ron Capps            40   2-0 7 +1


7 TF Doug Kalitta         40  2-0 14 +7


8 PSM Angelle Sampey 40 2-0 NR


9 FC Tim Wilkerson     40 2-0 10 +1


10 PSC Greg Anderson 40 2-0  9 -1


11 TF Brittany Force 40 2-0 NR


12 PSM Katie Sullivan  40 2-0 NR


13 FC Jeff Diehl          40 2-0 NR


14 PSC V. Gaines        40 2-0 NR


15 TF Shawn Langdon 40 2-0 NR


16 PSM Steve Johnson 40 2-0 NR


Dropped Out:


4 PSM Gerald Savoie


5 TF Terry McMillen


11 TF Leah Pritchett


12 PSM Karen Stoffer


13 PSC Bo Butner


15 TF Courtney Force


16 PSM James Underdahl


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Drag Race Bowl II After 2nd Round Qualifying

1  Funny Car                                            -        W-L


1 Gary Densham                 40                 -        2-0


2 Ron Capps                       40                 -        2-0


3 Tim Wilkerson                  40                -        2-0


4 Jeff Diehl                         40               -        2-0


5 Courtney Force                 20             20      1-1


6 Chad Head                       20             20      1-1


7 Matt Hagan                      20             20      1-1


8 Cruz Pedregon                 20              20     1-1


9 Del Worsham                    0             40       0-1


10 Robert Hight                   0            40        0-1


11 John Force                     0            40       0-1


12 Jack Beckman                0            40       0-1


13 Alexis DeJoria                0           40        0-1


14 John Hale                     0           40         0-1


15 Tommy Johnson,Jr.       0           40         0-1


16 James Campbell           0           40         0-1


2 Pro Stock Car                             -          W-L


1 Allen Johnson               40          -         2-0


2 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.           40          -          2-0


3 Greg Anderson            40         -          2-0


4 V. Gaines                    40         -        2-0


5 Bo Butner                   20       20        1-1


6 Drew Skillman            20       20        1-1


7 Vincent Nobile           20        20        1-1


8 Chris McGaha            20       20        1-1


9 Jason Line                  0       40        0-1


10 Shane Gray              0       40        0-1


11 Alex Laughlin           0       40         0-1


12 Erica Enders Stevens 0     40          0-1


13 Aaron Strong            0       40       0-1


14 Joey Grose               0       40       0-1


15 Matthew Hartford      0       40       0-1


16 Deric Kramer            0      40       0-1


3 Top Fuel                              -      W-L


1 Troy Buff                40        -      2-0


2 Doug Kalitta           40       -      2-0


3 Brittany Force        40       -      2-0


4 Shawn Langdon     40        -     2-0


5 Terry McMillen       20      20    1-1


6 Leah Pritchett        20     20     1-1


7 JR Todd                20     20      1-1


8 Tony Schumacher  20    20      1-1


9 Dave Connolly       0     40      0-1


10 Clay Millican       0     40       0-1


11 Steve Torrence  0      40       0-1


12 Richie Crampton 0     40       0-1


13 Morgan Lucas    0      40      0-1


14 Antron Brown   0      40       0-1


15 Scott Palmer  0       40       0-1


16 Steve Faria   0       40       0-1


4 Pro Stock Motorcycle        -       W-L


1 Hector Arana,Jr.      40   -        2-0


2 Angelle Sampey     40    -        2-0


3 Katie Sullivan       40   -          2-0


4 Steve Johnson      40  -          2-0


5 Gerald Savoie      20 20         1-1


6 Karen Stoffer      20 20          1-1


7 James Underdahl 20 20        1-1


8 Shawn Gann        20 20       1-1


9 Scotty Pollacheck 0  40        0-1


10 Andrew Hines    0 40         0-1


11 Eddie Krawiec   0  40        0-1


12 Chip Ellis         0  40         0-1


13 Hector Arana,Sr. 0 40       0-1


14 Angie Smith     0 40         0-1


15 Joe DeSantis   0 40         0-1


16 Michael Ray,Jr. 0 40      0-1


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Drag Race Bowl II Gatornationals 2nd Rd Qualifying

This is my stats for 2nd Rd Qualifying for the Drag Race Bowl II at the Gatornationals


Pro Stock Motorcycle


14 Angelle Sampey over 11 Shawn Gann


15 Katie Sullivan over 7 Karen Stoffer


 5 Hector Arana,Jr. over 4 Gerald Savoie


16 Steve Johnson over 9 Jim Underdahl


Class Semis Pro Stock Motorcycle


15 Katie Sullivan vs. 14 Angelle Sampey


16 Steve Johnson vs. 5 Hector Arana,Jr.


Pro Stock Car


3 Greg Anderson over 6 Drew Skillman


2 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. over 7 Vincent Nobile


13 V. Gaines over 5 Bo Butner III


1 Allen Johnson over 9 Chris McGaha


Class Semis Pro Stock Car


3 Greg Anderson vs. 2 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.


13 V. Gaines vs. 1 Allen Johnson


Funny Car


3 Tim Wilkerson over 11 Matt Hagan


2 Ron Capps over 10 Chad Head


13 Jeff Diehl over 12 Cruz Pedregon


1 Gary Densham over 8 Courtney Force


Class Semis Funny Car


3 Tim Wilkerson vs. 2 Ron Capps


13 Jeff Diehl vs. 1 Gary Densham


Top Fuel


14 Shawn Langdon over 6 Leah Pritchett


7 Doug Kalitta over 2 Terry McMillen


13 Brittany Force over 12 Tony Schumacher


1 Troy Buff over 9 JR Todd


Class Semis Top Fuel


14 Shawn Langdon vs. 7 Doug Kalitta


13 Brittany Force vs. 1 Troy Buff


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US Grand Prix The Series II

Even though a lot of F1 Fans in America still feel some way over the USGP Series from 1981-1991, but, I am trying to call a revival of the USGP The Series. If we are going to drive the bus on Open Wheel Future, it is our bus and our rules here.


I'd like to see some kind of considerations for the East or the West Coasts. I stipulated it in the 2008-2011 "Off" Period, but, instead, we got Austin and the worst time of year instead. Personally, I doubt Street Circuits would jump unless their Long Beach. I think one way or another, I don't think the Elbow Room mentality made us everyday people comfortable, let alone having a bunch of irate fans last year in Texas.


If it was JUST Money, we'd be out until 2020. We'd dismiss every Vulture Capitalist, anyway.


If it was JUST Sports Car Culture, we'd need to see the true Sports Car Culture shine. And, we don't want to see some region's Sports Scene go bad, badder, and even worse. And, building a new circuit just to exclusively appease Formula One won't do NHRA, NASCAR and Indy Car any favors.


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Drag Race Bowl II Fast 16 After 1st Rd Quals

1 FC Gary Densham              20 1-0


2 PSC Allen Johnson              20 1-0


3 TF Troy Buff                       20 1-0


4 PSM Gerald Savoie             20 1-0


5 TF Terry McMillen              20 1-0


6 PSC Jeg Coughlin,Jr.         20 1-0


7 FC Ron Capps                   20 1-0


8 PSM Hector Arana,Jr.       20 1-0


9 PSC Greg Anderson          20 1-0


10 FC Tim Wilkerson          20 1-0


11 TF Leah Pritchett          20 1-0


12 PSM Karen Stoffer        20 1-0


13 PSC Bo Butner             20 1-0


14 TF Doug Kalitta            20 1-0


15 FC Courtney Force       20 1-0


16 PSM James Underdahl 20 1-0


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Drag Race Bowl II Standings After 1st Round Qualifying

1 Funny Car                              -           W-L


1 Gary Densham             20      -            1-0


2 Ron Capps                   20      -            1-0


3 Tim Wilkerson              20      -            1-0


4 Courtney Force            20      -             1-0


5 Chad Head                  20      -             1-0


6 Matt Hagan                 20     -              1-0


7 Cruz Pedregon            20     -               1-0


8 Jeff Diehl                    20    -                1-0


9 Del Worsham               0     20             0-1


10 Robert Hight              0     20             0-1


11 John Force                 0    20             0-1


12 Jack Beckman           0     20              0-1


13 Alexis DeJoria            0    20              0-1


14 John Hale                  0  20                0-1


15 Tommy Johnson,Jr.    0 20                 0-1


16 James Campbell         0 20                 0-1


2 Pro Stock Car                   -                 W-L


1 Allen Johnson             20  -                 1-0


2 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.         20 -                   1-0


3 Greg Anderson          20 -                   1-0


4 Bo Butner                 20 -                    1-0


5 Drew Skillman          20 -                    1-0


6 Vincent Nobile          20  -                   1-0


7 Chris McGaha           20 -                    1-0


8 V. Gaines                 20  -                  1-0


9 Jason Line                 0  20                 0-1


10 Shane Gray             0 20                  0-1


11Alex Laughlin            0 20                 0-1


12 Erica Enders Stevens 0 20               0-1


13 Aaron Strong            0 20              0-1


14 Joey Grose               0 20              0-1


15 Matthew Hartford      0 20             0-1


16 Deric Kramer            0 20             0-1


3 Top Fuel                         -           W-L


1 Troy Buff               20    -            1-0


2 Terry McMillen       20   -             1-0


3 Leah Pritchett        20 -               1-0


4 Doug Kalitta          20 -               1-0


5 JR Todd                20  -              1-0


6 Tony Schumacher 20 -               1-0


7 Brittany Force      20 -                1-0


8 Shawn Langdon   20 -                1-0


9 Dave Connolly      0  20              0-1


10 Clay Millican       0 20               0-1


11 Steve Torrence   0 20               0-1


12 Richie Crampton 0 20               0-1


13 Morgan Lucas  0  20                0-1


14 Antron Brown  0 20                 0-1


15 Scott Palmer  0 20                   0-1


16 Steve Faria    0 20                   0-1


4 Pro Stock Motorcycle            -     W-L


1 Gerald Savoie  20            -         1-0


2 Hector Arana,Jr. 20         -         1-0


3 Karen Stoffer  20            -         1-0


4 James Underdahl 20       -         1-0


5 Shawn Gann     20          -        1-0


6 Angelle Sampey 20         -        1-0


7 Katie Sullivan   20          -       1-0


8 Steve Johnson    20        -      1-0


9 Scotty Pollacheck 0        20   0-1


10 Andrew Hines  0          20 0-1


11Eddie Krawiec  0          20 0-1


12 Chip Ellis        0         20 0-1


13 Hector Arana,Sr. 0      20 0-1


14 Angie Smith       0      20 0-1


15 Joe DeSantis       0      20 0-1


16 Michael Ray,Jr.    0     20 0-1


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Drag Race Bowl II Gatornationals 1st Rd Qualifying

Pro Stock Motorcycle


9 James Underdahl over 8 Hector Arana,Sr.


 7 Karen Stoffer over 10 Angie Smith


11 Shawn Gann over 6 Chip Ellis


5 Hector Arana,Jr. over 12 Joe Desantis


4 Gerald Savoie over 13 Michael Ray,Jr.


14 Angelle Sampey over 3 Eddie Krawiek


15 Katie Sullivan over 2 Andrew Hines


16 Steve Johnson over 1 Scotty Pollacheck


Pro Stock Car


9 Chris McGaha over 8 Shane Gray


7 Vincent Nobile over 10 Alex Laughlin


6 Drew Skillman over 11 Erica Enders Stevens


5 Bo Butner over 12 Alex Strong


13 V. Gaines over 4 Jason Line


3 Greg Anderson over 14 Joey Grose


2 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. over 15 Matthew Hartford


1 Allen Johnson over 16 Deric Kramer


Funny Car


8 Courtney Force over 9 Alexis DeJoria


10 Chad Head over 7 Jack Beckman


11 Matt Hagan over 6 John Force


12 Cruz Pedregon over 5 Robert Hight


13 Jeff Diehl over 4 Del Worsham


3 Tim Wilkerson over 14 John Hale


2 Ron Capps over 15 Tommy Johnson,Jr.


1 Gary Densham over 16 James Campbell


Top Fuel


9 JR Todd over 8 Richie Crampton


7 Doug Kalitta over 10 Morgan Lucas


6 Leah Pritchett over 11 Antron Brown


12 Tony Schumacher over 5 Steve Torrence


13 Brittany Force over 4 Clay Millican


14 Shawn Langdon over 3 Dave Connolly


2 Terry McMillen over 15 Scott Palmer


1 Troy Buff over 16 Steve Faria


2nd Round Qualifying Matchups


Pro Stock Motorcycle


14 Angelle Sampey vs. 11 Shawn Gann


15 Katie Sullivan vs. 7 Karen Stoffer


5 Hector Arana,Jr. vs. 4 Gerald Savoie


16 Steve Johnson vs. 9 James Underdahl


Pro Stock Car


6 Drew Skillman vs. 3 Greg Anderson


7 Vincent Nobile vs. 2 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.


13 V. Gaines vs. 5 Bo Butner


9 Chris McGaha vs. 1 Allen Johnson


Funny Car


11 Matt Hagan vs. 3 Tim Wilkerson


10 Chad Head vs. 2 Ron Capps


13 Jeff Diehl vs. 12 Cruz Pedergon


8 Courtney Force vs. 1 Gary Densham


Top Fuel


14 Shawn Langdon vs. 6 Leah Pritchett


 7 Doug Kalitta vs. 2 Terry McMillen


13 Brittany Force vs. 12 Tony Schumacher


9 JR Todd vs. 1 Troy Buff


Next Up... Drag Race Bowl II 1st Round Quals Point


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25th Anniversaries of the Firsts in the 300s

I would like to state with 50 Years of Funny Car this year, I would like to see the NHRA immortalize the 25th Anniversaries of the Firsts in the 300s with Kenny Bernstein in 1992 and Jim Epler in 1993 at Topeka. I would like to know is Jim Epler's Rug Doctor Olds Cutlass that ran in Topeka in private hands and I know at the time, Jim Epler did not want to give up his best car.


And the backbone to the First in the 300, with Eddie Hill being upset he was not able to double up on the Water and Quartermile, and, with an emerging modern quartermile returns in the Nostaligia Class and Epping started as a Nostaligia before becoming a full fledged national event race.


I am thinking running into Weekend Bookings is getting more and more into a corner with the Pro Stock Car being nudged by their Pro Stock Modified Counterparts and the Pro Stock Motorcycles being nudged by the Screamin' Eagles, I think what plans would have came to bring the Nitros back to Earth?


And, the tough corner is trying to honor a real time that left too fast for a lot of quartermilers likings.


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The Ides of March and the Record Book

I would like to at least restart an editorial focus on The Ides of March, which aren't there for nothing, and the record book. I think with people having detrimental stones their whole life doesn't make it socially acceptable. I don't think Meek Mill would get away with throwing fire at Drake and be a free man. Or the guy who keeps making the shot over and over and over and over and again and again and again and again and again while the other guy is not just in the record book forever, but, he's State Champion forever.


I think with the bogusness makes anyone and everyone dizzy. I don't like the fact my hometown is getting harder on the hooch like before, no matter who they'd be, they'd at least work through their issues. And, the impersonator laws I feel need a harder look as I wouldn't want a Med School Misfit be medic. I'd have friends in nursing, too and they won't like bogus people not knowing what to do, too.


I am thinking the worst area we are in is the ability to make and keep money LEGALLY. Not illegally, not ambigiuosly like we all don't know your Roger Clemens and with support, the right people save the day. Not any strange man with money, because my best School Women wouldn't have been the Women they are today.


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2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter

1 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 25 35


2 Greg Anderson NHRA 16 21


3 Andy Eckrich IMCA 14 95


4 Ryan Truex Trucks 12 12


5 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 10


6 Cole Anderson SSS 8 30


7 Scott Hogan IMCA 6 47


8 Earl Pearson,Jr. Lucas Oil 5 5


9 Allen Hopp IMCA 4 30


10 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 3 15


11 Jeb Burton XFinity 2 2


12 Terry McCarl ASCS 1 6


1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter Bonus Board


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 90+ 10= 100


2 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 60+6=66


3 Bryce Menzies SCORE 58+4=62


4 Scott Hogan IMCA 47+3=50


5 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 35+2=37


6 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 32+1=33


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 100 -


2016 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 66 34


3 Bryce Menzies SCORE 62 38


4 Scott Hogan IMCA 50 50


5 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 37 63


6 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 33 67


7 Cole Anderson SSS 30 70


8 Allen Hopp IMCA 30 70


9 Dave Darland USAC 30 70


10 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 70


11 Jay Fogleman PASS 29 71


12 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 71


13 Brittany Force NHRA 26 74


14 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 25 75


15 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 25 75


16 Clayton Green K and N 24 76


17 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 76


18 Greg Anderson NHRA 21 79


19 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 80


20 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 84


21 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 84


22 Shane Stewart WOO 16 84


23 Danny Lasoski ASCS 16 84


24 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 84


25 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 84


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 15 85


27 Conor Daly Indy Car 14 86


28 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 13 87


29 Ryan Truex Trucks 12 88


30 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 88


31 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 12 88


32 Del Worsham NHRA 11 89


33 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 90


34 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 90


35 Nehreen Ismail WRC 10 90


36 Allen Johnson NHRA 10 90


37 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 10 90


38 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 90


39 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 91


40 Nicky Hayden MotoGP 8 92


41 Blake Koch XFinity 8 92


42 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 92


43 Harrison Burton K and N 8 92


44 Derrike Cope XFinity 8 92


45 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 93


46 Terry McCarl ASCS 6 94


47 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 94


48 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 6 94


49 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 94


50 Trevor Bayne Sprint Cup 6 94


51 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 5 95


52 Earl Pearson,Jr. Lucas Oil 5 95


53 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 5 95


54 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 95


55 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 4 96


56 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 96


57 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 3 97


58 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 97


59 Ed Carpenter Indy Car 3 97


60 Jeb Burton XFinity 2 98


61 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 98


62 Scott Pruett USCR 2 98


63 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 2 98


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Consumer Protections and Actual Billionaires

One of my personal grievances is the Sports Merchandise Game is too rigid and people don't necessarily have money to free up. If I had the freedom to be Hypno Blue, Carolina Blue, Kentucky Blue, Luv Ya Blue, Millenium Blue (Please, Child Please, that shouldn't have been LA's), Blue Star Blue, Midnight Blue, Navy Blue, Baby Blue and Minnesota Sky (Not Mary Kate and Ashley) Blue for 10 Straight Years for all my Ladies and Kids, I'd win that core but look like a fool if results didn't come true like dreams that didn't come true.


I think if we where frozen for 5 Years, we'd miss Consumer Protections, ending Conference Realignment, More Different Football and Hockey, and Actual Billionaires. What sticks is 1. Dare to be different 2. Don't buy peer pressure or 3. Don't Just buy what you or your adults can't afford otherwise. The third is tricky.


I don't like the steroid rumors being white noise. Sadly, it would spur employee assistance out of pocket, which is not healthy. Or why every Remember the Merchandise Cute 1990s Plan would get socially accepted with no depth. The only issue is there are people like me who care about depth. Or will DePaul be in business by the time my Cousin's Babies get their School Diploma as the 100,000 Residency ain't easily replacable.


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If Gaughn hangs it up, at least let him avenge 2003

I am thinking if Brendan Gaughn hangs it up, at least let him avenge 2003. I am speaking this from the heart, and from the Kur like he caught the internet blind. The test is even though we are going to have puny TV Ratings early on, and substandard assignments, at least let us have something great.


I, to this day, still felt Brendan Gaughn should have clinched the 2003 Craftsman Truck Series Championship in Phoenix like Davey Allison should have clinched in 1992. But, what trapped Brendan was 2 Bad Timed Sour Mopar Motors in Kentucky and Gateway, the 1st, let Carl Edwards rise to NASCAR Superstardom at the expense of Todd Bodine not having a sponsor in the Busch Series. The 2nd, in St. Louis, was in front of a diehard St. Louis Missouri-Illinois St. Louis Ram Tough Dodge Dealers 250 crowd, still small, and it was crestfalling, and Miami and Brian Reffner driving Ted Musgrave to believe he won the title, I was racing home from High School in Lisbon,Iowa and I was bummed Brendan Gaughn was out of contention, and I still remember it more for who lost it (Brendan Gaughn) vs. who won it (Travis Kvapil) and that 1 Lap in Bristol for the win causing more than it bargained later.


To me, the Missouri Illinois Ram Tough Dodge Dealers 250 STILL being my favorite race title non major race and I still get emotional about my best days  in my Football History just being denied to a cold world and history, because I still feel when they said Kelly Ripa vs. Kathie Lee Gifford for Regis and or for the Man Show when the said Joe Rogan and Doug Stanhope instead of Jimmy Kimmel and Adam Carolla. I am not trying to turn this up into editoral, but, I feel energy that is happier and 4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-21 MEANS 21-22-23-24-25-26 Stances like 3000 Turn 1s at Irwindale for Speed Channel vs. the bogusness we are fed feudian like junk of All Fun and No War or All War and No Fun, which is no world I ask for.


Even if this is not the sequel to 1992, I expect the 4-5 Movements not to be disrupted quicker than a Supersonic being a True Expansion.


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Fast and Faster is no subsititute for Top Fuel and Funny Car running 1320 Again

I feel more on an editoral sense over the still dizzying fast and faster, which was a compensation for Top Fuel and Funny Car running 1000 Feet. And, the media specialists aren't trying to help the issue, as they replaced Tom "Straight Outta" Compton and Graham "Could I Please See The" Light and what is obvious is Ford has no Mello Yello Imprint. Not only the fact we threw shade at the wrong area, like anyone vs. The Game, but, it is almost like focusing on the wrong area of the Late Model.


If Top Fuel and Funny Car ran 1320 Feet Again, it would be more majestic and authentic of a Quarter Mile Pass. I'd really want to feel the sun, even when this Winter acted like it did. And, what about the pros who've run nothing or near nothing but 1000 Foot? It would be having to write a new notebook again.


It would cut out the Motorcycle Lights, which has been more and more of a norm. The biggest area is to get Teen Culture and Popular Culture healthier again, not sicker than a dog. Usually, people want brothers or sisters in law one way or another, not different parts of different 4 Sides of Different Families like we are planting splinters instead of trees.


If we planted Splinters like Minions like Twinkies, we'd always have dwarves and other than crossing Pikachu wrong as a fear like a Black Cat, it would really not look good as I don't want to be chucked Ice or Plastic because even if I drove, I'd take too much pride in my cars for them not to be wrecked.


Add Comment  | March 5, 2016
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People couldn't hit the road coast to coast and the World with National Racing Series the same as a Rock Band

I feel, to take on Inside Dirt Racing and Racing With Rich's Richard Allen, hitting the road with a National Racing Series Coast to Coast and sometimes the World is not the same as hitting the road with a Rock Band on tour. Look at it this way, the Guy or Girl from Sioux City might want to pull the upset at Knoxville or Harlan over Jimmy Owens or Scott Bloomquist.


And, if all someone did was to Wheels Up and tag along with Shannon for no better and their lone purpose was to flirt on the women, that is not a good look, or being found out about meetings enough times they don't happen, that is not good, either. I know everything has got leaner and meaner and louder and nastier, but, those of us that want greater than all time great and then some feel jilted over and over and over and over and again and again and again and again and  OH Yeah, AGAIN!


And, being in line, I don't get why character vs. being a character has been found. If we kept playing games until the money ran out, there'd be a lot of people just pounding relentless for answers to all these tired questions. That's if we had the patience to find out vs. being all in our emotions. Chaos and lazy don't keep customers long term. If its One Direction to New Orleans, be true, please and not just use the middle of the internet.


Add Comment  | March 4, 2016
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2016 Week 9 Driver of the Year

1 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 25 25


2 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 16 32


3 Clayton Green K and N 14 24


4 Scott Hogan IMCA 12 41


5 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 10


6 Nehreen Ismail WRC 8 10


7 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 6


8 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 5 60


9 Jay Fogleman PASS 4 29


10 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 3 4


11 Bryce Menzies SCORE 2 58


12 Andy Eckrich IMCA 1 90


After 9 of 40 Events


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 90 -


2 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 60 30


3 Bryce Menzies SCORE 58 32


4 Scott Hogan IMCA 41 49


5 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 32 58


6 Dave Darland USAC 30 60


7 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 60


8 Jay Fogleman PASS 29 61


9 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 61


10 Allen Hopp IMCA 26 64


11 Brittany Force NHRA 26 64


12 Robert Richardson,Jr. Sprint Cup 25 65


13 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 25 65


14 Clayton Green K and N 24 66


15 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 66


16 Cole Anderson SSS 22 68


17 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 70


18 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 74


19 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 74


20 Shane Stewart WOO 16 74


21 Danny Lasoski ASCS 16 74


22 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 74


23 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 74


24 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 76


25 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 13 77


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26 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 78


27 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 12 78


28 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 12 78


29 Del Worsham NHRA 11 79


30 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 10 80


31 Nehreen Ismail WRC 10 80


32 Allen Johnson NHRA 10 80


33 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 10 80


34 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 10 80


35 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 80


36 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 81


37 Nicky Hayden MotoGP 8 82


38 Blake Koch XFinity 8 82


39 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 82


40 Harrison Burton K and N 8 82


41 Derrike Cope XFinity 8 82


42 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 83


43 Brian Scott Sprint Cup 6 84


44 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 6 84


45 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 84


46 Trevor Bayne Sprint Cup 6 84


47 Greg Anderson NHRA 5 85


48 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 5 85


49 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 5 85


50 Terry McCarl ASCS 5 85


51 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 85


52 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 4 86


53 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 86


54 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 3 87


55 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 87


56 Ed Carpenter Indy Car 3 87


57 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 88


58 Scott Pruett USCR 2 88


59 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 2 88


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The Thunder, Cleveland Speedway and all around bad deals

I still haven't liked how Oklahoma City and the State of Oklahoma has taken the great Seattle Supersonics tradition for itself. I think with the indictments, Funny Money II, and sheer awful sense, just because we know a bad deal doesn't mean we can get out of it easily. The best answer in that regard is to fold the Thunder, and award the Supersonics as a true expansion and Oklahoma an NBA Expansion on a later date.


Also, in the fishing hole of bad deals in this great repression, I find the biannual for sale or "Will there EVER Be Cleveland Speedway Racing Ever AGAIN?" to be a bit dramamine. 1st of all, Durant, Westbrook and Oklahoma never got together well and I am sure Tennesseeans are crying mad over why their team is fixing for a fall and why if 2nd Generation Titans need to get their act together.


And, inclusion has been harder than money in my home state. We have been inclusion before, and why is it we want to get petty now? I can't get multimillions and billions added to jackpots and my mind is blown over why do we have more salaries and people than money itself? Or better yet, having teammates vs. your agent or your people? I don't like or want to run potential to the bottom like a bad bar, which it is, and why are we back to lazy?


 


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The Cards in the Hand Matter, too.

I feel that what is aggravating on aggravating is the cards are in the wrong kind of people's hands. That is dangerous, especially if places that shouldn't be taken to the limit and then some are. I still ardently believe if I was boss, I'd still have credit and make everyone else have cash or their own charge.


I hate to just play 10 Year Old Lessons to the bone, but, just stating facts as a crank or worse is not going to help business bridges. Not having room for a second contract is a banana peel that is Incognitoan. Or worse, why do our potential job candidates lack serious anger management skills? If we hired someone who can't and won't and no don't play nice, I wouldn't have a good retirement either.


Just because we are locked in a job or education don't mean we can be smug, arrogant, comfortable, bulletproof or untouchable. I think the biggest defense that is not physical is the Women's Community and other true protected groups who need representation, not exploitation.


No one wants hunches in 2016. No one. Even if someone had the goods on perps, at least have the decency to prove it, not just snitch anyone and everyone like a 52 Card Salute or who someone thought did wrong. Why are we throwing multibillions and salaries when nothing ever worked for us and having more roles than money is a Cristobal (Crystal Football) that can't be dropped and insurance can't keep paying off and off.


Add Comment  | March 2, 2016
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Too Much Unrealized Talent

I really get hot about too much unrealized talent, which blazes like a supernova. Everyone has said something about this topic it feels like. And with this year, it feels like a heavy people user and worse, with business leases popping up like a whack a moles all over my hometown, it makes me wax nostaligic over 6 Feet of Snow.


The only good thing about being in season is not having to pine over Kyle Busch. And, to add to the aggravation, having Detroit scramble all of a sudden over Stewart Haas is not cool. It is icy.


I really pine bitterly over desire and the abscence of it. And, the collisions of real and real fake is a culture war. And, what about being levelheaded for a change?


I think being unrealized only makes a future future work madder. And to be in the all time record books. And, where is the sense of economics anymore?


I think what is worse is faster money with no reprecussion or realiziation of tomorrow is what got people sore and I am just as floored my state and inclusion need to reunite again.


Add Comment  | March 1, 2016
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2056 A Sports Oddysey

I figure in 2056, even if something was built for the next 40 Years, it would be helpful to at least have a second generation who doesn't just love the money. And, what bugs me is even though we have more multitalented or multitaskers, but, doing them well is spotty.


If Martin Truex,Jr. turned a 1st Place Car into a 42nd Place Car like Kevin Harvick, he'd be demoted many times over. And, being close that many times is not any better without actually winning. The one area that kicks our tail is time management.


It leads to other managements, and if you had more time than money, it is demeaning. If time was all you had until time ran out or the money until the money ran out, there are problems galore.


I think with the new school popping back up in a big way, and if the posse mentality came to Ames out the Woodwork with no athletic or other academic talent, a lot of folks would wonder why are they staying at the College Hotel.


Add Comment  | February 29, 2016
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2016 Week 8 Driver of the Year

1 Jay Fogleman PASS 25 25


2 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 16 16


3 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 14 55


4 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 12 12


5 Clayton Green K and N 10 10


6 Andy Eckrich IMCA 8 89


7 Cole Anderson SSS 6 22


8 McKenna Haase ASCS 5 29


9 Greger Huttu iRacing 4 20


10 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 3 7


11 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 2


12 Bryce Menzies SCORE 1 56


After 8 of 56 Events


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 89 -


2 Bryce Menzies SCORE 56 33


3 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 55 34


4 Dave Darland USAC 30 59


5 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 59


6 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 60


7 Allen Hopp IMCA 26 63


8 Brittany Force NHRA 26 63


9 Jay Fogleman PASS 25 64


10 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 25 64


11 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 65


12 Cole Anderson SSS 22 67


13 Greger Huttu iRacing 20 69


14 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 16 73


15 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 73


16 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 73


17 Shane Stewart WOO 16 73


18 Danny Lasoski ASCS 16 73


19 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 73


20 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 73


21 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 75


22 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 13 76


23 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 12 77


24 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 77


25 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 12 77


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Del Worsham NHRA 11 78


27 Clayton Green K and N 10 79


28 Allen Johnson NHRA 10 79


29 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 10 79


30 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 10 79


31 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 79


32 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 80


33 Nicky Hayden MotoGP 8 81


34 Blake Koch K and N 8 81


35 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 81


36 Harrison Burton K and N 8 81


37 Derrike Cope XFinity 8 81


38 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 7 82


39 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 6 83


40 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 83


41 Trevor Bayne Sprint Cup 6 83


42 Greg Anderson NHRA 5 84


43 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 5 84


44 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 5 84


45 Terry McCarl ASCS 5 84


46 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 84


47 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 85


48 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 3 86


49 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 86


50 Ed Carpenter Indy Car 3 86


51 Frank Kimmel ARCA 2 87


52 Nehreen Ismail WRC 2 87


53 Scott Pruett USCR 2 87


54 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 2 87


55 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 1 88


Add Comment  | February 27, 2016
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Spare Parts and Ethics

America,


I would like to bring up Spare Parts and Ethics even though down the line, we'd be clotted with Pork Chops because of so much Pork. I can't get why Crew Chiefs are in the little leagues, ie, the Short Track Level, and not every mom or aunt or adult could afford or care to send their kids to camp. The moral in this story, is if I want to send someone to IndyCar or NASCAR, at least try to break the peer pressure apple.


Its worse when you really don't got nothing. When you really don't got nothing, you try to look up to Instagram or another computer. And, the rub is, not everyone has email, computer or Facebook in 2016. If it is someone I'd really not want any parts of, I wouldn't even play that Facetime on Christmas like Homie The Clown in In Living Color.


I am not trying to go total Whit Bazemore here, but, Stewart Haas going to Ford only benefits Gene Haas and Dearborn's fiery return to Formula One and NHRA Mello Yello Division. I don't want to see lawyers cut checks for your snaps like Eminem and not realize it. And Chevy will not be happy with AJ Allemindinger. In the end, the referendum to make Dale Jr. Owner/Driver will be successful, and I would think we'd get Mopar and Honda in our sport in the end.


I've tried to query if Ferrari is going whole woo pig sooie on LeMans do to their discontent at the F1 Fathers? Other than reopening old wounds certain members of our family ABSOULUTELY, POSITIVELY, Don't Tell Me when I am 80, why not rebuild? Speaking on that vein, the fact even exes, which we where part of their family at one point in time, would not go without rebuke. I don't like addicts or recidivists as even though the Football Giants found the 2nd French Texas Football Player in NFL History, but, in the quest for athletes, at least know if they are model citizens because if a guy knew a lot about Women without being a Woman OBGYN, that is a problem.


Add Comment  | February 25, 2016
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2016 Week 7 Driver of the Year

1 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 25 25


2 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 16 41


3 Scott Hogan IMCA 14 29


4 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 12


5 Allen Johnson NHRA 10 10


6 Nicky Hayden MotoGP 8 8


7 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 6 6


8 Greg Anderson NHRA 5 5


9 Bryce Menzies SCORE 4 55


10 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 3 9


11 Nehreen Ismail WRC 2 2


12 Cole Anderson SSS 1 16


After 7 of 40 Events


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 81 -


2 Bryce Menzies SCORE 55 26


3 Mark Ironside US Legend Card 41 40


4 Dave Darland USAC 30 51


5 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 51


6 Scott Hogan IMCA 29 52


7 Brittany Force NHRA 26 55


8 Allen Hopp IMCA 26 55


9 Justin LaBonte Carolina Clash 25 56


10 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 57


11 McKenna Haase ASCS 24 57


12 Cole Anderson SSS 16 65


13 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 65


14 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 65


15 Shane Stewart WOO 16 65


16 Greger Huttu iRacing 16 65


17 Danny Lasoski ASCS 16 65


18 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 65


19 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 65


20 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 67


21 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 13 68


22 David Ragan Sprint Cup 12 69


23 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 12 69


24 Del Worsham NHRA 11 70


25 Allen Johnson NHRA 10 71


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 10 71


27 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 10 71


28 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 71


29 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 9 72


30 Nicky Hayden MotoGP 8 73


31 Blake Koch XFinity 8 73


32 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 73


33 Harrison Burton K and N 8 73


34 Derrike Cope XFinity 8 73


35 Ben Watkins Carolina Clash 6 75


36 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 75


37 Trevor Bayne Sprint Cup 6 75


38 Greg Anderson NHRA 5 76


39 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 5 76


40 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 5 76


41  Terry McCarl ASCS 5 76


42 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 76


43 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 4 77


44 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 77


45 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 3 78


46 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 78


47 Ed Carpenter Indy Car 3 78


48 Nehreen Ismail WRC 2 79


49 Scott Pruett USCR 2 79


50 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 2 79


51 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 1 80


Add Comment  | February 20, 2016
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The Domino Effect

If this was truly the 1980s and there where options galore and I'd support what I'd afford to support within reason, it'd be different. But, I feel the Domino Effect on going bigger and bigger and spending bigger and bigger with tarpaper thin returns, that hits walls. If someone was paid every second wads on wads of dollars, that cracks their career.


In anger management, I feel where is the desire for Money over the dead of nothing. Long cons usually catch up, too, and if it was Wednesday Afternoon to Monday Morning in Colorado to vs. Monday Afternoon to Wednesday Evening in Eastern Iowa, the truth catches up.


Why all these vulture capitalists financing everything? To me, sponsors hold a higher high bar than people want to see.


And, the impatience and the unskilled leave the domino effect. If we where paid up and up for career work and not have to worry about financing, that's different. But, that is not the issue.


Add Comment  | February 17, 2016
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Stock Car Bowl VIII After 1 of 20 Events

This is the 1st in the World Stock Car Bowl VIII World Championship and here is the Points Standings after 1 of 20 Events


                                                                              -        W   P


1 44-Brian Scott (R)                               37                        1


2 23-David Ragan                                  26            11


3 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.                     25            12         1   1


4 6-Trevor Bayne                                  25            12          1


5 55-Michael Waltrip                              24            13


6 16-Greg Biffle                                     20            17


7 32-Bobby LaBonte                              18            19


8 38-Landon Cassill                              16             21


9 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.                           16             21


10 28-Mason Mitchell                           12             25


11 10-Danica Patrick                           12             25


12 3-Austin Dillon                               10             27


13 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.                    8             29


14 48-Jimmie Johnson                         8             29


15 98-Cole Whitt                                6             31


16 56-Ryan Truex                               6            31


17 87-Joe Nemechek                          6            31


18 9-Casey Broderick                          5          32


19 34-Chris Buescher (R)                     5         32


20 21-Ryan Blaney                              5         32


21 12-Juan Pablo Montoya                   4         33


22 95-Michael McDowell                      4         33


23  42-Kyle Larson                              3        34


24 43-Aric Amirola                              3        34


25 77-Katherine Legge                        3       34


26 46-Michael Annett                          2       35


27 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)                1       36


28 8-John Hunter Nemechek               1      36


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Stock Car Bowl VIII Daytona 500 Finishing Order

1 (22) 44-Brian Scott (R)            25 10 35   37


2 (17) 16-Greg Biffle                      16        20


3 (9)  55-Michael Waltrip                14        24


4 (6) 23-David Ragan                     12       26


5 (11) 32-Bobby LaBonte                10       18


6 (30) 48-Jimmie Johnson               8         8


7 (43) 87-Joe Nemechek                 6        6


8 (40) 34-Chris Buescher (R)          5        5


9 (38) 95-Michael McDowell            4        4


10 (33) 77-Katherine Legge           3       3


11 (5) 38-Landon Cassill                2    16


12 (16) 21-Ryan Blaney                1    5


13 (7) 28-Mason Mitchell


14 (10) 3-Austin Dillon


15 (12) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


16 (18) 12-JP Montoya


17 (13) 98-Cole Whitt


18 (34) 83-Matt DiBenedetto


19 (17) 9-Casey Broderick


20 (19) 42-Kyle Larson


21 (26) 13-Casey Mears


22 (25) 24-Chase Elliott (R)


23 (29) 27-Paul Menard


24 (28) 78-Martin Truex,Jr.


25 (27) 94-Ty Dillon


26 (23) 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)


27 (24) 8-John Hunter Nemechek


28 (32) 31-Ryan Newman


29 (14) 56-Ryan Truex


30 (20) 43-Aric Amirola


31 (1) 26-Robert Richardson,Jr. 154 Engine


32 (3) 14-Sam Hornish,Jr. 107 Engine


33 (6) 10-Danica Patrick 83 Engine


34 (2) 6-Trevor Bayne 65 Engine


35 (31) 7-Regan Smith 48 Engine


36 (4) 2-Brad Keselowski 37 Transmission


37 (36) 93-Matt Crafton 25 Engine


38 (28) 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 11 Engine


39 (35) 5-Kasey Kahne 2 Crash


40 (37) 47-AJ Allemindinger 2 Crash


41 (39) 1-Jamie McMurray 2 Crash


42 (41) 22-Joey Logano 2 Crash


43 (42) 18-Kyle Busch 2 Crash


Lap Leaders:


Richardson,Jr. 1-3


Bayne 4-7


Keselowski 8-13


Hornish,Jr. 14


Cassill 15-18


Ragan 19-27


Mitchell 28-31


Patrick 32-37


Waltrip 38-41


A. Dillon 42-44


LaBonte 45-55


Stenhouse,Jr. 56-60


Whitt 61-62


Truex 63-68


Broderick 69-71


Blaney 72-76


Biffle 77-88


Montoya 89-92


Larson 93-97


Amirola 98-102


Annett 103-110


Buescher 111-116


J. Nemechek 117-120


Scott 121-126


Earnhardt 127-131


JH Nemechek 132-138


Elliott 139-141


Mears 142-146


T. Dillon 147-150


Menard 151-155


Johnson 156


Legge 157-160


Newman 161-163


DiBenedetto 164-166


McDowell 167-170


Buescher 171-172


J. Nemechek 173-177


Cassill 178-181


Ragan 182-184


Cassill 185


Waltrip 186-190


LaBonte 191-194


Waltrip 195-196


Biffle 197-199


Scott 200


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The 59th Daytona 500 Starting Order

Row 1


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


  6-Trevor Bayne


Row 2


14-Sam Hornish,Jr.


  2-Brad Keselowski


Row 3


38-Landon Cassill


23-David Ragan


Row 4


28-Mason Mitchell


10-Danica Patrick


Row 5


55-Michael Waltrip


 3-Austin Dillon


Row 6


32-Bobby Labonte


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 7


98-Cole Whitt


56-Ryan Truex


Row 8


9-Casey Broderick


21-Ryan Blaney


Row 9


16-Greg Biffle


12-JP Montoya


Row 10


42-Kyle Larson


43-Aric Amirola


Row 11


46-Michael Annett


44-Brian Scott (R)


Row 12


33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)


 8-John Hunter Nemechek


Row 13


24-Chase Elliott (R)


13-Casey Mears


Row 14


94-Ty Dillon


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


Row 15


27-Paul Menard


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 16


7-Regan Smith


31-Ryan Newman


Row 17


77-Katherine Legge


83-Matt DiBenedetto


Row 18


 5-Kasey Kahne


93-Matt Crafton


Row 19


47-AJ Allemindinger


95-Michael McDowell


Row 20


1-Jamie McMurray


34-Chris Buescher (R)


Row 21


22-Joey Logano


18-Kyle Busch


Row 22


87-Joe Nemechek


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Stock Car Bowl VII

Stock Car Bowl VII After Twin 125s          -        W      P


1 26-Robert Richardson,Jr.    25                       1        1


2 6-Trevor Bayne                 25                       1


3 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.            16             9


4 2-Brad Keselowski             16            9


5 38-Landon Cassill              14           11


6 23-David Ragan                14           11


7 28-Mason Mitchell             12           13


8 10-Danica Patrick             12           13


9 55-Michael Waltrip           10           15


10 3-Austin Dillon               10          15


11 32-Bobby LaBonte           8          17


12 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.    8          17


13 98-Cole Whitt                 6          19


14 56-Ryan Truex                6         19


15 9-Casey Roderick            5         20


16 21-Ryan Blaney              5        20


17 16-Greg Biffle                4         21


18 12-Juan Pablo Montoya   4       21


19 42-Kyle Larson              3       22


20 43-Aric Amirola             3       22


21 46-Michael Annett         2       23


22 44-Brian Scott (R)        2       23


23 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 1     24


24 8-John Hunter Nemechek 1   24


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Twin 125s Twin #2

1 (6) 6-Trevor Bayne             25                      2nd 25


2 (1) 2-Brad Keselowski             16                  4th 16


3 (19) 23-David Ragan               14                  6th 14


4 (4) 10-Danica Patrick               12                 8th  12


5 (2) 3-Austin Dillon                   10                10th 10


6 (7) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.        8                 12th  8


7 (24) 56-Ryan Truex                  6                  14th 6


8 (8) 21-Ryan Blaney                  5                   16th 5


9 (23) 12-Juan Pablo Montoya     4                    18th 4


10 (9) 43-Aric Amirola               3                    20th 3


11 (16) 44-Brian Scott (R)         2                   22nd 2


12 (22) 8-John Hunter Nemechek 1                 24th 1


13 (10) 13-Casey Mears                                  26th


14 (11) 78-Martin Truex,Jr.                              28th


15 (5) 48-Jimmie Johnson                                30th


16 (3) 31-Ryan Newman                                  32nd


17 (12) 83-Matt DiBenedetto                            34th


18 (13) 93-Matt Crafton                                   36th


19 (14) 95-Michael McDowell                            38th


20 (18) 34-Chris Buescher (R)                          40TH


21 (25) 87-Joe Nemechek                                 42nd


NOT CLASSIFIED


22 (20) 20-Matt Kenseth 32 Engine


23 (21) 11-Denny Hamlin 32 Engine


24 (15) 49-Alex Bowman 3 Crash


25 (17) 41-Kurt Busch 3 Crash


Lap Leaders


Keselowski 1-3


A. Dillon 4-5


Newman 6-12


Patrick 13-16


Johnson 17


Bayne 18-24


Stenhouse,Jr. 25-29


Bayne 30-33


Ragan 34-37


Bayne 38-44


Keselowski 45-48


Bayne 49-50


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Twin 125s Twin #1 Finishing Order

1 (19) 26-Robert Richardson,Jr. 25                   1st   25


2 (16) 14-Sam Hornish,Jr.              16             3rd  16


3 (18) 38-Landon Cassill                 14             5th  14


4 (24) 28-Mason Mitchell                12             7th  12


5 (12) 55-Michael Waltrip               10             9th 10


6 (9)  32-Bobby LaBonte                 8             11th 8


7 (15) 98-Cole Whitt                       6             13th 6


8 (23) 9-Casey Broderick                5             15th 5


9 (7) 16-Greg Biffle                        4             17th  4


10 (17) 42-Kyle Larson                   3            19th  3


11 (10) 46-Michael Annett              2            21st  2


12 (13) 33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)    1              23rd 1


13 (20) 24-Chase Elliott     (R)                       25th


14 (14) 94-Ty Dillon                                     27th


15 (3) 27-Paul Menard                                  29th


16 (22) 7-Regan Smith                                 31st


17 (25) 77-Katherine Legge                          33rd


18 (5) 5-Kasey Kahne                                  35th


19 (11) 47-AJ Allemindinger         30 Engine   37th


20 (21) 18-Kyle Busch                 17 Engine  39th


21 (1) 1-Jamie McMurray               7 Crash    41st


22 (2) 22-Joey Logano                  7 Crash    43rd


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23 (4) 4-Kevin Harvick                    7 Crash


24 (8) 19-Carl Edwards                  7 Crash


25 (6) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.           7 Crash


Lap Leaders:


McMurray  1-3


Logano 4-7


Menard 8


Biffle 9-13


B. LaBonte 14-21


Waltrip 22-25


Annett 26-27


Allemindinger 28-30


Ty Dillon 31-34


Whitt 35-37


Hornish,Jr. 38-39


Larson 40-41


Cassill 42-43


Richardson,Jr. 44-50


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Stock Car Bowl VIII Twin 125s

Editor's Note: These are how I envisioned the Twin 125s, (Twin 150s) in the actual runup, but, I still prefer the Twin 125s that existed throughout the span of Daytona 500 History. And, I tried to keep in mind 2015 Season Starts, Non Starts and 69-70 Drivers who'd at least be talented and not waste space.


Twin #1


Row 1


1-Jamie McMurray


22-Joey Logano


Row 2


27-Paul Menard


4-Kevin Harvick


Row 3


5-Kasey Kahne


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 4


16-Greg Biffle


19-Carl Edwards


Row 5


32-Bobby LaBonte


46-Michael Annett


Row 6


47-AJ Allemindinger


55-Michael Waltrip


Row 7


33-Jeffrey Earnhardt (R)


94-Ty Dillon


Row 8


98-Cole Whitt


14-Sam Hornish,Jr.


Editor's Note II: I thought Sam Hornish,Jr. or Alex Bowman would have been suitable replacements for Smoke , but, with Brian Vickers sneaking through the gate FOR WHAT! and I am still on my bridge, and Alex Bowman would have gone through an extensive Indy 500 Rookie Committment unlike Sam Hornish,Jr. , who would have gone through a returnship course, and it would be his first post CART-IRL Merger Indy 500 to date.


Row 9


42-Kyle Larson


38-Landon Cassill


Row 10


26-Robert Richardson,Jr.


24- Chase Elliott (R)


Row 11


18-Kyle Busch


 7-Regan Smith


Row 12


 9-Casey Broderick


28-Mason Mitchell


Row 13


77-Katherine Legge


Twin #2


Row 1


2-Brad Keselowski


3-Austin Dillon


Row 2


31-Ryan Newman


10-Danica Patrick


Row 3


48-Jimmie Johnson


6-Trevor Bayne


Row 4


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


21-Ryan Blaney


Row 5


43-Aric Amirola


13-Casey Mears


Row 6


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


83-Matt DiBenedetto


Row 7


93-Matt Crafton


95- Michael McDowell


Row 8


49-Alex Bowman


44-Brian Scott (R)


Row 9


41-Kurt Busch


34-Chris Buescher (R)


Row 10


23-David Ragan


20-Matt Kenseth


Row 11


11-Denny Hamlin


8- John Hunter Nemechek


Row 12


12-Juan Pablo Montoya


56-Ryan Truex


Row 13


87-Joe Nemechek


Editor's Note III: I don't know how many picture pieces will be around or employable in 2024, but, the last thing I want to see is anyone's Worst Enemies claim Open Season which in most regards is an open door out of a wallet. And, not everyone has tried to keep traditions or multigenerational or same generational fan bases in a 20 Year Spectrum, other than to run on a few year basis.


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2016 Week 6 Driver of the Year

1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 25 81


2 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 16


3 Cole Anderson SSS 14 14


4 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 12 12


5 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 10 10


6 Blake Koch XFinity 8 8


7 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 6 6


8 Lou Ansel Super Cup Stock Car 5 5


9 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Truck Series 4 4


10 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 3 3


11 Scott Pruett USCR 2 2


12 Bryce Menzies SCORE 1 51


After 6 of 40 Events


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 81 -


2 Bryce Menzies SCORE 51 30


3 Dave Darland USAC 30 51


4 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 51


5 Allen Hopp IMCA 26 55


6 Brittany Force NHRA 26 55


7 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 25 56


8 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 57


9 McKenna Haase ASCS 24 57


10 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 16 65


11 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 65


12 Shane Stewart WOO 16 65


13 Greger Huttu iRacing 16 65


14 Danny Lasoski ASCS 16 65


15 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 65


16 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 65


17 Scott Hogan IMCA 15 66


18 Cole Anderson SSS 14 67


19 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 67


20 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 13 68


21 Bobby Gerhart ARCA 12 69


22 Del Worsham NHRA 11 70


23 Dominique Van Wieringen K and N 10 71


24 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 10 71


25 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 71


NOT RANKED


26 Blake Koch XFinity 8 73


27 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 73


28 Harrison Burton K and N 8 73


29 Derrike Cope XFinity 8 73


30 Ryan Blaney Sprint Cup 6 75


31 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 75


32 Trevor Bayne Sprint Cup 6 75


33 Lou Ansel Stock Car Super Cup 5 76


34 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 5 76


35 Terry McCarl ASCS 5 76


36 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 76


37 Ahnna Parkhurst SE Super Trucks 4 77


38 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 77


39 Jonathan Davenport Lucas Oil 3 78


40 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 78


41 Ed Carpenter IndyCar 3 78


42 Scott Pruett USCR 2 79


43 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 2 79


44 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 1 80


Add Comment  | February 13, 2016
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Race Team Alliance Cracking?

I think with the Wood Brothers not being "wanted" by the Race Team Alliance is making me wonder is the Race Team Alliance cracking for real and is Rob Kauffman this day's .J.D. Stacy? It feels like we have as many jilts as real Hall of Famers, but, we love the real Hall of Famers better.


Some folks I hear about can't even hide their dope as if they are Barry Switzer and I'm the 2nd Most Important Person in Oklahoma, the OU President. Truthfully, the enthusiasts have the say and even if Dad or Uncle was not here for a decade, they'd still kick as if Dad or Uncle was here.


I am trying to find that where is the input here with this Race Team Alliance? What is irritating, is Professionalism turning into a game? I would like to see Drivers Points taken more seriously at the Daytona 500, like as if it was 1994 or 1995 and I wasn't here to joke like I was a kid again. The truth is, even though Toyota has got the nontraditionalists , but, I won't forgive them for Red Bull abdicating the sport or Scion having the Super Bowl ad of the Year after having no car this fall.


People could do livid, but, that doesn't always pay the bills, or your chance to see the SEC.


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I'd actually love to see a sequel to 1992, actually.

I feel I'd like to see a sequel to 1992, actually, even though next year it would be 25. The moral of the story is don't let it go wrong by 2020 or I'd be chasing 2019 to the last days of my life and then some. Actually, I had more love for this day than January 1. In old history, whether if its fair or not, I don't want the Late Model Stock Car Swap Meet trampled and if you sell more parts than diecasts, thats good news.


The obvious difference is I am not misty eyed like Jim Brown only to see Cold Turkey II scar Northeast Ohio, or pulling more puffery, cotton candy, and fiction just to get the LA Rams out of the Museum. The truth is the truth and I feel more than a little different over Chase Elliott's 24 vs. Jeff Gordon's 24. And, would we have Sam Hornish,Jr. or Alex Bowman try to fill seat, because I am not thrilled with Brian Vickers hopping into AJ Foyt's 14. (With all apologies to Tony Stewart, I still feel it is AJ Foyt's 14 in my soul even though his salad days left before I was born.)


I feel bridges matter, too, especially if you want a man to be your brother-in-law. I'd count draft picks and playing until 75 like it was majestic and if your little brother has some ethic, at least people know he'd outgrow being the brat. I don't see enough play until 75 or fish until 75 or the day to day got too painful due to old age.


Add Comment  | February 12, 2016
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Legislating Desire? I wouldn't say that!

I have a big time problem with legislating desire. I wouldn't say that! The reason why I see through the Charter Plan is Rob Kauffman glided out Felix Sabates and Michael Waltrip's roles. And, like it or not, needing people for the next 40 to 50 Years is a test that is not going to get easier unless we make it easier.


And, I'd throw a flag on Craftsman's World of Outlaws twin sponsors. The reason why I'd call towel on said move is I've tried to promote Donny Schatz to Indy Cars, and ASCS has increasingly gained volumes of ground on the Outlaws. I don't see it as an issue of Lucas Oil spending more money, but, I hate how people get shopping money by telling and selling Whoppers.


I'd really try to pound the "Tell Me More" like my School Friends where Grease and not an overheated production. And, I feel hurt enough Professionalism is "Just a Game". If it is July 18th and Cleveland is reinvorgated, I'd welcome that more than impersonators. And, I don't take the bogus any better. I like to feel at home vs. uptight, even if I am on the road.


And, I've tried to promote Jonathan Davenport to Cup and Aaron Reutzel to Indy Car. Obviously, I am not an agent and I am not going to stick my name out for Mrs. Right online, either. I get sick of more exes than marraiges. Kids, I feel like prudence is the Queen, and being a bigger man is not always fun and games, and okay, let's push more Pontiacs again, not let Jay Electronica delete a whole album FOR WHAT! and sell Toyotas instead like he's Cruz Pedergon.


Editor's Note: Indy still feels Sportsmanship is for the Kids and lets try to be a bigger Notre Dame beyond the Half and Half and be a True Independent instead and see who wants to join in Marion or Baton Rouge on their own.


Add Comment  | February 9, 2016
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Empires and Powers

I am not trying to point out the obvious, but, empires and powers need more than just me. I hate to gift wrap work to people who will never,ever do it or never,ever do it right at all, because, we are stuck on interpersonal mayhem and the sheer pettiness of not having money this long. I think if we where to rip the ball out of people who didn't deserve the publicity or credit they got like it was a Black Card, and not just that, the people behind them aren't doing less of nothing.


I know there are a lot of work ethics and not all of them are good. If your idea of a career was to get out of the house, 9 to 5 or education, they won't be so kind if you rode and rode with no purpose or plan. Those people do exist, unfortunately and they'd get sick of seeing them at the airport vs. in the city.


Who's going to be a Top 25 by 2026? Who's going to be a nonstarter? I feel these gimmicks are "Say that and be arrested" to me, but, exuding law and order means having a group of people who won't be bulled over. And, even if that means LeBron James for NBA Players Association vs. Chris Paul.


If it was just your neighborhood, wearing your shirts like they are a rock band or a Bad Boy Street Team , or a new dotcom, the problem is real money and side agendas.


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2016 Week 5 Driver of the Year

1 Bryce Menzies SCORE 25 50


2 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 16


3 Dave Darland USAC 14 30


4 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 24


5 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 10 16


6 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 8


7 McKenna Haase ASCS 6 24


8 Scott Hogan IMCA 5 15


9 Allen Hopp IMCA 4 26


10 Shane Stewart WOO 3 16


11 Conor Daly IndyCar 2 14


12 Andy Eckrich IMCA  56


After 5 of 40 Events


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 56 -


2 Bryce Menzies SCORE 50 6


3 Dave Darland USAC 30 26


4 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 26


5 Allen Hopp IMCA 26 30


6 Brittany Force NHRA 26 30


7 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 24 32


8 McKenna Haase ASCS 24 34


9 Casey Stoner MotoGP 16 40


10 Shane Stewart WOO 16 40


11 Greger Huttu iRacing 16 40


12 Danny Lasoski ASCS 16 40


13 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 40


14 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 16 40


15 Scott Hogan IMCA 15 41


16 Conor Daly IndyCar 14 42


17 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 13 43


18 Del Worsham NHRA 11 45


19 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 10 46


20 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Sprint Cup 10 46


21 Ken Roczen AMASX 8 48


22 Harrison Burton K and N 8 48


23 Derrike Cope XFinity 8 48


24 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 50


25 Trevor Bayne Sprint Cup 6 50


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 5 51


27 Terry McCarl ASCS 5 51


28 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 51


29 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 52


30 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 53


31 Ed Carpenter Indy Car 3 53


32 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 2 54


33 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 1 55


Add Comment  | February 6, 2016
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Indy Car and Fair

I always like to think if everyone had it fair with the Same Stuff, ask an Indy Car Fan. I really want to see Indy Car nuture the Dirt Roads like it was sociallly acceptable to settle for Outlaws or socially acceptable to accept Sports Car Endurance Racing.


Okay, I want to see for Fall Next Year's Season Premiere, an Indy Car Race at Rockingham, East Carolina, The People's Orange County, I-30, Crawford County or Texarkana. Or if Mississippi had a Rose Bowl National Champion, A Final Four National Champion at Madison Square Garden, a College World Series Champion, A Drake Relays Team and NCAA Team Champion and an Indy 500 Winner all in one year, and the South's Biggest Indy 500 Hero Ceremony, even the guy from Texas, Arkansas, Maine or Iowa would flock to Oxford.


The truth is the truth. You can't spin that. Or Resell That.


I tend to believe what about my Sporting and Television Public. I realize not everyone has the force to see SEC or plop 24 Hours of LeMans friviously, but, if we had unbroken 24 Hours of LeMans Coverage unless it Severe Weather, it be heavy on the Sponsor Support Early On.


If we are going to be World Class, we can't all flock to West Des Moines or be a bird on a feather on a tree like we didn't know different. People find better stuff on their own,too.


Add Comment  | February 3, 2016
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Forever Month

Even though Februrary doesn't get the love like the Summer and December, but, it is a Forever Month. Forever is having heroes you'd still treasure in the afterlife. I feel like I am being King Tangent here, but, if I was a King or if I was a Woman, I'd want to be the Queen or the Woman  for Good.


The area I can't do is grievious disrespect. They doing my Greatest Show on Planet Turf past greasy like it never even happened. But, yet, the kids think its okay to act like Cam Newton and Dance to Glory. If that was that, I would have renominated Trista Sutter to Dancing With The Stars.


I don't see the pride here. Other than we all we got, vs. act reckless and have some College Kids scared senseless of the perps. If Bobby LaBonte won the Daytona 500 to make up for Dale Sr. , I would love that as an enthuisast and  a fan.


Gimmicks don't help, having Flintstone Phones of Cash like Gucci Mane don't help, and where are the Stars? What about Fame? Fame finds a way to the High School, even if we had legit Preps to Pros, not just paydays. I'd like to see that for real.


Add Comment  | February 3, 2016
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Future Auto Racing Events

I would like to see Future Auto Racing Events and I would at least try to kick around a few. And without further ado, here is my order:


1. The J. Cole Nationals


I am thinking if Eastern North Carolina needs to have a strong Motorsports Presence again. And, I don't know if necessarily J. Cole would be in the stead of actual sponsors even though he has pictorial proof with Dale Jr. , and, I would kick the ball as it would be a series of races from New York City to Fayetteville,NC.


2. Shorten Nashville Superspeedway


To take what Mr. Gary Baker said, I'd sign Nashville Superspeeedway up to be the Southern Milwaukee Mile or be a Bristol Copy and to try to move the Tennessee State Fair out of Davidson County.


3. Build an Actual Superspeedway


The only way it would be socially acceptable is make it like Rockingham or Milwaukee and having to find a way to impress Indy Car and Sprint Cup is to invite them to town.


4. Have Auto Racing or Airports in the Heart of the City


This would be ambitious and ambivilent even for the most profitable cities, and I want to at least snare the city with no issue and have it be non stop buzz.


5. Have Dirt Racing in Non Traditional Markets


I think having Super Late Models or Sprint Cars in Miami like having Indy Car in Memphis, Nashville Fair, Montgomery and Rockingham would help grow the Sports Car or Open Wheel Sports and I'd think in #6


6. Having iRacing Federations


I would think of having iRacing Federations from very small to very big like it was a bigger Madden.


Add Comment  | February 2, 2016
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Art and Desire

I, IndyMyIndy, is still on my commissioner with Art and Desire. To me, I feel Art and Desire expand into the Sports Arena. If I am actually able to afford Super Bowl Reservations for the cost of a Super Bowl Ticket at highest street value for Super Bowl 50, that would be the day. I am genuinely worried about Art and Desire.


I don't want to see more easier manipulators who get sent to their room, rampage and punish us for our sins. That is what exactly I am afraid of. I'd be scared if the 18 Month Old Mentality was to think a core was a Zombie Core and I couldn't hold down in a good light my people I want. Usually, there is more good in the world, but, I find a little too much evil.


Even the All Girls Schools at some point would have to put up Texas Football. It would be the money making mentality that Quiddoch, which is even more untraditional, shut out early on. 1/3 of my NHRA Today, Steve Evans, has been in Heaven for 16 Years, the NHRA retired McClelland after Greg Anderson, and Bob Frey retired on his own. I know I am tight to my heroes, but, they aren't all wanting to just play after retirement.


I am not in love with repression or  suppression. Ok, if it was Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin every Wrestlemania, it'd be gravy. But, we are so shallow we aren't allowed to go deep. J. Cole did the song, and everyone's too nice to do that dance.


And, in closing, ask us if we want to see certain infamous arts on our streets.


IndyMyIndy


Add Comment  | February 1, 2016
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2016 Week 4 Driver of the Year

1 Bryce Menzies SCORE 25 25


2 Dave Darland USAC 16 16


3 Andy Eckrich IMCA 14 55


4 Brittany Force NHRA 12 26


5 Scott Hogan IMCA 10 10


6 Allen Hopp IMCA 8 22


7 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 6 6


8 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 5 13


9 Harrison Burton K and N 4 8


10 Shane Stewart WOO 3 13


11 Justin Allgaier XFinity 2 30


12 Greger Huttu iRacing 1 16


After 4 of 40 Events


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 55 -


2 Justin Allgaier XFinity 30 25


3 Brittany Force NHRA 26 29


4 Bryce Menzies SCORE 25 30


5 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 25 30


6 Allen Hopp IMCA 22 33


7 McKenna Haase ASCS 18 37


8 Dave Darland USAC 16 39


9 Greger Huttu iRacing 16 39


10 Danny Lasoski ASCS 16 39


11 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 39


12 Jamie McMurray Sprint CUP 13 42


13 Shane Stewart WOO 13 42


14 Conor Daly IndyCar 12 43


15 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 43


16 Del Worsham NHRA 11 44


17 Scott Hogan IMCA 10 45


18 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 10 45


19 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 45


20 Harrison Burton K and N 8 47


21 Derrike Cope XFinity 8 47


22 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 6 49


23 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 49


24 Trevor Bayne Sprint Cup 6 49


25 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 5 50


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Terry McCarl ASCS 5 50


27 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 50


28 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 51


29 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 52


30 Ed Carpenter IndyCar 3 52


31 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 2 53


32 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 1 54


Add Comment  | January 30, 2016
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2016 Week 3 Driver of the Year

1 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 25 25


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 16 16


3 Allen Hopp IMCA 14 14


4 Conor Daly IndyCar 12 12


5 Shane Stewart WOO 10 10


6 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 8 8


7 Ben Rhodes Trucks 6 6


8 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 5 5


9 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 4


10 Justin Allgaier XFinity 3 28


11 Greger Huttu iRacing 2 15


12 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 1 3


After 3 of 40 Events


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 41 -


2 Justin Allgaier XFinity 28 13


3 Mark Ironside US Legend Cars 25 16


4 McKenna Haase ASCS 18 23


5 Danny Lasoski ASCS 16 25


6 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 25


7 Greger Huttu iRacing 15 26


8 Allen Hopp IMCA 14 27


9 Brittany Force NHRA 14 27


10 Conor Daly IndyCar 12 29


11 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 29


12 Del Worsham NHRA 11 30


13 Shane Stewart WOO 10 31


14 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 10 31


15 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 31


16 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 8 33


17 Derrike Cope XFinity 8 33


18 Ben Rhodes Trucks 6 35


19 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 35


20 Trevor Bayne Sprint Cup 6 35


21 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 5 36


22 Terry McCarl ASCS 5 36


23 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 36


24 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 37


25  Harrison Burton K and N 4 37


NOT CLASSIFIED


26 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 38


27  Ed Carpenter Indy Car 3 38


28 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 2 39


29 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 1 40


 


Add Comment  | January 23, 2016
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Gimmicks of the Day

I feel that Gimmicks have actually supplanted the tried and true. And, in our natalness , we aren't even trying to look good or OK! I don't think Chase, Jr. and Chase, III will sit well. The fact is they are resorting to taking ANYONE, and not minding to Careers that they are supposed to is irritating.


And, I'm thinking iRacing is encouraging more of reckless, video game caliber of racer, and I think the love and the respect of a career doing what its supposed to do has been long since forgotten. And, that is not even the worst part.


Using Oval Track Racing interchangably has its goods and bads, and I'd focus in on the bad first: The proper feeder roads and backroads to Indianapolis and Monaco are being mocked. And, it doesn't help that in the not so distant future, having to reinforce farm racing more so stateside in Open Wheel until a proper feeder is financed internationally.


I hate to use Not (Word Here) Enough like its good, but, if people where focused and wanted something different, they'd be happy vs. feeling some type of way. Even though I am not trying to be Mr. Wilson vs. Dennis The Menace, but, where is the professionalism and there are fields you can't turn pro in early.


Add Comment  | January 19, 2016
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5 Belt Nation

In my fight to see legitamacy, I think with "Collecting" Points being a trump that would unemploy the 1 Series Rule in NASCAR, the NHRA seeing a potential ECWian Rush on who's Pro, and it opening the box out of the Mello Yello Series, and those who match raced didn't always make it to the National Trail or didn't handle the National Event Trail well at all.


1. Trying to see Indy 500, Brickyard 400 , Night Before the 500 and US Nationals Collection of Winners.


Even though its IRP and IMS, but, I feel that this box has to be begging to be opened, and I'd like to see it be Indianapolis and who is winning the annual majors in Indianapolis.


2. Major Focus


This chestnut is in bad need of being dusted off, and winning every Major in the World, or Major City in the World for Motorsports and Media would be a spiritual coup and a Worldwide Great News Story, not just Sports or Motorsports.


3. Establishing a stronger open wheel presence in the Southeast (And Not Just Atlanta or Florida)


We've had CART-IRL, we have had Tony Hulman and I feel at least a Southeastern USAC or POWRi League at the least.


4. Supercross-Summer Motorcycle Doubles


We've had Supercross Blossom in the Last Generation, but, Summer Motorcycles hang steady at best, and usually, Supercross is not constructed to have a true elder statesman of the sport and I think either offering Women's Supercross or integrating the ranks still is an issue.


5. Having Paul Menard win every Midwest Big


I how he's won Michigan, IMS, Milwaukee Mile and Road America, but, I am wanting to see the legendary rapport be taken higher.


Add Comment  | January 18, 2016
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2016 Week 2 Driver of the Year

1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 25 25


2 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 16


3 Brittany Force NHRA 14 14


4 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 12


5 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 10 10


6 Derrike Cope XFinity 8 8


7 Trevor Bayne Sprint Cup 6 6


8 Terry McCarl ASCS 5 5


9 McKenna Haase ASCS 4 18


10 Del Worsham NHRA 3 3


11 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 2 2


12 Greger Huttu iRacing 1 13


After 2 of 40 Events


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 25 -


2 Justin Allgaier XFinity 25 -


3 McKenna Haase ASCS 18 7


4 Danny Lasoski ASCS 16 9


5 Jordan Weaver ASCS 16 9


6 Brittany Force NHRA 14 11


7 Greger Huttu iRacing 13 12


8 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 13


9 Del Worsham NHRA 11 14


10 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 10 15


11 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 15


12 Derrike Cope XFinity 8 17


13 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 19


14 Trevor Bayne Sprint Cup 6 19


15 Terry McCarl ASCS 5 20


16 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 20


17 Harrison Burton K and N 4 21


18 Ed Carpenter IndyCar 3 22


19 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 2 23


20 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 2 23


21 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 1 24


Add Comment  | January 16, 2016
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Reason after Reason for Season after Season

I always get irked at people who are bogus who have even more bogus followers like its the economy. People don't like to be jerked around once, let alone jilted over and over and over and over and again and again and again and again and oh yes, again. It feels like 3 Different Constructions like Parcells, Walsh and Ditka and I feel strongly about where is that level playing field or having different kinds of people in power, I can't get why the shopping sprees go down again after a 15 Year Oil Cold War and the oil workers don't have jobs and we won't get Oil and Coal Profits for another decade.


There has to be reason after reason for season after season , and it doesn't star a deplorably insecure attitude. And, I wonder if why the fakes are all around us and those of us who actually do work are harder to find.


I'm itchy to whiplash moves, too, but, it takes certain kind of people to do them.


And, not a lot comes fast enough for our liking and there's is a lot of things that just can't be busked or rushed.


If we busked something like Home Runs, the incentive would dry out and so would the milestone.


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2016 Week 1 Driver of the Year

Editor's Note: This is my long awaited Week 1 Driver of the Year, and my lead is for drivers to stay out of the media in a detrimental light. It's one thing if your Al Unser,Sr. or Don Garlits where you avoided certain places like the Tennis Stars avoided Austrailia, but, not for Substance Abuse, which is getting too out of control, freestyle and European, and actual arrests.


1 Justin Allgaier XFinity 25   -


2 Danny Lasoski ASCS 16 9


3 McKenna Haase ASCS 14 11


4 Greger Huttu iRacing 12 13


Editor's Note II: Greger Huttu's IRacing F1 Legend is so legendary its Schumacherian. I am not just impatiently waiting for the first Red, White, and Blue F1 Win in years, but, to add to the World Title Count and to do what Schumi did forever as a US National.


5 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 10 15


6 Del Worsham NHRA 8 17


7 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 19


8 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 5 20


9 Harrison Burton K and N 4 21


10 Ed Carpenter IndyCar 3 22


11 Chris Buescher Sprint Cup 2 23


12 Chase Elliott Sprint Cup 1 24


Editor's Note III: My Daytona 500 Procedural for Stock Car Bowl VIII will be up in a Month. In my past predictions, I've had 1st Time Winners before their 1st and 1st Time Winners before their 1st Even was. And My MO for this Daytona 500 Predictor is After All These Years, Record Busting O-fers, and 1st Time Winners.


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The Quest to the BGN Race

I am not trying to be a hater here, but, what about the Bisesquentiennal , or the BGN Race to July 4th,2026 . I don't think it is good to let a guy who'd be halfway to the Cedar Rapids  and there not a Major Pro Hockey Town to be All Star Vote Getter. That is not fair to Nashville and Middle Tennessee. And, the least Toronto should have #1 in Eastern Conference Voting or people will keep getting upset at the Reptars.


If we are going to get US International Athletes for our US Teams, the least they can offer is not embarass my ladies by trying to say that they remind them of their mom or embarass them by being a bigger flirt and those sponsors might be in a hurry to make moves. And, legal problems is a nonstarter and if they caused problems in Jerusalem, they'd cause problems in Iowa City.


And, we are not in 1980. Or 1992. If AI's Momma was criticial like some of the 76ers Dads are now, it'd be haywire all over the Northeast and Southeast. And even more unstable. We playing this "Not Guilty" Game for 1995 or 1996 for a Generation. The nuts part is your people don't always have you.


What I am struggling to say, is legitimacy vs. whackos or other characters that aren't legit.


Add Comment  | January 5, 2016
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The Mast of the Johnsons in the Quarter Mile

I think what else drives me bats this offseason, is the Mast of the Johnsons in the Quarter Mile has been down to Birmingham, Alabama's Steve Johnson, who is in his 30th Year in Pro Stock Motorcycle. Blaine, Minnesota's Originated Alan Johnson got burned because Al-Anabi jilted him, and also from that town, Kurt and Warren Johnson have been hard pressed to been found on the Quarter Mile and Memphis' Roy Johnson had a heart attack in 2013, right in the midst of Memphis' Allen Johnson's Back to Back tour and I was taken aback by his retirement.


I feel a barrier we have in these worlds is not being able to have fully financed sponsors, or having people who care to improve their lot, and not just have their hand in America. We can't do that forever, and, people get mad without any Return on Investment.


The sensitivity is what about people who can handle a bigger world? I don't want no High School All American who faces 10 Years or More in Prison, which is not good for anyone, never ever mind if it Stanford or the Ivy League. If UC Davis got an All American of that magnitude, Grandma a