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Not Holding People Down or Accountable is a Giant Fall Away

With so few folks being employed this Dad's Day, not holding People Down or Accountable is a Giant Fall Away. Also, its easy to get churned and burned over what to do and what not to do, but, I think when Problems become a little too regular, people tend to not just lpok, but run the other way.


We don't have the knowledge, wisdom, heroes, or money a lot of times. And , sadly, no budget usually is no excuse to just disappear or give license to lose it in the Public Over and Over and Over and Over and Again and Again and Again and Again and Again.


And as a society, accountability does not mean acting a fool due to no Dad or Uncle or Grandpa at Home. Even though Babies don't come with playbooks, but, people get suspicious when it gets too orchestrated.


I don't take kindly to tempertantrums on the Ground or Air, and the airlines need to think beyond Pan-Am for a change, even if you had to charter exclusively planes for College Football or NASCAR Fans without fear of unruly passengers really losing it over bankruptcy and divorce, or if it chops my or other coworkers profits to size.


The writing's on the wall for F1 as Ecclestone can't play chicken with the Sports Community, and if Ferrari had to cool their jets for a while, I think most teams would be in England for a while or at a GP and it could carve a 22 Race F1 Season to 16 for the rest of the decade.


Add Comment  | June 15, 2014
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Last Summer Never Ended

If someone has the acorns to attack a 24 Hour, On TV, Live 24 Hours of LeMans, I say GO FOR IT! Also, this little piggy is still hurt over SPEED's Death and worse, the King has his Last Summer in Knoxville. Does the Public want John Wes Townley to rise and shine?


To me, I am just as raw over scandal, unemployment, and a Rickshaw Social Rolls. I'd challenge Kasey Kahne to Own and Pilot his own IndyCar and World of Outlaws Car next Year!


Frankly, it is not even remotely healthy not to put the past in the past. If Iowa City caved to HBO's "Girls", it would have been a chilly start to a long and vicious fall.


The problem is dealing with people and not letting greed tow the car.


I feel that I expect expectations and titles and highlight reels and I really want to see a 1st Time Winner this Weekend as I can't stand the JJ lurking and I would frankly lose it if he won 7 to tie the King and Dale. I want to see 21st Century Racing Future rather than being saddled with loss after loss.


Add Comment  | June 14, 2014
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Did I Really Want to See Montreal Get Extended in F1?

Formula One is not even in a bad place. And to pile on the Open Wounds, Formula One Management, made in soft times, is out to circumvent the Concorde Agreement and the FIA. And, for who?


As much as Stock and Indy Car Fans are in lean seasons, but, the feasibilty has to go from Risk to Riskier to Riskiest. I don't want to deal with folks who are on "Fantasy Island".


Jay Leno's 2nd Tonight Run ended, but, F1's severe lack of judgment is not funny. I've even had to get my Dad Going on a Legit Ford-Ferrari War, not a Play One like 1995. The Good Thing is, the Manziel may Go, but not of his own choice, but, the Bad Thing is. as much as I like Highlight Reel Races and Plays, but, we are still churned and burned on the Power Trip on Acid and Steroids.


I feel Peer Pressure is a bad,bad,bad idea. And to add it all up, where's the Love for Buffalo or St. Louis? Okay, does the Atlanta Falcons need to have their Whole Training Camp at Aplington-Parkersburg or did I really want to hear no Coe Kid cared about the Bills? We all got to make money, and an unhealthy misuse of fear does not add anything. I think trying to make things easier is going for the fan,by the fan, with the fan and made by the fan so that it is all out in the open, not TMZ and as much as I would fallacize, but, nobody made Fantasy Football into a Hall of Fame Wing in Canton.


Add Comment  | June 7, 2014
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Start and Parks don't deserve to be confused with True Independents

I feel mad and livid that Josh Wise was assisted by a raftline of troublemakers on the Internet. I still won't mute why Austin Dillon was robbed over an All Star Even At Large, but, I won't think of Josh Wise of the same way ever again. And, I think Kyle Busch "doing the right thing" is equally as hogwash as riding off on his gotdang Power Wheels and going from Dallas to Charlotte and letting Junior steal your spot.


Meanwhile, it would fit in with telling Mike Helton "Sportsman and Woman Ship is for the Kids" after his JERK move with Ron Hornaday that would have been all over the news news had not a Vampire State crossed paths with Midnight.


To me, I will never support any racer who's unemployed or suspended over the illicit substances. I don't forgive or forget, either and I feel livid if you leave a state held down in an Arrested Development all because they should have known they got what they paid for and some they didn't want and Postseason Pigskin is too sweet instead of your state needing you at the worst time in History.


If I was the only Guy who hired Kelly Bires when no one else cared, I'd care,too when my One Chance to Win becomes a One Win and I'd still want more victories. But, in the Jayski Sad News, I see more and more "Who's That Guy/Girl" and they had a hand in Classic/Modern NASCAR History. I wish more fans had principle than investments in Stocks or Drivers who never did it at all.


Add Comment  | June 5, 2014
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USAC Win Board 06-04-2014

Editor's Note: This is the 2014 USAC National Winners and I ID Winners based on actual chronological order and the Number Assignment vs. IndyCar later this year. Even though I haven't done a whole wad of Stat Blogs this year compared to past years, bear w/me.


1 20-Bryan Clauson 02202014


2 69-Brady Bacon    02222014


3 40-Justin Grant    04052014


4 63-Kody Swanson 04062014


5 97-Rico Abreu    04112014


6 71-Dave Darland  04192014


7 44-Tracy Hines 04252014


8 03-Daryn Clayton 04262014


9 02-Hunter Schurenberg 05032014


10 57-Christopher Bell 05102014


11 23-Chase Stockton 06032014


And, vs. IndyCar, I will formally stop the Win Board when it comes to 16 Different National Winners.


Add Comment  | June 4, 2014
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AutoWeek's Editioral Position on Dover Downs was a telltale sign that Dover shouldn't be in Cup Anymore

There has been 1 Other Time I can recall AutoWeek having to take the editorial High Road about a Track's Future and that was Sanneair Years Ago. But, I think Dover had fell off course when Christopher Pook tried to rah rah Long Beach over Dover and that nearly ended Long Beach, CART and Dover Downs prematurely.


I doubt, too, that Pocono should not be in Cup or IndyCar due to a myriad of Security Issues. I doubt it is funny and I doubt The First State has any defense to keep One or Both Sprint Cup Weekends.


I'm sorry, Concrete Popping Up speaks louder over Dover's Future. I think what isn't so sweet is there's no way to repair the Monster Mile long term with the empty volume of people and the Gambling Industry being overdone from Coast to Coast.


Obviously, the disrepute can't be fixed and Nashville Superspeedway's Sale makes me wonder, that later on, I would have a New Tennessee State Fairgrounds to start a New Stock Car Short Track and I don't want Funny Money or the continued changes in ownership like Texas World to start all over again and I think Sprint Cup Points Races next year are going to be 34 or 35 Points Races with No Sprint Unlimited or All Star Race.


Add Comment  | June 4, 2014
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Was that the Real Last Time that NASCAR will be at Dover Downs?

I hate to blow the lid off Nashville Superspeedway's Sale and Dover Downs International Speedway's last ever NASCAR Activities, but, it is. I am still sore and mad that Chris Pook threw his wrench at the once proud Dover Downs International Speedway.


If Weekend 1 of the Chase was at Richmond and Atlanta became the highest profile Labor Day Stakes Race in 11 Years, so be it. I don't expect to become a song and dance man, but, Gambling has became thinned out over the Coast to Coast Cas Grab.


Speaking of 2015, I think that I would offer these Weekends off: The Weekend after the Daytona 500, Easter, Mother's Day, Red,White, and Blue Weekend and Halloween Weekend. I know it is still time away from actual Dirt Tracks on the Cup Tour and I think I would offer Talladega or Charlotte as the Season Finale in lieu of Miami.


Also, I want to see the Advent of Wednesday Night Racing Next Summer and the deletion of the Sprint "Did it Really Need to be" Unlimited and the No Star Race. Duh, the writing is so on the wall and no. I doubt its Concrete is worth saving.


Add Comment  | June 1, 2014
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Who Doesn't Want Nashville Superspeedway?

I hate to say this. but, who doesn't want Nashville Superspeedway. This is not a sales pitch and I feel passionately about the Kentucky - Tennessee Short Track Scene to be brought back to life. I feel having a New Tennessee State Fairgrounds might be a better nudge for the Sprint Cup and IndyCar to come back to town again.


It is not Milwaukee and had the Nashville Sounds came up sooner, it would have been a rose of a park. But no, I think the dum-dums who'd rank Nurburbring up have some color of ruse and I don't mean Green. With Nurbbring, it is like some of my Golf Courses back home and changing the Sounders Home Field meant not having a Better than Friday Night Texas High School Football Game in your neighborhood.


Nashville is only Nashville with Short Tracks and Country Music, not the Hollywood-Quad City- Seattle Alternative-Nashville Country Acid Trip. The 2nd Generation of Titans will want their Super Bowl Trophy in Tennessee's Coliseum and Deep is not Deep Enough and it ain't no Indy.


Don't bank on the Nashville-Davidson County Community or the Lonesome Pines to bring Cup, and I feel more passionate about Nashville Stock Car Short Track USA then some of the locals, and I think it is a social debt and a fiscal one to return its Late Model Parts to its cultural,social, and fiscal profitiability and appreciation rather than having to have Nashville be saved as the last shot that doesn't always ever happen or happens at all, at best and worst.


Add Comment  | May 30, 2014
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Do We Really Need A Sprint All Star Race or All Star Race Weekend

I hate to ready,aim,fire like my name was Mali Music, but, do we really need a Sprint All Star Race or Sprint All Star Race Weekend? I prefer Reddit and the troublemakers of the Internet left us Race Fans Alone as Josh Wise has not committed to a NASCAR Program since 2007. And, if Michael McDowell was the At Large, it couldn't be any more At-Large than some idiot who played for the Iowa Cubs who got promoted to the Chicago Cubs and was the 26th Man for the NL.


And,hopefully, on an unrelated note, I will bring you stats like I have in the coming future. Obviously,I am impatiently waiting for Summer like the Rest of the World while the Cold has made me decidely neutrotic and Minnesotan as some of our decisions rival Illinois or New York or Minnesota or Missouri.


Please,child,please, I am not amused with Fox Sports 1's Abandonment of the Racing Community and I would be tickled pink if NBC Sports started at SpeedWeeks next Winter. I don't like Mother's Day Racing as much as the rest of the Western World hates Warm Beer and Bad Whiskey, and too, for Television, empty and wasted Track Time that serves near no purpose or recourse. Even the Super Late Models are coming back from the dead and that is true.


Add Comment  | May 24, 2014
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I'd prefer Petty be Ferrari instead of Toyota

I hate to throw jest at a serious vibe, but, Richard Petty has been schooled and fooled by his present landlards more than he'd like to admit. And, in this topsy turvy lost decade, Toyota won't make Petty better. If Petty drove Ferraris and one was Petty Blue and the other was Ferrari Red, so be it. But, IndyMyIndy sees a bad deal from a mile away.


I think some of Josh Wise's fans would earn suspicion vs. respect. Respect would have been someone who was Nationally or Regionally Known. But, this smacks upside the head of the New Orleans Saints winning Super Bowl XLIV.


Respect IS NOT Limp Riding Houston lower than adopted like Drake did! I think regular everyday East Texans would take offense to that spiel and being great is not Lil Wayne, but Great like Hov and even he has issues. I think if Kurt Busch where to try the Indy 500 again, he'd have to be regular.


Do they teach Home at Home where it belongs anymore? Or does Peer Pressure yank the further review? To me, even though PJ and Davy Jones tried the Indy-Charlotte 1100 with no success, but, I think Charlotte might have to push angry for the longest Saturday Night of the Year.


Add Comment  | May 20, 2014
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Enough With The Fan Votes!

I hate to pile on the neverending hit parade, but ENOUGH with the Fan Votes! If this plan doesn't go through after the All Star Race, I am more than happy to end the All Star Race and let it go for another time and place where it can legitamately appreciate! I have a valuable question, nobody else in Motorsports remotely does any All Star Race, right?


Since I've called it the All Star Race to make up for the loss of Winston, I've been everything with trying to be patient, trying to rejig the racing and trying not to feed the fluff, but, how much is too much?


Fox Sports 1 don't have SPEED's Soul and TNN did the race better, but, if Fox Sports is found out, I'd legitmately want to start NBC Sports' 2nd NASCAR Era next Winter. We don't always aprreciate when folks are fed up, but, when folks reject the charity carrot, than it has to end.


A neverending Howard Stern like train of Internet Plugs or Sales don't help fans, If there is No Gold, there is no Excuses and I doubt the Swan Racing canary has made anyone happy and I think for fans to have allegiences, they have to have drivers to root for.


Add Comment  | May 14, 2014
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Results or Consequences

I do think Results are the fact is your consisent if you won 73 NBA Games and the NBA Finals Trophy or 8 Wins and not even a #1 Pick. I hate seeing the predictable and that's why they are the defending champions and like it or not , drives me angry.


What I don't find amusing is the perks and privileges and fringe and french benefits of ownership are owned by some bad eggs. With Un and Underemployment being a pandemic, and I am daring to say the truth, but, what about the 5,8 or 10 Year Old Consequences instead of running the house out of fear and the intent of keeping people in line, even in the wrong?


Favors only work so many times and people, like it or not, remember when loans where not repaid or they where walked over like they where too nice and certain folks fall for being sympatico/sympatica? I think the only road to College Anything is be Top 25,40 or 50 in your High School and Post-Grad chooses you like Med School.


Frankly, if people don't even want to try to do work in a man-made deadline, what helps them when the chips are down? I find nothing amusing or wonderful with Internetherworlds that have nothing to do with Shopping Sites that started in 1999 and Ended in 2000.


Add Comment  | April 27, 2014
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Week 12 Driver of the Year

1 Christopher Bell USAC 25 211


2 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 16 114


3 Andy Eckrich IMCA 14 27


4 Jeff Burton Sprint Cup 12 12


5 Bubba Pollard SSS 10 16


6 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 8 9


7 Mason Mingus Trucks 6 6


8 Ty Dillon Nwide 5 10


9 Mike Nichols IMCA 4 12


10 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 3 15


11 Justin Brayton AMASX 2 16


12 Brian Harris IMCA 1 13


After 12 of 40 Events


1 Christopher Bell USAC 211    -


1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 114 97


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 71 140


4 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 38 173


5 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 37 174


6 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 32 179


7 Andy Eckrich IMCA 27 184


8 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 25 186


9 Jake Strayer ASCS 25 186


10 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 25 186


11 Travis Cope Whelen AA 22 189


12 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 20 191


13 Reid Wilson Pro Cup 19 192


14 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 18 193


15 Johnathan Davenport Lucas Oil 16 195


16 Daniel Suarez Whelen AA 16 195


17 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 16 195


18 Carlos Munoz IICS 16 195


19 Johnnt Herrera ASCS 16 195


20 Bubba Pollard SSS 16 195


21 Justin Brayton AMASX 16 195 I


22 Fabian Coulthard Aus V8 15 196


23 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 15 196


24 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 14 197


25 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 197


 


26 Ryan Gifford K and N 14 197


27 Kenny Wallace Nwide 14 197


28 Bryan Clauson USAC 14 197


29 Simon Pagenaud IICS 14 197


30 Rick Beebe USMTS 14 197


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31 Bruno Spengler DTM 14 197 A


32 Brian Harris IMCA 13 198


33 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 199


34 Jeb Burton Trucks 12 199


35 Joao Barbosa USCR 12 199


36 Mike Wallace Nwide 12 199


37 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 199


38 Steve Kinser WOO 12 199


39 Tony Kanaan IICS 12 199


40 Jeff Burton Sprint Cup 12 199


41 Mike Nichols IMCA 12 199


42 Alexis DeJoria NHRA 11 200


43 Rich Clouser Whelen AA 10 201


44 Jarrod Schneiderman ASCS 10 201


45 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 10 201


46 Ty Dillon Nwide 10 201


47 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 9 202


48 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 9 202


49 Elliott Sadler Nwide 8 203


50 Royal Jones ASCS 8 203


51 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA 8 203


52 Tommy Johnson,Jr. NHRA 8 203


53 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 8 203


54 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 7 204


55 .C.E. Falk III Whelen AA 7 205


56 Tasker Phillips ASCS 6 206


57 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 6 205


58 Paige Decker Whelen AA 6 205


59 Sammy Swindell WOO 6 205


60 Mason Mingus Trucks 6 205


61 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 206


62 Chase Elliott Nwide 5 206


63 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 5 206


64 John Carney II ASCS 5 206


65 Matt Covington ASCS 5 206


66 Justin Wilson IICS 5 206


67 Jason Johnson ASCS 5 206


68 Del Worsham NHRA 5 206


69 Fernando Alonso F1 5 206


70 Ryan Gustin USMTS 4 207


71 Antron Browm NHRA 4 207


72 Brian Ickler Trucks 4 207


73 Darren Hagen USAC 4 207


74 Ryan Newman Sprint Cup 4 207


75 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 4 207


76 Jacques Villeneuve Global Rallycross 4 207


77 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 207


78 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 3 208


79 Regan Smith Nwide 3 208


80 Scott Pruett USCR 2 209


81 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 210


82 James Buescher Nwide 1 210


83 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 1 210


Add Comment  | April 25, 2014
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Some Names Are Bad News and Bad Luck

Humpty Dumpty is NOT a Rich Man! In my hearts eye, does Forrest Lucas really want to have never ending restarts of Once Vibrant, Now Long Forgotten Racing Cultures? To me, if your going to do Aliyah Song, do be a role model to kids, not a con who steals air time. To me, I would have demoted the HBCUs to Division III as a bid and have the Ivys do Athletic Scholarships as a bid to cool that silly rhetroic over College Sports.


People get what they pay for, and like it or not, people aren't always happy. I would have gone Rich vs. Wealthy, and Paper vs. Stone and sadly, we settle for whats first like we are always on Facebook vs. The Internet. If I rose, I'd remember who fell off and how they fell off like it happened yesterday and I'm scared Jameis and A-Rod have their freedom and any other 0.0 Milhousian, even with the best lawyers money could buy would had to put a solid 25 up.


There is no real pride in representing your town,school, school district, family, college, team, company or anything like that no more. There is a 1 to 1 Rate of those who got School, Team and Work and who really ain't got nothing and don't want to be no "teammate". I think the public speaks louder than vuvuzuelas and somewhere, I'm sure having a neverending raft of Transfers vs. Freshmen and Women would end a team's  NCAA Tournament Bid.


Add Comment  | April 23, 2014
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How About Sprint Cup in Iowa City,IA?

I, IndyMyIndy would be the league leader in daring, and to add to the thrill of at least trying to make Iowa City Safe For Work , why not Sprint Cup in Iowa City,IA? I think there has to be a challenge of reconnecting a happening to the rest of real reality and I don't need Criteriums or Cheeseball 5Ks.


Why not challenge IndyCar against Sprint Cup and I feel it would be for the National Championship of Auto Racing? And, I am thinking, why not throw in a real life 33rd Racer who is really does doing it in Open Wheel or Stock Car Auto Racing?


I would like to see more of a fervor of Local Pride vs. Flavor and if the letters B,C, and S are American History, why not draw a real 40000 vs. 400? I think also, for a undercard, Indy Lights vs. Grand National and Lucas Oil vs. AMASX?


I wonder why Johnson County has to always be the oddball and not do a Country or Racing Fair? Even though the practiality has to be 0.0 like a Punk Kids GPA, but, it is a chance worth taking in the name of Old Capital's Sanity and Soul.


Add Comment  | April 21, 2014
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The Bank Robbers Never Outsmart The Cops

I hate to start on a Benny Parsonsism, but, the truth is, the bank robber NEVER outsmarts the cops. In reality, the fact an American won the Boston Marathon for the first time since 1983 and it happened on my real workday makes it unlikely as the Rams Super Bowl in 2000 and NIU over Maryland in 2003. Depending on my mood, either I've never lost my trust or, in the Black Widower Bart Simpson, never lost my mistrust.


I know some of our senators are getting tough on those who pick on Public Trust, Women, and Children. I feel that a "No Trash Passing" Law is severely beyond overdue and I think with Student Athletes, what makes transferring from Iowa to Montana okay that Iowa to Alabama not? If such moves happen, that repels the True "Welcome Freshmen" from their future. I don't want to be on the soapbox, but, if anyone desecrates public trust, I wish the law was set for Capital Punishment so that us taxpayers aren't held to the payoff.


I am a religious believer in Role Models for Children. If so and so burnt up early, that's on our Younger 20 Somethings and more likely, our Middle Schoolers. And no, I am not a "Do What I Say, Not What I Do" Guy as Cedar Rapids is falling and I am scared for our Shopping Economy with No Westdale Mall from this Morning Forward. What I think is a deeper and darker SMU is in hand.


Add Comment  | April 21, 2014
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All in the Presentation

I think Haas' F1 Bid is going to be fanish because it is all in the presentation. If you put an F1 Team in Richmond,VA or New York City, the vitirol toward F1 would be muted, but, you'd be closer to most European venues. And, too, with F1 not being loved in this country would only be worse and people would have more reason to stay away in droves than what they already do now.


Frankly, my ideas on this are neurotic at best to bat guano at worst. I think Circut of the Americas will be cut at the tailend of their 5 Year Contract and Montreal won't make it past 2014. Would a Springfield,IL or Cedar Rapids Indy Car or Sprint Cup Team with all local parts would not be supported at first, but, jobs rather than noise are needed.


It is a Homer Simpson Plan, being thought through out the door , which is the wonder and the beauty of it and once your on your own, everything else flies away with it. I think another place in the Southeast besides Charlotte should be home to a Cup Team vs. Denver,CO and personally, what is our 2039 Legacy? Go Pro or Go To Work.


And lastly, I wonder, if Gene Haas spends mad money and their 29th and 30th, folks would be crying foul.


Add Comment  | April 20, 2014
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The Denver Omelet of Swan Racing

Some ideas deservedly deserve to be quacked, or cracked with good reason. I think with the rapidly degenerating affairs of Swan Racing and Cole Whitt deserved preference but Parker Kligerman didn't is all goofy as Parker Kligerman, even though he has not won a NASCAR Stock Car Victory, even though he won in ARCA and Trucks, is the fall guy and for no good apparent reason.


1. Let's not prepackage Sponsors with Owners or Drivers.


It is convenient to package Sponsors with Drivers. But, if the Checkbook Racer has a fallout with His/Her Sponsors or they won't renew, they are out of a slot. Worse, if you package Owners with Sponsors and I'm sure there had to be a fallout along the way, that is worse.


2. The more owners, the more trouble is ensuing.


If we where to sing "The More I Get Together (The Happier Will Be)" , 1 Person carries the credit card and everyone else carries cash and there are no bailouts. But, agendas run deep and they can break.


3. I don't want to state the obvious...


But, it has reprecussions for Swan Energy and it has not burned through the wire, namely could force the Oklahoma Thunder to relocate and the Sonics to return to the NBA as True Expansion and Oklahoma to pay up for True Expansion again. Also, the Northerners and Westerners would go back North and West because of the cowboying toward the future and I want to see real work, not real lies.


Add Comment  | April 18, 2014
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Thinking Outside The Box in Short Track USA

As much as I am loving the big leagues, but, I would like to see more Outside the Box Thinking in Short Track USA. I would like to see more Minority Influence in a big way, and too, have Minority Women Race,too. There is another side of diversity, and I am not wanting to be a permenant Public Service Announcement.


But, I would like to see Tony Kanaan Nights or Austin Dillon Nights even up here in Eastern Iowa. I would love to se Smoke keep his "Prelude to the Dream" or will it permenantly be cancelled faster than you can say Burke Lakefront Airport?


There are still are people who prefer Hard Copies vs. mp3s or Print Outs because it would be difficult to police fraud and as late as 2 or 3 Years Ago, I would have thought the only printing would have been in Paper Form.


Even though I've made it my 2014 Motto to take money like it was my own relative, but, in real life, I wonder would we take our relatives everywhere we go, and would that be necessary? And I wonder if ethics is thorny as we are quicker to go to Yelp! vs. turn a deadbeat College Football Program in for Slush Funds? I think having a "Hard Knocks" or "Winter Classic 24-7" would be viewed as a detriment, even for HBO? And I would love to keep spinning the color wheel, not ruining it.


Add Comment  | April 16, 2014
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Week 11 Driver of the Year

1 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 25 25


2 Johnny Herrera ASCS 16 16


3 Rick Beebe USMTS 14 14


4 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 12 98


5 Christopher Bell USAC 10 186


6 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 8 37


7 Alexis DeJoria NHRA 6 11


8 Fabian Coulthard Aus V8 5 15


9 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 4


10 Regan Smith Nwide 3 3


11 Bruno Spengler DTM 2 14


12 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 1 1


Week 11 Driver of the Year Standings


1 Christopher Bell USAC 186 -


1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 98 88


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 71 115


4 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 38 148


5 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 37 149


6 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 32 154


7 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 25 161


8 Jake Strayer ASCS  25 161


9 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 25 161


10 Travis Cope Whelen AA 22 164


11 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 20 166


12 Reid Wilson Pro Cup 19 167


13 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 18 168


14 Johnathan Davenport Lucas Oil 16 170


15 Daniel Suarez Whelen AA 16 170


16 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 16 170


17 Carlos Munoz IICS 16 170


18 Johnny Herrera ASCS 16 170


19 Fabian Coulthard Aus V8 15 171


20 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 14 172


21 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 172


22 Ryan Gifford K and N 14 172


23 Kenny Wallace Nwide 14 172


24 Bryan Clauson USAC 14 172


25 Simon Pagenaud IICS 14 172


 


26 Justin Brayton AMASX 14 172 I


27 Rick Beebe USMTS 14 172


28 Bruno Spengler DTM 14 172


29 Andy Eckrich IMCA 13 173


30 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 174


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31 Jeb Burton Trucks 12 174 A


32 Joao Barbosa USCR 12 174


33 Mike Wallace Nwide 12 174


34 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 174


35 Steve Kinser WOO 12 174


36 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 12 174


37 Brian Harris IMCA 12 174


38 Tony Kanaan IICS 12 174


39 Alexis DeJoria NHRA 11 175


40 Rich Clouser Whelen AA 10 176


41 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 10 176


42 Jarrod Schneiderman ASCS 10 176


43 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 9 177


44 Tommy Johnson,Jr. NHRA 8 178


45 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 8 178


46 Elliott Sadler Nwide 8 178


47 Royal Jones ASCS 8 178


48 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA 8 178


49 Mike Nichols IMCA 8 178


50 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 7 179


51 .C.E. Falk III Whelen AA 7 179


52 Tasker Phillips ASCS 6 180


53 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 6 180


54 Paige Decker Whelen AA 6 180


55 Sammy Swindell WOO 6 180


56 Bubba Pollard SSS 6 180


57 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 181


58 Chase Elliott Nwide 5 181


59 Ty Dillon Nwide 5 181


60 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 5 181


61 John Carney II ASCS 5 181


62 Matt Covington ASCS 5 181


63 Justin Wilson IICS 5 181


64 Jason Johnson ASCS 5 181


65 Del Worsham NHRA 5 181


66 Fernando Alonso F1 5 181


67 Ryan Gustin USMTS 4 182


68 Antron Brown NHRA 4 182


69 Brian Ickler Trucks 4 182


70 Darren Hagen USAC 4 182


71 Ryan Newman Sprint Cup 4 182


72 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 4 182


73 Jacques Villeneuve Global Rallycross 4 182


74 Jeg Coughlin,Jr. NHRA 4 182


75 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 3 183


76 Regan Smith Nwide 3 183


77 Scott Pruett USCR 2 184


78 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 185


79 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 1 185


80 James Buescher Nwide 1 185


81 Dale Earnhardt,Jr, Sprint Cup 1 185


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Stock Car Bowl VI Stat Board After Martinsville Pit Crew Competition

26-Cole Whitt (R)   4-0  80 4-0 115


42-Kyle Larson (R) 3-1 60 4-2 147


34-David Ragan      2-1 40 6-3 129


 7-Michael Annett (R) 2-1 40 5-2 172


 3-Austin Dillon (R)   1-1 20 8-2 297


20-Matt Kenseth      1-1 20 2-2  40


83-Ryan Truex (R)  1-1 20 5-1 164


 2-Brad Keselowski 1-1 20 1-3 25


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 0-1 0 2-3 61


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 0-1 0 3-3 75


35-Eric McClure 0-1 0 2-2 66


18-Kyle Busch 0-1 0 0-2 0


 1-Jamie McMurray 0-1 0 0-2 0


99-Carl Edwards 0-1 0 0-2 0


98-Josh Wise 0-1 0 0-1 29


15-Clint Bowyer 0-1 0 0-1 28


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1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter

1 Christopher Bell USAC 25 166


2 Carlos Munoz IICS     16  16


3 Simon Pagenaud IICS 14 14


4 Bruno Spengler DTM 12 12


5 Fabian Coulthard Aus V8 10 10


6 Tony Kanaan IICS 8 12


7 Bubba Pollard SSS 6 6


8 Fernando Alonso F1 5 5


9 Justin Brayton AMASX 4 14


10 Reid Wilson Pro Cup 3  19


11 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 2 67


12 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 1 80


1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


1 Christopher Bell USAC 166 + 10 =176


2 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 80+6=86


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 67+4=71


4 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 35+3=38


5 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 30+2=32


6 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 28+1=29


 


1 Christopher Bell USAC 176  -


1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 86 90


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 71 105


4 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 38 138


5 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 32 144


6 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 29 147


7 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 25 151


8 Jake Strayer ASCS 25 151


9 Travis Cope Whelen AA 22 154


10 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 20 157


11 Reid Wilson Pro Cup 19 158


12 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 18 159


13 Johnathan Davenport Lucas Oil 16 161


14 Daniel Suarez Whelen AA 16 161


15 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 16 161


16 Carlos Munoz IICS 16 161


17 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 14 163


18 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 163


19 Ryan Gifford K and N 14 163


20 Kenny Wallace Nwide 14 163


21 Bryan Clauson USAC 14 163


22 Simon Pagenaud IICS 14 163


23 Justin Brayton AMASX 14 163


24 Andy Eckrich IMCA 13 164


25 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 165


 


26 Jeb Burton Trucks 12 165


27 Joao Barbosa USCR 12 165


28 Mike Wallace Nwide 12 165


29 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 165


30 Steve Kinser WOO 12 165


NOT RANKED


31 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 12 165


32 Brian Harris IMCA 12 165


33 Bruno Spengler DTM 12 165


34 Tony Kanaan IICS 12 165


35 Rich Clouser Whelen AA 10 167


36 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 10 167


37 Jarrod Schneiderman ASCS 10 167


38 Fabian Coulthard Aus V8 10 167


39 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 9 168


40 Tommy Johnson,Jr. NHRA 8 169


41 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 8 169


42 Elliott Sadler Nwide 8 169


43 Royal Jones ASCS 8 169


44 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA 8 169


45 Mike Nichols IMCA 8 169


46 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 7 170


47 .C.E. Falk III Whelen AA 7 170


48 Tasker Phillips ASCS 6 171


49 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 6 171


50 Paige Decker Whelen AA 6 171


51 Sammy Swindell WOO 6 171


52 Bubba Pollard SSS 6 171


53 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 172


54 Chase Elliott Nwide 5 172


55 Ty Dillon Nwide 5 172


56 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 5 172


57 John Carney II ASCS 5 172


58 Matt Covington ASCS 5 172


59 Justin Wilson IICS 5 172


60 Jason Johnson ASCS 5 172


61 Del Worsham NHRA 5 172


62 Alexis DeJoria NHRA 5 172


63 Fernando Alonso F1 5 172


64 Ryan Gustin USMTS 4 173


65 Antron Brown NHRA 4 173


66 Brian Ickler Trucks 4 173


67 Darren Hagen USAC 4 173


68 Ryan Newman Sprint Cup 4 173


69 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 4 173


70 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 3 174


71 Scott Pruett USCR 2 175


72 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 176


73 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 1 176


74 James Buescher Nwide 1 176


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I'd like to see Knoxville Raceway in IndyCar

Even though this day is April Fools, I don't feel like joking. But, instead, I would like to see Knoxville Raceway in IndyCar as the advent of the 2 Week Knoxville Nationals Season and an NFL Sized Hold on the Network TV Ratings. I would like to include Indy Lights and Formula E's US Stops be Knoxville, Bristol, Martinsville, Indianapolis, Charlotte, and Mesquite because we can contribute Dirt Tracks to Formula E or Formula One.


I want to see more different racers in IndyCar and not just some no-nothing who's only reason why someone is not unemployed and back at home again in Indiana is a cultural obscenity of $ponsor Dollar$. I'd like to see the Knoxville Nationals LIVE on Network TV from 305 to 410 and trust me, can't we all do better?


TNN is not coming back, and every Sports/Motorsports Network I always compare to TNN. (True Story)


And for editoral's sake, in by 10, won by 4 and American History by 8 or 9. And, for fun, I would like to see the Nationals acquire the 30 Lap Flatfooter Nationals. I would like to see IndyCar do Dirt Racing and for fun, why not Nationwide vs. Indy Lights? If Indy Lights had more than 10 Racers, I'd be trained to go faster than you can say Waka Flocka Flame.


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Stock Car Bowl VI Pit Crew Competition Martinsville

1st Round


 8 42-Kyle Larson (R) over 9 35-Eric McClure


 7 7-Michael Annett (R) over 10 18-Kyle Busch


11 26-Cole Whitt (R) over 6 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


12 2-Brad Keselowski over 5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


 4 34-David Ragan over 13 1-Jamie McMurray


3 20-Matt Kenseth over 14 99-Carl Edwards


2 83-Ryan Truex (R) over 15 98-Josh Wise


 1 3-Austin Dillon (R) over 16 15-Clint Bowyer


2nd Round


11 26-Cole Whitt (R) over 3 20-Matt Kenseth


 7  7-Michael Annett (R) over 2 83-Ryan Truex (R)


 4 34-David Ragan over 12 2-Brad Keselowski


 8 42-Kyle Larson (R) over 1 3-Austin Dillon (R)


Semifinals


11 26-Cole Whitt (R) over 7 7-Michael Annett (R)


 8 42-Kyle Larson (R) over 4 34-David Ragan


Finals


 11 26-Cole Whitt (R) over 8 42-Kyle Larson (R)


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Week 9 Driver of the Year

1 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 25 79


2 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 16 16


3 Christopher Bell USAC 14 141


4 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 12 65


5 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 10 35


6 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 8 18


7 Brian Harris IMCA 6 12


8 Alexis DeJoria NHRA 5 5


9 Jacques Villeneuve Global Rallycross 4 4


10 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 3 28


11 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 2 20


12 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 1 4


After 9 of 40 Events


1 Christopher Bell USAC 141  -


2 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 79 72


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 65 86


4 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 35 116


5 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 30 121


6 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 28 123


7 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 25 126


8 Jake Strayer ASCS 25 126


9 Travis Cope Whelen AA 22 129


10 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 20 131


11 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 18 133


12 Johnathan Davenport Lucas Oil 16 135


13 Ryan Suarez Whelen AA 16 135


14 Reid Wilson Pro Cup 16 135


15 Michael Waltrip Sprint Cup 16 135


16 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 14 137


17 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 137


18 Ryan Gifford K and N 14 137


19 Kenny Wallace Nwide 14 137


20 Bryan Clauson USAC 14 137


21 Andy Eckrich IMCA 13 138


22 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 139


23 Jeb Burton Trucks 12 139


24 Joao Barbosa USCR 12 139


25 Mike Wallace Nwide 12 139


 


26 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 139


27 Steve Kinser WOO 12 139


28 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 12 139


29 Brian Harris IMCA 12 139


30 Rich Clouser Whelen AA 10 141


NOT RANKED


31 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 10 141


32 Justin Brayton AMASX 10 141


33 Jarrod Scheniderman ASCS 10 141


34 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 9 142


35 Tommy Johnson,Jr. NHRA 8 143


36 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 8 142


37 Elliott Sadler Nwide 8 143


38 Royal Jones ASCS 8 143


39 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA 8 143


40 Mike Nichola IMCA 8 143


41 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 7 144


42 .C.E. Falk III Whelen AA 7 144


43 Tasker Phillips ASCS 6 145


44 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 6 145


45 Paige Decker Whelen AA 6 145


46 Sammy Swindell WOO 6 145


47 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 146


48 Chase Elliott Nwide 5 146


49 Ty Dillon Nwide 5 146


50 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 5 146


51 John Carney II ASCS 5 146


52 Matt Covington ASCS 5 146


53 Justin Wilson IICS 5 146


54 Jason Johnson ASCS 5 146


55 Del Worsham NHRA 5 146


56 Alexis DeJoria NHRA 5 146


57 Ryan Gustin USMTS 4 147


58 Antron Brown NHRA 4 147


59 Tony Kanaan IICS 4 147


60 Brian Ickler Trucks 4 147


61 Darren Hagen USAC 4 147


62 Ryan Newman Sprint CUp 4 147


63 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 4 147


64 Jacques Villeneuve Global Rallycross 4 147


65 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 3 148


66 Scott Pruett USCR 2 149


67 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 150


68 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 1 150


69 James Buescher Nwide 1 150


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Open Wheel Win Boards : USAC and IndyCar 3-30-2014

Here is IndyMyIndy's USAC and IndyCar Win Boards and for the newly renamed Verizon IndyCar Series, which is a real life saver from IZOD's Early Departure from a contract with 2 Years to Go.


What stands out is the fact that with USAC, I will count winners on chronology, but, IndyCar , I will count on Wins.


Indianapolis will be Race and Pole Predictions for both the Grand Prix and the 98th Indianapolis 500, AND for the Indianapolis 500,ONLY, I will predict who starts 33rd and who actually qualifies 33rd for "The Greatest Spectactacle in Racing".


And now, here are my 2014 Winners as National Competitition will pick up in earnest Next Weekend.


1 69-Brady Bacon 2-20-2014


2 20-Bryan Clauson 2-22-2015


And, here is the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series Win Board


1 12-Will Power 1


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The Repairs of Spring for IndyCar: Sam Hornish,Jr. and Cleveland

Since every year since IndyCar has became a single National Championship, the two chief discussion points is Sam Hornish,Jr. and Returning to Cleveland. Sam Hornish,Jr. should be in IndyCar end of story. He'd need to be associated with a Full Time, First Division Ride. There is not another better way around it.


And, as much as we are in love with Cleveland coming back, I would be happy to see Burke Lakefront Airport be redone as a Permenant Road Course. Since Cleveland is no longer a Hub City, I would feel better if Burke Lakefront Airport would be a Permenant Road Course. Cleveland, since about the Mid-1970s, has led the league in reinvention and that is not news. But, what is news, is I would feel strong enough to see Burke Lakefront be a Permenant Road Course because 6 Wide and Turn 1, where else will you get that?


And, Ford's Return to Open Wheel would be in 30 or 45 Days. I hate kicking the ball early, but, I would like to see a genuine article challenger to the Dallara. And, in my heart's eye, can't we have IndyCar at Knoxville or Iowa State Fair Speedway instead? It would take a lot of time and money to restart American Open Wheel at the longer range, namely getting your town involved again, and if we had an American in Formula One again, so be it, but, I feel happier if we weren't bullrushed Gene Haas or Kurt Busch in F1.


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Week 8 Driver of the Year

1 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 25 25


2 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 16 54


3 Christopher Bell USAC 14 127


4 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 12 12


5 Jarrod Schneiderman ASCS 10 10


6 Mike Nichols IMCA 8 8


7 Brian Harris IMCA 6 6


8 Matt Covington ASCS 5 5


9 Ryan Newman Sprint Cup 4 4


10 .C.E. Falk III Whelen AA 3 7


11 Jason Johnson ASCS 2 5


12 Del Worsham NHRA 1 5


After 8 of 40 Events


1 Christopher Bell USAC 127  -


2 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 54 73


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 53 74


4 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 30 97


5 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 25 102


6 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 25 102


7 Jake Strayer ASCS 25 102


8 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 25 102


9 Travis Cope Whelen AA 22 105


10 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 18 109


11 Johnathan Davenport Lucas Oil 16 111


12 Daniel Suarez Whelen AA 16 111


13 Reid Wilson Pro Cup 16 111


14 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 113


15 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 14 113


16 Ryan Gifford K and N 14 113


17 Kenny Wallace Nwide 14 113


18 Bryan Clauson USAC 14 113


19 Andy Eckrich IMCA 13 114


20 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 115


21 Jeb Burton Trucks 12 115


22 Joao Barbosa USCR 12 115


23 Mike Wallace Nwide 12 115


24 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 115


25 Steve Kinser WOO 12 115


 


26 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 12 115


27 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 10 117


28 Rich Clouser Whelen AA 10 117


29 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 10 117


30 Justin Brayton AMASX 10 117


NOT RANKED


31 Jarrod Schneiderman ASCS 10 117


32 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 9 118


33 Tommy Johnson,Jr. NHRA 8 119


34 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 8 119


35 Elliott Sadler Nwide 8 119


36 Royal Jones ASCS 8 119


37 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA 8 119


38 Mike Nichols IMCA 8 119


39 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 7 120


40 .C.E. Falk III Whelen AA 7 120


41 Tasker Phillips ASCS 6 121


42 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 6 121


43 Paige Decker Whelen AA 6 121


44 Sammy Swindell WOO 6 121


45 Brian Harris IMCS 6 121


46 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 122


47 Chase Elliott Nwide 5 122


48 Ty Dillon Nwide 5 122


49 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 5 122


50 John Carney II ASCS 5 122


51 Justin Wilson IICS 5 122


52 Matt Covington ASCS 5 122


53 Jason Johnson ASCS 5 122


54 Del Worsham NHRA 5 122


55 Ryan Gustin USMTS 4 123


56 Antron Brown NHRA 4 123


57 Tony Kanaan IICS 4 123


58 Brian Ickler Trucks 4 123


59 Darren Hagen USAC 4 123


60 Ryan Newman Sprint Cup 4 123


61 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 3 124


62 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 3 124


63 Scott Pruett USCR 2 125


64 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 126


65 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 1 126


66 James Buescher Nwide 1 126


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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board 3-23-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)   11


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)   5


3 20-Matt Kenseth      4


4 34-David Ragan       4


5 11-Denny Hamlin     3    I


6 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3 5


7 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3 6


8 7-Michael Annett (R) 3 7


9 42-Kyle Larson (R)   3 8


10 35-Eric McClure     3 9


11 18-Kyle Busch      2 10


12 26-Cole Whitt(R)   2 11


13 2-Brad Keselowski 2 12


14 1-Jamie McMurray 2 13


15 99-Carl Edwards  1 14


16 98-Josh Wise      1 15


NOT RANKED


17 15-Clint Bowyer 1 16


18 07-Daniel Suarez 1


19 22-Joey Logano 1


20 4-Kevin Harvick 1


21 5-Kasey Kahne 1


22 10-Danica Patrick 1


23 24-Jeff Gordon 1


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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board 3-21-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R) 11


2 83-Ryan Truex (R) 5


3 20-Matt Kenseth   4


4 34-David Ragan   4


5 11-Denny Hamlin 3


6 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3


7 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


8  7-Michael Annett (R) 3


9 42-Kyle Larson (R)   3


10 35-Eric McClure    3


11 26-Cole Whitt (R) 2


12 2-Brad Keselowski 2


13 1-Jamie McMurray 2


14 99-Carl Edwards 1


15 98-Josh Wise    1


16 15-Clint Bowyer 1


NOT RANKED


17 07-Daniel Suarez 1


18 22-Joey Logano 1


19 4-Kevin Harvick 1


20 18-Kyle Busch 1


21 5-Kasey Kahne 1


22 10-Danica Patrick 1


23 24-Jeff Gordon 1


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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board 3-16-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)     11


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)      5


3 34-David Ragan         4


4 20-Matt Kenseth       3


5 11-Denny Hamlin     3


6 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3


7 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


8 7-Michael Annett (R)  3


9 42-Kyle Larson (R)    3


10 35-Eric McClure      3


11 26-Cole Whitt (R)  2


12 2-Brad Keselowski 2


13 1-Jamie McMurray 2


14 99-Carl Edwards  1


15 98-Josh Wise      1


16 15-Clint Bowyer  1


NOT RANKED


17 07-Daniel Suarez 1


18 22-Joey Logano  1


19 4-Kevin Harvick  1


20 18-Kyle Busch   1


21 5-Kasey Kahne 1


22 10-Danica Patrick 1


23 24-Jeff Gordon 1


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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board Lap 125 3-16-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)   11


2 83-Ryan Truex(R)     5


3 34-David Ragan        4


4 20-Matt Kenseth       3


5 11-Denny Hamlin     3


6 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3


7 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


8 7-Michael Annett (R)  3


9 42-Kyle Larson (R)  3


10 35-Eric McClure  3


11 26-Cole Whitt (R) 2


12 2-Brad Keselowski 2


13 1-Jamie McMurray 2


14 98-Josh Wise       1


15 15-Clint Bowyer  1


16 07-Daniel Suarez 1


NOT RANKED


17 22-Joey Logano 1


18 4-Kevin Harvick 1


19 18-Kyle Busch 1


20 5-Kasey Kahne 1


21 10-Danica Patrick 1


22 24-Jeff Gordon 1


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Stock Car Bowl VI After 2 of 21 Events

                                                                  -              W           P          W-L


1  3-Austin Dillon (R)    277                         -                3                       7-1


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)     144                     133               1                        4-0


3  7-Michael Annett (R) 132                    145                2                       1-1


4 34-David Ragan           99                   178                                         4-2


5 42-Kyle Larson (R)       87                   190                              1         1-1


6 26-Cole Whitt (R)        75                    202                1            1         0-0


7 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 75                   202                                         3-2


8 35-Eric McClure           66                   211                1                       2-1


9 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.  61                   216                                         2-2


10 43-Aric Amiorla        57                   220                                        0-1


11 66-Michael Waltrip   45                   232                                        0-0


12 36-Reed Sorenson   45                  232                                         0-0


13  1-Jamie McMurray 40                   237                                         2-2


14 23-Alex Bowman (R) 39               238                                          0-0


15 52-Bobby LaBonte 38                  239                                         0-0


16 72-Nicole Lyons    37                  240                                         0-0


17 30-Parker Kligerman (R) 35        242                                         0-0


18 10-Danica Patrick          34         243                                         1-1


19 07-Daniel Suarez          31         246          1                             0-0


20 98-Josh Wise               29         248          1                             0-0


21 15-Clint Bowyer           28        249          1                              0-0


22 51-Justin Allgaier (R)   26        251                                         0-0


23 97-Kelsey Bauer         25        252                                         0-0


24 8-Jeffrey Earnhardt    23        255                                         0-0


25 95-Michael McDowell 23         255                                        0-0


26 79-Kyle Fowler         22         255                                        0-0


27 55-Brian Vickers       22        255                                         0-0


28 31-Ryan Newman    22        255                                          0-0


29  5-Kasey Kahne       21       256                                           1-2


30 24-Jeff Gordon        21       256                                           1-1


31 20-Matt Kenseth     20       257                                           1-1


32 40-Landon Cassill  19        258                                           0-0


33 33-Brian Scott       18       259                                           0-0


34 77-Dave Blaney     18       259                                           0-0


35 61-Johanna Long    17     260                                           0-0


NOT RANKED


36 00-David Reutimann 16 261                                            0-0


37 21-Trevor Bayne       16 261                                           0-0


38 48-Jimmie Johnson   16 261                                           0-1


39 44-JJ Yeley              12 265                                           0-0


40 68-Chrissie Wallace   10 267                                          0-0


41 14-Tony Stewart       10 267                                          0-0


42 92-Brian Keselowski   8 269                                           0-0


43  9-Marcos Ambrose   6  271                                           0-1


44 2-Brad Keselowski    5 272                                            0-2


45 22-Joey Logano        5 272                                           0-1


46 38-David Gilliand     4 273                                            0-1


47 4-Kevin Harvick       3 274                                            0-1


48 27-Paul Menard        3 274                                           0-1


49 16-Greg Biffle         0 277                                            0-1


50 99-Carl Edwards     0 277                                            0-1


51 11-Denny Hamlin   0 277                                            0-1


52 18-Kyle Busch       0 277                                            0-1


Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board


1 3-Austin Dillon (R) 11


2 83-Ryan Truex (R) 5


3 34-David Ragan    4


4 11-Denny Hamlin 3


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3


6 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


7 7-Michael Annett (R)   3


8 42-Kyle Larson (R)     3


9 35-Eric McClure         3


10 26-Cole Whitt (R)   2


11 2-Brad Keselowski  2


12 20-Matt Kenseth    2


13 1-Jamie McMurray 2


14 98-Josh Wise        1


15 15-Clint Bowyer    1


16 07-Daniel Suarez  1


NOT RANKED


17 22-Joey Logano  1


18 4-Kevin Harvick 1


19 18-Kyle Busch  1


20 5-Kasey Kahne 1


21 10-Danica Patrick 1


22 24-Jeff Gordon 1


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Lap 500 of the Food City 500 Finishing Order

1 (1)  3-Austin Dillon (R)   25  10  35         277


2 (22) 00-David Reutimann    16                 16


3 (3) 72-Nicole Lyons            14                 37


4 (6) 43-Aric Amirola            12                 57


5 (23) 68-Chrissie Wallace    10                10


6 (19) 44-JJ Yeley                 8                12


7 (14) 51-Justin Allgaier (R)  6                26


8 (11) 97-Kelsey Bauer         5                25


9 (17) 07-Daniel Suarez        4               31


10 (5) 95-Michael McDowell  3               26


11 (9) 79-Kyle Fowler          2               22


12 (20) 40-Landon Cassill    1              19


13 (12) 98-Josh Wise


14 (4) 8-Jeffrey Earnhardt


15 (7) 36-Reed Sorenson


16 (8) 89-Kelly Bires


17 (25) 42-Kyle Larson (R)


18 (24) 33-Brian Scott


19 (10) 61-Johanna Long 429 Engine


20 (27) 83-Ryan Truex (R) 383 Engine


21 (16) 7-Michael Annett (R) 361 Engine


22 (13) 52-Bobby LaBonte   329 Crash


23 (18) 22-Joey Logano       329 Crash


24 (26) 30-Parker Kligerman (R) 308 Engine


25 (15) 26-Cole Whitt (R)         275 Engine


26 (21) 77-Dave Blaney           262 Engine


27 (2) 23-Alex Bowman (R)    255 Engine


NOT CLASSIFIED


28 6-Chris Buescher    148 Engine


29 31-Ryan Newman     66 Crash


30 55-Brian Vickers       66 Crash


31 15-Clint Bowyer         8 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Dillon 251-253


Bowman 254-255


Lyons 256-259


Earnhardt 260-265


McDowell 266-271


Amirola 272-276


Sorenson 277-278


Dillon 279-290


Bires 291-303


Fowler 304-310


Long 311


Bauer 312-319


Dillon 320-331


Wise 332-337


Dillon 338-344


Allgaier 345-355


Suarex 356-367


Yeley 368-375


Dillon 376-385


Cassill 386


Dillon 387-404


Wallace 405-413


Scott 414


Larson 415-421


Dillon 422-434


Suarez 435-443


Dillon 444-500


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Lap 251 of the Food City 500 Starting Lineup

Row 1


 3-Austin Dillon (R)


23-Alex Bowman (R)


Row 2


72-Nicole Lyons


  8-Jeffrey Earnhardt


Row 3


95-Michael McDowell


43-Aric Amirola


Row 4


36-Reed Sorenson


89-Kelly Bires


Row 5


79-Kyle Fowler


61-Johanna Long


Row 6


97-Kelsey Bauer


98-Josh Wise


Row 7


52-Bobby LaBonte


51-Justin Allgaier (R)


Row 8


26-Cole Whitt (R)


 7-Michael Annett (R)


Row 9


07-Daniel Suarez


22-Joey Logano


Row 10


44-JJ Yeley


40-Landon Cassill


Row 11


77-Dave Blaney


00-David Reutimann


Row 12


68-Chrissie Wallace


33-Brian Scott


Row 13


42-Kyle Larson (R)


30-Parker Kligerman (R)


Row 14


83-Ryan Truex (R)


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Stock Car Bowl VI Standings After Lap 251 of the Food City 500

                                                                       -             W            P            W-L


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)                 242                   -             2                           7-1


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)                144                  98            1                           4-0


3  7-Michael Annett (R)            132                110            2                           1-1


4 34-David Ragan                     99                143                                         4-2


5 42-Kyle Larson (R)                87                145                            1            1-1


6 26-Cole Whitt (R)                 75                157              1            1             0-0


7 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.        75                 157                                          3-2


8 35-Eric McClure                  66                 166            1                             2-1


9 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.          61                171                                          2-2


10 66-Michael Waltrip            45                197                                          0-0


11 43-Aric Amirola                45               197                                          0-1


12  36-Reed Sorenson         45                 197                                          0-0


13  1-Jamie McMurray         40                202                                           2-2


14 23-Alex Bowman (R)     39                 203                                           0-0


15 52-Bobby LaBonte        38                 204                                          0-0


16 30-Parker Kligerman (R) 35              207                                           0-0


17 10-Danica Patrick          34              208                                           1-1


18 98-Josh Wise               29               213         1                                0-0


19 15-Clint Bowyer          28               214         1                                0-0


20 07-Daniel Suarez        27              215          1                                0-0


21 72-Nicole Lyons         23              219                                            0-0


22  8-Jeffrey Earnhardt  23              219                                            0-0


23 95-Michael McDowell 23             219                                             0-0


24 55-Brian Vickers       22             220                                             0-0


25 31-Ryan Newman     22             220                                             0-0


26 5-Kasey Kahne        21              221                                            1-2


27 24-Jeff Gordon        21              221                                            1-1


28 20-Matt Kenseth     20              222                                            1-1


29 51-Justin Allgaier (R) 20           222                                             0-0


30 79-Kyle Fowler        20             222                                             0-0


31 97-Kelsey Bauer      20            222                                              0-0


32 40-Landon Cassill    18            224                                              0-0


33 33-Brian Scott         18           224                                              0-0


34 77-Dave Blaney        18         224                                              0-0


35 61-Johanna Long      17        225                                               0-0


NOT RANKED


36 21-Trevor Bayne    16        226                                               0-0


37 89-Kelly Bires        16        226                                               0-0


38 48-Jimmie Johnson 16       226                                              0-1


39 14-Tony Stewart    10       232                                             0-0


40 92-Brian Keselowski  8     234                                             0-0


41  9-Marcos Ambrose   6    236                                              0-1


42 2-Brad Keselowski    5    237                                              0-2


43 22-Joey Logano       5    237                                              0-1


44 38-David Gilliand    4    238                                              0-1


45 44-JJ Yeley            4    238                                               0-0


46  4-Kevin Harvick    3   239                                               0-1


47 27-Paul Menard     3  239                                                0-0


48 16-Greg Biffle       0 242                                                 0-1


49 99-Carl Edwards    0 242                                                0-1


50 11-Denny Hamlin   0 242                                               0-1


51 18-Kyle Busch       0 242                                                0-1


Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board As of Lap 251 of the Food City 500


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)   10


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)   5


3 34-David Ragan      4


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


6 7-Michael Annett (R)  3


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)   3


8 35-Eric McClure       3


9 26-Cole Whitt (R)    2


10 2-Brad Keselowski  2


11 11-Denny Hamlin  2


12 20-Matt Kenseth  2


13 1-Jamie McMurray 2


14 98-Josh Wise   1


15 15-Clint Bowyer 1


16 07-Daniel Suarez 1


NOT RANKED


17 22-Joey Logano 1


18 4-Kevin Harvick 1


19 18-Kyle Busch  1


20 5-Kasey Kahne 1


21 10-Danica Patrick 1


22 24-Jeff Gordon 1


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Stock Car Bowl VI Points Standings After Lap 250 of the Food City 500

                                                                         -             W        P        W-L


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)                        217             -              1                  7-1


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)                       144             73            1                  4-0


3  7-Michael Annett (R)                   132            85             2                 1-1


4 34-David Ragan                            99          118                                 4-2


5 42-Kyle Larson (R)                       87           130                         1     1-1


6 26-Cole Whitt (R)                         75          142            1            1    0-0


7 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.                 75          142                                3-2


8 35-Eric McClure                          66           151            1                  2-1


9 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                 61           156                                  2-2


10 66-Michael Waltrip                  45            172                                 0-0


11 1-Jamie McMurray                  40            177                                 2-2


12 36-Reed Sorenson                 39             178                               0-0


13 52-Bobby LaBonte                38              179                                0-0


14 43-Aric Amirola                    37              180                                0-1


15 30-Parker Kligerman (R)      35              182                                0-0


16 10-Danica Patrick               34               183                               1-1


17 98-Josh Wise                     29               188      1                      0-0


18 15-Clint Bowyer                 28               189      1                      0-0


19 07-Daniel Suarez               27                190     1                      0-0


20 23-Alex Bowman (R)         23                194                              0-0


21 55-Brian Vickers              22                 195                             0-0


22 31-Ryan Newman           22                 195                              0-0


23  5-Kasey Kahne              21                 196                             1-2


24 24-Jeff Gordon              21                 196                              1-1


25 20-Matt Kenseth          20                   197                              1-1


26 51-Justin Allgaier(R)   20                    197                              0-0


27 97-Kelsey Bauer         18                    199                               0-0


28 40-Landon Cassill       18                    199                               0-0


29 33-Brian Scott            18                   199                                0-0


30 77-Dave Blaney          18                   199                                0-0


31 79-Kyle Fowler           16                   201                                0-0


32 21-Trevor Bayne        16                   201                                0-0


33 48-Jimmie Johnson     16                 201                                 0-1


34 61-Johanna Long        14                 203                                  0-0


35 89-Kelly Bires             11                206                                  0-0


NOT RANKED


36 14-Tony Stewart        10                207                                  0-0


37 95-Michael McDowell     9              208                                   0-0


38 8-Jeffrey Earnhardt       9             208                                    0-0


39 72-Nicole Lyons           9              208                                    0-0


40 92-Brian Keselowski    8              209                                    0-0


41 9-Marcos Ambrose      6              211                                     0-1


42  2-Brad Keselowski     5              212                                      0-2


43 22-Joey Logano         5              212                                      0-1


44 38-David Gilliand      4               213                                     0-1


45 44-JJ Yeley               4              213                                     0-0


46 4-Kevin Harvick         3              214                                    0-1


47 27-Paul Menard         3             214                                     0-0


48 16-Greg Biffle           0             217                                    0-1


49 99-Carl Edwards       0            217                                    0-1


50 11-Denny Hamlin     0            217                                     0-1


51 18-Kyle Busch         0            217                                     0-1


Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board After Lap 250 of the Food City 500


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)                       9


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)                       5


3 34-David Ragan                           4


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                   3


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.                3


6 7-Michael Annett (R)                   3


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)                     3


8 35-Eric McClure                         3


9 26-Cole Whitt (R)                      2


10 2-Brad Keselowski                   2


11 11-Denny Hamlin                  2


12 20-Matt Kenseth                   2


13  1-Jamie McMurray              2


14 98-Josh Wise                      1


15 15-Clint Bowyer                  1


16 07-Daniel Suarez               1


NOT RANKED


17 22-Joey Logano                1


18 4-Kevin Harvick                 1


19 18-Kyle Busch                   1


20  5-Kasey Kahne                 1


21 10-Danica Patrick              1


22 24-Jeff Gordon                 1


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If Ayrton Senna was Alive Today, He'd be 54 and Apalled at the State Of F1

It blows my mind that Ayrton Senna would have been 54 today if he was alive today. And what is worse, the state of F1 is an uncivilized hate crime and uglier than inexcusable. The rivalries in racing that made and still make my life are Cruz Pedregon vs. John Force, Matt Hagan vs. John Force, Ayrton Senna vs. Alain Prost, Mike Eddy vs. Bob Senneker and Mario Andretti vs. AJ Foyt.


People, sadly, remembered Ayrton Senna's death and where they where when they heard it or news of it, more than his birthday. To me, I would have still paid $$$ to see Dale Earnhardt vs. Ayrton Senna as I was never an Earnhardt, never had been, never will be, and loyalty and pride matter to a man like me.


I still look at Mark Webber's Replacement as "Who's That Guy?" To me, I want folks who will be here for good for the rest of my life and then some and to me, I don't need Kurt Busch to be in F1 to restart my F1 Allegiance. I would love a good American Owner/Driver after the fact Lewis Hamilton is galding the World's Races worse than Schumi, Sir Jackie, and Senna ever wanted and losing Senna took away another Sir Jackie Stewart. To me, I take pride in the victory if it happened 1 Time or 100 Times and people got to remember the McDonald's Way of having 50 to 80 Percent Returning Customers to earn their home in the establishment.


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Lap 251 Inversion Between 2 and 27 IS....

Lap 251 Inversion Between 2 and 27 IS..... 12


 3-Austin Dillon (R)   25   242


23-Alex Bowman (R) 16    39


72-Nicole Lyons        14    23


 8-Jeffrey Earnhardt  12    23


95-Michael McDowell 10  23


43-Aric Amirola          8  45


36-Reed Sorenson     6  45


89-Kelly Bires            5 16


79-Kyle Fowler          4 20


61-Johanna Long      3 17


97-Kelsey Bauer       2 20


98-Josh Wise           1 29


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Food City 500 Lap 250 Finishing Order

1 (20) 98- Josh Wise                     25                        28


2 (21) 97-Kelsey Bauer                           16              18


3 (19) 61-Johanna Long                          14              14


4 (18) 79-Kyle Fowler                             12              16


5 (23) 89-Kelly Bires                              10              11


6 (24) 36-Reed Sorenson                         8              39


7 (25) 43-Aric Amirola                             6              37


8 (17) 95-Michael McDowell                     5                9


9 (16) 8-Jeffrey Earnhardt                      4                 9


10 (13) 72-Nicole Lyons                         3                 9


11 (14) 23-Alex Bowman (R)                 2               23


12 (7)  3-Austin Dillon (R)                     1             217


13 (6) 52-Bobby LaBonte


14 (9) 51-Justin Allgaier (R)


15 (1) 26-Cole Whitt (R)


16 (2) 7-Michael Annett (R)


17 (11) 07-Daniel Suarez


18 (15) 22-Joey Logano


19 (22) 44-JJ Yeley


20 (26) 40-Landon Cassill


21 (27) 77-Dave Blaney


22 (29) 00-David Reutimann


23 (30) 68-Chrissie Wallace


24 (28) 33-Brian Scott


25 (3) 42-Kyle Larson (R)


26 (10) 30-Parker Kligerman (R)


27 (4) 83-Ryan Truex (R)


28 (31) 6-Chris Buescher                       148 Engine


29 (8) 31-Ryan Newman                          66 Crash


30 (5) 55-Brian Vickers                           66 Crash


31 (12) 15-Clint Bowyer                           8 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Whitt 1


Annett 2-3


Larson 4-6


Truex 7-10


Dillon 11-13


Allgaier 14-17


Kligerman 18-19


Bowman 20-23


Vickers 24-26


LaBonte 27-28


Newman 29-32


Suarez 33-37


Lyons 38-43


Bowman 44-47


Logano 48-53


Earnhardt 54-57


McDowell 58-63


Fowler 64-71


Long 72-76


Wise 77-79


Bauer 80-84


Bires 85-90


Sorenson 91-96


Amirola 97-101


Cassill 102-108


Blaney 109-111


Scott 112-116


Reutimann 117-121


Wallace 122-127


Buescher 128-131


Whitt 132-139


Annett 140-144


Larson 145-150


Truex 151-153


LaBonte 154-157


Dillon 158-164


Newman 165-168


Allgaier 169-174


Kligerman 175-179


Suarez 180-192


Lyons 193-201


Bowman 202-209


Logano 210-217


Earnhardt 218-224


McDowell 225-238


Lyons 239-244


Wise 245-250


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Food City 500 Lap 1 Starting Lineup

Row 1


26-Cole Whitt (R)


 7-Michael Annett (R)


Row 2


42-Kyle Larson (R)


83-Ryan Truex (R)


Row 3


55-Brian Vickers


52-Bobby LaBonte


Row 4


 3-Austin Dillon (R)


31-Ryan Newman


Row 5


51-Justin Allgaier (R)


30-Parker Kligerman (R)


Row 6


07-Daniel Suarez


15-Clint Bowyer


Row 7


72-Nicole Lyons


23-Alex Bowman (R)


Row 8


22-Joey Logano


 8-Jeffrey Earnhardt


Row 9


95-Michael McDowell


79-Kyle Fowler


Row 10


61-Johanna Long


98-Josh Wise


Row 11


97-Kelsey Bauer


44-JJ Yeley


Row 12


89-Kelly Bires


36-Reed Sorenson


Row 13


43-Aric Amirola


40-Landon Cassill


Row 14


77-Dave Blaney


33-Brian Scott


Row 15


00-David Reutimann


68-Chrissie Wallace


Row 16


 6-Chris Buescher


Guys (Or Girls) Who Did Not Qualify


28-Grant Enfinger 1


13-Casey Mears 1


93-Morgan Shepard 2


 0-Darrell Wallace,Jr. 1


87-Joe Nemechek  2


90-Jeff Burton     1


 2-Brad Keselowski 1


34-David Ragan  1


50-David Stremme 1


99-Carl Edwards  1


  9-Marcos Ambrose 1


88-Dale Earnhardt, Jr. 1


63-Blake Koch 1


20-Matt Kenseth 1


48-Jimmie Johnson 1


66-Michael Waltrip 1


14-Tony Stewart 1


10-Danica Patrick 1


47-AJ Allemindinger 2


18-Kyle Busch 1


94-David Mayhew 1


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


21-Trevor Bayne 1


81-Elliott Sadler 1


 1-Jamie McMurray 1


92-Brian Keselowski 1


38-David Gilliand 1


03-Ty Dillon 1


01-Jeb Burton 1


12-Ryan Blaney 1


27-Paul Menard 1


54-Sam Hornish,Jr. 1


32-Terry LaBonte 2


35-Eric McClure 1


11-Denny Hamlin 1


16-Greg Biffle 1


 5-Kasey Kahne 1


 4-Kevin Harvick 1


78-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


41-Kurt Busch  1


24-Jeff Gordon 1


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Stock Car Bowl VI After Bristol Inversions

                                                         -         W       P      W-L


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)            216         -          1              7-1


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)           144       72          1              4-0


3 7-Michael Annett (R)        132      84          2              1-1


4 34-David Ragan                99     117                         4-2


5 42-Kyle Larson (R)           87     129                    1   1-1


6 26-Cole Whitt (R)            75      141                    1  0-0


7 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.   75       141                        3-2


8 35-Eric McClure             66       150       1               2-1


9 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.    61       155                        2-2


10 66-Michael Waltrip     45        171                        0-0


11 1-Jamie McMurray     40        176                        2-2


12 52-Bobby LaBonte    38         178                        0-0


13 30-Parker Kligerman (R) 35   181                       0-0


14 10-Danica Patrick      34        182                       1-1


15 36-Reed Sorenson     31       185                        0-0


16 43-Aric Amirola         31        185                       0-1


17 15-Clint Bowyer       28         188  1                  0-0


18 07-Daniel Suarez      27        189 1                  0-0


19 55-Brian Vickers       22        194                    0-0


20 31-Ryan Newman      22       194                    0-0


21  5-Kasey Kahne        21        195                   1-2


22 23-Alex Bowman (R)  21      195                   0-0


23 24-Jeff Gordon          21      195                   1-1


24 20-Matt Kenseth      20        196                  1-1


25 51-Justin Allgaier(R) 20       196                  0-0


26 40-Landon Cassill     18       198                 0-0


27 77-Dave Blaney       18       198                 0-0


28 33-Brian Scott         18        198                0-0


29 21-Trevor Bayne     16        200                0-0


30 48-Jimmie Johnson 16       200                 0-1


31 14-Tony Stewart    10        206                0-0


32 92-Brian Keselowski   8      208               0-0


33  9-Marcos Ambrose    6      210               0-1


34 72-Nicole Lyons        6       210              0-0


35 2-Brad Keselowski    5      211               0-2


NOT RANKED


36 22-Joey Logano        5    211                 0-1


37 8-Jeffrey Earnhardt   5   211                  0-0


38 38-David Gilliand      4  212                   0-1


39 95-Michael McDowell 4  212                  0-0


40 79-Kyle Fowler         4  212                   0-0


41 44-JJ Yeley              4  212                   0-0


42 4-Kevin Harvick       3 213                    0-1


43 27-Paul Menard       3 213                    0-0


44 61-Johanna Long    3  213                    0-0


45 98-Josh Wise          3 213                    0-0


46 97-Kelsey Bauer     2  214                   0-0


47 89-Kelly Bires        1  215                    0-0


48 16-Greg Biffle        0 216                     0-1


49 99-Carl Edwards     0 216                    0-1


50 11-Denny Hamlin   0 216                    0-1


51 18-Kyle Busch      0 216                    0-1


Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board After Food City 500 Inversion


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)    9


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)    5


3 34-David Ragan       4


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


6 7-Michael Annett (R)  3


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)    3


8 35-Eric McClure        3


9 2-Brad Keselowski    2


10 11-Denny Hamlin   2


11 20-Matt Kenseth   2


12 1-Jamie McMurray 2


13 26-Cole Whitt (R) 1


14 15-Clint Bowyer  1


15 07-Daniel Suarez 1


16 22-Joey Logano  1


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17 4-Kevin Harvick  1


18 18-Kyle Busch   1


19 5-Kasey Kahne  1


20 10-Danica Patrick 1


21 24-Jeff Gordon 1


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Lap 1 Inversion # Between 2 and 31 Is...

The Lap 1 Inversion # Between 2 and 31 is 12 and here are the inverted points standings..


26- Cole Whitt (R)     25    75


 7-Michael Annett (R) 16   132


42-Kyle Larson  (R)   14  87


83-Ryan Truex (R)    12  144


55-Brian Vickers      10   22


52-Bobby LaBonte     8  38


 3-Austin Dillon (R)   6   216


31-Ryan Newman     5   22


51-Justin Allgaier (R) 4 20


30-Parker Kligerman (R) 3 35


07-Daniel Suarez       2 27


15-Clint Bowyer       1 28


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Stock Car Bowl VI After Twin 250s

 


                                                                -        W        P         W-L


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)                 210           -          1                   7-1


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)                132          78         1                    4-0


3  7-Michael Annett (R)            116         94          2                   1-1


4 34-David Ragan                     99        111                               4-2


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.           75        135                               3-2


6 42-Kyle Larson (R)                73         137                    1         1-1


7 35-Eric McClure                    66          144         1                    2-1


8 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.           61          149                              2-2


9 26-Cole Whitt                       50         160                             0-0


10 66-Michael Waltrip              45         165                            0-0


11  1-Jamie McMurray             40         170                            2-2


12 10-Danica Patrick              34         176                             1-1


13 30-Parker Kilgerman (R)   32          178                             0-0


14 36-Reed Sorenson            31          179                           0-0


15 43-Aric Amirola               31          179                            0-1


16 52-Bobby LaBonte          30          180                            0-0


17 15-Clint Bowyer             27          183      1                    0-0


18 07-Daniel Suarez          25          185       1                    0-0


19 5-Kasey Kahne             21          189                            1-2


20 23-Alex Bowman (R)    21          189                            0-0


21 24-Jeff Gordon            20          190                            1-1


22 20-Matt Kenseth          20         190                            1-1


23 40-Landon Cassill        18         192                             0-0


24 77-Dave Blaney          18         192                             0-0


25 33-Brian Scott           18         192                              0-0


26 31-Ryan Newman      17         193                             0-0


27 21-Trevor Bayne        16         194                            0-0


28 48-Jimmie Johnson    16         194                             0-1


29 51-Justin Allgaier (R) 16         194                             0-0


30 55-Brian Vickers        12        198                              0-0


31 14-Tony Stewart        10        200                             0-0


32 92-Brian Keselowski     8        202                            0-0


33  9-Marcos Ambrose      6        204                             0-1


34 72-Nicole Lyons          6         204                            0-0


35 2-Brad Keselowski       5        205                            0-2


NOT RANKED


36 22-Joey Logano           5      205                             0-1


37  8-Jeffrey Earnhardt    5       205                             0-0


38 38-David Gilliand        4       206                             0-1


39 95-Michael McDowell   4        206                            0-0


40 79-Kyle Fowler           4        206                             0-0


41  44-JJ Yeley              4         206                             0-0


42  4-Kevin Harvick        3         207                            0-1


43 27-Paul Menard         3         207                             0-0


44 61-Johanna Long       3        207                              0-0


45 98-Josh Wise            3        207                               0-0


46 97-Kelsey Bauer       2        208                               0-0


47 89-Kelly Bires           1        209                                 0-0


48 16-Greg Biffle           0       210                                 0-1


49 99-Carl Edwards       0       210                                 0-1


50 11-Denny Hamlin     0       210                                  0-1


51 18-Kyle Busch         0        210                                 0-1


Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)          9


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)         5


3 34-David Ragan             4


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.    3


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.  3


6  7-Michael Annett (R)     3


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)        3


8 35-Eric McClure             3


9 2-Brad Keselowski        2


10 11-Denny Hamlin       2


11 20-Matt Kenseth        2


12 1-Jamie McMurray      2


13 15-Clint Bowyer        1


14 07-Daniel Suarez       1


15 22-Joey Logano         1


16 4-Kevin Harvick         1


NOT RANKED


17 18-Kyle Busch          1


18 5-Kasey Kahne         1


19 10-Danica Patrick     1


20 24-Jeff Gordon        1


 


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Bristol Twin 250s Race #2

1 (27) 07-Daniel Suarez         25   2nd    25


2 (26) 51-Justin Allgaier (R)   16  4th     16


3 (1)    3-Austin Dillon (R)     14  6th     210


4 (24) 55-Brian Vickers         12  8th       12


5 (3)  42-Kyle Larson (R)      10 10th      73


6 (10) 26-Cole Whitt (R)         8 12th      50


7 (15) 23-Alex Bowman (R)    6 14th      21


8 (28)  8-Jeffrey Earnhardt    5 16th       5


9 (32) 79-Kyle Fowler           4 18th       4


10 (22) 98-Josh Wise           3 20th        3


11 (19) 44-JJ Yeley             2 22nd        4


12 (11) 36-Reed Sorenson   1 24th       31


13 (12) 40-Landon Cassill      26th


14 (13) 33-Brian Scott          28th


15 (31) 68-Chrissie Wallace  30th


DID NOT QUALIFY


16 (36) 94-David Mayhew


17 (5) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


18 (14) 21-Trevor Bayne


19 (33) 81-Elliott Sadler


20 (4) 1-Jamie McMurray


21 (16) 92-Brian Keselowski


22 (17) 38-David Gilliand


23 (34) 03-Ty Dillon


24 (36) 01-Jeb Burton


25 (29) 12-Ryan Blaney


26 (18) 27-Paul Menard


27 (30) 54-Sam Hornish,Jr.


28 (23) 32-Terry LaBonte


29 (2) 35-Eric McClure    160 Crash


30 (6) 11-Denny Hamlin  123 Engine


31 (20) 16-Greg Biffle      86 Transmission


32 (8) 5-Kasey Kahne      60 Engine


33 (7) 4-Kevin Harvick     33 Engine


34 (21) 78-Martin Truex,Jr.  20 Crash


35 (25) 41-Kurt Busch         20 Crash


36 (9)  24-Jeff Gordon          4 Engine


Lap Leaders:


A. Dillon 1-2


McClure 3-5


Larson 6-8


McMurray 9-12


Stenhouse,Jr. 13-18


Hamlin 19-23


Harvick 24


Kahne 25-30


Whitt 31-34


Sorenson 35-39


Cassill 40-44


Scott 45-51


Bayne 52-57


Bowman 58-64


Brian Keselowski 65-68


Gilliand 69-74


Menard 75-80


Yeley 81-83


Biffle 84-86


Wise 87-91


T. LaBonte 92-95


Vickers 96-104


Allgaier 105-106


Suarez 107-110


Earnhardt 111-114


R. Blaney 115-119


Hornish,Jr. 120-124


Wallace 125-128


Fowler 129-134


Sadler 135-141


T. Dillon 142-146


Mayhew 147-150


Jeb Burton 151-153


A. Dillon 154-162


Larson 163-166


McMurray 167-173


Stenhouse,Jr. 174-180


Whitt 181-186


Sorenson 187-191


Cassill 192-197


Scott 198-202


Bayne 203-207


Bowman 208-214


Brian Keselowski 215-218


Gilliand 219-220


Menard 221


Yeley 222-225


Wise 226-228


T. LaBonte 229-233


Vickers 234-239


Allgaier 240-243


Suarez 244-250


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Unreal Times

I find that luck has nothing to do with nothing this St. Patrick's Day. I find, nothing is amusing with American Heroes falling off the vine or beacons in our real life I still want to hear out in the silence like yesterday didn't leave. Like it or not, people remember who should have been in and in to win instead of being cheated out of their day.


Also, I feel in my heart's eye, I'd be wanting American History to start finding a way into Sports, Entertainment, Popular Culture and Culture. People take pride in their work instead of being insulted and slurred to Mars. To me, I'd rather get to where Loyalty is a good thing instead of being stuck as a shifty two-bit who's lone games are nefariously dark.


What is scary is The Bettenhausens are a real curse and not just a Bostonian One. People forget Chicago Cubs have been pocked with tragedy,too and the sad thing is, tragedy and missed oppurtunities go hand in hand. People who ain't got tommorow will rise and shine faster than Hardee's Biscuits and the truth is, I'd still want Role Models for Kids to help a man's family and I'd see that I'd rather see Winston Cups rise again from Trans Ams to ASA and Busch Grand Nationals fill our pollen from BGN to Indy Lights, because if your owner is Leo from "That '70s Show", I'd run out the door like it was Drake Relays.


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Bristol Twin 250s Race #1 Finishing Order

1 (19) 15-Clint Bowyer                     25 1st 27


2 (14) 30-Parker Kligerman (R)        16 3rd 32


3 (18) 31-Ryan Newman                 14 5th 17


4 (12) 52-Bobby LaBonte                12 7th 30


5 (1) 83-Ryan Truex (R)                  10 9th 132


6 (3) 7-Michael Annett (R)                 8 11th 116


7 (32) 72-Nicole Lyons                      6 13th  6


8 (7) 22-Joey Logano                       5 15th  5


9 (23) 95-Michael McDowell              4 17th 4


10 (31) 61-Johanna Long                 3 19th 3


11 (33) 97-Kelsey Bauer                  2 21st 2


12 (34) 89-Kelly Bires                     1 23rd 1


13 (11) 43-Aric Amirola                      25th


14 (13) 77-Dave Blaney                     27th


15 (27) 00-David Reutimann              29th


16 (28) 6-Chris Buescher                   31sy


DID NOT QUALIFY


17 (29) 28-Grant Enfinger


18 (21) 13-Casey Mears


19 (26) 93-Morgan Shepard


20 (36) 0-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


21 (25) 87-Joe Nemechek


22 (35) 90-Jeff Burton


23 (6) 2-Brad Keselowski                  218 Engine


24 (2) 34-David Ragan                     211 Engine


25 (26) 50-David Stremme               190 Crash


26 (21) 99-Carl Edwards                  160 Crash


27 (17) 9-Marcos Ambrose               146 Crash


28 (5) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.            115 Engine


29 (20) 63-Blake Koch                     104 Engine


30 (4) 20-Matt Kenseth                     57 Engine


31 (15) 48-Jimmie Johnson               47 Engine


32 (10) 66-Michael Waltrip                36 Crash


33 (16) 14-Tony Stewart                   36 Crash


34 (9) 10-Danica Patrick                   17 Crash


35 (24) 47-AJ Allemindinger            13 Crash


36 (8) 18-Kyle Busch                        4 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Truex 1


Ragan 2-5


Annett 6


Kenseth 7-10


Earnhardt,Jr. 11


Brad Keselowski 12-14


Logano 15


Patrick 16-17


Waltrip 18-20


Amirola 21


B. LaBonte 22-25


D. Blaney 26


Kligerman 27-31


Johnson 32


Stewart 33-34


Ambrose 35-37


Newman 38


Bowyer 39-44


Koch 45-48


Edwards 49


Mears 50-54


McDowell 55-59


Nemechek 60


Shepard 61-63


Reutimann 64


Buescher 65-68


Enfinger 69-70


Stremme 71-73


Long 74-80


Lyons 81-83


Bauer 84-89


Bires 90-95


Jeff Burton 96-97


Wallace,Jr. 98


Truex 99-101


Ragan 102-105


Annett 106-109


Earnhardt,Jr. 110-115


Keselowski 116


Logano 117-120


Amirola 121-127


B. LaBonte 128-139


D. Blaney 140-147


Kligerman 148


Newman 149-151


Bowyer 152-156


Edwards 157-160


Mears 161


McDowell 162-167


Nemechek 168-173


Shepard 174-178


Reutimann 179-185


Buescher 186-188


Enfinger 189


Stremme 190


Long 191-195


Lyons 196-200


Bauer 201


Bires 202-204


Jeff Burton 205


Wallace,Jr. 206-207


Truex 209-211


Annett 212-219


Logano 220


Amirola 221-224


B. LaBonte 225-230


D. Blaney 231-236


Kligerman 237-241


Newman 242


Bowyer 243-250


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Aeropush is still a big issue

I think with Goodyear enjoying a dominion on Sprint Cup Tires, but, aeropush is still a big issue. And, I think with 7 Years of the COT Race, all the hocus-pocus is so unnecessary. And, especially with Bristol's Black Walls, I don't think purposefully changing walls/playing surfaces adds nothing but scares the fans.


To me, I hate deferring from subject, but, radial teaches a lot of bad habits as a tire vs. bias. I wouldn't mind if it was a Road Course Race and Rain Tires are on the table within reason, but, I don't think lowering ourselves to a Dirt Track Styled Dirty War with the tires where they are fake soft versus soft soft and I'd like to see some Firestone Styled IDer versus Support the Troops styled Tires every 4th of July.


I don't mind legit charities, but, tires are not a promotional tool. And World of Outlaws Jurisdiction for Dirt Late Models has been encroached by the National Dirt Racing League and even the big names go Lucas. If the Sprint Cuppers or Indy Cars or Indy Lights go Dirt Tracking, which could be realistic in some degree, we need to yank the power steering before its worse than a Crank Yanker's Uninnocent Reception. Frankly, being in a world beyond tomorrow is a shock, but, I think how would there be a difference between Happy Hour Qualifying vs. Stand Alone Qualifying vs. Knockout Qualifying vs, Everyweek Twins? I think thinking beyond the portfolio is smart, even if your portfolio is more Oreos than actual desserts.


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Red Bull/Toro Rosso needs to have their act together or it would be a World News Story

I hate to be a Reverend Lovejoy, but, Red Bull and Toro Rosso need to have their act together or it would be a Real World News Story. And, if Australia is any indicator, Bernie Ecclestone won't be around by Season's End, and if Montreal expected to escape the basement of a basement contract at the expense of Magny-Cours, they are sadly fooled as the Frenchman is white hot they don't have a National or National GP.


Austin is so unneccessary and I think New Jersey's a Garden of Eatin' and with Sandy and Christie being back to back injuries, I doubt it would be in New Jersey's best interest to host a USGP. I think it would be easier to cool our jets on the USGP and let it cook 5 or 10 Years from now.


I find nothing amusing with Horner's alleged "Defense". The tried to cover for Webber's Exodus by hiring another Aussie and there is real reason Aussies are no longer over the moon of F1. The purpose of outdoor festivals are they are supposed to be special , not annual. And I think where's a Minardi where you needed it as Sauber hired a Nothing Indy Car Driver for their Nothing F1 Program and to make matters worse, F1's reaching and Sports Cars are only starting to rise and shine in America again. And, where's the next Sir Jackie to try to make it to old age as Senna's been long gone and I won't see Schumi tell us how he got great when I get older.


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Bristol Twin 250s Race 1 (Cont'd) and Race 2 Starting Lineup

Race 1 Starting Lineup Cont'd


Row 14


00-David Reutimann


 6-Chris Buescher


Row 15


28-Grant Enfinger


50-David Stremme


Row 16


61-Johanna Long


72-Nicole Lyons


Row 17


97-Kelsey Bauer


89-Kelly Bires


Row 18


90-Jeff Burton


 0-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


Race 2


Row 1


 3-Austin Dillon (R)


35-Eric McClure


Row 2


42-Kyle Larson (R)


 1-Jamie McMurray


Row 3


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


11-Denny Hamlin


Row 4


 4-Kevin Harvick


 5-Kasey Kahne


Row 5


24-Jeff Gordon


26-Cole Whitt (R)


Row 6


36-Reed Sorenson


40-Landon Cassill


Row 7


33-Brian Scott


21-Trevor Bayne


Row 8


23-Alex Bowman (R)


92-Brian Keselwoski


Row 9


38-David Gilliand


27-Paul Menard


Row 10


44-JJ Yeley


16-Greg Biffle


Row 11


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


98-Josh Wise


Row 12


32-Terry LaBonte


55-Brian Vickers


Row 13


41-Kurt Busch


51-Justin Allgaier(R)


Row 14


07-Daniel Suarez


 8-Jeffrey Earnhardt


Row 15


12-Ryan Blaney


54-Sam Hornish,Jr.


Row 16


68-Chrissie Wallace


79-Kyle Fowler


Row 17


81-Elliott Sadler


03-Ty Dillon


Row 18


94-David Mayhew


01-Jeb Burton


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Bristol Twin 250s Starting Lineups Race 1

Race 1


Row 1


83-Ryan Truex(R)


34-David Ragan


Row 2


 7-Michael Annett (R)


20-Matt Kenseth


Row 3


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


 2-Brad Keselowski


Row 4


22-Joey Logano


18-Kyle Busch


Row 5


10-Danica Patrick


66-Michael Waltrip


Row 6


43-Aric Amirola


52-Bobby LaBonte


Row 7


77-Dave Blaney


30-Parker Kligerman(R)


Row 8


48-Jimmie Johnson


14-Tony Stewart


Row 9


 9-Marcos Ambrose


31-Ryan Newman


Row 10


15-Clint Bowyer


63-Blake Koch


Row 11


99-Carl Edwards


13-Casey Mears


Row 12


95-Michael McDowell


47-AJ Allemindinger


Row 13


87-Joe Nemechek


93-Morgan Shepard


Row 14


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Stock Car Bowl VI Points Standings After Bristol Pit Crew Competition

                                                                 -        W         P      W-L


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)           196                   -        1                  7-1


2 83-Ryan Truex (R)           122                 74       1                  4-0


3 7-Michael Annett (R)         108               88        2                  1-1


4 34-David Ragan                 99                97                           4-2


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.       75              121                           3-2


6 35-Eric McClure                  66             130       1                  2-1


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)             63             133                     1    1-1


8 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.        61             135                            2-2


9 66-Michael Waltrip            45             151                            0-0


10 26-Cole Whitt (R)            42             154                            0-0


11  1-Jamie McMurray          40             156                            2-2


12 10-Danica Patrick            34             162                            1-1


13 43-Aric Amirola               31             165                            0-1


14 36-Reed Sorenson           30             166                            0-0


15 5-Kasey Kahne               21             175                             1-2


16 24-Jeff Gordon               20             176                             1-1


17 20-Matt Kenseth            20             176                              1-1


18 52-Bobby LaBonte         18              178                              0-0


19 40-Landon Cassill          18              178                              0-0


20 77-Dave Blaney            18              178                              0-0


21 33-Brian Scott              18              178                              0-0


22 30-Parker Kligerman (R)  16           180                              0-0


23 21-Trevor Bayne             16           180                               0-0


24 48-Jimmie Johnson          16          180                                0-1


25 23-Alex Bowman (R)        15         181                                0-0


26 14-Tony Stewart              10         186                                0-0


27 92-Brian Keselowski           8         188                                0-0


28  9-Marcos Ambrose            6          190                              0-1


29 2-Brad Keselowski             5          191                               0-2


30 38-David Gilliand               4          192                               0-1


31 31-Ryan Newman               3         193                               0-0


32 4-Kevin Harvick                  3         193                               0-1


33 27-Paul Menard                   3        193                               0-0


34 15-Clint Bowyer                   2       194                               0-0


35 44-JJ Yeley                          2       194                               0-0


NOT RANKED


36 16-Greg Biffle                      0     196                                 0-1


37 99-Carl Edwards                  0      196                                0-1


38 11-Denny Hamlin                 0     196                                0-1


39 22-Joey Logano                   0    196                                 0-1


40 18-Kyle Busch                     0      196                                0-1


Stock Car Bowl VI Standings After Bristol Pit Crew Competition Win Board


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)                 9


2 83-Ryan Truex(R)                 5


3 34-David Ragan                   4


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.           3


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.        3


6 7-Michael Annett (R)           3


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)             3


8 35-Eric McClure                  3


9 2-Brad Keselowski              2


10 11-Denny Hamlin             2


11 20-Matt Kenseth              2


12  1-Jamie McMurray          2


13 22-Joey Logano              1


14 4-Kevin Harvick              1


15 18-Kyle Busch                1


16 5-Kasey Kahne               1


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17 10-Danica Patrick          1


18 24-Jeff Gordon             1


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Week 7 Driver of the Year

1 Christopher Bell USAC  25  113


2 Reid Wilson Pro Cup     16    16


3 Kenny Wallace Nwide    14   14


4 Steve Kinser    WOO      12  12


5 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 10 10


6 Bryan Clauson  USAC       8  14


7 Sammy Swindell WOO     6    6


8 Justin Wilson     IICS      5    5


9 Darren Hagen    USAC    4    4


10 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 3 38


11 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA 2 8


12 Justin Brayton AMASX 1 10


After 7 of 40 Events


1 Christopher Bell USAC 113  -


2 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 53 60


3 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 38 75


4 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 30 83


5 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 25 88


6 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 25 88


7 Jake Strayer ASCS 25 88


8 Travis Cope Whelen AA 22 91


9 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 18 95


10 Johnathan Davenport Lucas Oil 16 97


11 Daniel Suarez Whelen AA 16 97


12 Reid Wilson Pro Cup 16 97


13 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 99


14 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 14 99


15 Ryan Gifford K and N 14 99


16 Kenny Wallace Nwide 14 99


17 Bryan Clauson USAC 14 99


18 Andy Eckrich IMCA 13 100


19 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 101


20 Jeb Burton Trucks 12 101


21 Joao Barbosa USCR 12 101


22 Mike Wallace Nwide 12 101


23 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 101


24 Steve Kinser WOO 12 101


25 Darrell Wallace, Jr. Trucks 10 103


 


26 Rich Clouser Whelen AA 10 103


27 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 10 103


28 Justin Brayton AMASX 10 103


29 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 9 104


30 Tommy Johnson,Jr. NHRA 8 105


NOT RANKED


31 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 8 105


32 Elliott Sadler Nwide 8 105


33 Royal Jones ASCS 8 105


34 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA 8 105


35 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 7 106


36 Tasker Phillips ASCS 6 107


37 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 6 107


38 Paige Decker Whelen AA 6 107


39 Sammy Swindell WOO 6 107


40 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 108


41 Chase Elliott Nwide 5 108


42 Ty Dillon Nwide 5 108


43 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 5 108


44 John Carney II ASCS 5 108


45 Justin Wilson IICS 5 108


46 Ryan Gustin USMTS 4 109


47 Antron Brown NHRA 4 109


48 Del Worsham NHRA 4 109


49 .C.E. Falk III Whelen AA 4 109


50 Tony Kanaan IICS 4 109


51 Brian Ickler Trucks 4 109


52 Darren Hagen USAC 4 109


53 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 3 110


54 Jason Johnson ASCS 3 110


55 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 3 110


56 Scott Pruett USCR 2 111


57 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 1 112


58 James Buescher Nwide 1 112


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Stock Car Bowl VI Pit Crew Competition Bristol

Editoral Note: Pit Crew Competitions will be a permenant fixture on the Stock Car Bowl VI to persuade NASCAR to try to do a legit Pit Crew Competition or legit Pit Crew Competition Series to absorb into the Sprint Cup.


And with no further ado, here are my 1st Round Matchups


8 42-Kyle Larson (R) over 9 22-Joey Logano


7 34-David Ragan over 10 4-Kevin Harvick


6 7-Michael Annett (R) over 11 18-Kyle Busch


12 20-Matt Kenseth over 5 11-Denny Hamlin


13 35-Eric McClure over 4 2-Brad Keselowski


14 83-Ryan Truex(R) over 3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


15 1-Jamie McMurray over 2 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


1 3-Austin Dillon (R) over 16 5-Kasey Kahne


Editors Note: Even though I am not an author, but, in my hearts eye since last 4th of July, I wanted to identify a tempo early and often, immediately and repeatedly, as opposed to letting it develop like a movie because my impatience to reestablish a standard and a social acceptabitlity and an ethical diversity is not a lightweight topic,either.


2nd Round


 1 3-Austin Dillon (R) over 8 42-Kyle Larson (R)


 7 34-David Ragan over 15 1-Jamie McMurray


 14 83-Ryan Truex (R) over 6 7-Michael Annett (R)


 13 35-Eric McClure over 12 20-Matt Kenseth


Semifinals


 1 3-Austin Dillon (R) over 13 35-Eric McClure


14 83-Ryan Truex (R) over 7 34-David Ragan


Finals


14 83-Ryan Truex (R) over 1 3-Austin Dillon (R)


Scoreboard


83-Ryan Truex (R)   80   4-0  4-0   122


 3-Austin Dillon (R)  60  3-1  7-1   196


34-David Ragan      40   2-1  4-2     99


35-Eric McClure      40   2-1  2-1      66


42-Kyle Larson(R) 20    1-1  1-1      63


 7-Michael Annett (R) 20 1-1 1-1  108


20-Matt Kenseth        20 1-1   1-1  20


 1-Jamie McMurray     20 1-1   2-2  40


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.   0 0-1  2-2   61


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 0 0-1   3-2   75


 2-Brad Keselowski       0 0-1   0-2    5


11-Denny Hamlin         0 0-1  0-1     0


22-Joey Logano            0 0-1 0-1     0


 4-Kevin Harvick          0  0-1 0-1    3


18-Kyle Busch             0 0-1  0-1    0


 5-Kasey Kahne           0 0-1  1-2  21


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What's Worse than Having No Sponsor: Having A Bad Sponsor

I am not one of the troublemaking corporate activists who'd stop a shareholder from going to Texas or Florida, but, in my neverending Public Service Announcements to help anything besides cashing out, having a bad sponsor is worse than having no sponsor. We see too many times no talent and no merit, but, some wannabe keeps so and so and such and such from collecting unemployment.


And, the glass dome would deserve to be smashed like The Simpsons Movie's Springfield. I'd have a Heart of Gold made of Steel, but, most times, Gold and Steel clash faster than Busch. If unemployment was piledriven to .12%, that will be the day. But, if we aren't silver spoons, that don't mean we have license to be servants or troublemakers or troublefinders after the found money stopped rolling.


I want to see who's not racing and not winning race and win and drive home American History or Middle American History like it was not a movie. We get colored the darker than dark or more colorful than Oregon's Ugly Uniforms, but no middle ground. The kids may love Oregon like the Old Folks loved Notre Dame, but, it ain't meaning their respected. If my town is too far down for a Lifealert, it would be the fact Hawkeye Downs would need new land,too as bond issues are so yesterday and the fuel tax needs to rise and shine just to do my highways and the option is pass the pickle jar as the booster club is all retired.


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Bristol Needs to be a Early and Late Summer Race

I think the only thing good with the fact trying to evade the YUCK! Of the Irish at the Bristol Breadbowl is offer Early and Late Summer Races for Sprint Cup. I would relocate the NHRA National Event to Fall, remincesent when IHRA came there for the longest, and honestly, Soft Ground in Early Spring is not good. I would wish Martinsville and Richmond would follow suit and be early and late Summer Dates because I would like to make July and August Decisions in July and August and it would make it easier to delete The Chase.


This is not a love it or leave it alone proposition and there is not another good Southeastern Date you could slide in after Daytona in the Early Spring and 2015 is an unmovable subject with a Spring Daytona 500 and I feel it could be easier to have Nothing But Sprint Cup at the end of Daytona Speedweeks and I think such a concept could fly.


Even though Brian France has been nonconvential, but the fact confrontational is one of them and I would like to see more liberty to deal with Manufacturers changing Cars instead of having to be boxed out of key decisions.


Atlanta's Spring Race,Rockingham and Richmond's March Race all fell by the wayside and letting there be a post-Daytona 500 Break would be meritable and the Fall Race that could benefit in the Early Spring is Miami, because I don't think NASCAR would be totally comfortable with the title ending in Miami.


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Roush Fenway: Crashing of the Empire

I think Roush Racing is surely missing not just Matt Kenseth's Wins, but, his results that came in along the way. Penske has been doing a lot better since Michigan late Last Summer and even Front Row Motorsports, whom didn't become a Full Time Team until Yates Racing stopped being a full time race team after the 2009 Season had won once with David Ragan.


And, to top it all off, David Ragan's First Win came with Roush Fenway in 2011. And, I even tried to consider the fact this and last year to restart the Roush #6, even though it would have been an Owners Points Loss, which would have been necessary but unwanted. And, Roush would stand to lose if Trevor Bayne's Health Issues Worsen and they almost where ready to go Full Time Cup with him until his MS came up.


Frankly, it is no thrill if the win count goes higher in the lower leagues. And, worse, I think the promotion/demotion concept does not work in Auto Racing versus other Sports. And, I find Ford's real game has been the fact they had to make Roush a Factory Team instead of having flagship teams all over Cup. Even though each of these Sprint Cups will come back up again, but, what is not comforting is Roush's Freefall from the Standings is allegedly televised.


Add Comment  | March 11, 2014
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Space: Are We Ready to Go to the Final Frontier Again?

I feel with Cosmos being dusted up and brought back to like, but, with this being a racing site, not a science or space site, I personally can't help but wonder are we ready to go to the Final Frontier again? To me, it is no, and by a resplendent margain and NASA's Budget has been criminalized, but, instead, relegalizing what was already illegal (for good reason) takes up a monopoly of our time and money.


What, in my mind, is devasting is the never ever ending budget a thons that A.) Don't get done B.)Get done in the name of getting done C.) Try to pedal a consequence free lifestyle and D.) All 3 of the above. Frankly. we'd need to start at the bottom with economies and I would not want a 5 Hour Drive from here to West Des Moines on the Interstate from Cedar Rapids go to 6 Hours for the excessance.


Repairs, Restarts and Starts are an all time job. But, I take offense to the poser license or wannabe license certain folks weave into us. And I almost wish it was a joke, but, I don't see it as a laughing matter as dumpster ploys undo us and even if we wove 10000 Stocks, but, the reality is taking pride in work is not being conveniently wove on Stock/401K/Pension/Health Insurance Committments as the problem is having a 3rd or more than 3rd Person in the room tell us what's good and what's not.


Add Comment  | March 10, 2014
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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board 3-9-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)       6


2 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.  3


3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


4 2-Brad Keselowski       2


5 11-Denny Hamlin        2


6  7-Michael Annett (R) 2


7 34-David Ragan        2


8 42-Kyle Larson (R)   2


9 22-Joey Logano       1


10 4-Kevin Harvick     1


11 18-Kyle Busch       1


12 20-Matt Kenseth   1


13 35-Eric McClure    1


14 83-Ryan Truex (R) 1


15 1-Jamie McMurray 1


16 5-Kasey Kahne      1


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17 10-Danica Patrick  1


18 24-Jeff Gordon     1


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Fan Interference and Fan Influence go hand in hand

I think what scares me as a Sports Fan is Fan Interference and Fan Influence. Just because our kids throw mud and say their Ugly Ducklings from Oregon doesn't make it okay. I'd rather do the "All Me" instead of singing it like Drake. People already push to the point where they can't have no more, and it ain't fun.


If Roses where Red and Violets Where Blue, 2 and 2 would equal 4 and the truth. I hate when our family or region ties get blurred because of some F-List Celebrity's Hit. To me, it is not happy and we don't invite Lolo's foes to Drake every Spring just to let us Iowans down.


Peer Pressure is a dirty, filthy. muddy rotten game. I'd like to see some Central or Southern Iowan make Sweet Home Newton Sweet for more than the Summer with Central or Southern Iowa Employees, including the Cheergirls, with Central or Southern Iowa Schedules in tow, not just catering to outsiders, but, living the dream or living the fantasy is two different games. I think real foes, like physical and mental health and legal injuries that permentantly disrupt us folks, need more awareness and consequence instead of being paind 25 Ways like Michael Jordan and not doing work. I would like to see Diversity where they weren't just kids or special needs,too, but, we need to be good role models to kids.


Add Comment  | March 9, 2014
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Madness: Why Detroit needs more of a say

Sports Car Racing is restarting after a generation long Cold War, IndyCar Racing doesn't have a lot of options, NHRA is the most centric to the Global Fires than anything, but yet, Americana is slowly being seeped out for robotic hype machines and not a lot of money and Stock Cars need more options, namely Mopar and Europe just to take the heat off Southeast Asia.


I hate to be boxed in like the days and nights never stop and the money never starts. There was a reason certain arenas of the freeballing culture of the 1970s had to be weeded out, and I think I would welcome say more barnstorm and less neutered vibe. I'd look at it as the fact Tasca can't just change manufacturers, and if your ironclad to your manufacturer, that takes out fans.


The frustrations are worse than the 1980s, and I am never a condoner of a Reality TV Vibe, let alone a Pioneer Vibe, but, we knew who was and wasn't cut to hit the road every weekend for a year. The last thing I want to be accused of is dragging folks into racing who came in because of someone and then, it didn't work for them, and Diversity cannot and will not be used as a Simplified Tool as I hate redlining most sports not named Football and Basketball and worse, with our Women Athletes, saying who does and doesn't play like a bad ace, because if you bring in more good people, its its own gift.


Add Comment  | March 8, 2014
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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board 3-7-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)      6


2 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3


3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


4 11-Denny Hamlin        2


5 7-Michael Annett (R)  2


634-David Ragan         2


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)   2


8 22-Joey Logano       1


9 4-Kevin Harvick       1


10 2-Brad Keselowski 1


11 18-Kyle Busch       1


12 20-Matt Kenseth   1


13 35-Eric McClure    1


14 83-Ryan Truex (R) 1


15 1-Jamie McMurray 1


16 5-Kasey Kahne     1


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17 10-Danica Patrick 1


18 24-Jeff Gordon    1


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IndyMyIndy would love to see NASCAR Fire Sprint

With Sprint being relentless on the money and on T-Mobile's Handle and Spout, I would say "ENOUGH ALREADY!" The Sprint Unlimited needs to be so Limited due to the evolving nature of Qualifying Racing, Sprint has not been a Good Landlord of the All Star Race and The Chase for the Cup will be so fired and Miami will become a Spring Race after Daytona.


Roses are Red, Violets are Blue and I am so not a corporate clown. Whatever happened to Free Enterprise rather than using the scared to lose bait and switch reproach as Iowa City is going to be a 20 Million Car and the whole area would look as nuts as North Carolina without her way. I'd care strongly and passionately about contributing to people's fortunes as I'd like to see real Billion Dollar Career and Athletes not going to the broke zone.


And here are my Top 10 Sponsors for NASCAR Series and any future Nationwide Replacement needs to be Grand National. :


1. Domino's Pizza


2. Hoosier. I would like to see Goodyear be the official tire of Sprint Cup and Hoosier be the choice of everyone else.


3. McDonalds


4. Advance Auto Parts


5. Marriott/Gaylord Opryland. I would like real destinations or real people roles, too, not Hannah or the Monkees.


6. Dairy Queen


7. Nike. Because they need auto racing heroes.


8. Rocafella Grand National. So music to my ears and that would be a better use of Roc Nation.


9. Chili's.


10. Coca Cola


Add Comment  | March 7, 2014
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Not Every Facility "Pays for Itself" in Sports

I think with the fact not every facility pays for itself in Sports is a necessary evil. And, we are quick to consider the easy parts, but never the difficult areas. To me, I have a time being in a repressed nation and world that does not always lead us to choose.


I think if the Pros did their job right, I think people would feel better about Pro Sports instead of Pro Sports, The Overheated and Overcooked TMZ Production. A lot of it is sales and return sales and if the assumption is people keep coming back for just because, it would mean high turnover and a whole lot higher unemployment than today.


It ain't just those who don't have money, it is too, who is not winning, and that afflicts who is not doing to start out with, let alone not racing. Nuancies and mannerisms are a part of us, too and we hate being oversimplified. I wonder even here in Eastern Iowa, we still forget mannerisms on accident or on purpose or without a purpose.


I'd like to see Newton be Central Iowa Owned and Operated rather than be robotic and icy. And, I would like to see an Eastern Iowa Driver, Pit Crew, Sprint Cup Team, Sponsors, Fortunes, Wins and Championships, too, but, living the dream and living the fantasy are two different deals.


Add Comment  | March 6, 2014
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Week 6 Driver of the Year

1 Jake Strayer ASCS 25 25


2 Daniel Suarez Whelen AA 16 16


3 Ryan Gifford K and N 14 14


4 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 12


5 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 10 53


6 Royal Jones ASCS 8 8


7 Paige Decker Whelen AA 6 6


8 John Carney II ASCS 5 5


9 Brian Ickler Trucks 4 4


10 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 3 3


11 Christopher Bell USAC 2 88


12 Tony Kanaan IICS 1 4


After 6 of 40 Events


1 Christopher Bell USAC 88 -


2 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 53 35


3 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 35 53


4 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 30 58


5 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 25 63


6 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 25 63


7 Jake Strayer ASCS 25 63


8 Travis Cope Whelen AA 22 66


9 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 18 70


10 Johnathan Davenport Lucas Oil 16 72


11 Daniel Suarez Whelen AA 16 72


12 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 74


13 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 14 74


14 Ryan Gifford K and N 14 74


15 Andy Eckrich IMCA 13 75


16 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 76


17 Jeb Burton Trucks 12 76


18 Joao Barbosa USCR 12 76


19 Mike Wallace Nwide 12 76


20 Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 76


21 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 10 78


22 Rich Clouser Whelen AA 10 78


23 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 9 79


24 Justin Brayton AMASX 9 79


25 Tommy Johnson,Jr. NHRA 8 80


 


26 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 8 80


27 Elliott Sadler Nwide 8 80


28 Royal Jones ASCS 8 80


29 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 7 81


30 Bryan Clauson USAC 6 82



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31 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA 6 82


32 Tasker Phillips ASCS 6 82


33 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 6 82


34 Paige Decker Whelen AA 6 82


35 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 83


36 Chase Elliott Nwide 5 83


37 Ty Dillon Nwide 5 83


38 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 5 83


39 John Carney II ASCS 5 83


40 Ryan Gustin USMTS 4 84


41 Antron Brown NHRA 4 84


42 Del Worsham NHRA 4 84


43 .C.E. Falk III Whelen AA 4 84


44 Tony Kanaan IICS 4 84


45 Brian Ickler Trucks 4 84


46 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 3 85


47 Jason Johnson ASCS 3 85


48 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 3 85


49 Scott Pruett USCR 2 86


50 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 87


51 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 1 87


52 James Buescher Nwide 1 87


Add Comment  | March 5, 2014
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Kurt Busch and Open Wheel Racing

I hate to spill the beans, but Kurt Busch and Open Wheel Racing are increasingly going in hand in hand. And, what I sense, is Gene Haas is going to start his spot on the F1 Grid with Kurt Busch. I think if Kurt Busch goes to do the Indy 500, I think NASCAR would stop wanting him. I know, that if this was someone who legitamately earned what they learned, it'd be different, but, NO, It's Kurt Busch.


I think in 2015, Kurt Busch would only be above Simona de Silvestro whom went from less than nothing in IndyCars to even less than nothing in F1, which is no way to deal people's careers in the end. I wish I could laugh, but, Formula One's aggravated state is not a joke and we don't know who'd win the 1st Pole or 1st Corner in Austrailia.


Sports Cars aren't online yet as a cultural beacon, and with a generation old hatchet being buried, it don't change the fact I am no nowhere closer to Parnelli Jones or Mark Donohue that made my Dad's Life in the 1970s. And, where's Johnathan Summerton and he being misled and snookered? Business this, Business that all is as old as Espanol, and I'd like to see people dealt with right and I'd still remember who'd didn't do it vs. who did it because they both make the story, whether you like it or not.


Add Comment  | March 4, 2014
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The Game of Short Track USA

Even though Dirt has the upper hand against Pavement, but,having Clint Bowyer and Bobby LaBonte own Dirt Teams helps their spot on the dial. And, it ain't just who don't got the money, but, worse, it is who isn't doing or who isn't winning.


You can't relocate a centerpiece and expect the same energy when the Originals aren't doing it. What is upsetting, is as Modifieds went South, a lot of Northern Races from them and the Old BGN North went off the table like Clockwork Oranges. I'd still get terribly emotional about the Original ASA's Demise and that was 10 Years Ago.


Easy isn't always going to do you any good. Being Invited to Hit The Road would mean that everyone from your town or High School would come to your show until security had to shoehorn the Johnny Come Latelys. The stories are better when their true, not woven off the same bad yarn.


If I had it my way, Terrence J would no longer be keeping with Kim, and in the booth with Lindy Thackston, Rusty Wallace and Alan Bestwick. Even though I would try to bat for Bob Jenkins' Inclusion with Benny Parsons, but, Sports Hall of Fame Law would mean that special cases would be included like the 1992-1996 Dream Teams and the 1980 Miracle on Ice. Names and Nicknames are earned, for good and for evil.


Add Comment  | March 3, 2014
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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board 3-2-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R) 6


2 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.  3


3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


4 11-Denny Hamlin        2


5 7-Michael Annett (R)   2


6 34-David Ragan         2


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)    2


8 4-Kevin Harvick        1


9 2-Brad Keselowski    1


10 18-Kyle Busch       1


11 20-Matt Kenseth   1


12 35-Eric McClure    1


13 83-Ryan Truex (R) 1


14 1-Jamie McMurray  1


15 5-Kasey Kahne      1


16 10-Danica Patrick  1


 


17 24-Jeff Gordon     1


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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board 2-28-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)    6


2 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3


3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


4 11-Denny Hamlin        2


5 7-Michael Annett (R)   2


6 34-David Ragan         2


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)    2


8 2-Brad Keselowski    1


9 18-Kyle Busch          1


10 20-Matt Kenseth     1


11 35-Eric McClure      1


12  83-Ryan Truex (R) 1


13 1-Jamie McMurray  1


14 5-Kasey Kahne      1


15 10-Danica Patrick  1


16 24-Jeff Gordon     1


Add Comment  | March 2, 2014
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Unpolished, Unapologetic and Unappreciated

I feel that instead of Dancing With The Super-Duper Stars, I think Network TV has to try to drive through other pro sports not named NFL. Rule #1, Contracts need to be called upon further review. Half the time, we are too chicken or too lazy until its too late. Rule #2, What about dealing with certain parts of the world in their arena? Rule #3, is, people want to see the DVDs if they ask for it, or the Monday Re-air and Rule #4, I want to see Greatness and American History in my corner.


Just because folks my age want kinetic freneticism of the never ending Highlight Reel don't make it so. And I hate the fact that as a Special Needs Gentleman, I want to see me doing it so that earnings go back up every quarter including the 4th.


I still think with every IndyCar Race, Leigh Diffey's tune is not Bob Jenkins freneticism. And even for the Lucas Oil,  I can't physically fathom Bob "NHRA Today" Frey's voice not being in the air. I'm not rich, and even if I was, I'd know who's Rich and Wealthy so I don't go broke again on Divorce Orders as the Youngsters know it all save for TrUSt, because how is US? A Billionaire Pro Athlete is not impossible, but, let's get past Prime Time and earn from 18 , 21, 22 to 65 instead of career or a cute "Next Kurt Warner" Oppurtunity where you made it past preseason. If every day was a Pro Day, we'd know who's having a Joe Day at their best and if I had AP's Carries, it would always be 4 Games into a Year where'd I'd be hurt, and I'd like to know who's really with me instead of who's wrecking my Terrence and Rocsi.


Add Comment  | February 26, 2014
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Week 5 Driver of the Year

1 Christopher Bell USAC  25 86


2 Johnathan Davenport Lucas Oil 16 16


3 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 14 14


4 Mike Wallace Nwide 12 12


5 Rich Clouser Whelen AA 10 10


6 Elliott Sadler Nwide 8 8


7 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 6 6


8 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 5 5


9 .C.E. Falk III Whelen AA 4 4


10 Andy Eckrich IMCA 3 13


11 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 2 7


12 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 1 35


After 5 of 40 Events


1 Christopher Bell USAC 86 -


2 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 43 43


3 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 35 51


4 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 30 56


5 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 25 61


6 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 25 61


7 Travis Cope Whelen AA 22 64


8 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 18 68


9 Johnathan Davenport Lucas Oil 16 70


10 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 72


11 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 14 72


12 Andy Eckrich IMCA 13 73


13 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 74


14 Jeb Burton Trucks 12 74


15 Joao Barbosa USCR 12 74


16 Mike Wallace Nwide 12 74


17 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 10 76


18 Rich Clouser Whelen AA 10 76


19 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 9 77


20 Justin Brayton AMASX 9 77


21 Tommy Johnson,Jr. NHRA 8 78


22 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 8 78


23 Elliott Sadler Nwide 8 78


24 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 7 79


25 Bryan Clauson USAC 6 80


 


26 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA 6 80


27 Tasker Phillips ASCS 6 80


28 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 6 80


29 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 81


30 Chase Elliott Nwide 5 81



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31 Ty Dillon Nwide 5 81


32 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 5 81


33 Ryan Gustin USMTS 4 82


34 Antron Brown NHRA 4 82


35 Del Worsham NHRA 4 82


36 .C.E. Falk III Whelen AA 4 82


37 Tony Kanaan IICS 3 83


38 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 3 83


39 Jason Johnson ASCS 3 83


40 Scott Pruett USCR 2 84


41 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 85


42 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 1 85


43 James Buescher Trucks 1 85


Add Comment  | February 26, 2014
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JUNIOR: Still A Referendum!

I don't like to unpack the hype machine, but, the two athletes we know well enough not to make a prediction early is LeBron James and Dale Earnhardt,Jr. . I think with so much money to be had in just Die Casts and Other Merchandise, Dale Jr. will be better off starting his own team and having the Crazy 8 back in Sprint Cup for the First Time Since 2008.


I think, word on the street, this would be the first use of an Eddie Sharp Rules because Dale Jr. is not an "upgrade you" like a Greg Biffle. I know the future is the future, but, the emotional and the financial involvements run deeper than the ocean. Frankly, Hendrick Motorsports will be a 3 Car Team in 2015 because I don't sense NASCAR will let 4 Car Teams happen again to side with the Sponsors and the Fans.


I find that, too, it would at least be New Hampshire in the Fall until we hear the last word of Junior "Going It Alone". I think Dover is falling off, and eventually, to accomodate more Short Tracks, we need to find a way to barnstorm Sprint Cup all over again.


Its not nirvana, and weekend packages are cut and dry, and even here in Eastern Iowa, we are used to the established in Sprint Cup that rookies still get a rude "WHO?" and we aren't in Virginia.


Add Comment  | February 25, 2014
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Stock Car Bowl VI 2-23-2014

1  3-Austin Dillon (R)   6


2 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3


3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


4 11-Denny Hamlin       2


5 7-Michael Annett(R)  2


6 34-David Ragan        2


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)   2


8 18-Kyle Busch         1


9 20-Matt Kenseth     1


10 35-Eric McClure    1


11 83-Ryan Truex (R) 1


12 1-Jamie McMurray 1


13 5-Kasey Kahne     1


14 10-Danica Patrick 1


15 24-Jeff Gordon     1


Add Comment  | February 23, 2014
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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board Lap 39 2-23-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)      6


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


3 11-Denny Hamlin         2


4 7-Michael Annett (R)   2


5 34-David Ragan          2


6 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.  2


7 42-Kyle Larson  (R)    2


8 18-Kyle Busch            1


9 20-Matt Kenseth         1


10 35-Eric McClure        1


11 83-Ryan Truex (R)   1


12  1-Jamie McMurray  1


13 5-Kasey Kahne       1


14 10-Danica Patrick   1


15 24-Jeff Gordon       1


Add Comment  | February 23, 2014
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Trust and Respect vs. Fear

I hate to be Mr. Sounding Board, when everyone else is Halftime like the Gator Band and Tim Tebow didn't have any other serviciable toys to say OTHER than "Boys, The Heats Off". But, I wonder if Mexico's so bad as Detroit, we'd have to air raid folks North and that's until they can fix Mexico City. I always look at Diversity in there's Another Half, and I'd want Nicole Lyons who is the same age as Kevin Harvick and Dale Jr. , but she did it for years with no diamonds.


I'd like to see roles for some of these Young Guns after the Superteam Crashes. And speaking of that, Lexington,Nashville, Knoxville, Bristol and Atlanta can use race teams again instead of movies or bad movie likenesses. I'd hate to see people change their parts because their Bob Saget or Eric Clapton like Jay Z, Master P or Busta Rhymes did, but, trueness and authenticity trumps who you married in or out of.


Learning is an apprecianticiship and if you got A Plus Times 5 AND Your an All American instead of Tyrann Mathieu, school has every right to pay you. Other than that, , your fixing to make Northwestern broke and all the Old and New Moneys go to Kentucky, Georgia or Virginia. If people want to be paid like Johnny Football and they had more bad days than good or bad parts than good, folks will catch on. If our city high schools are more city than the real city, we'd have 1 Des Moines High School and 4 Ankeny High Schools in 2033.


Add Comment  | February 23, 2014
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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board 2-20-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)   6


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


3 11-Denny Hamlin        2


4 7-Michael Annett (R)   2


5 34-David Ragan         2


6 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)   2


8 20-Matt Kenseth      1


9 35-Eric McClure       1


10 83-Ryan Truex (R) 1


11 1-Jamie McMurray  1


12 5-Kasey Kahne      1


13 10-Danica Patrick 1


14 24-Jeff Gordon     1


Add Comment  | February 21, 2014
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2014: A Cultural Odyssey

My realistic yet sage wisdom would be for 2014, trying to A)Push The Brakes on this Crazy Train B) Even if your the loser, plan better and have folks earn your victory vs. give easy wins. And, I think, too, is with Red Bull/Toro Rosso's Freefall would be worse than no accident and to add insult to injury, it would be the long awaited cut to Red Bull's Wings as we get sick of Superheroes bailing us out every Summer.


There are reasons why people do or do not come to a certain venue. What I do sense is honestly, burning through people and investors is not an Olympic Sport. I think doing things right takes more than a carelessly remorseless overhaul or a do it so the heat's off reproach.


I think this USGP era will scorch through in a big way. I feel that Austin was never an appropriate place for the USGP, especially after the raw emotions of the Indianapolis Era falling apart. If Indianapolis was done right, it would have been the long awaited permenant replacement to the Glen for a USGP home. I think it would be time to cool our heels on F1 in North America for 5 Years until we are convinced they can do it right on their own.


I think it wouldn't hurt to have Mopar and Ford in IndyCar again and Ford in F1 restarting every non-Ferrari team because I don't think anyone other than Ferrari has the money to build both engine and chassis.


Add Comment  | February 19, 2014
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Week 4 Driver of the Year

1 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 25 43


2 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 16 30


3 Christopher Bell USAC 14 61


4 Joao Barbosa USCR 12 12


5 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 10 10


6 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 8 9


7 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 34


8 Ty Dillon Nwide 5 5


9 Del Worsham NHRA 4 4


10 Justin Brayton AMASX 3 9


11 Tasker Phillips ASCS 2 6


12 James Buescher Nwide 1 1


After 4 of 40 Events


1 Christopher Bell USAC 61 -


2 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 43 18


3 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 34 27


4 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 30 31


5 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 25 36


6 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 25 36


7 Travis Cope Whelen AA 22 39


8 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 18 41


9 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 47


10 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 49


11 Jeb Burton Trucks 12 49


12 Joao Barbosa USCR 12 49


13 Andy Eckrich IMCA 10 51


14 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 10 51


15 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 9 52


16 Justin Brayton AMASX 9 52


17 Tommy Johnson,Jr. NHRA 8 53


18 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 8 53


19 Bryan Clauson USAC 6 55


20 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA 6 55


21 Tasker Phillips ASCS 6 55


22 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 5 56


23 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 56


24 Chase Elliott Nwide 5 56


25 Ty Dillon Nwide 5 56


NOT RANKED


26 Ryan Gustin USMTS 4 57


27 Antron Brown NHRA 4 57


28 Del Worsham NHRA 4 57


29 Tony Kanaan IICS 3 58


30 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 3 58


 


31 Jason Johnson ASCS 3 58


32 Scott Pruett USCR 2 59


33 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 60


34 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 1 60


35 James Buescher Nwide 1 60


Add Comment  | February 19, 2014
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The Impatience of the Fan

I always think every game or race screams "Highlight Peel..Highlight Reel...Highlight Reel" like we are itchy and not knowing better. But, what is a part of the impatience is letting someone else do the dirty work and the heavy lifting. But, we are at a low water mark in Sports History.


I think, too, I'd want regional or state level racing series. But, Corporate America is not wanting to do all the heavy lifting in this or any hemisphere for someone they need to keep happy at all times. But, we know there's another half of diversity and I'd want to uncomplicate the puzzle like you need to see greats on top of greats or it wouldn't be talked up.


Easy Wins are only easy if you make them. And, I think not wanting to show respect for anything physical property is not just not good, its alarmist. And, the only good answer to Fox Sports over Speed is sue them like crazy to compel other leagues not to do business with Fox Sports. And the lure of a Georgia is losing a luster of being "The UCLA of the Southland" as Coach Dooley said because there's too many chefs and not enough customers. I don't think "Keeping Up" is music to my ears. What is is expecting expectation like shiny new cars in a row.


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Pontiac Forever, 1927-2010

I still feel sore and sorry that Pontiac had to be waxed as part of the Infamous GM Bailout. Even though I was a Toyota for 8 Years (2004-2011), but, in my heart, I will always be a Pontiac. Even though there are more manufacturers folded since the Infamous Great Recession, but, it don't mean what might have been had Pontiac been alive instead of Buick , no thanks to China and Tiger Woods.


And, even though I wish that if I was the Bruno Mars "If Was Your Man" and giving the flowers if I had the chance, but, the problem is , not everyone has the patience to be an eager beaver. And Halloween is still the one holiday I hate even now because near that time in 2003 (October 28th), Pontiac's NASCAR Pullout was the Beginning of the End of the End for Pontiac and I was in Mrs. Burns' Room at Lisbon when I first found out and also, that helped blow the lid on the end of the Original ASA the next year, which those guys where my Baltimore Colts and my heroes didn't deserve to get slammed into a cold Northern Wisconsin Courtroom in History.


And Halloween 2010 was the Real Last Day for Pontiac. Pontiac Family Ties for me run down both sides of my family and I would have psychially paid to see a Pontiac Firebird on the Streets the same as a Chevy Camaro as I will never forgive Bob Lutz for deleting my Pontiacs, even in 2014.


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IndyMyIndy's Dale Earnhardt Story

I, IndyMyIndy, want to honor the Dale Earnhardt Legacy and not as an editoralization or trivialization, even though it is the 13th Anniversary of his loss and that turned 2001 on its head for worse and for memorably devastating, still is emotional to bear.


Even though it is okay to go on the happy tales, but it is not me in this case. I would turn back the Clock to the 1993 Hooters 500 on November 14th,1993, at Atlanta Motor Speedway there was a big part of me who didn't want Dale Earnhardt to win his 6th Winston Cup that year. I wanted Rusty Wallace to win for the Midwest and Alan Kulwicki, whom would never have the privilege of running a Brickyard 400 along with Davey Allison. But, where my emotions got hard to swallow was Lap 255 when that Phantom 1993 Winston Cup Champion Dale Earnhardt Banner came out and I was LIVID!


I didn't want to lose to nobody, I didn't want to lose to no Chevy, I didn't want to lose to No Dale Earnhardt, and I didn't want a Pontiac to lose, especially if it was or wasn't my driver. The 8 Year Old Me took it real angry and real nasty and when Pontiac went winless the next year and I took it viciously that I was not just made fun of, but my manufacturer was lampooned,too, and I really got angry.


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Stock Car Bowl VI 2-16-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)   6


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


3 7-Michael Annett (R) 2


4 34-David Ragan      2


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


6 42-Kyle Larson (R)  2


7 11-Denny Hamlin  1


8 35-Eric McClure    1


9 83-Ryan Truex (R) 1


10 1-Jamie McMurray  1


11 5-Kasey Kahne      1


12 10-Danica Patrick 1


13 24-Jeff Gordon    1


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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board 2-15-2014

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)   5


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


3 7-Michael Annett (R) 2


4 34-David Ragan       2


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


6 42-Kyle Larson (R)   2


7 11-Denny Hamlin    1


8 35-Eric McClure      1


9 83-Ryan Truex (R) 1


10 1-Jamie McMurray 1


11 5-Kasey Kahne     1


12 10-Danica Patrick 1


13 24-Jeff Gordon    1


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Stock Car Bowl VI Points Standings After 1 of 21 Events

                                                                     -         W            P           W-L


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)             136                    -          1                         4-0


2 7-Michael Annett(R)             88                   48        2                         0-0


3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.        75                  61                                    3-1


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.          61                  75                                    2-1


5 34-David Ragan                  59                 77                                    2-1


6 66-Michael Waltrip             45                 91                                    0-0


7 42-Kyle Larson(R)             43                 93                            1      0-0


8 83-Ryan Truex(R)             42                94         1                          0-0


9 26-Cole Whitt (R)             42                94                                     0-0


10 10-Danica Patrick           34               102                                   1-1


11 43-Aric Amirola              31               105                                  0-1


12 36-Reed Sorenson          30               106                                0-0


13 35-Eric McClure             26               110      1                        0-0


14  5-Kasey Kahne            21              115                                 1-1


15 1-Jamie McMurray        20              116                                 1-1


16 24-Jeff Gordon            20              116                                  1-1


17 52-Bobby LaBonte      18              118                                  0-0


18 40-Landon Cassill       18              118                                  0-0


19 77-Dave Blaney          18             118                                   0-0


20 33-Brian Scott            18             118                                  0-0


21 30-Parker Kligerman (R) 16          120                                0-0


22 21-Trevor Bayne           16           120                               0-0


23 48-Jimmie Johnson       16           120                               0-1


24 23-Alex Bowman (R)    15            121                               0-0


25 14-Tony Stewart          10            126                              0-0


26 92-Brian Keselowski       8            128                              0-0


27 9-Marcos Ambrose         6            130                              0-1


28 2-Brad Keselowski         5            131                              0-1


29 38-David Gilliand          4           132                                0-1


30 31-Ryan Newman        3            133                                0-0


31 4-Kevin Harvick          3            133                                0-0


32 27-Paul Menard          3            133                                0-1


33 15-Clint Bowyer         2            134                                 0-0


34 63-JJ Yeley               2             134                                  0-0


35 16-Greg Biffle           0             136                                 0-1



36 99-Carl Edwards      0              136                                 0-1


Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)    5


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


3 7-Michael Annett (R)  2


4 34-David Ragan        2


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


6 42-Kyle Larson (R)    2


7 35-Eric McClure        1


8 83-Ryan Truex (R)   1


9 1-Jamie McMurray   1


10 5-Kasey Kahne      1


11 10-Danica Patrick  1


12 24-Jeff Gordon     1


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Lap 200 Daytona 500 Finishing Order

1 (2) 7-Michael Annett (R)     25  10  10 45  88


2 (1) 3-Austin Dillon (R)              16            136


3 (5) 66-Michael Waltrip             14              45


4 (8) 26-Cole Whitt (R)              12              42


5 (23) 14-Tony Stewart             10              10


6 (29) 92-Brian Keselowski          8               8


7 (20) 9-Marcos  Ambrose          6               6


8 (33) 2-Brad Keselowski           5               5


9 (28) 38-David Gilliand            4               4


10 (37) 27-Paul Menard            3               3


11 (31) 23-Alex Bowman(R)     2              17


12 (9) 83-Ryan Truex(R)          1             42


13 (38) 31-Ryan Newman


14 (32) 4-Kevin Harvick


15 (36) 24-Jeff Gordon


16 (26) 78-Martin Truex,Jr.


17 (34) 5-Kasey Kahne


18 (25) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


19 (27) 1-Jamie McMurray


20 (33) 16-Greg Biffle


21(4) 36-Reed Sorenson


22 (3) 43-Aric Amirola


23 (6) 42-Kyle Larson (R)


24 (7) 40-Landon Cassill


25 (22) 63-JJ Yeley


26 (10) 77-Dave Blaney


27 (11) 35-Eric McClure


28 (24) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


29 (11) 33-Brian Scott


30 (19) 13-Casey Mears


31 (16) 34-David Ragan


32 (14) 98-Josh Wise


33 (18) 95-Michael McDowell


34 (17) 21-Trevor Bayne  160 Transmission


35 (30) 30-Parker Kligerman (R) 138 Engine


36 (13) 48-Jimmie Johnson 107 Crash


37 (15) 18-Kyle Busch  107 Crash


38 (21) 22-Joey Logano 107 Crash


NOT CLASSIFIED


39 20-Matt Kenseth 85 Engine


40 52-Bobby LaBonte 58 Engine


41 10-Danica Patrick 37 Crash


42 11-Denny Hamlin 16 Engine


43 15-Clint Bowyer  1 Engine


Lap Leader:


Dillon 101-104


Annett 105-109


Amirola 110


Sorenson 111-112


Waltrip 113-118


Larson 119-121


Cassill 122-127


Whitt 128-133


Truex 134-139


Blaney 140-144


Scott 145-149


McClure 150


Wise 151-153


Ragan 154


Bayne 155-160


McDowell 161-162


Mears 163


Ambrose 164-166


Yeley 167-169


Stewart 170


JUNIOR 171-172


Stenhouse,Jr. 173-174


Truex,Jr. 175-176


McMurray 177-179


Gilliand 180


Brian Keselowski 181


Bowman 182-183


Harvick 184-185


Biffle 186


Kahne 187


Brad K 188


Gordon 189


Menard 190


Newman 191


Dillon 192-195


Annett 196-200


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Lap 101 Daytona 500 Starting Lineup

Row 1


 3-Austin Dillon (R)


 7-Michael Annett (R)


Row 2


43-Aric Amirola


36-Reed Sorenson


Row 3


66-Michael Waltrip


42-Kyle Larson (R)


Row 4


40-Landon Cassill


26-Cole Whitt (R)


Row 5


83-Ryan Truex (R)


77-Dave Blaney


Row 6


33-Brian Scott


35-Eric McClure


Row 7


48-Jimmie Johnson


98-Josh Wise


Row 8


18-Kyle Busch


34-David Ragan


Row 9


21-Trevor Bayne


95-Michael McDowell


Row 10


13-Casey Mears


 9-Marcos Ambrose


Row 11


22-Joey Logano


63-JJ Yeley


Row 12


14-Tony Stewart


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 13


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


Row 14


 1-Jamie McMurray


38-David Giliiand


Row 15


92-Brian Keselowski


30-Parker Kligerman (R)


Row 16


23-Alex Bowman (R)


 4-Kevin Harvick


Row 17


16- Greg Biffle


 5-Kasey Kahne


Row 18


 2-Brad Keselowski


24-Jeff Gordon


Row 19


27-Paul Menard


31-Ryan Newman


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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board As Of Lap 101 of the Daytona 500

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)    5


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


3 34-David Ragan         2


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


5 42-Kyle Larson (R)    2


6 35-Eric McClure        1


7 83-Ryan Truex(R)    1


8 7-Michael Annett (R) 1


9 1-Jamie McMurray    1


10 5-Kasey Kahne      1


11 10-Danica Patrick  1


12 24-Jeff Gordon     1


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Stock Car Bowl VI As Of Lap 101 of the Daytona 500

                                                                   -               W         P           W-L


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)                   120             -               1                      4-0


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.              75            45                                      3-1


3 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                61            59                                     2-1


4 34-David Ragan                        59            61                                     2-1


5  7-Michael Annett   (R)              43            77             1                      0-0


6 42-Kyle Larson (R)                    41            79                     1             0-0


7 83-Ryan Truex (R)                    41           79            1                       0-0


8 10-Danica Patrick                     34           86                                     1-0


9 66-Michael Waltrip                   31           89                                     0-0


10 43-Aric Amirola                     31          89                                      0-1


11 36-Reed Sorenson                 30         90                                       0-0


12 26-Cole Whitt (R)                  30         90                                      0-0


13 35-Eric McClure                    26         94            1                         0-0


14  5-Kasey Kahne                   21          99                                      1-1


15 1-Jamie McMurray              20         100                                      1-1


16 24-Jeff Gordon                   20         100                                      1-1


17 52-Bobby LaBonte              18         102                                      0-0


18 40-Landon Cassill               18         102                                      0-0


19 77-Dave Blaney                 18         102                                      0-0


20 33-Brian Scott                   18         102                                      0-0


21 30-Parker Kligerman (R)    16         104                                      0-0


22 21-Trevor Bayne               16         104                                      0-0


23 48-Jimmie Johnson           16         104                                      0-1


24 23-Alex Bowman (R)        15         105                                       0-0


25 31-Ryan Newman             3          117                                       0-0


26 4-Kevin Harvick               3           117                                       0-0


27 15-Clint Bowyer              2           118                                      0-0


28 63-JJ Yeley                     2          118                                     0-0


29 16-Greg Biffle                0           120                                     0-1


30 38-David Gilliand           0           120                                     0-1


31 27-Paul Menard             0           120                                     0-1


32 2-Brad Keselowski        0            120                                     0-1


33 99-Carl Edwards          0            120                                     0-1


34 9-Marcos Ambrose      0             120                                     0-1


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Stock Car Bowl VI Points Standings After Lap 100, Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board and Inversion Points Standings

                                                                        -                  W           P         W-L


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)                             95          -                                           4-0


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.                      75         20                                          3-1


3 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                        61        34                                           2-1


4 34-David Ragan                                59        36                                          2-1


5 83-Ryan Truex (R)                            37        58               1                         0-0


6 42-Kyle Larson (R)                           35        60                                1        0-0


7 10-Danica Patrick                             34       61                                           1-1


8  7-Michael Annett (R)                       27       68               1                          0-0


9 35-Eric McClure                               25       70               1                          0-0


10 26-Cole Whitt (R)                          25       70                                           0-0


11 5-Kasey Kahne                             21       74                                           1-1


12 66-Michael Waltrip                        21      74                                            0-0


13 1-Jamie McMurray                        20      75                                            1-1


14 24-Jeff Gordon                            20       75                                            1-1


15 52-Bobby LaBonte                       18       77                                           0-0


16 36-Reed Sorenson                      18        77                                          0-0


17 43-Aric Amirola                          17        78                                          0-1


18 30-Parker Kligerman(R)              16       79                                          0-0


19 21-Trevor Bayne                       16       79                                           0-0


20 48-Jimmie Johnson                   16      79                                            0-1


21 33-Brian Scott                         16      79                                             0-0


22 23-Alex Bowman (R)                15     80                                              0-0


23 77-Dave Blaney                       15     80                                              0-0


24 40-Landon Cassill                    12     83                                              0-0


25 31-Ryan Newman                     3     92                                              0-0


26 4-Kevin Harvick                       3     92                                               0-0


27 15-Clint Bowyer                      2      93                                              0-0


28 63-JJ Yeley                            2       93                                              0-0


29 16-Greg Biffle                        0      95                                              0-1


30 38-David Gilliand                   0      95                                              0-1


31 27-Paul Menard                    0      95                                              0-1


32 2-Brad Keselowski                0     95                                               0-1


33 99-Carl Edwards                  0     95                                               0-1


34 9-Marcos Ambrose               0    95                                                0-1


Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)    4


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


3 34-David Ragan          2


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


5 42-Kyle Larson(R)    1


6 35-Eric McClure       1


7 83-Ryan Truex (R)  1


8 7-Michael Annett (R) 1


9 1-Jamie McMurray   1


10 5-Kasey Kahne     1


11 10-Danica Patrick 1


12 24-Jeff Gordon  1


Inversion Points Standings


 3-Austin Dillon (R)  25 120


7-Michael Annett (R) 16 43


43-Aric Amirola        14 31


36-Reed Sorenson    12 30


66-Michael Waltrip   10 31


42-Kyle Larson (R)    8 43


40-Landon Cassill     6 18


26-Cole Whitt (R)   5 30


83-Ryan Truex (R) 4 41


77-Dave Blaney    3 18


33-Brian Scott      2 18


35-Eric McClure   1 26


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Daytona 500 Lap 100 Finishing Order

1 (27) 35-Eric McClure       25                   25


2 (26) 33-Brian Scott                 16           16


3 (23) 77-Dave Blaney              14            15


4 (17) 83-Ryan Truex (R)          12            37


5 (10) 26-Cole Whitt                 10            25


6 (18) 40-Landon Cassill             8            12


7 (1) 42-Kyle Larson (R)             6            35


8 (6) 66-Michael Waltrip             5            21


9 (7) 36-Reed Sorenson             4           18


10 (13) 43-Aric Amirola             3           17


11 (16) 7-Michael Annett(R)      2           27


12 (11) 3-Austin Dillon (R)       1          95


13 (14) 48-Jimmie Johnson


14 (28) 98-Josh Wise


15 (41) 18-Kyle Busch


16 (3) 34-David Ragan


17 (5) 21-Trevor Bayne


18 (30) 95-Michael McDowell


19 (37) 13-Casey Mears


20 (43) 9-Marcos Ambrose


21 (33) 22-Joey Logano


22 (22) 63-JJ Yeley


23 (35) 14-Tony Stewart


24 (2) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


25 (8) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


26 (31) 78-Martin Truex,Jr.


27 (25) 1-Jamie McMurray


28 (40) 38-David Gilliand


29 (30) 92-Brad Keselowski


30 (15) 30-Parker Kligerman (R)


31 (12) 23-Alex Bowman (R)


32 (20) 4-Kevin Harvick


33 (38) 16-Greg Biffle


34 (24) 5-Kasey Kahne


35 (29) 2-Brad Keselowski


36 (34) 24-Jeff Gordon


37 (32) 27-Paul Menard


38 (19) 31-Ryan Newman


39 (42) 20-Matt Kenseth 85 Engine


40 (4) 52-Bobby LaBonte 58 Engine


41 (9) 10-Danica Patrick 37 Crash


42 (36) 11-Denny Hamlin 16 Engine


43 (21) 15-Clint Bowyer  1 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Larson 1-4


JUNIOR 5


Ragan 6-8


B. LaBonte 9


Bayne 10-11


Waltrip 12-13


Sorenson 14-17


Stenhouse,Jr. 18-21


Patrick 22


Whitt 23-27


Dillon 28-33


Bowman 34-39


Amirola 40-41


Johnson 42-48


Kligerman 49-51


Annett 52-60


Truex  61-62


Cassill 63-66


Newman 67


Harvick 68-70


Yeley 71-77


Blaney 78-86


Kahne 87


J-Mac 88


Scott 89-94


McClure 95-100


Lap 101 Inversion Number Between 2 and 38:12 


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Daytona 500 Lap 1 Starting Lineup

Row 1


42-Kyle Larson (R)


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 2


34-David Ragan


52-Bobby LaBonte


Row 3


21-Trevor Bayne


66-Michael Waltrip


Row 4


36-Reed Sorenson


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 5


10-Danica Patrick


26-Cole Whitt(R)


Row 6


 3-Austin Dillon (R)


23-Alex Bowman (R)


Row 7


43-Aric Amirola


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 8


30-Parker Kligerman (R)


 7-Michael Annett (R)


Row 9


83-Ryan Truex (R)


40-Landon Cassill


Row 10


31-Ryan Newman


  4-Kevin Harvick


Row 11


15-Clint Bowyer


63-JJ Yeley


Row 12


77-Dave Blaney


 5-Kasey Kahne


Row 13


 1-Jamie McMurray


33-Brian Scott


Row 14


35-Eric McClure


98-Josh Wise


Row 15


 2-Brad Keselowski


92-Brian Keeslowski


Row 16


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


27-Paul Menard


Row 17


22-Joey Logano


24-Jeff Gordon


Row 18


14-Tony Stewart


11-Denny Hamlin


Row 19


13-Casey Mears


16-Greg Biffle


Row 20


95-Michael McDowell


38-David Gilliand


Row 21


18-Kyle Busch


20-Matt Kenseth


Row 22


 9-Marcos Ambrose


Guys (Or Girls) Who Did Not Qualify


32-Terry LaBonte     1


47-AJ Allemindinger 1


55-Brian Vickers      1


87-Joe Nemechek    1


41-Kurt Busch         1


93-Morgan Shepard 1


99-Carl Edwards     1


51-Justin Allgaier (R) 1


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Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board After Twin 125s and Inversion

1 3-Austin Dillon (R)   4


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


3 34-David Ragan          2


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.  2


5 83-Ryan Truex(R)      1


6  7-Michael Annett (R) 1


7 42-Kyle Larson (R)    1


8  1-Jamie McMurray    1


9  5-Kasey Kahne        1


10 10-Danica Patrick   1


11 24-Jeff Gordon      1


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Inversion Points Order and Standings

 42-Kyle Larson (R)   25 29


 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 16 61


 34-David Ragan         14 59


52-Bobby LaBonte      12 18


21-Trevor Bayne        10 16


66-Michael Waltrip       8  16


36-Reed Sorenson       6 14


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 5 75


10-Danica Patrick         4 34


26-Cole Whitt (R)        3 15


 3-Austin Dillon(R)      2  94


23-Alex Bowman(R)    1 15


Stock Car Bowl V Inversion Points Order and Standings


                                                                   -             W                P         W-L


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)     94                            -                                           4-0


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 75                        19                                         3-1


3 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.  61                        33                                          2-1


4 34-David Ragan          59                       35                                           2-1


5 10-Danica Patrick       34                       60                                           1-1


6 42-Kyle Larson(R)      29                       65                                 1        0-0


7 83-Ryan Truex (R)     25                       69            1                             0-0


8  7-Michael Annett(R)  25                      69            1                             0-0


9 5-Kasey Kahne          21                      73                                           1-1


10  1-Jamie McMurray   20                    74                                            1-1


11 24-Jeff Gordon         20                    74                                            1-1


12 52-Bobby LaBonte    18                    76                                            0-0


13 21-Trevor Bayne      16                    78                                            0-0


14 66-Michael Waltrip   16                    78                                            0-0


15 30-Parker Kligerman (R) 16             78                                            0-0


16 48-Jimmie Johnson  16                   78                                            0-1


17 23-Alex Bowman (R) 15                 79                                             0-0


18 26-Cole Whitt(R)     15                  79                                              0-0


19 36-Reed Sorenson   14                 80                                               0-0


20 43-Aric Amirola        14                80                                               0-1


21 40-Landon Cassill        4               90                                               0-0


22 31-Ryan Newman       3               91                                                0-0


23 4-Kevin Harvick         3               91                                                0-0


24 15-Clint Bowyer        2                92                                                0-0


25 63-JJ Yeley               2               92                                                0-0


26 77-Dave Blaney        1               93                                                0-0


27 16-Greg Biffle           0              94                                                 0-1


28 38-David Gilliand      0             94                                                  0-1


29 27-Paul Menard        0            94                                                   0-1


30  2-Brad Keselowski   0              94                                                0-1


31 99-Carl Edwards      0               94                                               0-1


32 9-Marcos Ambrose  0                94                                               0-1


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Stock Car Bowl VI Points Standings After Twin 125s

                                                                                        -        W       P         W   -    L


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)                         92                             -                              4    -   0


1 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.                  70                             22                           3    -   1


3 34-David Ragan                            45                            47                            2    -   1


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                    45                            47                           2     -   1


5 10-Danica Patrick                         30                            62                           1   -     1


6 83-Ryan Truex (R)                       25                            67     1                    0    -     0


7  7-Michael Annett(R)                   25                            67      1                    0    -    0


8  5-Kasey Kahne                          21                            71                            1   -     1


9 1-Jamie McMurray                      20                            72                            1  -      1


10 24-Jeff Gordon                        20                            72                            1   -     1


11 30-Parker Kligerman (R)          16                            76                           0    -     0


12 48-Jimmie Johnson                 16                           76                             0   -     1


13 23-Alex Bowman (R)              14                            78                            0    -     0


14 43-Aric Amirola                     14                             78                           0    -      1


15 26-Cole Whitt (R)                  12                             80                           0   -      0


16 36-Reed Sorenson                  8                              84                           0   -     0


17 66-Michael Waltrip                  8                             84                           0    -     0


18 52-Bobby LaBonte                  6                             86                           0   -      0


19 21-Trevor Bayne                    6                             86                           0   -      0


20 40-Landon Cassill                   4                             88                           0   -    0


21 42-Kyle Larson (R)                4                               88                          0   -     0


22 31-Ryan Newman                  3                               89                         0   -     0


23  4-Kevin Harvick                    3                              89                          0   -    0


24 15-Clint Bowyer                     2                             90                           0  -    0


25 63-JJ Yeley                           2                               90                         0   -   0


26 77-Dave Blaney                     1                               91                       0    -   0


27 16-Greg Biffle                       0                                92                        0  -   1


28 38-David Gilliand                 0                                 92                        0  -   1


29 27-Paul Menard                    0                                92                        0  -   1


30  2-Brad Keselowski               0                                92                        0  -   1


31  99-Carl Edwards                  0                               92                         0  -  1


32  9-Marcos Ambrose              0                               92                          0 -  1


Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)   4


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.  3


3 34-David Ragan     2


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


5 83-Ryan Truex (R)  1


6 7-Michael Annett (R) 1


7 1-Jamie McMurray    1


8 5-Kasey Kahne        1


9 10-Danica Patrick    1


10 24-Jeff Gordon      1


Lap 1 Lucky # Between 2 and 43 is 17  


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Twin 125's Race #2 Finishing Order

1 (18)  7-Michael Annett (R)   25  25 2nd


2 (22) 48-Jimmie Johnson      16  16 4th


3 (19) 23-Alex Bowman (R)   14   14 6th


4 (20) 26-Cole Whitt      (R)   12  12 8th


5 (1) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.   10  70 10th


6 (9) 66-Michael Waltrip            8   8 12th


7 (5) 52-Bobby LaBonte            6   6  14th


8 (2) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.       5   45 16th


9 (12) 40-Landon Cassill           4   4   18th


10 (16) 4-Kevin Harvick            3   3 20th


11 (14) 63-JJ Yeley                  2   2  22nd


12 (3) 5-Kasey Kahne              1  21 24th


13 (13) 33-Brian Scott                      26th


14 (15) 98-Josh Wise                       28th


15 (21) 92-Brian Keselowski             30th


16 (25) 27-Paul Menard                  32nd


17 (4) 24-Jeff Gordon                    34th


18(17) 11-Denny Hamlin                36th


19 (23) 16-Greg Biffle                   38th


20 (24) 38-David Gilliand             40th


21 (7) 20-Matt Kenseth  19 Crash 42nd


 


22 (6) 32-Terry LaBonte 19 Crash DNQ


23 (11) 55-Brian Vickers 19 Crash DNQ


24 (8) 41-Kurt Busch      19 Crash DNQ


25 (10) 93-Morgan Shepard 7 Engine DNQ


Lap Leaders:


Stenhouse,Jr. 1


Earnhardt,Jr. 2-3


Kahne 4-8


Gordon 9


T. LaBonte 10-11


B. LaBonte 12-15


Kenseth 16-19


Waltrip 20


Cassill 21-23


Scott 24-25


Yeley 26-29


Wise 30-31


Harvick 32


Hamlin 33-36


Annett 37-40


Bowman 41-43


Whitt 44-46


Brian Keselowski 47


Annett 48-50


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Twin 125's Race #1 Finishing Order

1 ( 21) 83-Ryan Truex (R)         25           25    1st


2  (22) 30-Parker Kligerman (R) 16          16    3rd


3 (24) 43-Aric Amirola               14          14    5th


4 (1)  3-Austin Dillon (R)            12          92   7th


5 (4) 10-Danica Patrick              10         30    9th


6 (15) 36-Reed Sorenson             8          8    11th


7 (7) 21-Trevor Bayne                 6          6    13th


8 (2) 34-David Ragan                  5        45     15th


9 (19) 42-Kyle Larson (R)            4         4      17th


10 (16) 31-Ryan Newman           3         3      19th


11 (9) 15-Clint Bowyer               2         2     21st


12 (18) 77-Dave Blaney             1         1     23rd


13 (3) 1-Jamie McMurray                            25th


14 (14) 35-Eric McClure                              27th


15 (26) 2-Brad Keselowski                          29th


16 (8) 78-Martin Truex,Jr.                          31st


17 (13) 22-Joey Logano                             33rd


18 (17) 14-Tony Stewart                           35th


19 (5) 13-Casey Mears                             37th


20 (12) 95-Michael McDowell                    39th


21 (11) 18-Kyle Busch                             41st


22 (25) 9-Marcos Ambrose                       43rd


 


23 (20) 51-Justin Allgaier (R)                  DNQ


24 (23) 99-Carl Edwards                        DNQ


25 (6) 47-AJ Allemindinger                    DNQ


26 (10) 87-Joe Nemechek  1 Engine      DNQ


Lap Leaders:


Dillon 1-4


Patrick 5


Ragan 6-8


McMurray 9-12


Mears 13


Allemindinger 14-16


Bayne 17-19


Truex,Jr. 20


Bowyer 21-22


Ky. Busch 23-26


McDowell 27-31


Logano 32


McClure 33-34


Sorenson 35-37


Newman 38


Stewart 39-40


Blaney 41


Larson 42-43


Allgaier 44


Truex 45-47


Kligerman 48


Truex 49-50


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Twin 125s Race #2 Starting Order

Row 1


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 2


 5-Kasey Kahne


24-Jeff Gordon


Row 3


52-Bobby LaBonte


32-Terry LaBonte


Row 4


20-Matt Kenseth


41-Kurt Busch


Row 5


66-Michael Waltrip


93-Morgan Shepard


Row 6


55-Brian Vickers


40-Landon Cassill


Row 7


33-Brian Scott


63-JJ Yeley


Row 8


98-Josh Wise


 4-Kevin Harvick


Row 9


11-Denny Hamlin


 7-Michael Annett (R)


Row 10


23-Alex Bowman (R)


26-Cole Whitt (R)


Row 11


92-Brian Keselowski


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 12


16-Greg Biffle


38-David Gilliand


Row 13


27-Paul Menard


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Twin 125s Race 1 Starting Order

Row 1


 3-Austin Dillon (R)


34-David Ragan


Row 2


 1-Jamie McMurray


10-Danica Patrick


Row 3


13-Casey Mears


47-AJ Allemindinger


Row 4


21-Trevor Bayne


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


Row 5


15-Clint Bowyer


87-Joe Nemechek


Row 6


18-Kyle Busch


95-Michael McDowell


Row 7


22-Joey Logano


35-Eric McClure


Row 8


36-Reed Sorenson


31-Ryan Newman


Row 9


14-Tony Stewart


77-Dave Blaney


Row 10


42-Kyle Larson(R)


51-Justin Allgaier (R)


Row 11


83-Ryan Truex (R)


30-Parker Kligerman (R)


Row 12


 99-Carl Edwards


43-Aric Amirola


Row 13


 9-Marcos Ambrose


 2-Brad Keselowski


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Stock Car Bowl VI After Daytona Pit Crew Competition

                                                                                 -            W            P           W-L


1 3-Austin Dillon(R)                                   80             -                                        4-0


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.                          60             20                                       3-1


3 34-David Ragan                                    40             40                                      2-1


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                           40             40                                       2-1


5  1-Jamie McMurray                               20            60                                        1-1


6 5-Kasey Kahne                                     20           60                                        1-1


7 10-Danica Patrick                                 20          60                                         1-1


8 24-Jeff Gordon                                     20          60                                         1-1


9 48-Jimmie Johnson                                 0          80                                         0-1   44th


10 99-Carl Edwards                                   0          80                                         0-1  45th


11 16-Greg Biffle                                      0          80                                         0-1  46th


12 43-Aric Amirola                                    0          80                                         0-1 47th


13 38-David Gilliand                                 0          80                                          0-1  48th


14  9-Marcos Ambrose                              0         80                                           0-1  49th


15 27-Paul Menard                                   0         80                                           0-1 50th


16  2-Brad Keselowski                              0        80                                            0-1 51st


Stock Car Bowl VI Win Board


1 3-Austin Dillon (R)       4


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


3 34-David Ragan           2


4 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.  2


5  1-Jamie McMurray     1


6 5-Kasey Kahne          1


7 10-Danica Patrick      1


8 24-Jeff Gordon          1


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Stock Car Bowl VI Pit Crew Competition Daytona

1st Round


 6 5-Kasey Kahne over 11 38-David Gilliand


 3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. over 14 27-Paul Menard


 7 10-Danica Patrick over 10 43-Aric Amirola


 2 34-David Ragan over 15 2-Brad Keselowski


 12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. over 5 99-Carl Edwards


 4 1-Jamie McMurray over 13 9-Marcos Ambrose


 8 24-Jeff Gordon over 9 16-Greg Biffle


 16 3-Austin Dillon over 1 48-Jimmie Johnson


2nd Round Pit Crew Competition


 6 5-Kasey Kahne vs. 3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


 7 10-Danica Patrick vs. 2 34-David Ragan


 12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. vs. 4 1-Jamie McMurray


16 3-Austin Dillon vs. 8 24-Jeff Gordon


2nd Round


3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. over 6 5-Kasey Kahne


 2 34-David Ragan over 7 10-Danica Patrick


12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. over 4 1-Jamie McMurray


16 3-Austin Dillon over 8 24-Jeff Gordon


Pit Crew Competition Semifinals


3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. vs. 2 34-David Ragan


16 3-Austin Dillon vs. 12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Semifinals


 3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. over 2 34-David Ragan


16 3-Austin Dillon over 12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Pit Crew Competition Finals


16 3-Austin Dillon vs. 3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Finals


16 3-Austin Dillon over 3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Coming Up Next, Stock Car Bowl VI Points and Win Board


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State of World Open Wheel

I feel hurt over the state of World Open Wheel. What's worse than not getting our economy together, is not getting our order right. I think, in honesty, Simona de Silvestro would be 29th out of 30 in a 2015 F1 Grid, only beating Kurt Busch. I am still sore over Johnathan Summerton having USF1 fall apart before the word "GO!".


And, I get madder than a wet hen my bring Sam Hornish,Jr back North Tour fell apart over foolish pride. I can't tell between foolish and fooled and worse, I'd still keep on trucking for Chase Austin as his Indy 500 bid can't and won't fall apart again.


I'd like to see Ford back in Open Wheel as a reliable and servicable option. I get sick of every other Non-Ferrari Brand dancing with their tail between their legs and that is just the working parts. KERS was more than an unwanted house guest, and to add injuries to injuries, especially those that weren't necessary, changing from V8 to V6 with no notice was the official wussification of tech. Part of what made F1 F1 was  that Lap 20 or 25 or 40 Stop for Tires and Fuel. If Nicole Lyons was in F1 for the Next 5 Years, she'd win 10 Races A Year for 5 Years as I'd get sick of diversity being more one-sided than Kentucky always losing to Florida, no matter how miserable the Gators tried stooping.


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All Offense (Like I Need To)

I think I hate to be all offense like calling Cam Newton Elite as we don't have NFL Expansion or Rival League in 2014, but, we need to be more realistic over how people operate. And, I think dealing with a full season title would be better for a good long while vs. having to put up an SCCA Styled Runoff. Even then, it would mean the regular season would need an NHL Styled President's Trophy with no cheesy seeding or worse.


And, some of us don't know different and that is scary. I don't want no "Nice Story" as I would prefer the Storybook instead of the Horror Stories. And to add it all up, epics and sagas need to be used correctly like a properly built Small Block Chevy.


When folks don't have a good last name or worse, good family history, it is hard to establish anyone in life or in the community. And, dealing with issues from the bottom instead of Touchdown Dancing like Drake and live the movie vs. the song. I like to be imaginary or try to build better, but community does need to join you instead of be at home 24-7. Diversity is the future and I think still, people are wildly unaware and unaligned to anyone but who brought them there as media can say all they can, and if the institution can't let you win, we need to help 50-100 Employee Companies stay in the game,too, versus be flatfooted or fall apart because their part of my town,too.


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Week 3 Driver of the Year

1 Spencer Pumpelly USCR  25 25


2 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup  16 28


3 Christopher Bell USAC    14 47


4 Jeb Burton Trucks          12 12


5 Travis Cope Whelen AA 10 22


6 Eddie Krawiek  NHRA     8  8


7 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA  6  6


8 Chase Elliott Nwide       5  5


9 Ryan Gustin USMTS      4  4


10 Jason Johnson ASCS   3 3


11 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 2 18


12 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 1 1


After 3 of 40 Events


1 Christopher Bell USAC  47  -


2 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 28 19


3 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 25 22


4 Spencer Pumpelly USCR 25 22


5 Travis Cope Whelen AA 22 25


6 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 18 29


7 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 16 31


8 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 14 33


9 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 33


10 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 35


11 Jeb Burton Trucks 12 35


12 Andy Eckrich IMCA 10 37


13 Tommy Johnson NHRA 8 39


14 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 8 39


15 Bryan Clauson USAC 6 41


16 Justin Brayton AMASX 6 41


17 Lee Pulliam Whelen AA 6 41


18 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 5 42


19 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 42


20 Chase Elliott Nwide 5 42


21 Antron Brown NHRA 4 43


22 Tasker Phillips ASCS 4 43


23 Ryan Gustin USMTS 4 43


24 Tony Kanaan IICS 3 44


25 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 3 44


 


26 Jason Johnson ASCS 3 44


27 Scott Pruett USCR 2 45


28 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 46


29 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 1 46


30 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 1 46


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10 Years Forward and Still, 10 Years to Go

I think in this world of Cowboys vs. Indians and a lot of cultural and emotional unawareness runs around like a nasty drug. Worse, I loathe the fact we can tolerate nearly anyone in Sports or Entertainment without taking a decent look at character. And that means going from LA to Denver to Miami to New Jersey treating the whole world as a smoking and toking section.


And, I don't love hypocrites, and I am all forward. But, the past needs care, the chronology needs chronicled and we are all not happy to just be there. I would run from anything detrimental and that is all me and I still wish there where more of me who had awareness not to mess with cars, family, friends, family friends, region, city, state, town or mannerisms.


A Pyramid of Success is not to be taken lightly. I don't want no pathological liars and stealers , or worse, raconteurs. The latter is not fun, and folks will take umbridge and them some.


The morals and ethics are us and I wonder if Vallejo would be intercepted if they file for bankruptcy again because not even New York in the 1970s and Philadelphia in the 1980s would have fell for.


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1994 : The Way I Remembered It

Hello, I would like to start this story with the way 1993 Ended as I was incensed, in kind words, when Rusty Wallace didn't win the Winston Cup for the Midwest. And, to add insult to injury, Penske went from Pontiac to Ford. And I was expecting better , after the Floods took away my Grand Prix and Davey Allison died in that helicopter and Red Farmer oddly enough, lived. With the ASA coming to my fair city, Cedar Rapids and Hawkeye Downs, on the 4th of July, that made my life and Steve Holzhausen winning and even though a lot of folks still don't think highly of Mike Eddy out here in Cedar Rapids, but, I still remember his heroics like yesterday even though his golden days came before I watched ASA every week on TV.


I was incensed and fearful when Darrell Alderman came back to NHRA after a 2 Year Suspension, and I am still,even now. But, when Neil Bonnett died, and this was before the Internet, Mrs. Hunt had to pull me to the side and say Neil Bonnett died. I felt he should have been my sports John Madden, even in 2014, AND this is an age of lacking narrators, and being piledriven with salesmen.


And, with Ayrton Senna dying on May Day, 1994, that made the real Whole World stop. And Pontiac was down the road to a Winless Year in BGN and Cup and Pontiac ties on both sides of my family  helped me be a Pontiac Man and I am still am in Spirit even though there haven't been any new cars from them in 2010 and I still wish Pontiac would have been contributiors in this rise and shine of this economy instead of being broker than broke can humanly imagine.


And, on August 19th, 1994 , when I thought Ernie Irvan would have died, but he lived, and what still works me up even now is letting Dale Earnhardt tie the King Richard Petty. And October 23rd, 1994, when the Man In Black, Dale Earnhardt, Sr. tied King Richard Petty, it was a little too much for me to bear. And three weeks later, Bob Frey's "Alderman and Geoffrion finish 1 and 2 in the 1994 NHRA Winston Pro Stock Standings" rang out of the LA County Fairplex like a Vietnam Styled Flashback for my soul, and I was just a kid then. And Pontiac went 0 for 59 in BGN and Cup that year, which was too much and then some and I can't stand losing, even now and worse, when you lost to someone who played outside the rules or the lines instead of being honest.


And now, at almost 30, and having denounced my Toyota Citizenship 3 Years Ago because Red Bull "abandoned" my sport of Stock Car Racing and that is so far from a lighthearted allegation and I take NASCAR and Indianapolis Motor Speedway like "my" teams and that, my friends is no understatement. And the 1990s NHRA Heroes, and for good reason, I always couldn't stand to lose to are WJ and John Force and even now, even though I am a Pontiac in spirit, but, I am A GIANT Matt Hagan and Jeg Coughlin,Jr. Fan because Matt Hagan sent me his Christmas Card and Jeg Coughlin,Jr.'s Jegs have been good to be since Gary St. Amant signed his Jegs Cap in 2007 and I prefer being a Jeg's instead of a Lucky Dog. And, even though I am happy to contribute to the Post Modern Racing History where the Modern Capstone jumped off, but, I still want to see Role Models for Children, because we grow up, too, and even though I still can't deny I have an anger issue because of my Autism/Asperger's, even though it is not as severe as when I was a kid, but, people reward you for doing work vs. beaching at home like the coast is clear and even though certain issues get me worked up to all get out, but, people's stripes can't easily be changed, if at all.


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20 Year Thought Process

Even if I was reading Corporatese, I'd still want to know if I was dealing in 20 Year Rotten Deals, to paraphrase Jim Crane. We can't be physically in a stomach twisting corner to not say no, especially if it is your team or relative. And, CSN Houston's funders borrowed more than the plane, and that is not good. If it was Chicago, the Owners would be even more contributing than some of the corporate squite.


I think this year in Celebrity is a Fallow Year, even for those who lived through 1994 or the 1960s. Fallow would mean like Civil War era losses, namely in a row. And, I think the fudgery that Schumi that is being put through is uncalled for and negliegent, and if it was a United States Hospital, I'd stop keeping him online like he is a Matrix Character.


And, I want a 20 Year Thought Process and in motorsports and a lot of other sports, diversity is a necessary but not always wanted evil. I would feel happier if economies rose higher than Wuthering Heights again, because Tragedy is something I can't physically stand and if your a real Dynasty, ain't nothing wrong with a Closed Set.


I feel as much as I would be great at being a winner, I would be an even worse loser, especially if someone did me wrong over and over and again and again. I think what Dwight Howard is not aware of is he earned his All Star Snub, namely over the last 4 Years.


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The Right to Remain in Good Judgment

Even though it is not in my character to play Bob Costas,Frey, Ley, and Jenkins at the same dang time, but, Metta World, even though his last name is Peace, doesn't have a legal right to talk about Marcus Smart without a Lawyer Present. And worse, the New York Knicks or Chicago Bulls draw 14th in this Springs NBA Draft Lottery and land Marcus Smart or worse, Andrew Bynum's Flea Circus has its 5th Stop Under 30 in Indianapolis and it'd be another 15 Years to NBA Gold and you got socked with another 1 and Doner that you flatfooted in.


And, fans are a part of the field,too. And we can't just be gladiating people into fistfights or worse, egging Carmelo on. I think what is spooky is the acceptabilty of Non-Standards in F1, and I wouldn't want to come back to F1 if Gene Haas took Danica and Kurt Busch and Smoke and Angry can't pull 1 Sunday Together.


Smoke is SO NOT Dale Sr. . I am thinking people respect you if you don't just play them like punks. And, The Dallas Cowboys will win 7 More Super Bowls and as much as Seattle's Bump and Run Pressure led them to Gold, but, Pete Carroll ain't respected and Denver earned her stigma. The kids these schools recruit could bring the wrong kind of heroes and if you owe money like Manziel or Clowney, I think the NCAA should at least have 8 National Signing Days just to make the Central Iowas and Alabamas on a level field again.


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Can't Always Turn Back Time in Des Moines

I think with Des Moines Public Schools hegemony becoming so common since 2006, that legit School Sponsored Programs like Aircraft Maintenance have taken a slide. I think that since Ray Cross retired, I think Des Moines International Airport has increasingly became more pro-business. And to show, on the fact is the Airport Commission can't always afford to be generous if the school doesn't have enough kids in the elective and it is not a Suburban or Rural School where you could play with the offerings.


And, its 2014, and I think CVS dropping Tobacco Sales by October 1st is a Harbinger of Tobacco Control's Longer Term Coming of Age after the 1998 Tobacco Settlement Agreement and the fact Street Drugs Pervasiveness has grown more and more of a hold.


I hate to be on a tangent about bad decisions affecting legit clubs, but, the one district in my state I would absolutely, positively refuse to base any office out of is Des Moines Public Schools. It's long and complex, and you can't always overcrowd the smart people with Lawyers and Insurers. They can't always carry the heavy load and worse, everyday people need to be more in center. My offer for Iowa Speedway is to have Sprint Cup, Drive for Diversity Racing and Drive for Diversity Venue Training. If NASCAR's going to be here, at least let us learn as much as having fun.


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2014 Week 2 Driver of the Year

1 Michael Annett Sprint Cup  25 25


2 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 16 16


3 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 14


4 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 12


5 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 10 12


6 Christopher Bell USAC 8 33


7 Justin Brayton AMASX 6 6


8 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 5


9 Tasker Phillips ASCS 4 4


10 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 3 3


11 Scott Pruett USCR 2 2


12 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 1 1


After 2 of 40 Events


1 Christopher Bell USAC 33 -


2 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 25 8


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 16 17


4 Ryan Truex Sprint Cup 16 17


5 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 14 19


6 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 14 19


7 Travis Cope Whelen AA 12 21


8 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 12 21


9 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 12 21


10 Andy Eckrich IMCA 10 23


11 Tommy Johnson,Jr. NHRA 8 25


12 Bryan Clauson USAC 6 27


13 Justin Brayton AMASX 6 27


14 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 5 28


15 Parker Kligerman Sprint Cup 5 28


16 Antron Brown NHRA 4 29


17 Tasker Phillips ASCS 4 29


18 Tony Kanaan IICS 3 30


19 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 3 30


20 Scott Pruett USCR 2 31


21 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 32


22 Justin Allgaier Sprint Cup 1 32


Add Comment  | February 4, 2014
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Formula One 2014: What A Nightmare!

I think Gene Haas and Kurt Busch will become permantently NASCAR's Least Wanted if they go to Formula One and those seeds are not just seeds. And frankly, Ecclestone's Job Status is Blacker than Black than Humanly Imagined and Renault not doing their job and I am wanting to throw rocks at the Hamiltons that played the world for punks.


And, worse, those cars look nastier than most IndyCars. To me, I want Formula 1 Standards, not Vettel, Vettel, Vettel, Vettel, Vettel, Vettel. And I am more than happy to fire Austin and New Jersey's USGP Bids for All Time. And I think Ross Brawn's Retirement is a dirty seed allowed to win immediately and repeatedly.


And, to add it all up, I don't see a reminder of this is why it is a Formula One Field. And even if they where 29 and Rookies, I'd like to see those who really paid their dues versus extorted for a living and the looney tunes of 2014 is a pain in the neck.


Every other world sports and open wheel series from ASCS to USAC to Modifieds to Austrailian V8 have some good field, but, F1 is a sad,sad, sad mess that needed to be fixed years ago.


Add Comment  | February 1, 2014
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Week 1 2014 Driver of the Year

1 Christopher Bell   USAC   25   25


2 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 16   16


3 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 14  14


4 Travis Cope Whelen AA  12   12


5 Andy Eckrich IMCA         10  10


6 Tommy Johnson,Jr NHRA   8  8


7 Bryan Clauson USAC         6 6


8 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 5  5


9 Antron Brown NHRA 4  4


10 Tony Kanaan IICS 3  3


11 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 2 2


12 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 1


After 1 of 40 Events


1 Christopher Bell USAC 25 -


2 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 16 9


3 Shannon McIntosh ARCA 14 11


4 Travis Cope Whelen AA 12 13


5 Andy Eckrich IMCA 10 15


6 Tommy Johnson,Jr. NHRA 8 17


7 Bryan Clauson USAC 6 19


8 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 5 20


9 Antron Brown NHRA 4 21


10 Tony Kanaan IICS 3 22


11 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 2 23


12 Justin Barcia AMASX 1 24


Add Comment  | January 31, 2014
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7 Game 7's In A Row

If you won 7 Game 7s In A Row all in successive order, you'd be a hero over and over and again and again. But, the problem is, people will all figure out like the holes that reclosed campus in High School. If you lost 7 Game 7s In A Row and in successive order, a lot of folks will see your more than happy to find ways to keep your job out of thin Denver Air.


And, if you earned a stigma, there's no arguing out. And even if your Buffalo or Minnesota, the chance, drive, piledrive and win when it counts need to be all in, not all out. And I think, too, we got hit and had up with the fact reclosing campus in Middle and High School and having those early delinquents grow creates a 100 or 0 Mentality.


Also, I think honoring wins was the right thing to do, but, eliminator mentality for the Cup is not good. It would have been different if its 1 Day/Night Only and the Points Title still had a shot to be a President's Trophy like the NHL. I'd still delete the Playoff Racing Mentality as I'd like to see a steady pattern of Early Clinchers and Down to the Wireisms vs. Being there for the Party or worse, being there to be there and not caring about anything else.


In a world that is flying too fast, I think rising would be rewarded vs, falling and not getting up over and over and again and again.


Add Comment  | January 30, 2014
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The 2014 F1 Chassises are a J-O-K-E,JOKE,JOKE,JOKE

I feel offended that Formula One's 2014 Chassises are uglier than most IndyCars I know, and that is no compliment. I am still hustling to see if there are more American Chassises Builders to piledrive the competition faster than Kendrick Lamar piledriving Drake just so I don't want to hear from Dallara.


And, what don't hurt is being a Role Model for Kids. And Gene Haas is shrewd and ballsy to assume he'd take Kurt Busch to Formula One. One, just having an American just to make us feel better is not a hot idea and two, we still don't want Kurt Busch.


And, its 2014, where are your good drivers, Formula One? Vettel is not a model citizen and you are not getting another Sir Jackie, even if you wanted to beg to differ Schumi was not Forever Gone by 2014's End.


I'd like to see Ford back just so every Non-Ferrari team has an engine or 10. And, in the name of what kind of people where we, the wingless USGPs of Austin and New Jersey will be back off again. And Montreal will be "fired" after the year and for good. And, diversity is a premium, but, we need ethics and we are not sheep and F1 is so totally dysfunctional it is not funny.


Add Comment  | January 29, 2014
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The Seeds We Are Fed

Ring or No Ring doesn't change who we are and does being a Kurt Busch mean your going to be engraved in Gold?


And, to realize it, it is difficult to mint yourself past Ricky Rudd and Mark Martin. In the Gold or the Quest for the Gold, we still remember who burned who's bridges.


And, to add insult to injury, how are we going to be great? Beyond the money, I think there is something that is worth more to us: Our Last Names and depending on who we crossed paths with, we could have 100 Percent or Negative 100 Percent Equity.


I think having Cheating in School and doing all kinds of Cyberthuggery where devolved into a "skill" and it turned F Minuses to A Pluses, but, it didn't change who people where beyond the oppurtunity.


Oppurtuntisticism is not an Olympic Sport and Boosterism and Boosterization is not an Olympic Sport. And, to make issues worse, we need to work for our Final Fours and Sprint Cup dates instead of being shrewd and rude 24-7 to those who make real livings.


Add Comment  | January 27, 2014
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Sprint Cup : Can't Brian be Fired Already?

I feel that Brian France needs to be fired already. I also feel FOX Sports and Sprint deserve to be fired,too. And, at every level, I think there is more than one way to skin a cat when it comes to the schedule. I think the track most under the gun for having 1 Race vs. 2 and that's just This Year is Dover.


I think I would strongly encourage barnstorming instead of twerking up my emotions like a bad memory from 2013. And worse, its the teams who would at least do changes on their own instead of NASCAR, NASCAR, NASCAR. I think honestly, I would like to see more different manufactueres do NASCAR and I'd prefer Dirt Sprint Cup Races.


There is no way to deny the future is coming. We can't lay up on our "Victory By Default" Game and no one likes being viewed as a market when they got to work.


And, I'd like to see Nashville Fairgrounds be back in Sprint Cup and I do believe the lack of car attention is just as big as our flat out coddling. I would like to see rewards for victories and not just the same old sorry Batman Mentality.


Add Comment  | January 26, 2014
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Too Many Father Flanderses

I hate to call out the fact having Too Many Father Flanderses turns my great state and nation into Outlaws and I am not talking Sprint Cars,either. I think it was bad enough when John Thompson the Dad, Tom Osbourne and Bo Schembeckler had to do it, but, some of these Father Flanderses use their power nefariously and they know their running in the in too deep and too late for their own good.


I think if any of these matters need to be brought to us by the real us. I hate impersonators if they don't do a good job, and half these misfits and misfit nations need to be having the Five Firable Felonies Firewagons be dealt. The seed of getting the gold has pollenated in this day and this age and worse, they go on line with familiar names versus off line with merit. I hate it when Malls have more Mall Rats with no money than Sunny,Seventy Two and San Diego Valley Girls with money and jobs.


I don't need Super Nuts 24/7/365 and I think Rising and Shining helps folks get better. I think what's worse is Bieber and Drake are destroying real people's towns and real people's families and the babies need role models. And having Mayor Quimby in Real Life with no equity or trust is debilitating and Dr. Nick being Real is not all jokes 24/7.


Add Comment  | January 26, 2014
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On To This Red Letter Season of 2014

Granted, with what Darrell Waltrip encouraged for this Red Letter Season in Stock Cars ,Motorsports, and Sports, I want to say I am only 7 Days Until My 1st 2014 Driver of the Year is unveiled. And word on the street is whenever the Daytona 500 Entry List is uncovered, I will have the Race Through of the Stock Car Bowl VI.


I feel that as a blogger, I would like to keep cranking up the juice like Everynight Was Saturday Night and Bryan Clauson's Big Oklahoma Chili Bowl Win set the wheels of 2014 Forward. And too, I would like to see The Stock Cars Crank Up The Juice in a Big,Bad Way.


I want to break out of the box like Dean Smith's Old 4 Corners and all the fake and the believing the lies as truths will easily be found out. And, too, I want to keep the Pile Drive to Win running All Day Every Day.


If roses where red, I think we have a Right to Know if Brian Vickers is 100 Percent or 0 Percent. On short notice, it would be the Captain Burton Farewell Tour at every Sprint Cup City and Eldora.


And, Sam Hornish,Jr. will wish he'd be in IndyCar by now.


Add Comment  | January 25, 2014
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Reasons for the Championship Seasons

I get so worked up for the real longest as some of these folks believe their own lies and other folks follow along with no awareness and no clues. And, I know a lot of us have to run 300 Yards and Running like Real Good NFL History came this and every fall for the rest of time, but, people need to know the reasons for the championship seasons.


There are reasons for our tiger stripes and old emotions still run deeper than the deep of the ocean. I sense the smug, arrogant, comfortable, recidivistic outlaw nature of some of these people hammer the culture at large. I think the thing since the Internet started is the Severe Absence of a Level Playing Field.


And worse, I think that getting a 600 SAT Recruit to a North Carolina is not just out of character, its everyone's problem. And I would have expected THAT kind of buffonery out of South Carolina, Mississippi and Kentucky, but , NEVER North Carolina.


And I fear that Cedar Rapids and Iowa City, my home region is starting to develop an Outlaw Rep. And, to add the issues up, the wrong kind of folks drive not just property values through the floor, but, every day,too.


Add Comment  | January 17, 2014
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That Championship Season II

I know I am not a fan of sequels, but, I'd like to see 2014 bring Auto Racing back up again and not get pocketed with the tragedy later on. To me, greatness feeds greatness and it expects expectations instead of making us soft and lazy.


I don't always love who we are (or aren't) but, the fact is I like to see Good Weekends Every Weekend to make our Work Weeks rosier and better. This decade has been vicious and nasty to hades, but having Great Teams and Athletes make our lives rosier.


I think Mop Duty most times is taken for jokes and it isn't the case. I think if people didn't have a Mayor like Detroit, An Owner like Cleveland and a Professional that would bring even the non-sportsmen and women to the support, that is not a reason to act up. People like Rises vs. Falls and I would relish rises as falls cost people more money than they like to admit.


People don't just Expect Expectations, they relish and revere them and in the end, people will rise to more than the occasion as I think Rising to The Victory would trump Occasions as Rising to the Occasion will always be the City of Louisville and the University of Louisville's Athletic Motto for the rest of all time.


Add Comment  | January 16, 2014
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Caleb Armstrong WILL Be Early Upset of the Year Nominee at The 2014 and 2015 ESPYs

I hope ESPN has this in their playbook, but Caleb Armstrong's Upset Win Last Night in Defeating Sammy Swindell in the Wednesday Night A Main at the Chili Bowl should be the Early Upset of the Year Nominee for the ESPYs.


I think ESPN will shore up their racing business in the Years Between the Next NASCAR Contract. To me, I would like to see Racing Talked About again rather than a stereotypical blurb.


To me, I think this is the 1st Red Letter Day in a Red Letter Season. People love to expect expectations and people will remember how they earned or lost their name in 2014.


You can't just have all the fun in the world and get stuck with a misfits who want to throw more than History Making Haymakers.


And Roses Are Red, but, Mysteries will be solved in 2014 and we will call spades spades, but, don't argue in the wrong when people knew that it was wrong to start with and not just wasted energy and too many bad actors don't help people's causes.


Add Comment  | January 16, 2014
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Problemsolvers vs. Problemmakers: The Line Starts Now

I feel upset by the incessant lack of a legitimate Pile Drive to Win. To me, I would relish having fiercely fought Great Victories and not just Bling-Bling and cashing out. Even though I am a product, too, as a person, I don't like to be marketed like I was a product.


But, strong leadership trumps all the other trash that people live with everyday. I wonder if change starts and ends at home and the legit subcultural mergers is a problem and a trouble. I don't always see incentive and the last time I asked, we aren't that dumb.


I think with the Earnhardt portion of Earnhardt-Ganassi-Sabates being thirded as an unhappy reminder of DEI, and the behind the scenes horsetrash that it brewed and the merchandising rushes on the trailers every weekend in 2007 and 2008, when our economy fell off the soft times.


I don't think megateams would keep running. People have the power to make up their own decisions and Junior's Future at Hendrick is colored for worse beyond 2014 and I doubt NASCAR will let teams be having 4 Cars. I don't want to be sleuth, but, owners need to have full time drivers and not just spool Brian Vickers down the road.


Add Comment  | January 14, 2014
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2014 and Beyond

I think in this Postmodern Curiousity, I would like to see Rival Chassises Makers in IndyCar and have Ford and Mopar be recruited into IndyCar and Dodge to return to NASCAR. I really have a hard time still with losing SPEED, even though its last Summer, but, I still think getting races steady on Network TV Again would be a plus.


I don't all love the unrealistic that is never going to , never gonna and never will happen. We can tailor make and remake anything to our liking out of our disliking, but, Trademarking and Copyrighting have been a loss as our badisms are getting more and more noticed.


I always wonder in this Village, I'd like to see better be better. I don't think we get enough of that,now. And not always be handcuffed to a desk or office and that for those of us who are working. I love less the continued lack of direction by some of our Sports Commissioners because if your Sport or Motorsport was truly being good, you'd be the non story rather than troll for attention.


Problem is, we need to work for us, not a misfit who thinks their boss because they say so, I wonder if I'd like to see people make their relatives richer and better, not poorer and worse.


Add Comment  | January 12, 2014
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The NFL Shouldn't Had Invited the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Super Bowl XLVIII

I hate harkening on Music and Entertainment, but, I think when the Red Hot Chili Peppers where invited to the 2006 All Star Race, that was a bad idea. I think the NFL is indingent enough to invite the Red Hot Chili Peppers to the Super Bowl as Bruno Mars is the 21st Century Donnie Hathaway.


And, this century is 15 Years Old and lastly but not leastly, we lack for Sports Greatness at the Team or Individual Level. And, I think,too if I was a Sports Venue Promoter, I'd prefer Kenny Chesney vs. The Red Hot Chili Peppers.


I doubt Pro Sports is aware that the fans are in the Board Room,too. I would live to love at least see the return of human decency to try to lead us to the straight and narrow and telling the difference between a real problemsolver and a real troublemaker.


I think what irks me is the constant irritation of the fan won't go unnoticed for long. I find that the music industry has been so broken down that every hit has to be a hit like Lil Wayne and that is irritating and truthfully, do you want to employ Kevin Harvick the same as Matt Kenseth? I don't like to be the Doubting Flanders, but, the spades are true.


Add Comment  | January 12, 2014
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For the Next 101 Weekend Days..

For the Next 101 Weekend Days, I would prefer to see greatness vs, greatness and the fans and history decides whose good, not just because your there to be there. I would feel that personally, I want to see Saturday and Sunday Greatness to make your week hum and strum better. I find that we all have Tiger Stripes and like it or not, they are obvious and a lot of people don't always like what their sold.


And we get told by people whose lies they flat-out believe in, making it easier not to catch certain folks in a lie. And that makes it difficult and I would like to see Credit where Credit is Due, Credit for those who can Make and Afford to Handle their Money and Punishment where Punishment is Due. I think, honestly, permissiveness only makes it easier for a perp or weasel to bargain K-Mart Styled to a simpatico/simpatica ear and the truth still is the truth.


We have it easier to choose our own story or endings, and we all have our own boozes like Starbucks Coffees and that makes Alcoholics Worse, and the fact the disintergration of Tobacco Control which was worked up 10-15 Years is tragic, and steady relegalization what is already illegal is terrifying to us public because the truth is society's friend and teacher, not Tebowmania, Danicamania, or False Idols pretending to be famous.


Add Comment  | January 11, 2014
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Stock Car Bowl VI Daytona Pit Crew Competition Pairings 1-10-2014

I, as a fan, since the fact that the absence of the Pit Crew Competition is obvious, that later Next Month, I will include Pit Crew Competitions as part of Stock Car Bowl VI and without further ado, here are my matchups:


11 38-David Gilliand vs. 6 5-Kasey Kahne


14 27-Paul Menard vs. 3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


10 43-Aric Amirola vs. 7 10-Danica Patrick


15 2-Brad Keselowski vs. 2 34-David Ragan


12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. vs. 5 99-Carl Edwards


13 9-Marcos Ambrose vs. 4 1-Jamie McMurray


 9 16-Greg Biffle vs. 8 24-Jeff Gordon


16 3-Austin Dillon vs. 1 48-Jimmie Johnson


Add Comment  | January 10, 2014
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IndyMyIndy's Novel Concept for North Wilkesboro

I can at least say there have been plenty of ideas to restart and actually start North Wilkesboro with limited success (2010-2011) flying all over the Internet in its history, but, hear me out on this one. I am still emotional, angry and at points, mournful of the actual date of the Last North Wilkesboro Race in Winston Cup in 1996 (September 29th). But, with the original North Wilkesboro being economically and periously prohibitively inoperable due its earlier 2010-11 run out of the dark, I would want somebody to bite the bullet wide open, or pass the Old Pickle Jar to build a New North Wilkesboro Speedway.


I don't want it to be a Superrefendum, because we get sick and tired of those, and I would like it to do Weekly Racing for a Year and have USAC and IndyCar come to New North Wilkesboro. I would also have the 2nd Year where the Sprint Cup Season would end at New North Wilkesboro. I don't have anything against Texas, Kansas or Newton, but, even from Eastern Iowa, I'd like a venue where they'd wouldn't twist my arm about attending or persuade others to attend with their own friends/families.


Frankly, I don't like the ornate, replacements or worse, supplements. I would at least like to see new venues where they are necessary and those would be fun races rather than fun houses.


Add Comment  | January 5, 2014
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Ideas for Nationwide, Or Whatever They Will Call It.

I, for one, would like to see Nationwide at least get back to being a Late Model Series, which it terribly,terribly, went astray from. And for two, I want to see Grand National in the name and the working title, and if it is McDonald's Grand National or Domino's Pizza Grand National, say it is.


Also, I would like to see Nashville,Hickory and IRP back on tour and Bowman Gray to be on Nationwide. I would feel strong enough to consolidate Eldora and Knoxville into Cup and Nationwide and do an "Iowa Dirt Week".


The problem..Money. I think as much as I would love to throw Hurricanes and I wouldn't be afraid to hold my fence, but, the issue is we can't all run on fallacy. I think Big Picture, the Juvenilization of Sports is a Bad Habit we need to get out of and I don't like a Chris Brown herd of media being there for 1 or 2 People. And, I find too, having the 1 Owner Series Rule would be necessary, even though it would take half a year for New Owners to prove themselves in the Dialogue.


And, the public is entitled to see The Drive for Diversity 500, and , even though I'd be shrewd, but, trying to get Babylon to Rise and Shine is better than letting a no-namer steal your gold.


Add Comment  | January 4, 2014
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Let's Get Real about the Sprint Cup Schedule

I don't think building new in the name of will work this time. Also, I think there are legitamately underperforming venues that need to be canned,too as an effort to make room for different venues. I think, rather tangibly, at the Nationwide Level, I think having a Late Model Format return again is necessary because those cars are better Cup Cars.


I always feel strongly the manufacturers should have a say in what car they are designing,redesigning or deleting to NASCAR. I think, honestly, people want to see real cars instead of facsimilies of them.


I can't understand why that Daytona Speedweeks isn't as contained as it is. I'd like to see the 2015 Rolex 24 start the year en masse. Another matter I'd prefer to see is the NFL no longer monopolize a lions den of the winter into Februrary and the real gut in that issue is not trying to do an Arena Jerking of Seeding, but, instead , try to at least address disparity and if this kind of subzero temps came up in the future, play up the game instead.


But, as an unhappy change because of the "Spring" Daytona 500s, I would want them Saturday Night with their Summer Counterparts.


Add Comment  | January 4, 2014
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IndyMyIndy Presents Baseline 2014

Personally, I am wanting to set a baseline for 2014. Until I put up my Week 1 Driver of the Year Standings on Super Bowl Sunday (And if that where to vary over weather, I will try to stay in that line,too.) I won't try to consider Week 2 until at least I have an idea of who did good in racing.


I think "That 70s Vibe" is not healthy, especially in "That 70s Year After The 70s". Personally, last year helped write the book on this decade like 1993 was to the 90s and 2001 was to the 2000s. Frankly, minding the store needs to be a premium or superpremium and that doesn't include just merely being cute for the camera.


I find that if we lost Michael Schumacher forever, we will miss out on another Sir Jackie Stewart ambassadorship. Even though F1 went down to V6, which was chagrinning over the books, its no different in terms of trying to carve V-6,8,10, or 12 in different parts of the 1980s or 1990s. I think Ford needs to be back in IndyCar and Formula One and Dodge needs to be in IndyCar and back in NASCAR.


Honestly is the only policy and I find lets at least try to have the race be the story again, not the noise or anger again.


Add Comment  | January 1, 2014
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No Quacks Allowed: Let's Call Things Out For What They Really Are

I, for one, would be happier to skin 2013 and put it in the past. SPEED's Death Hurt Everybody, and as a natural result, FOX does not care about actual Sports Journalism, but, instead, arcs Beauty Queens to make them look like the Rose. Frankly, I would be more than happy to argue, pro bono, that Fox Sports and Rupert Murdoch willfully commissioned Contract Fraud and Abuse and we're here, too, and we are still not happy over the juvenilization of our sports culture.


And, for second, I would still keep it 300 Thousand against Brian France's Future Employment. I would have been barking and I am not Lucky Dog, either, but more like the fact he doesn't offer the time of day in series related issues and worse, government shutdowns hurt our hard earned spending money,too.


And for third, even though I'd be steady willing to pile drive to win First Time Winners Immediately and Repeatedly, but, if you won 1, win 2, then 4, then 5 , then 10, then 20! I don't see balls to the wall domination rather than sissified Chad "You Can Hate Him" Knaus, but It Won't Stop" Knaus.


And forth, I am wanting Mopar back in NASCAR. I hate the way Toyota makes us broke and they don't care unless if they are seeing Yens in their pocket. This. Ends. Now. I would go with most other Non-Ferrari European Marks before I ride with Honda and Toyota Again.


And fifth, Vettel won't Red Bully his way to 5 in a Row. He'll win 10 and we will see a superunknown strong arm his way past the Feared Vettel for his 1st World Grand Prix Win.


Add Comment  | December 29, 2013
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The Fans Keep You Employed

I think the truth, and there is no dancing with this issue, is The Fans Keep You Employed. A lot of folks aren't in love with a supersized, larger than the Western Hemisphere fantasy that people would go broke keeping up with. And also, the fans keep you employed and I have to go as far as passing the straw for references where my real life High School, Special Needs or College Buddies would not have fallen for some of these racers.


Also, I am wanting stage presence for next season's BET Awards Season. I mean the BET and the BET Hip Hop Awards with Cedric The Entertainer and Steve Harvey having a 2 Award Show Contract. And, too, people's wallets talk, too. I doubt they'd be returning to Honda and Toyota when they knew Detroit was starting to do a better job.


Also, with my intention to try getting more than the ".C.R.E.A.M. (Cash Rules Everything Around Me) Dollar Dollar Bill Y'All" to try to have the Wu Tang Clan and Elliott Sadler Team Up. As much as I would have been shrewd,rude and oppurtunistic either A.) Refiring The Sponsor Market and B). Helping restart the "Special Night" Paint Schemes of the Late 90's, and we need to talk up more than just Superheroes.


And, I would keep on trucking to try to promote Chase Austin to IndyCar to keep on Honda and their "Broken Promises" and offer him an Indy 500 Car.


Add Comment  | December 27, 2013
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The Eddie Sharp Rules

1. I feel that pick a series should extend to owners,too. I think that extension should carry on to ARCA or K and N. I am not totally wanting to push on to series rebranding too, to cut travel costs, which is tangible and to keep workload premium enough where it is not prohibitive and the learning experience is not expensive, because other people need to learn, too.


2. I feel strongly that unless if your already upstream to Cup, at least try to stay with your series unless A.) Denny Hamlin-Tony Stewart Injury. B.) If it was more of a probationary trial to prove it with your Original Series with Suspensions due to Driver Disclipline or Substance Abuses that didn't produce an actual arrest and C.) Arrests would be an automatic disqualifier until the legal issues are resolved.


3. I think also, the truth is even in a promotion culture, we need people at least to stay back or hold the line for the series better interests. But, I know the NBA is starting to do Demotion-Promotion as more of an economic gain or punishment, to defer expensive busts of players. I hate to use Eddie Sharp as an example for another set of "Michael Jordan Rules", but, the truth is Eddie Sharp is livid his coowner he tried to team up with, Bill Gallagher, was another "That Guy" who was eager for an oppurtunity at the gold like Kendrick Lamar, but, Eddie Sharp has had to lay off his staff and worse, he still is mad his sponsor fell out of him before he could race his BGN Rookie of the Year Season in 1994 and people take their oppurtunities more personal when they weren't on to begin with only to see a sudden hit at 11:59:59.


Add Comment  | December 23, 2013
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Stock Car Bowl VI Pit Crew Competition Daytona Eligible Candidates

As much as I love to put 2013 in the past, which I helped just do, but, for Later This Winter into Early Spring, I will try to set the table for the 1st Pit Crew Competition of the Stock Car Bowl VI and we will know the boat load of changes then, as Kansas Clint going from 15 to 66 would make him more vulnerable to missing fields.


1 48-Jimmie Johnson


2 34-David Ragan


3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


4 1-Jamie McMurray


5 99-Carl Edwards


6 5-Kasey Kahne


7 83-David Reutimann


8 10-Danica Patrick


9 24-Jeff Gordon


10 16-Greg Biffle


11 43-Aric Amirola


12 38-David Gilliand


13 36-JJ Yeley


14 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


15 9-Marcos Ambrose


16 27-Paul Menard


Granted, even though we are still in the Holiday Season, but, more will be said once Stock Car SpeedWeeks get back running Later This Winter.


Add Comment  | December 22, 2013
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Indy Car Drivers Board 2013 FINAL

1 9-Scott Dixon   4


2 27-James Hinchcliffe 3


3 12-Will Power        3


4 90-Nicole Lyons     2


5 77-Simon Pagenaud 2


6 28-Ryan Hunter Reay 2


7 0-Bryan Clauson  2


8 83-Charlie Kimball 1


9 3-Helio Castroneves 1


10 92-Mike Conway 1


11 1-Tony Kanaan 1


12 007-Katherine Legge 1


13 20-Ed Carpenter  1


14 14-Takuma Sato 1


Add Comment  | December 21, 2013
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The Drivers Championship IV Finishing Order

Editor's Note: Off the top, even though Scott Bloomquist is Driver 0 in The Lucas Oil Late Models, I happened to put Bryan Clauson as 0 (Pick 0) and as my infamous Off-Property Indianapolis 500 Pick, 00 (David Reutimann), 07 (Danny Efland) and my personal favorite (007) for Katherine Legge to keep in the Driver 0 or Driver 00 Theme. (Adam Alexander always liked to feed on the REM Theme in the Old Speed Report prior to Speed becoming Fox Sports 1)


1 (15) 11-Steve Kinser


2 (10) 1-Sammy Swindell


3 (13) 0-Scott Bloomquist


4 (1) 77-Kelly Bires


5 (3) 36-Kenny Wallace


6 (14) 9-Jenna Wagner


7 (7) 43-Aric Amirola


8 (9) 20-Jimmy Owens


9 (4) 10-Cole Whitt


10 (11) 99-Tasker Phillips


11 (6) 70-Johanna Long


12 (15) 75-Christopher Bell


13 (12) 01-Tony Kanaan


14 (17) 19-Ryan Gustin


15 (21) 72-Nicole Lyons


16 (25) 30-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


17 (27) 82-Katie Sullivan


18 (29) 23-Bubba Pollard


19 (18) 6-Emily Gade


20 (19) 3-Austin Dillon


21 (24) 2-Jacob Wilson


22 (20) 16-Mike Stefanik


23 (23) 80-Jake Strayer


24 (22) 34-David Ragan


25 (30) 35-Justin Brayton    61 Crash


26 (8) 13-Ander Vilarino     32 Crash


27 (5) 14-David Brabham   32 Crash


28 (2) 26-Dan Fletcher       32 Crash


29 (31) 22-Justin Barcia      14 Engine


30 (26) 0-Bryan Clauson     5 Crash


31 (28) 98-Simon Pagenaud 5 Crash


Lap Leaders:


Bires 1


Fletcher 2-3


K.Wallace 4-8


Whitt 9


Brabham 10-12


Long 13-16


Amirola 17


Vilarino 18-19


Owens 20


Swindell 21-22


Phillips 23-24


Kanaan 25-27


Bloomquist 28-29


Kinser 30


Bell 31-33


Gustin 34-37


Gade 38


A. Dillon 39-40


Stefanik 41


Lyons 42-43


Ragan 44-46


Strayer 47-49


Ja. Wilson 50-52


Wallace,Jr. 53


Sullivan 54-55


Pollard 56-58


Brayton 59-61


Bires 62


K. Wallace 63-67


Whitt 68-71


Long 72-73


Amirola 74-76


Owens 77-79


Swindell 80


Phillips 81-86


Kanaan 87-89


Wagner 90


Bloomquist 91-93


Kinser 94-100


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National Championship Of Auto Racing III Finishing Order

1 (28) 90-Nicole Lyons


2 (26) 14-Takuma Sato


3 (27) 7-Dave Blaney


4 (32) 33-Tasker Phillips


5 (24)  9-Scott Dixon


6 (23) 34-David Ragan


7 (25) 48-Jimmie Johnson


8 (22) 27-James Hinchcliffe


9 (21) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


10 (19) 40-Jamie McMurray


11 (18) 77-Simon Pagenaud


12 (1)  43-Aric Amirola


13 (15) 5-Kasey Kahne


14 (16) 28-Ryan Hunter Reay


15 (31) 31-Jeff Burton


16 (2) 20-Ed Carpenter


17 (5) 39-Ryan Newman


18 (4) 007-Katherine Legge


19 (3) 16-Greg Biffle


20 (33) 13-George Brunnhoezl III


21 (14) 0-Bryan Clauson


22 (13) 00-David Reutimann


23 (30) 41-Chase Austin


24 (29) 82-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


25 (6) 1-Tony Kanaan


26 (7) 32-Ken Schrader


27 (9) 24-Jeff Gordon


28 (17) 99-Carl Edwards            36 Crash


29 (8) 92-Mike Conway              23 Crash


30 (10) 3-Helio Castroneves       23 Crash


31 (20) 12-Will Power                10 Engine


32 (11) 10-Danica Patrick            3 Crash


33 (12) 83-Charlie Kimball          3 Crash


Lap Leaders:


Amirola  1


Carpenter 2-4


Biffle 5


Legge 6-12


Newman 13


Biffle 14-15


Kanaan 16-18


Schrader 19-20


Conway 21-23


Gordon 24


Reutimann 25-26


Clauson 27-29


Kahne 30


Hunter-Reay 31-33


Edwards 34-36


Pagenaud 37-39


McMurray 40


Stenhouse,Jr. 41-42


Hinchcliffe  43


Ragan 44-45


Dixon 46


Johnson 47


Sato 48


Lyons 49-50


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National Championship Of Auto Racing Inversion # and Starting Lineup

National Championship of Auto Racing Inversion # Between 2 and 33 is 25


Row 1


43-Aric Amirola


20-Ed Carpenter


16-Greg Biffle


Row 2


007-Katherine Legge


 39-Ryan Newman


   1-Tony Kanaan


Row 3


32-Ken Schrader


92-Mike Conway


24-Jeff Gordon


Row 4


  3-Helio Castroneves


10-Danica Patrick


83-Charlie Kimball


Row 5


00-David Reutimann


  0-Bryan Clauson


 5-Kasey Kahne


Row 6


28-Ryan Hunter-Reay


99-Carl Edwards


77-Simon Pagenaud


Row 7


40-Jamie McMurray


12-Will Power


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 8


27-James Hinchcliffe


34-David Ragan               2011


  9-Scott Dixon


Row 9


48-Jimmie Johnson


14-Takuma Sato            2012


  7-Dave Blaney


Row 10


90-Nicole Lyons


82-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


41-Chase Austin


Row 11


31-Jeff Burton


33-Tasker Phillips


13-George Brunnhoezl III


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IndyCar National Win Board 12-22-2013

1 9-Scott Dixon    4


2 27-James Hinchcliffe 3


3 12-Will Power          3


4 77-Simon Pagenaud 2


5 28-Ryan Hunter-Reay 2


6 0-Bryan Clauson        2


7 83-Charlie Kimball     1


8 3-Helio Castroneves   1


9 92-Mike Conway       1


10  1-Tony Kanaan      1


11 007-Katherine Legge  1


12 20-Ed Carpenter        1


13 14-Takuma Sato       1


14 90-Nicole Lyons 


15 41-Chase Austin


16 33 Tasker Phillips


50 Laps Will Be On The Board for the National Championship of Auto Racing III.


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Stock Car Bowl V *FINAL* Points Standings

 


                                                                                       W     P


1 34-David Ragan             198                  -                        1


2 7-Dave Blaney               188                 10                       1      1


3 31-Jeff Burton                187                11                              2/1A/1E


4 43-Aric Amirola              179                19                       1      1


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.   175               23                         1     1


6 36-JJ Yeley                    135               53


7  9-Marcos Ambrose        132               56


8 00-David Reutimann      127               61                        1       1


9 47-Bobby LaBonte         126               62                         1               I


10 32-Ken Schrader         100               98                         1


11 14-Tony Stewart           94             104                                         I


12 10-Danica Patrick          88            110                          1


13 21-Trevor Bayne           87             111                                         I


14 35-Josh Wise               85             113


15 39-Ryan Newman        81              117


16 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.  75             123


17 48-Jimmie Johnson     71             127


18 16-Greg Biffle            68             130


19 82-Darrell Wallace,Jr.  60           138                           1


20 98-Michael McDowell  60            138


21 93-Travis Kvapil         58            140                         S


22 24-Jeff Gordon          56             142


23 1-Jamie McMurray     54             144


24 38-David Gilliand      53             145


25 99-Carl Edwards       51             147


26 13-Casey Mears        50            148


27 33-Landon Cassill      50           148


28 27-Paul Menard         49           149


29 61-Todd Bodine        44            154


30  5-Kasey Kahne         43           155


31 87-Joe Nemechek      38           160


32 22-Kevin Swindell       38         160


33 78-Kurt Busch           33          165           S


34 95-Scott Speed         30          168


35 18-Kelly Bires           30          168


36 51-Terry LaBonte      28          170


37 20-Dylan Presnell      27         171


38 18-Cole Whitt           26         172


39 21-Timothy Peters    25         173                     1


40 14-Kelsey Bauers     25         173                     1


41 20-Jenna Wagner     25         173                     1A


42 20-Kyle Fowler        25         173


43 29-Brendan Gaughn 25        173


44 2-Travis Pastrana    25        173


45 51-Ryan Truex       24         174


46 29-Kevin Harvick   23         175                     S


47 15-Clint Bowyer    20         178                     S


48 52-Brian Keselowski  20      178


49 29-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 19      179


50 26-Michael Waltrip    18      180


51 30-David Stremme    17      181


52 19-Mike Bliss            17      181


53 2-Mike Harmon        16       182                   S


54 11-Denny Hamlin     16       182                  S


55 33-Austin Dillon       15       183


56 55-Mark Martin        12       186


57 11-Nicole Lyons       12      186


58 22-Grant Enfinger    10      188


59 56-Martin Truex,Jr.   8       190                S


60 18-Kyle Busch          6       192                S


61 11-Eric McClure        4       194                I


62 11-Frank Kimmel      4       194


63 22-Ryan Blaney       4       194


64 2-Ted Christopher    4       194


65 42-JP Montoya         1       197


Stock Car Bowl V Win Board FINAL 12-22-2013


1 48 Jimmie Johnson    8


2 34 David Ragan        4


3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.  2


4 1-Jamie McMurray         2


5 99-Carl Edwards           2


6  5-Kasey Kahne           2


7 00-David Reutimann   2


8 10-Danica Patrick      2


9 24-Jeff Gordon          1


10 32-Ken Schrader      1


11 39-Ryan Newman     1


12 16-Greg Biffle          1


13 43-Aric Amirola        1


14  7-Dave Blaney        1


15 82-Darrell Wallace,Jr. 1


16 31-Jeff Burton          1


 


17 38-David Gilliand     1


18 36-JJ Yeley             1


19 21-Timothy Peters  1


Injured


1 47-Bobby LaBonte    2


2 14-Tony Stewart      2


Suspended


1 20-Matt Kenseth   7


2 18-Kyle Busch      4


3 29-Kevin Harvick  4


4 2-Brad Keselowski 2


5 11-Denny Hamlin  1


6 55-Brian Vickers   1


7 56-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


8 22-Joey Logano    1


9 93-Travis Kvapil   1


National Wild Card


13-George Brunnhoezl III Wh So Mod


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Grand Nationwide Bowl I Points *FINAL*

                                                                                                      W     P


1 70- Johanna Long                   244              -                                  2      1A


2  3-Austin Dillon                      159             85       


3 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.        154             90                                 1


4 31-Justin Allgaier                   129            115


5 01-Mike Wallace                     124           120


6 88-Jeffrey Earnhardt               123          121


7 29-Kenny Wallace                   117          127                                1


8 79-Kyle Fowler                       114           130                                1


9 32-Kyle Larson                       104           140                               1


10 10-Cole Whitt                       97             147                               1      1E


11 91-Jeff Green                       97             147


12  6-Trevor Bayne                    95            149                                 I


13 52-Joey Gase                        93            151                                1


14 44-Hal Martin                        85           159                                1


15 99-Alex Bowman                   78            166                               1


16 00-Blake Koch                       77           167


17 40-Reed Sorenson                 76           168


18  8-Scott Lagasse,Jr.               75           169


19 2-Brian Scott                        73            171


20 07-Danny Efland                   70            174                            1


21 11-Elliott Sadler                    68            176


22 77-Parker Kligerman             67             177


23 46-Chase Miller                    66            178


24 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.              62            182


25 17-Tanner Berryhill              62             182


26 98-Kevin Swindell                61            183


27 74-Mike Harmon                 56            188                             1     S


28 30-James Buescher              49           195


29 14-Eric McClure                     49         195                                   I


30 22-Ryan Blaney                     32         212


31 92-Dexter Stacey                  31         213


32 44-Chad Hackenbracht          31         213


33 51-Jeremy Clements             30        214                              1   S


34 89-Morgan Shepard              29        215


35 51-Chrissie Wallace             28         216


36 18-Drew Herring                 26         218


37 6-Grant Enfinger                 25        219                            1


38 55-David Starr                    25       219                             1E


39 15-Stanton Barrett              25       219                             1


40 74-Juan Carlos Blum          25       219                              1


41 66-Justin Lofton                24       220


42 87-Joe Nemechek             24       220


43 20-German Quiroga          22      222


44 43-Dylan Presnell             19     225


45 33-Ty Dillon                     16     228


46 24-Ryan Ellis                     14   230


47 37-Matt DiBenedetto          14  230


48P 33-Tony Stewart              14 230                        I


49 30-Nelsom Piquet,Jr.         10 234                        S


50 7-Regan Smith                   8 236


51 43-Michael Annett             8  236                          I


52 21-Dakoda Armstrong       8  236


53  5-Brad Sweet                  7  237


54 27-David Green               6  238


55 60-Travis Pastrana           5 239


56 21-Brendan Gaughn         2 242


57 20-Brian Vickers              2 242                      S


58 16-Chris Buescher           2 242


59 70-Tony Raines               1 243


Grand Nationwide Bowl I Final Win Board


1 70-Johanna Long            3


2 7-Regan Smith               2


3 3-Austin Dillon               2


4 22-Ryan Blaney             1


5 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.       1


6 6-Trevor Bayne            1


7 20-Brian Vickers           1


8 23-Robert Richardson,Jr. 1


9 29-Kenny Wallace          1


10 10-Cole Whitt              1


11 44-Hal Martin             1


12 79-Kyle Fowler            1


13 99-Alex Bowman         1


14 07-Danny Efland         1


15 52-Joey Gase             1


16 32-Kyle Larson          1


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Lap 200 National Championship of Stock Car Racing Finishing Order

Finally, IndyMyIndy is going about putting 2013 in the Stock Car and Racing Fans Past for good reason and whatever will happen, There Will be a  New Sprint Cup Champion. We are so in love with the "Choose Your Own Ending" Industry that I get mad enough JJ still a Gang Of 6 like we where to take 1995 again, and trust me, it ain't gonna be JJ to move on the King and The 3 for all time. I am shrewd and rude enough to keep it 300 Thousand out of 100 like Kanye to have new champs every year until decade's end, and now, enjoy the show.


1 (9) 34-David Ragan   25                              198   Cup


2 (11) 29-Kenny Wallace           16                  117 Nwide


3 (8) 31S-Jeff Burton               14                  187 Cup


4 (5) 23-Robert Richardson      12                 154 Nwide


5 (14) 3-Austin Dillon              10                 159 Nwide


6 (2) 1-Jamie McMurray            8                   54 Cup


7 (15) 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.        6                   62 Nwide


8 (17) 31N-Justin Allgaier        5                  129 Nwide


9 (18) 16-Greg Biffle               4                    68 Cup


10 (19) 88S-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3                   75 Cup


11 (12) 24-Jeff Gordon            2                   56 Cup


12 (6) 88N-Jeffrey Earnhardt    1 184 Transmission  123 Nwide


13 (3) 35-Josh Wise                    177 Crash


14 (16) 13-Casey Mears               157 Engine


15 (4) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.       153 Crash


16 (7) 01-Mike Wallace                 153 Crash


17 (13) 39-Ryan Newman             139 Engine


18 (1) 70-Johanna Long                123 Engine


19 (10) 11-Elliott Sadler                109 Engine


NOT CLASSIFIED


20 10S-Danica Patrick  74 Crash


21 2-Brian Scott          74 Crash


22 40-Reed Sorenson  68 Engine


23 10N-Cole Whitt        63 Engine


24 9-Marcos Ambrose   23 Crash


25 20-German Quiroga   6 Engine


Lap Leaders


Long 101


McMurray 102-104


Wise 105


Stenhouse,Jr. 106-110


Richardson,Jr. 111


Earnhardt      112-114


M. Wallace     115-118


Burton           119-121


Ragan            122-124


K. Wallace     125-129


Gordon          130-135


Newman        136-140


A. Dillon         141-145


Hornish,Jr.     146-149


Mears            150-155


Allgaier          156-157


Biffle             158-163


Earnhardt,Jr.  164-169


McMurray      170-172


Wise              173-177


Richardson,Jr. 178


Earnhardt        179-184


M. Wallace       185


Burton            186-188


Ragan             189-200


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Lap 101 National Championship of Stock Car Racing Restart Lineup

Row 1


70- Johanna Long


 1-Jamie McMurray


Row 2


35-Josh Wise


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 3


23-Robert Richardson,Jr.


88N-Jeffrey Earnhardt


Row 4


01-Mike Wallace


31S-Jeff Burton


Row 5


34-David Ragan


11-Elliott Sadler


Row 6


29-Kenny Wallace


24-Jeff Gordon


Row 7


39-Ryan Newman


  3-Austin Dillon


Row 8


12-Sam Hornish,Jr.


13-Casey Mears


Row 9


31N-Justin Allgaier


16-Greg Biffle


Row 10


88S-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


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National Championship of Stock Car Racing Lap 100

1 (6)  34-David Ragan


2 (4) 31S-Jeff Burton


3 (5) 01-Mike Wallace


4 (7) 88N-Jeffrey Earnhardt


5 (2) 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.


6 (1) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


7 (10) 35-Josh Wise


8 (14) 1-Jamie McMurray


9 (9) 70-Johanna Long


10 (15) 11-Elliott Sadler


11 (23) 29-Kenny Wallace


12 (22) 24-Jeff Gordon


13 (16) 39-Ryan Newman


14 (17) 3-Austin Dillon


15 (11) 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.


16 (20) 13-Casey Mears


17 (3) 31N-Justin Allgaier


18 (24) 16-Greg Biffle


19 (12) 88S-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


20 (18) 10S-Danica Patrick   74 Crash


21 (19) 2-Brian Scott           74 Crash


22 (21) 40-Reed Sorenson   68 Engine


23 (25) 10N-Cole Whitt       63 Engine


24 (8) 9-Marcos Ambrose   23 Crash


25 (13) 20-German Quiroga 6 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Stenhouse,Jr. 1


Richardson,Jr. 2-3


Allgaier 4-7


Burton 8


M.Wallace 9-12


Ragan 13-18


Earnhardt 19-21


Ambrose 22-23


Long 24-27


Wise 28-30


Hornish,Jr. 31-33


Earnhardt,Jr. 34-37


McMurray 38-40


Sadler 41-44


Newman 45-50


A. Dillon 51-56


Patrick 57-60


Scott 61-63


Mears 64


Sorenson 65-68


Gordon 69-70


K. Wallace 71-75


Biffle 76


Stenhouse,Jr. 77-84


Richardson,Jr. 85-86


Allgaier 87-91


Burton 92


M. Wallace 93-96


Ragan 97-100


Inversion # for Lap 101 between 2 and 19 is 9


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Stock Car Bowl V Points Standings After National Championship of Stock Car Racing Inversion

                                                                                                            W        P


1   7-Dave  Blaney                                188                       -                    1        1


2 43-Aric Amirola                                 179                       9                    1         1


3 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.                       175                     13                   1        1


4 34-David Ragan                                 173                    15


5 31-Jeff Burton                                    144                    44


6 36-JJ Yeley                                         135                   53


7  9-Marcos Ambrose                             132                   56


8 00-David Reutimann                           127                   61                   1         1


9 47-Bobby LaBonte                              126                   62                  1                  I


10 32-Ken Schrader                               100                  88                  1


11 14-Tony Stewart                                 94                  94                                      I


12 10-Danica Patrick                                88                100                 1


13P 21-Trevor Bayne                               87                 101                                     I


14 35-Josh Wise                                     85                 103


15 39-Ryan Newman                              81                 107


16 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                         72                116


17 48-Jimmie Johnson                            71                117


18 16-Greg Biffle                                   64                124


19 82-Darrell Wallace,Jr.                       60                 128                1


20 98-Michael McDowell                        60                 128


21 93-Travis Kvapil                               58                130                S


22 24-Jeff Gordon                                54                 134


23 38-David Gilliand                             53                135


24 99-Carl Edwards                             51                137


25 13-Casey Mears                             50                138


26 33-Landon Cassill                          50                138


27 27-Paul Menard                             49                139


28 1-Jamie McMurray                         46                142


29 61-Todd Bodine                             44               144


30  5-Kasey Kahne                             43               145


31 87-Joe Nemechek                          38               150


32 98-Kevin Swindell                          38              150


33 78-Kurt Busch                               33              155       S


34 95-Scott Speed                             30              158


35 18-Kelly Bires                               30              158


36 51-Terry LaBonte                          28              160


37 20-Dylan Presnell                          27              161


38 18-Cole Whitt                               26              162


39 21-Timothy Peters                        25              163                   1


40 14-Kelsey Bauer                          25              163                   1


41 20-Jenna Wagner                        25              163                   1A


42 20-Kyle Fowler                            25              163


43 29-Brendan Gaughn                    25              163


44 2-Travis Pastrana                        25             163


45 51-Ryan Truex                           24              164


46 29-Kevin Harvick                        23              165                    S


47 15-Clint Bowyer                         20              168                    S


48 52-Brian Keselowski                  20               168


49 29-Ron Hornaday,Jr.                 19               169


50 26-Michael Waltrip                    18               170


51 30-David Stremme                   17                171


52 19-Mike Bliss                           17                171


53 2-Mike Harmon                        16               172                S


54 11-Denny Hamlin                     16               172                S


55 33-Austin Dillon                       15              173


56 55-Mark Martin                        12              176


57 11-Nicole Lyons                        12              176


58 22-Grant Enfinger                    10               178


59 56-Martin Truex,Jr.                    8              180               S


60 18-Kyle Busch                           6              182               S


61 11-Eric McClure                         4              184               I


62 11-Frank Kimmel                      4               184


63 22-Ryan Blaney                        4                184


64 2-Ted Christopher                     4                 184


65 42-JP Montoya                         1                 187


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Grand Nationwide Bowl I After National Championship of Stock Car Racing Inversion

                                                                                                                     W   P


1 70-Johanna Long                              244               -                                      2  1A


Clinched 2013 Grand Nationwide Bowl I Points Championship


2 3-Austin Dillon                                149               95


3 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.                  142              102                                   1


4 31-Justin Allgaier                            124              120


5 01-Mike Wallace                              124             120


6 88-Jeffrey Earnhardt                        122             122


7 79-Kyle Fowler                                114             130                                    1


8 32-Kyle Larson                                104             140                                    1


9 29-Kenny Wallace                            101             143                                    1 


10 10-Cole Whitt                                  97             147                                   1     1E


11 91-Jeff Green                                  97             147


12 6-Trevor Bayne                               95              149 


13 52-Joey Gase                                 93               151                                  1


14 44-Hal Martin                                 85               159                                  1


15 99-Alex Bowman                            78                166                                  1


16 00-Blake Koch                                77                167


17 40-Reed Sorenson                          76               168


18  8-Scott Lagasse,Jr.                        75               169


19 2-Brian Scott                                 73               171


20 07-Danny Efland                            70               174                                  1


21 11-Elliott Sadler                             68               176


22 77-Parker Kligerman                      67               177


23 46-Chase Miller                             66               178


24 17-Tanner Berryhill                       62                182


25 98-Kevin Swindell                        61                183


26 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.                       56               188


27 74-Mike Harmon                            56              188                                   1    S


28 30-James Buescher                        49             195


29 14-Eric McClure                              49            195                                           I


30 22-Ryan Blaney                              32           212


31 92-Dexter Stacey                            31           213


32 44-Chad Hackenbracht                    31           213


33 51-Jeremy Clements                       30           214                                     1   S


34 89-Morgan Shepard                        29           215


35 51-Chrissie Wallace                        28           216


36 18-Drew Herring                            26           218


37 6-Grant Enfinger                            25           219                                     1


38 55-David Starr                               25           219                                     1E


39 15-Stanton Barrett                         25           219                                     1


40 74-Juan Carlos Blum                      25           219                                     1


41 66-Justin Lofton                             24           220


42 87-Joe Nemechek                           24          220


43 20-German Quiroga                        22          222


44 43-Dylan Presnell                           19          225


45 33-Ty Dillon                                   16          228


46 24-Ryan Ellis                                  14         230


47 37-Matt DiBenedetto                       14         230


48P 33-Tony Stewart                           14        230               I


49 30-Nelson Piquet,Jr.                       10         234               S


50 7-Regan Smith                                8         236


51 43-Michael Annett                           8         236               I


52 21-Dakoda Armstrong                      8         236


53  5-Brad Sweet                                 7         237


54 27-David Green                               6        238


55 60-Travis Pastrana                          5        239


56 21-Brendan Gaughn                       2        242


57 20-Brian Vickers                            2        242               S


58 16-Chris Buescher                         2        242


59 70-Tony Raines                             1        243


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National Championship Of Stock Car Racing Inversion and Starting Order

National Championship of Stock Car Racing Inversion Order Between 2 and 25 : 2


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.  25 175


23-Robert Richardson    16 142


31N-Justin Allgaier        14 124


31S-Jeff Burton            12 144


01-Mike Wallace           10 124


34-David Ragan             8 173


88N-Jeffrey Earnhardt    6 122


 9-Marcos Ambrose        5 132


70-Johanna Long           4 244


35-Josh Wise                 3  85


12-Sam Hornish,Jr.        2 56


88S-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.   1 72


National Championship of Stock Car Racing 200 Laps


Row 1


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


23-Robert Richardson,Jr.


Row 2


31N-Justin Allgaier


31S-Jeff Burton


Row 3


01-Mike Wallace


34-David Ragan


Row 4


88N-Jeffrey Earnhardt


 9- Marcos Ambrose


Row 5


70-Johanna Long


35-Josh Wise


Row 6


12-Sam Hornish,Jr.


88S-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 7


20-German Quiroga


 1-Jamie McMurray


Row 8


11-Elliott Sadler


39-Ryan Newman


Row 9


 3-Austin Dillon


10S-Danica Patrick


Row 10


 2-Brian Scott


13-Casey Mears


Row 11


40-Reed Sorenson


24-Jeff Gordon


Row 12


29-Kenny Wallace


16-Greg Biffle


Row 13


10N-Cole Whitt


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Stock Car Bowl V Points After 12 of 13 Events

                                                                                            W    P


1 7-Dave Blaney                               188              -                 1     1


2 43-Aric Amirola                             179                9                1    1


3 34-David Ragan                           165              23


4 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.                 150              38               1


5 36-JJ Yeley                                 135              53


6 31-Jeff Burton                              132            56                        2/1A/1E


7 9-Marcos Ambrose                        127            61


8 00-David Reutimann                     127           61               1         1


9 47-Bobby LaBonte                       126           62                1                   I


10 32-Ken Schrader                       100           88                1


11 14-Tony Stewart                         94           94                                     I


12 10-Danica Patrick                       88         100              1


13P 21-Trevor Bayne                      87         101                                     I


14 35-Josh Wise                           82          106


15 39-Ryan Newman                      81          107


16 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                71          117


17 48-Jimmie Johnson                  71         117


18 16-Greg Biffle                          64         124


19 82-Darrell Wallace,Jr.               60         128        1


20 98-Michael McDowell                60         128


21 93-Travis Kvapil                      58        130      S


22 24-Jeff Gordon                       54         134


23 38-David Gilliand                   53          135


24 99-Carl Edwards                    51          137


25 13-Casey Mears                    50         138


26 33-Landon Cassill                  50        138


27 27-Paul Menard                    49         139


28 1-Jamie McMurray                46          142


29 61-Todd Bodine                  44          144


30 5-Kasey Kahne                   43          145


31 87-Joe Nemechek              38            150


32 22-Kevin Swindell               38           150


33 78-Kurt Busch                   33             155         S


34 95-Scott Speed                 30             158


35 18-Kelly Bires                   30             158


36 51-Terry LaBonte              28             160


37 20-Dylan Presnell              27            161


38 18-Cole Whitt                  26             162


39 21-Timothy Peters           25             163                    1


40 14-Kelsey Bauer             25             163                     1


41 20-Jenna Wagner           25            163                    1A


42 20-Kyle Fowler                25            163


43 29-Brendan Gaughn       25             163


44 2-Travis Pastrana          25              163


45 51-Ryan Truex             24              164


46 29-Kevin Harvick          23               165            S


47 15-Clint Bowyer           20              168            S


48 52-Brian Keselowski      20            168


49 29-Ron Hornaday,Jr.     19            169


50 26-Michael Waltrip        18           170


51 30-David Stremme        17          171


52 19-Mike Bliss               17          171


53 2-Mike Harmon            16          172    S


54 11-Denny Hamlin          16         172   S


55 33-Austin Dillon            15        173


56 55-Mark Martin             12        176


57 11-Nicole Lyons            12        176


58 22-Grant Enfinger        10         178


59 56-Martin Truex,Jr,        8        180     S


60 18-Kyle Busch               6       182     S


61 11-Eric McClure             4       184     I


62 11-Frank Kimmel          4       184


63 22-Ryan Blaney           4       184


64 2-Ted Christopher        4      184


65 42-JP Montoya             1     187


Stock Car Bowl V 12-20-2013


1 48-Jimmie Johnson   8


2 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.  2


3 1-Jamie McMurray        2


4 99-Carl Edwards          2


5 5-Kasey Kahne          2


6 00-David Reutimann  2


7 10-Danica Patrick      2


8 24-Jeff Gordon         1


9 32-Ken Schrader      1


10 39-Ryan Newman   1


11 16-Greg Biffle       1


12 34-David Ragan   1


13 43-Aric Amirola     1


14 7-Dave Blaney     1


15 82-Darrell Wallace,Jr, 1


16 31-Jeff Burton  1


 


17 38-David Gilliand  1


18 36-JJ Yeley   1


19 21-Timothy Peters 1


Injured


1 47-Bobby LaBonte         2


2 14-Tony Stewart            2


Suspended


1 20-Matt Kenseth    7


2 18-Kyle Busch       4


3 29-Kevin Harvick  4


4 2-Brad Keselowski 2


5 11-Denny Hamlin  1


6 55-Brian Vickers   1


7 56-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


8 22-Joey Logano   1


9 93-Travis Kvapil  1 


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Stock Car Bowl V Lap 100 Finishing Order

1 (21) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.   25   10 35   2nd 150


2 (18) 31-Jeff Burton                      16       4th    132


3 (17) 34-David Ragan                   14       6th  165


4 (12) 9-Marcos Ambrose               12        8th  127


5 (16) 35-Josh Wise                       10     10th  82


6 (11) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.             8     12th 71


7 (10) 1-Jamie McMurray                 6     14th 46


8 (5) 39-Ryan Newman                   5      16th 81


9 (8) 10-Danica Patrick                   4     18th  88


10 (14) 13-Casey Mears                 3     20th 50


11 (6) 24-Jeff Gordon                    2     22nd 54


12 (3) 16-Greg Biffle                     1    24th 64


DID NOT QUALIFY


13 (7) 5-Kasey Kahne


14 (2) 21-Timothy Peters


15 (4) 32-Ken Schrader


16 (9) 99-Carl Edwards


17 (15) 27-Paul Menard


18 (13) 98-Michael McDowell    82 Engine


19 (1) 43-Aric Amirola             69 Crash


20(19) 7-Dave Blaney              60 Engine


21 (20) 36-JJ Yeley                53 Crash


22 (22) 38-David Gilliand        53 Crash


NOT CLASSIFIED


23 48-Jimmie Johnson 28 Crash


24 82-Darrell Wallace,Jr. 12 Engine


25 00-David Reutimann 8 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Amirola 51-54


Peters 55-57


Biffle 58-61


Schrader 62


Newman 63-66


Gordon 67-70


Kahne 71


Patrick 72


Edwards 73-74


McMurray 75


JUNIOR! 76-77


Ambrose 78-80


McDowell 81-82


Mears 83


Menard 84


Wise 85


Ragan 86-87


Burton 88-89


Stenhouse,Jr. 90-92


Burton 93-95


Stenhouse,Jr. 96-97


Burton 98


Stenhouse,Jr. 99-100


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Stock Car Bowl V Lap 51 Inversion and Starting Lineup

Inversion # Between 2 and 22 is 16


Lap 51


Row 1


43-Aric Amirola


21-Timothy Peters


Row 2


16-Greg Biffle


32-Ken Schrader


Row 3


39-Ryan Newman


24-Jeff Gordon


Row 4


 5-Kasey Kahne


10-Danica Patrick


Row 5


99-Carl Edwards


 1-Jamie McMurray


Row 6


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


 9-Marcos Ambrose


Row 7


98-Michael McDowell


13-Casey Mears


Row 8


27-Paul Menard


35-Josh Wise


Row 9


34-David Ragan


31-Jeff Burton


Row 10


 7-Dave Blaney


36-JJ Yeley


Row 11


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


38-David Gilliand


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Stock Car Bowl V Lap 50

1 (25) 35-Josh Wise


2 (23) 27-Paul Menard


3 (24) 13-Casey Mears


4 (22) 98-Michael McDowell


5 (20) 9-Marcos Ambrose


6 (21) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


7 (18) 1-Jamie McMurray


8 (17) 99-Carl Edwards


9 (14) 10-Danica Patrick


10 (15) 5-Kasey Kahne


11 (13) 24-Jeff Gordon


12 (11) 39-Ryan Newman


13 (12) 32-Ken Schrader


14 (9) 16-Greg Biffle


15 (10) 21-Timothy Peters


16 (7) 43-Aric Amirola


17 (8) 34-David Ragan


18 (4) 31-Jeff Burton


19 (6) 7-Dave Blaney


20 (2) 36-JJ Yeley


21 (1) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


22 (3) 38-David Gilliand


23 (19) 48-Jimmie Johnson 28 Crash


24 (5) 82-Darrell Wallace,Jr. 12 Engine


25 (16) 00-David Reutimann 8 Engine


Lap Leaders


Stenhouse,Jr.


Yeley 2-3


Gilliand 4-9


Burton 10


Wallace,Jr. 11-12


Blaney 13-14


Amirola 15-17


Ragan 18-20


Biffle 21


Peters 22


Newman 23-25


Schrader 26-29


Gordon 30


Patrick 31-33


Kahne 34


Edwards 35-38


McMurray 39


Ambrose 40-42


JUNIOR! 43-45


McDowell 46


Menard 47-48


Mears 49


Wise 50


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Stock Car Bowl V Starting Lineup and Championship Contenders

21-Timothy Peters 25  25


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 16 115


36-JJ Yeley               14 135


38-David Gilliand       12 53


31-Jeff Burton           10 116


82-Darrell Wallace,Jr.   8 60


 7-Dave Blaney          6  188


43-Aric Amirola          5  179


34-David Ragan       4 151


16-Greg Biffle          3 62


39-Ryan Newman    2 76


32-Ken Schrader      1 100


Stock Car Bowl V


100 Laps


Row 1


21-Timothy Peters


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 2


36-JJ Yeley


38-David Gilliand


Row 3


31-Jeff Burton


82-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


Row 4


 7-Dave Blaney


43-Aric Amirola


Row 5


34-David Ragan


16-Greg Biffle


Row 6


39-Ryan Newman


32-Ken Schrader


Row 7


24-Jeff Gordon


10-Danica Patrick


Row 8


00-David Reutimann


 5-Kasey Kahne


Row 9


99-Carl Edwards


  1-Jamie McMurray


Row 10


48-Jimmie Johnson


 9-Marcos Ambrose


Row 11


35-Josh Wise


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 12


98-Michael McDowell


27-Paul Menard


Row 13


13-Casey Mears


Stock Car Bowl V Championship Contenders


Out of Championship Contention (That was in Title Contention as of Knoxville)


10-Danica Patrick


Still In Championship Contention


 7-Dave Blaney


43-Aric Amirola


34-David Ragan


00-David Reutimann


36-JJ Yeley


 9-Marcos Ambrose


31-Jeff Burton


32-Ken Schrader


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Even though it is more fun than the Real Life Chase for the Sprint Cup This (Or Any Year NOT Named 2011) , but, I would like to keep you fans staying tuned so that I can try to help put 2013 "In The Past".


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Grand Nationwide Bowl I Points Standings After Grand Nationwide Bowl I

                                 After 13 of 13 Events                               W       P


1 70-Johanna Long                              240               -               2       1A


Clinched 2013 Grand Nationwide Bowl I Points Championship


2 3-Austin Dillon                                  149            91


3 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.                   126           114               1


4 88-Jeffrey Earnhardt                          116          124


5 79-Kyle Fowler                                   114         126               1


6 01-Mike Wallace                                114         126


7 31-Justin Allgaier                               110          128


8 32-Kyle Larson                                  104          136            1


9 29-Kenny Wallace                              101         139             1


10 10-Cole Whitt                                    97         143            1           1E


11 91-Jeff Green                                    97         143


12 6-Trevor Bayne                                 95         145                     I


13 52-Joey Gase                                   93         147           1


14 44-Hal Martin                                   85         155           1


15 99-Alex Bowman                              78         162           1


16 00-Blake Koch                                 77         163


17 40-Reed Sorenson                           76         164


18 8-Scott Lagasse,Jr.                          75         165


19  2-Brian Scott                                  73        167


20  07-Danny Efland                            70        170          1


21 11-Elliott Sadler                              68       172


22 77-Parker Kligerman                       67       173


23 46-Chase Miller                              66       174


24 17-Tanner Berryhill                         62       178


25 98-Kevin Swindell                           61        179


26 74-Mike Harmon                            56       184                   1     S


27 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.                        54       186


28 30-James Buescher                       49       191


29 14-Eric McClure                             49       191                          I


30 22-Ryan Blaney                            32      208


31 92-Dexter Stacey                         31      209


32 44-Chad Hackenbracht                 31      209


33 51-Jeremy Clements                    30      210                      1  S


34 89-Morgan Shepard                     29      211


35 51-Chrissie Wallace                     28     212


36 18-Drew Herring                          26     214


37 6-Grant Enfinger                         25    215                         1


38 55-David Starr                           25    215                         1E


39 15-Stanton Barrett                     25    215                         1


40 74-Juan Carlos Blum                  25   215                         1


41 66-Justin Lofton                        24   216


42 87-Joe Nemechek                     24   216


43 20-German Quiroga                  22  218


44 43-Dylan Presnell                     19 221


45 33-Ty Dillon                             16  224


46 24-Ryan Ellis                            14 226


47 37-Matt DiBenedetto                 14 226


48P 33-Tony Stewart                     14 226                               I


49 30-Nelson Piquet,Jr.                 10 230                               S


50  7-Regan Smith                        8 232


51 43-Michael Annett                    8  232                               I


52 21-Dakoda Armstrong              8 232


53 5-Brad Sweet                           7 233


54 27-David Green                       6 234


55 60-Travis Pastrana                  5 235


56 21-Brendan Gaughn                2  238


57 20-Brian Vickers                     2 238  S


58 16-Chris Buescher                  2 238


59 70-Tony Raines                     1 239


Grand Nationwide Bowl I Win Board


1 70-Johanna Long  2


2 7-Regan Smith    2


3 3-Austin Dillon     2


4 23-Robert Richardson,Jr. 1


5 29-Kenny Wallace    1


6 22-Ryan Blaney       1


7 10-Cole Whitt         1


8 12-Sam Hornish,Jr. 1


9 6-Trevor Bayne      1


10 32-Kyle Larson    1


11 52-Joey Gase      1


12 07-Danny Efland  1


13 99-Alex Bowman 1


14 79-Kyle Fowler   1


15 20-Brian Vickers 1


16 44-Hal Martin   1


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Grand Nationwide Bowl I Lap 100

1 (16) 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.   25                   126        1st


2 (17) 31-Justin Allgaier                        16        110        3rd


3 (15) 01-Mike Wallace                         14        114        5th


4 (13) 88-Jeffrey Earnhardt                   12        116         7th


5 (10) 70-Johanna Long                       10       240         9th


6 (5)  12-Sam Hornish,Jr.                       8         54       11th


7 (14) 20-German Quiroga                     6        22        13th


8 (4) 11-Elliott Sadler                            5        68        15th


9 (12) 3-Austin Dillon                            4     149         17th


10 (7) 2-Brian Scott                               3      73         19th


11 (1) 40-Reed Sorenson                      2      76         21st


12 (6) 29-Kenny Wallace                       1    101         23rd


13 (11) 10-Cole Whitt                                               25th


DID NOT QUALIFY


14 (3)  52-Joey Gase


15 (2) 99-Alex Bowman


16 (19) 32-Kyle Larson


17 (6) 79-Kyle Fowler


18 (9) 98-Kevin Swindell


19 (18) 7-Regan Smith


20 (20) 17-Tanner Berryhill


21 (21) 00-Blake Koch


22 (22) 07-Danny Efland


23 (26) 77-Parker Kligerman


24 (24) 8-Scott Lagasse,Jr.


25 (23) 22-Ryan Blaney


26 (25) 30-James Buescher


NOT CLASSIFIED


27 44-Hal Martin 21 Engine


28 6-Grant Enfinger 21 Crash


29 46-Chase Miller 11 Crash


30 91-Jeff Green 3 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Sorenson 51


Bowman 52-54


Gase 55


Sadler 56-58


Hornish,Jr. 59-62


Fowler 63-65


Scott 66-69


K. Wallace 70-73


Swindell 74-77


Long 78-80


Whitt 81-84


A. Dillon 85-88


Earnhardt 89-90


Quiroga 91-93


M. Wallace 94-96


Richardson,Jr. 97-100


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Fire Toronto!

With Toronto's Mayor being caught smoking crack, which does more than make real-life light to Kendrick Lamar's "Control" Verses, it makes the World of Sports and Entertainment give a second look to Toronto, and not all of its pleasant. I think the NFL should cancel Toronto and London, namely because with Toronto, despite not being as obnoxiously noxious as London, it deserves termination because Western New York needs a new stadium like the Cowboys did.


And secondly, I feel and prefer 2 for TO should be USCR and IndyCar not 2 Indy Cars, and I would call another TO:Time Out! And worse, I think as much as IndyCar should invest in Canada, I want them to go for Mosport Park or Trois-Riveres. And that is so not all.


Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment should rightfully focus on the Maple Leafs and nobody else. Their fans are still ticked over Mats Sundin Trade in 2010 and I think Toronto FC is not even a good English Football Club and I am still wishing the Toronto Reptars would be "evicted" from Toronto like the Grizzlies moved from Vancouver. And, worse, that's not all still.


AAU being torched and scorched to Mars because all your Toronto ballers are occupying Prime Prep, Huntington Prep, Oak Hill Prep, Hargrave Military, Sonrise Christian Academy and Findlay Prep are all fixing for NFHS and NCAA Investigations as I feel better if 1 and Done was done and if these kids wanted to go from High School to Pros, I feel in the sunlight instead of the dark with FIBA, NBA, NCAA and NLI's help as the 3 or 4 Year Plan including Juco and the only thing that should make these kids go pro is the contract, not exiting early from school and not having a school to come back to.


And,still, the Blue Jays are having a Yankees Cache of Free Agents but not their success and their younger generation of fans are running wild as Canada's National Team when the Expos fans are still mad they where left there a decade ago and worse, Drake openly betrayed and burned his bridge to the city that made him famous and the nation that made him famous. (It's complicated, but its another story because I sense he'll be more Pimp C than Bun B). And Bieber, the less we say, the better.


I didn't intend to spill a diatribe on Sports and Entertainment on a Racing and Car Site. But, the Maple Leafs will be 60 before their Stanley Cup Hex is closed, but, I think convincly Toronto is the cancer to the Sports and Popular Cultural Ills, Degradations and Decays worse than Hollywood.


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Lap 51 Inversion and Starting Lineup

Lap 51 Inversion Between 2 and 26 is 16


Lap 51 Starting Lineup


Row 1


40-Reed Sorenson


99-Alex Bowman


Row 2


52-Joey Gase


11-Elliott Sadler


Row 3


12-Sam Hornish,Jr.


79-Kyle Fowler


Row 4


 2-Brian Scott


29-Kenny Wallace


Row 5


98-Kevin Swindell


70-Johanna Long


Row 6


10-Cole Whitt


 3-Austin Dillon


Row 7


88-Jeffrey Earnhardt


20-German Quiroga


Row 8


01-Mike Wallace


23-Robert Richardson,Jr,


Row 9


31-Justin Allgaier


 7-Regan Smith


Row 10


32-Kyle Larson


17-Tanner Berryhill


Row 11


00-Blake Koch


07-Danny Efland


Row 12


22-Ryan Blaney


 8-Scott Lagasse,Jr.


Row 13


30-James Buescher


77-Parker Kligerman


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Grand Nationwide Bowl I Lap 50

1 (17) 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.


2 (18) 01-Mike Wallace


3 (2)  20-German Quiroga


4 (16) 88-Jeffrey Earnhardt


5 (14) 3-Austin Dillon


6 (10) 10-Cole Whitt


7 (15) 70-Johanna Long


8 (29) 98-Kevin Swindell


9 (12) 29-Kenny Wallace


10 (24) 2-Brian Scott


11 (4) 79-Kyle Fowler


12 (9) 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.


13 (27)11-Elliott Sadler


14 (7) 52-Joey Gase


15 (5) 99-Alex Bowman


16 (23) 40-Reed Sorenson


17 (20) 31-Justin Allgaier


18 (13) 7-Regan Smith


19 (8) 32-Kyle Larson


20 (28) 17-Tanner Berryhill


21 (21) 00-Blake Koch


22 (6) 07-Danny Efland


23 (11) 22-Ryan Blaney


24 (22) 8-Scott Lagasse,Jr.


25 (30) 30-James Buescher


26 (25) 77-Parker Kligerman


27 (3) 44-Hal Martin 21 Engine


28 (1) 6-Grant Enfinger 21 Crash


29 (26) 46-Chase Miller 11 Crash


30 (19) 91-Jeff Green 3 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Enfinger 1


Quiroga 2-4


Martin 5


Fowler 6-9


Bowman 10-13


Efland 14


Gase 15-18


Larson 19-23


Hornish,Jr. 24


Whitt 25-29


Blaney 30


K. Wallace 31-36


Smith 37


A. Dillon 38-40


Long 41-42


Earnhardt 43-46


Richardson,Jr. 47-50


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Man of NO Mysteries

Even though I think its amusing to think I am 007 and John Wayne mixed together, but, mysteries are not anything that makes this man happy. I wonder if Rick Allen leaving FOX means, hey, NBC is 300 Thousand Percent Serious of being the exclusive home of NASCAR and Stock Car Racing. I am thinking NASCAR,NFL and MLB will have to meet with their "Legal Counsel" to divorce themselves from FOX. I still get cheesed off that the Fraternalized Sports World is destroying legit sports economies.


And how high will GoDaddy will GoBankrupt Geauxing to GoWithDanica? I know that I am not a Social Media Idiot whose only emotion is mad, but, I can't help but wonder that created with Tebowmania would mean a 40 Year Old Danicamaniac will GeauxBroke and a 30 Year Old Tebow would be an Unemployable and Unwantable Lightning Rod.


I would appreciate an Archie Manning in Ohio, and I think Tomlin and Big Ben will go out like Piranhas in Western PA (Actually,Piranha would have been the best for Antonio Langham in Alabama, and I am not going into detail to what harm he caused for Alabama in the Southeast, Nationally and Internationally.) And people can't always take success for granted after a Dry Spell or Never Knowing it At All and I would like to see Regional Economies get off that mat their on and bring Dodge back to NASCAR.


Add Comment  | December 5, 2013
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A Fast and Furious Loss of Paul Walker

I don't think all of us are Paul Walker or Fast and Furious Fans, even though with me, I stopped caring about Fast and Furious after 2 Fast 2 Furious. But, this year has been the worst possible season for us racing fan and I thought 1993 was the pits, but, some of the things this year made me mad and furious beyond belief.


And, I think losing Paul Walker will put an end to any future Fast and Furious Movies. They earned their role in Pop Culture and Hollywood Culture in an age a lot of us had roles handed to us. I feel that I would care less to hear about the cultural excessance and more about what's good.


I think Paul Walker, despite him not being a racer, did more for acting and the car culture than most actors or racers would like to admit. And, I am at quite the loss for words here, as I want to see more of us fans have a say in Sports and Motorsports instead of playing the lowest common denominatior or worse, expecting something that isn't there and assuming we are a market or nation and we'd get defensive of it as why the Red Sox are more national than the Reds? To me, it is parts of country or world rather than superimposing that part of the world to the huddled masses.


Add Comment  | December 3, 2013
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Long Road to Next Spring

I think it is easier for us to work without being defensive or worse, having to go Gung Ho Jet Li about the fraternalized terror of affairs. And, like it or not, I'd like to rally up my fans, but, when we are alone sans SPEED, that only angers up us fans.


I think I would like to see Austin Dillon at least make it so Qualifying is an Nonissue. I didn't even get Busch Grand National Championships out of Jeff Gordon or Tony Stewart prior to their Cup Debut, and I think having Nationwide and Truck Titles would carry home a lot looking back in the rear view, even though the only win was Eldora in the Trucks last Summer.


This is words from a man who would have been happy to put 2013 in the past. Even though I was a fan for Austin Dillon's Stock Car Winless Nationwide Title in comparsion to his Truck Title in 2011,but, I feel better about a title if it was 10 Wins or 1 Win. But, Greg Erwin,Jr. would be free to feel differently about it.


I'd still want to get Dodge back and for Ford, we'd get the 2nd Time be a non-issue,but, I think David Ragan would be the most prolific multiwinner for Ford.


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I'd prefer to see another Non JJ Sprint Cup Champion

We are in Twas the Nightmare of JJ Ganging Em Up on 6 Rings and I would preferably do anything in my power to put 2013 in the Past, to put FOX Sports in the past for everyone of us Race and Sports Fans and to at least light up an umbridge to not just being treated like a Free Market.


I think a lot of folks forget or oversimplify our reactions and none of them are pretty. I find instead of Must See TV, I'd want All Star Saturday Night to be on NBC Network and I find that let's all be our own negotiatiors, if any of us are willing to go to the Family Table.


Personally, I don't like when its lean seasons. And to top it off, I don't like Lean Seasons or Crisises and no one has any power besides everyone being mad at everyone. I expect folks to be better and more willing to win year after year and be in a place to win year after year.


A lot and I mean 99.99% is Institutional Anger and I would prefer more different people owning my racetracks or teams to make it easier on the sponsors and not just play the stereotypical "Money Talks" Game and our loyalties don't interchange and I'd like it when Due Process and Due Diligence was not always at war and I like folks who try to get us rather than for their wealth.


Add Comment  | December 2, 2013
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Wholly Guacamole: Sweet Home Newton is Wholly Owned by NASCAR!

As you might have heard, Sweet Home Newton is Wholly Owned by NASCAR and I feel I need to offer a tangible offer beyond Sprint Cup or Free Food and why not the Diversity Challenge and I want to offer the Drive for Diversity School as an actual no holds barred winner take all race.


And I find, that if Rusty wants to keep dancing, and I doubt he's in a dance happy vibe, because he would have looked like a Tennessee Fan in "Does The Vanderbilt Game look like a Real Game NOW?" Contest.


And, I kind of take umbridge to being viewed as a "Market". You, as a NASCAR Family, need to go Gung Ho Jet Li on defending Atlanta and building your Birmingham Short Track. I want to see Drive for Diversity find Special Needs Adults and Minorities who have a racing knowledge to keep Sweet Home Newton Sweet, and I'd rather see Seattle Pacific in the Sprint Cup or Indy Car Series before Portland and the last time I checked, Stock Cars are NASCAR's Only Job.


Add Comment  | December 1, 2013
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Corne(red)

I am not the gentleman who makes a statement unless he has to, Special Needs or Not, and honestly, would you have watched Sprint Cup Today if Kurt and Kyle Busch or Kevin Harvick had a few rings? JJ is the Quintesencial Athlete and Racer and even if he had King, Richie, Kimmel, Stefanik, Dick Trickle and John "The Unstoppable" Force Records With Coil, Steves and Fedderly as his Real "Brain Trust" as opposed to cold-blooded Crew Chiefs who know everything on a car save driving it. It don't mean we all like him and our kids could use decent role models.


And, honestly, even though I named Jake Strayer from ASCS and Knoxville Raceway as ASCS' 1st Driver of the Year, I wonder, your list would have to include JJ, Dan Fletcher of NHRA Sportsman, Jimmy Owens, George Brunnhoezl III, Frank Kimmel and Tony Kanaan. I would purposefully say Kanaan because Dixon was propped over your...favorite...USAC...Diatribe...The...2...Race...Season!


If Roses where Red, and Violets Where Blue, I still think Sports, Motorsports and Stock Car Auto Racing are cornered by the perps and I would like some defense to channel that offense as I would love Diversity, but Ethics are Non-negotiable.


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IndyMyIndy's View of Sports and Motorsports 2013

I'd prefer to do what an Indy wants to do if he/she has designs of what they got to do to eat. And, I feel Sports and Motorsports will be more proactive to protect their Intellectual, Physical and Social Properties. The most (or least wanted) is Fox Sports, who singlehandedly and remorselessly wounded Speed Channel for the rest of history.


I know people aren't 1 Million Percent in any mood to hear this now, but, I prefer a TNN Backstory and Steve Evans as Versus, OLN, NBC Sports, CBS Sports and Speed ain't no ain't no TNN! And, we need to be told whats up vs. entertained. Also, in my world I grew up in, I wouldn't let a fool with cash money pass and get 200 Dollars they never earned, or deserved. People would have been tough on the family of the perp, even if they where the family victims.


I never want to see the Family War Air again, because I don't condone it or approve it, but, will you want AI or Lance's Relatives at your job working for $? Personally, people don't take kindly to disownership and Drake, even though he got tatted as an Astro, there are a lot of Torontoians and Blue Jays who are not happy with you. I think St. Louis, Kansas City, Louisville and Des Moines will get NBA Expansion Teams and if I was Commissioner Indy, I need to think of what makes the fans happy versus letting a perp and another perp win my gold.


Add Comment  | November 23, 2013
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Penske made a Mistake in Letting Kurt Busch Fester

I think the mistake Penske made is allowing willfully to let Kurt Busch Fester. And, in not so happy Penske News, having to willfully release Penske Hall Of Famer Sam Hornish,Jr. does not speak well for Penske. I think, in my moves, Sam Hornish,Jr. would be lead to water to replace Dario Franchitti and I could A.) See IndyCar in his future B) See Ganassi in his future and C) In this game of life, make Penske Realize he is not getting Al Unser,Sr. out of retirement, not even for a Cosworth.


I know the last is old news, but, all kidding aside, Joey Logano is not reason enough to have Pennzoil support him. Even though he is going to have a 2nd Season, but, I think his illwill and anomosity that he caused in New England and Nationally won't be forgot about.


Parker Kligerman would have been closer to Parker Johnstone than Randy LaJoie or Scott Sharp and I think the Poetic Injustice is we can't always cater to people like we got food, y'all, and not everyone works for everyone. I know this fester of getting along is ramping up, but, we can't always throw good money at bad people.


Add Comment  | November 18, 2013
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Checkered Season: 2013 In Motorsports and Stock Car

I am happy that Austin Dillon has won the Nationwide Title. Even though it is more akin to Oriol Servia than Sam Ard, I am more happier to merge the Silver Lining and The Working for The Future.  Even though Austin Dillon is the 3rd Nationwide-Truck Champion (Greg Biffle, Johnny Benson,Jr. ) and the 2nd In Sequence ( Greg Biffle) . But, even though I am happy for Matt Crafton and his Cleveland Championship Parades Foreshadowing because I am adamant in the next decade there will be a Cleveland World Championship happening in the Next Decade and a Massillon Tigers State Title in the next season.


And, if Matt Crafton didn't win, my personal upset-ometer would have burnt up, from James Buescher, to Timothy Peters to a more tolerable level for Jeb Burton. I think as the Blue Collar Man who witnessed its fall as a kid, I have to move to say "Enough Already!"


I think Kyle Larson, Sam Hornish,Jr. , Bobby Santos III, Jacob Wilson, Cole Whitt, Darren Hagen and Chase Austin are apparently not out of the Woods for Helio, Juan Pablo and Dario's Replaced Seats.


Add Comment  | November 16, 2013
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Let's All Cheer On A Cleveland Championship Parade (Or Parades)

I think with Frank Kimmel passing Richie Evans for Stock Car Championship History and Matt Crafton winning the title 21 Years to the Day of the Late Alan Kulwicki's Winston Cup, I want to see a Cleveland Championship Parade.


What drives me angrier and angrier with the fact the serial disregard for the Blue Collar Man (Or Woman) and their families and if I was commissioner of Open Wheel, National and International, I'd be fierier about it than the state of Public Schools. I don't want to be 25 Falls in 2017 and I hear all about JJ then.


There is too much pride in me. And I wish people would have operated the same. I think that Cleveland needs some serious good news for a change, and even if its 2019 or 2024, Cleveland will be The World Champions. Even if I had to say the Dallas Cowboys had to win their 6th to 12th Super Bowl Wins in a Row, but, I get sick and mad of accepting the status quo and I want to set the family table for greatness instead of running the family table on tragedy and I don't need my Blue Collar Towns to be burnt further than who they are.


Add Comment  | November 15, 2013
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What "Skills" Did We Acquire?

With the fact Cliff Alexander's decided head fake caused more harm than good for Illinois, who had almost 2 Years Ago fired their Head Coach for the 1st Time since the 1960's, and damaged relations in chief markets of Chicago, Quad Cities and St. Louis for years to come. And with the basketballisms aside, I get angry over what "skills" did we acquire besides cheating our way out to a High School Diploma and into College only to leave before being found out or worse, being found out.


The trouble is, no one likes Dramas about them. I feel I would still keep it 300 Thousand like I had to like I was a Spartan, but, enough folks have to take their worlds personal. And with the fact "Black Widower" of The Simpsons shaped my beliefs on Law and Order, I would love to be Gung Ho Jet Li for Society, Sports and Motorsports, but , a lot of us are brainwashed with that unrepeatable "That '70s Mentality".


Frankly, skills don't substitute for real people. And when talent hardly wants to ever work and their smug and arrogant and comfortable like they are untouchable, it makes me mad and makes society mad. I think our impatience is not a joke, when we need to work.


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We All Know Better

With Tennessee Trevor's MS, I am genuinely concerned for East Tennessee's Welfare this decade, despite the fact I've never been south of the Mason-Dixon Line. I'd rather have American History keep making history when I grow up and have a family and babies.


And, I get sick of Andrew Wiggins being Raef LaFrentz or Jabari Parker being Grant Hill. We All Know Better. And some of us laugh in order to brighten our days, but, truth is not always convenient.


We live like the 1970s are back again. I don't want Iowa City or Ames to be chilled like the Early 1970s stayed and never left home. We are too good for the Sacrementans to find us out and lead an Urban Exodus.


Sometimes, we get tested up over everyday stuff, but, for the love of society, don't talk off a Hall Of Famers Kids and Wife, because the McDonald's Line is adding up.


Add Comment  | November 14, 2013
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Sports, Motorsports and Entertainment are not in a good place right now

Sports, Motorsports , and Entertainment are not in a good place right now. I feel that "Tennessee" Trevor Bayne's MS Diagnosis is another low blow in a season and a year that is llttered with them. And to add insult to injury, East Tennessee can't buy a break to save their lives this decade.


Granted. Sports, Motorsports and Entertainment are a giant piece of our lives and when those losses rattle down, we take them hard. And, I get fed up with Robin Thicke sooo much I'd much rather play J. Cole Instead.


If we had time to put in a bottle, we would. But, culture and popular culture don't always let us see the balance between money, food, and fuel. We get schooled on something that makes us money or worse, pays for itself and we turn more tight and defensive with our wallets.


I like it more when people rise instead of fall or not having to always enjoy their heroic rise to fame as time marched on.


Add Comment  | November 12, 2013
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The Drivers Championship IV Number Board and Starting Order

NOTE: The Drivers Championship IV will be Tuesday, December 10th. And it is with the Grand Nationwide Bowl I, Stock Car Bowl V, Stock Car National Championship, and National Championship of Auto Racing III, and my preferred track for this year is Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola,FL. If such a race was real this year, I'd think they would grandfather it into the Snowball Derby, and my chief concept is Monday and Tuesday Night Racing is to predominately take on the NFL and WWE, but, in real life, it would take a lot more to do more than just "Test Up" the Fan Base.


1 80-Jake Strayer ASCS


2 34-David Ragan Sprint Cup


3 72-Nicole Lyons Whelen AA


4 16-Mike Stefanik Whelen Mods


5 3-Austin Dillon Nwide


6 6-Emily Gade Whelen AA


7 19-Ryan Gustin USMTS


8 75-Christopher Bell USAC


9 11-Steve Kinser WOO


10 9-Jenna Wagner SCCA


11 0-Scott Bloomquist Lucas Oil


12 01-Tony Kanaan IICS


13 99-Tasker Phillips ASCS


14 1-Sammy Swindell WOO


15 20-Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil


16 13-Ander Vilarino NASCAR Euro Racer


17 43-Aric Amirola Sprint Cup


18 70-Johanna Long Nwide


19 14-David Brabham ALMS


20 10-Cole Whitt Nwide


21 36-Kenny Wallace Nwide


22 26-Dan Fletcher NHRA


23 77-Kelly Bires Nwide


24 2-Jacob Wilson USAC


25 30-Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks


26 0-Bryan Clauson USAC


27 82-Katie Sullivan NHRA


28 98-Simon Pagenaud IICS


29 23-Bubba Pollard SSS


30 35-Justin Brayton AMASX


31 22-Justin Barcia AMASX


Inversion # Between 2 and 31...23


And it is the last race of the 2013 Season on Tuesday, December 10th and now, here is the Starting Lineup for the 100 Lap Drivers Championship


Row 1


77-Kelly Bires


26-Dan Fletcher


Row 2


36-Kenny Wallace


10-Cole Whitt 11 Postseason


Row 3


14-David Brabham


70-Johanna Long


Row 4


43-Aric Amirola


13-Ander Vilarino


Row 5


20-Jimmy Owens 10 Regular Season


 1-Sammy Swindell 11 Regular Season


Row 6


99-Tasker Phillips


01-Tony Kanaan


Row 7


 0-Scott Bloomquist


 9-Jenna Wagner


Row 8


11-Steve Kinser


75-Christopher Bell


Row 9


19-Ryan Gustin


 6-Emily Gade


Row 10


3-Austin Dillon 12 Sweep


16-Mike Stefanik


Row 11


72-Nicole Lyons


34-David Ragan


Row 12


80-Jake Strayer 2013 Regular Season


 2-Jacob Wilson


Row 13


30-Darrell Wallace,Jr. 10 Postseason


 0-Bryan Clauson


Row 14


82-Katie Sullivan


98-Simon Pagenaud


Row 15


23-Bubba Pollard


35-Justin Brayton


Row 16


22-Justin Barcia


ALSO: Stock Car Bowl V Starting Lineup will not be made aware until the Saturday Morning after the Sprint Cup Awards Banquet in Las Vegas and the Sprint Cup Portion of the National Championship of Auto Racing III won't be completely made aware after the The Stock Car Bowl V and the Stock Car National Championship because I, and a lot us fellow fan has been tested up to no limit this year, and I thought 1993 was the pits.


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The Drivers Championship IV Eligible Drivers

NOTE: If this where a real race, it would have been an absolute, once and for all World Championship and I would wonder who would have won such a race in real life?


Open Wheel 9


ASCS 2


Jake Strayer


Tasker Phillips


USAC 3


Christopher Bell


Jacob Wilson


Bryan Clauson


WOO 2


Steve Kinser


Sammy Swindell


IICS 2


Tony Kanaan


Simon Pagenaud


Stock Cars 16


NASCAR 12


Sprint Cup 2


David Ragan


Aric Amirola


Whelen AA 2


Nicole Lyons


Emily Gade


(NOTE: If this was a real race and there was an All-Female or All-Minority Contingent from one racing series or sanctioning body, it would have been its own story)


Whelen Mods 1


Mike Stefanik


Nwide 5


Austin Dillon


Johanna Long


Cole Whitt


Kenny Wallace


Kelly Bires


NASCAR Euro Racer  1


Ander Vilarino  (On a serious note , is there any Nwide or Truck Teams who are interested in Ander Vilarino? We already got Canadian and Mexican Tour Alums in Nationwide or Truck, but, I'd like to see Europeans, too, and some more Over the Age of 30 earn their Name.)


Trucks 1


Darrell Wallace,Jr.


USMTS 1


Ryan Gustin


Lucas Oil 2


Scott Bloomquist (One of 2 Ft. Dodge,IA Raised Racers in this Championship, but, prefers to call his base in East Tennessee)


Jimmy Owens


SSS 1 (Rookie Year for the Southern Super Series and one of my personal favorites, Super Late Model is getting more inclusion since the Original ASA's Demise a Decade Ago, but, I feel Super Late Model's Resurgency has come too late for some of these "Young" Careers and Old Venues)


Bubba Pollard


Sports Cars/ Road Racing 4


AMASX 2


Justin Brayton ( Ft. Dodge Native, even has the Ft. Dodge Diploma to prove it)


Justin Barcia


SCCA 1


From the Concrete Canyons of East Tennessee, Jenna Wagner!


ALMS 1


Sir David Brabham, one of the few Non-English Auto Racers to be knighted.


NHRA 2


The Only 2 Time Western Swing Sweep Champion, Dan Fletcher


Katie Sullivan


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2013 Driver of the Year

1 Cap Henry ASCOC  25 25


2 Sammy Swindell WOO 16 69


3 Austin Dillon Nwide 14 141


4 Tony Kanaan IICS 12 78


5 Tasker Phillips ASCS 10 73


6 Christopher Bell USAC 8 113


7 Steve Kinser WOO 6 99


8 Chase Austin IICS 5 35


9 David Ragan Sprint Cup 4 164


10 Dan Fletcher NHRA 3 44


11 Jake Strayer ASCS 2 201


12 Jenna Wagner SCCA 1 96


2013 Driver of the Year Top 6


1 Jake Strayer ASCS 201 +10 =211


2013 Driver Of The Year


2 David Ragan Sprint Cup 164 + 6=170


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 146 + 4=150


2013 3rd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


4 Mike Stefanik Whelen Mods 144 +3=147


5 Austin Dillon Nwide 141+ 2= 143


6 Emily Gade Whelen AA 139+1=140


2013 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


Now, since I am not Bob Jenkins or any other pro motorsports media circus freak, but, I am aware that the 1st Mexican National Polesitter in a US Stock Car Series happened, albeit in Trucks and in Central Iowa, and  Darrell's 1st National Win in the Trucks (Which was actually on TV) and for clarity, Johanna Long having Points Lead in Grand Nationwide, Johanna Long winning Richmond in the Grand Nationwide Bowl I, Danica Winning Stock Car Bowl V, which would be a conference higher than what would happen in real life, Emily Gade being my nominee for the Driver of the Quarter This Summer, which would have been a National Story if it was real and anyone else, and Nicole Lyons being my 3rd Quarter Driver of the Quarter, which would have been a bigger story than my Emily Gade nomination had it been because Minority Gals don't always have access or a say in this Sports World or Entertainment World or even World, bar none. And Johanna Long winning the Halloween 500 and the Grand Nationwide Bowl I Points Crown, which the more I add it up and if what's added up would have happened in real life, it would have been my own personal Nine for IX 30 for 30 ESPN Subseries that would have gone Night after Night and Saga after Saga rivet to your couch theater vs. Emotionometer. Even though Fantasy Football and Texas Football makes us behave  like Bigger Kings than that of what we really are, but, I'd like Sportscasters being like Bryant Gumbel and doing more Real Sports Again, namely Motorsports.


And now, without further ado, here's my 2013 Driver of the Year...


1 Jake Strayer ASCS  211  -


2013 Driver of the Year


2 David Ragan Sprint Cup 170 41


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 150 61


2013 3rd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


4 Mike Stefanik Whelen Mods 147 64


5 Austin Dillon Nwide 143 68


6 Emily Gade Whelen AA 140 71


2013 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


7 Ryan Gustin USMTS 125 86


2013 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


8 Christopher Bell USAC 113 98


9 Ryan Villopoto AMASX 112 99 I


10 Steve Kinser WOO 99 112


11 Jenna Wagner SCCA 96 115


12 Scott Bloomquist Lucas Oil 92 119


13 Dani Pedrosa MotoGP 91 120 S


14 Tony Kanaan IICS 78 133


15 Tasker Phillips ASCS 73 138


16 Sammy Swindell WOO 69 140


17 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 67 142


18 Ander Vilarino NASCAR Euro Racer 66 143


19 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 56 153


20 Johanna Long Nwide 52 157


21 David Brabham ALMS 48 161


22 Cole Whitt Nwide 46 163


23 Kenny Wallace Nwide 45 164


24 Dan Fletcher NHRA 44 165


25 Kelly Bires Nwide 42 167


NOT RANKED


26 Jacob Wilson USAC 41 168


27 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 40 169 I


28 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 40 169


29 Bryan Clauson USAC 38 171


30 Katie Sullivan NHRA 37 172


 


31 Simon Pagenaud IICS 36 173


32 Bubba Pollard SSS 36 173


33 Justin Brayton AMASX 36 173


34 Justin Barcia AMASX 36 173


35 Annabeth Barnes Whelen AA 35 174


36 Chase Austin IICS 35 174


37 CE Falk III Whelen AA 34 175


38 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 33 176


39 Ron Capps NHRA 32 177


40 Brittany Force NHRA 32 177


41 James Buescher Trucks 32 177


42 Justin Lofton Stadium Trucks 31 178


43 Kyle Larson Nwide 30 179


44 Tony Stewart Sprint Cup 30 179 I


45 Courtney Force NHRA 30 179


46 Terry McCarl ASCS 29 180


47 John Force NHRA 29 180


48 Abraham Calderon NASCAR MX 28 181


49 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 28 181


50 Gray Gaulding K and N 28 181


51 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 28 181


52 Kyle Fowler Nwide 27 182


53 Carson McCarl ASCS 26 183


54 Cap Henry ASCOC 25 184


55 Ty Dillon Trucks 25 184


56 Brian Olantunji NHRA 25 184


57 Tracy Hines USAC 25 184


58 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 25 184


59 Austin McCarl ASCS 25 184


60 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 24 185


61 Frank Kimmel ARCA 22 187


62 George Brunnhoezl III Wh So Mods 20 189


63 Scott Pruett Grand Am 19 190


64 Kevin Swindell Nwide 19 190


65 Memo Rojas Grand Am 18 191


66 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 18 191


67 Nico Rosberg F1 18 191


68 Alexis DeJoria NHRA 18 191


69 Steven Mages AMAAX Lites 16 193


70 Justin Wilson IICS 16 193 I


71 Antron Brown NHRA 15 194


72 Tia Norfleet Whelen AA 15 194 S


73 Marc Gene DTM 15 194


74 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 14 195


75 Willy Browning AMAAX 14 195


76 Simona de Silvestro IICS 14 195


77 Jason Leffler ASCOC 14 195 D


78 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 14 195


79 Michael McDade AMAAX 13 196


80 Doug Kalitta NHRA 13 196


81 Davi Millsaps AMASX 12 197 I


82 Eli Tomac AMASX Lites 12 197


83 Michael Lang AMAAX Lites 12 197


84 Kyle Busch Sprint Cup 12 197 S


85 Ana Beatriz IICS 12 197


86 Del Worsham NHRA 12 197


87 Dean Wilson AMASX Lites 11 198


88 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 199 S


89 Alex Bowman Nwide 10 199


90 Mike Alessi AMASX 10 199


91 Ray Courtenmache,Jr. NASCAR CN 10 199


92 Takuma Sato IICS 10 199


93 Rager Phillips ASCS 10 199


94 Stephen Nasse SSS 10 199


95 Ryan Truex Trucks 10 199 I


96 Homero Richards NASCAR MX 10 199


97 Juan Carlos Blum Nwide 10 199


98 Fernando Alonso F1 10 199


99 Ryan Hunter Reay IICS 8 201


100 Michael Annett Nwide 8 201 I


101 Matt Kenseth Sprint Cup 8 201 S


102 Sebastien Bourdais IICS 8 201


103 Allan McNish ALMS 8 201


104 Danny Efland Nwide 8 201


105 Ryan Newman Sprint Cup 7 202


106 Donny Lia Whelen Mods 7 202


107 Kurt Johnson NHRA 6 203


108 Daniel Herrlein AMASX Lites 6 203


109 Jack Beckman NHRA 6 203


110 Jarrod Schneiderman ASCS 6 203


111 Chad Boat ARCA 5 204


112 Greg Biffle Sprint Cup 5 204


113 Tyler Villopoto AMASX Lites 5 204


114 Jeremy Clements Nwide 5 204 S


115 Kevin Harvick Sprint Cup 5 204 S


116 Rob MacCachren Stadium Trucks 5 204


117 Warren Johnson NHRA 5 204


118 .D.J. Kennington NASCAR CN 5 204


119 David Reutimann Sprint Cup 5 204


120 Michael Willard AMAAX Lites 5 204


121 Shane Stewart ASCS 4 205


122 Ben Kennedy K and N 4 205


123 Trey Canard AMASX 4 205


124 Zach Ames AMAAX 4 205


125 Joey Gase Nwide 4 205


126 James Hinchcliffe IICS 4 205


127 Todd Bodine Trucks 4 205


128 Dylan Presnell K and N 4 205


129 Charlie Kimball IICS 3 206


130 Chrissie Wallace Nwide 3 206


131 James Stewart AMASX 3 206


132 Kasey Kahne Sprint Cup 3 206


133 Ryan Partridge Whelen AA 3 206


134 Travis Pastrana Nwide 3 206


135 Dudley Fleck SCCA 3 206


136 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 2 207 S


137 Reed Sorenson Nwide 2 207


138 Scott Dixon IICS 2 207


139 Larry Dixon NHRA 2 207


140 Wil Hahn AMASX Lites 2 207


141 Ed Carpenter IICS 2 207


142 Ryan Dungey AMASX 2 207


143 Dario Franchitti IICS 1 208 I


144 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 1 208 S


145 Robert Hight NHRA 1 208


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Grand Nationwide Bowl I Win Board and Actual 2013 Racers

Grand Nationwlde Bowl I Win Board (As of 11-12-13, and with One Race to Go)


1 70-Johanna Long    2


2   7-Regan Smith     2


3 29-Kenny Wallace   1


4 22-Ryan Blaney     1


5 10-Cole Whitt       1


6 3-Austin Dillon     1


7 20-German Quiroga 1


8 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.  1


9 6-Trevor Bayne     1


10 32-Kyle Larson   1


11 52-Joey Gase    1


12 07-Danny Efland 1


13 99- Alex Bowman 1


14 79-Kyle Fowler   1


15 44-Hal Martin    1


Grand Nationwide Bowl I Board


1 70-Johanna Long


2 7-Regan Smith


3 29-Kenny Wallace


4 22-Ryan Blaney


5 10-Cole Whitt


6  3-Austin Dillon


7 20-German Quiroga


8 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.


9  6-Trevor Bayne


10 32-Kyle Larson


11 52-Joey Gase


12 07-Danny Efand


13 99-Alex Bowman


14 79-Kyle Fowler


15 44-Hal Martin


16 88-Jeffrey Earnhardt


17 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.


18 01-Mike Wallace


19 91-Jeff Green


20 31-Justin Allgaier


21 00-Blake Koch


22 8-Scott Lagasse,Jr.


23 40-Reed Sorenson


24 2-Brian Scott


25 77-Parker Kligerman


26 46-Chase Miller


27 11-Elliott Sadler


28 17-Tanner Berryhill


29 98-Kevin Swindell


30 30-James Buescher


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Grand Nationwide Bowl I Standings After Halloween 500

After 12 of 13 Events                                                          W        P


1 70-Johanna Long                      230                 -              2         1A     1


Clinched 2013 Grand Nationwide Bowl I


2 3-Austin Dillon                          145                85                                2


3 88-Jeffrey Earnhardt                   104             126                                3


4 79-Kyle Fowler                          102              128             1          1      4


5 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.            101              129                        1E      5


6 01-Mike Wallace                       100              130                                  6


7 29-Kenny Wallace                       99              131            1                   7


8 32-Kyle Larson                           99              131            1                   8


9 10-Jeff Green                             97             133                                 9


10  6-Trevor Bayne                        95            135                                10


11 44-Cole Whitt                          94             136             1        1E      11


12 31-Justin Allgaier                     94             136                                12


13 00-Blake Koch                         77             153                                13


14  8-Scott Lagasse,Jr.                 75             155                                 14


15 40-Reed Sorenson                  74             156                                15


16  91-Hal Martin                        71              159               1              16


17  2-Brian Scott                        70              160                                17


18 99-Alex Bowman                   68              162            1                   18


19 77-Parker Kligerman              67              163                                19


20 46-Chase Miller                     66              164                                20


21 11-Elliott Sadler                    63               167                                21


22 07-Danny Efland                   62               168         1                     22


23 17-Tanner Berryhill               62               168                                23


24 98-Kevin Swindell                 62                168                               24


25 74-Mike Harmon                  56               174                    1           S


26 30-James Buescher              49               181                    1A          25


27 14-Eric McClure                    49              181                                  I


28 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.             42               188


29 14-Jenna Wagner               37              193


30 92-Dexter Stacy                 31               199


31 51-Jeremy Clements          30              200                       1         S


32 22-Ryan Blaney                 30              200


33 89-Morgan Shepard           29              201


34 51-Chrissie Wallace          28               202


35 18-Drew Herring               26                204


36 55-David Starr                 25                205                    1E


37 15-Stanton Barrett           25                205                     1


38 74-Juan Carlos Blum       25                205                     1


39 66-Justin Lofton             24                206


40 87-Joe Nemechek           24               206


41 43-Dylan Presnell            19               211


42 33-Ty Dillon                   16               214


43 24-Ryan Ellis                  14              216


44 37-Matt DiBenedetto       14              216


45P 33-Tony Stewart            14             216                  I


46 30-Nelson Piquet,Jr.         10            220                  S


47 7-Regan Smith                   8           222


48 43-Michael Annett               8          222                  I


49 21-Dakoda Armstrong          8         222


50 5-Brad Sweet                      7         223


51 27-David Green                  6         224


52 60-Travis Pastrana              5       225


53 21-Brendan Gaughn            2      228


54 20-Brian Vickers                 2       228         S


55 16-Chris Buescher              2       228


56 70-Tony Raines                 1       229


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Lap 334 Halloween 500 Finishing Order

1 (12) 70-Johanna Long            25   10  35  230


2 (13) 3-Austin Dillon                       16       145


3 (14) 14-Jenna Wagner                  14         37


4 (2)  22-Ryan Blaney                     12         30


5 (3)   6-Trevor Bayne                    10         95


6 (9) 66-Justin Lofton                      8        24


7 (15) 2-Brian Scott                        6        70


8 (11) 43-Dylan Presnell                 5        19


9 (5) 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.         4       101


10 (19) 99-Alex Bowman                3         68


11 (21) 31-Justin Allgaier               2         94


12 (20) 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.            1         42


13 (22) 01-Mike Wallace


14 (4) 98-Kevin Swindell


15 (6) 30-James Buescher


16 (7) 79-Bryan Silas


17 (16) 51-Chrissie Wallace


18 (18) 5-Brad Sweet


19 (8) 55-David Starr  280 Engine


20 (17) 87-Joe Nemechek 244 Engine


21 (10) 52-Joey Gase      202 Engine


22 (1) 89-Morgan Shepard 173 Engine


NOT CLASSIFIED


23 44-Cole Whitt 147 Engine


24 20-Kelly Bires 123 Engine


25 18-Drew Herring 102 Engine


26 10-Jeff Green     54 Engine


27 24-Ryan Ellis     31 Engine


28 77-Parker Kligerman 18 Engine


29 33-Ty Dillon 7 Crash


30 00-Blake Koch 7 Crash


31 32-Kyle Larson 7 Crash


Lap Leaders:


Shepard 168


Blaney 169-171


Bayne 172-175


Swindell 176-177


Richardson,Jr. 178-182


Buescher 183-186


Silas 187-190


Starr 191-195


Lofton 196-199


Gase 200-202


Presnell 203-209


Long 210-214


A. Dillon 215-220


Wagner 221-227


Scott 228-233


C. Wallace 234-238


Nemechek 239-244


Sweet 245-250


Bowman 251-259


Hornish,Jr. 260-266


Allgaier 267-273


M. Wallace 274-277


Blaney 278-281


Bayne 282


Swindell 283-287


Richardson,Jr. 288-292


Buescher 293-297


Silas 298-300


Lofton 301-305


M.Wallace 306-309


Presnell 310-314


Long 315-320


A. Dillon 321-326


Long 327-334


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Lap 168 Halloween 500 Restart Order

Lap 168


Row 1


89-Morgan Shepard


22-Ryan Blaney


Row 2


 6-Trevor Bayne


98-Kevin Swindell


Row 3


23-Robert Richardson,Jr.


30-James Buescher


Row 4


79-Bryan Silas


55-David Starr


Row 5


66-Justin Lofton


52-Joey Gase


Row 6


43-Dylan Presnell


70-Johanna Long


Row 7


 3-Austin Dillon


14-Jenna Wagner


Row 8


 2-Brian Scott


51-Chrissie Wallace


Row 9


87-Joe Nemechek


 5-Brad Sweet


Row 10


99-Alex Bowman


12-Sam Hornish,Jr.


Row 11


31-Justin Allgaier


01-Mike Wallace


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Lap 167 Halloween 500 Finishing Order

1 (19) 3-Austin Dillon


2 (18) 70-Johanna Long


3 (24) 43-Dylan Presnell


4 (29) 52-Joey Gase


5 (26) 66-Justin Lofton


6 (28) 55-David Starr


7 (30) 79-Kyle Fowler


8 (1) 30-James Buescher


9 (27) 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.


10 (15) 98-Kevin Swindell


11 (16) 6-Trevor Bayne


12 (2) 22-Ryan Blaney


13 (4) 89-Morgan Shepard


14 (6) 14-Jenna Wagner


15 (10) 2-Brian Scott


16 (8) 51-Chrissie Wallace


17 (13) 87-Joe Nemechek


18 (9) 5-Brad Sweet


19 (11) 99-Alex Bowman


20 (7) 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.


21 (12) 31-Justin Allgaier


22 (14) 01-Mike Wallace


23 (25) 44-Cole Whitt         147   Engine


24 (22) 20-Kelly Bires         123 Engine


25 (5) 18-Drew Herring        102 Engine


26 (17) 10-Jeff Green           54 Engine


27 (3) 24-Ryan Ellis             31 Engine


28 (31) 77-Parker Kligerman  18 Engine


29 (20) 33-Ty Dillon               7 Crash


30 (21) 00-Blake Koch           7 Crash


31 (23) 32-Kyle Larson          7 Crash


Lap Leaders:


J. Buescher 1


Blaney 2-3


Ellis 4


Shepard 5-8


Herring 9-10


Wagner 11-15


Hornish,Jr. 16-19


C. Wallace 20


Sweet 21-22


Scott 23-25


Bowman 26-29


Allgaier 30-32


Nemechek 33


M. Wallace 34-35


Swindell 36-41


Bayne 42-45


Green 46-54


Long 55-58


A. Dillon 59-63


Birse 64-69


Presnell 70-75


Whitt 76-79


Lofton 80


Richardson,Jr. 81-86


Starr 87-90


Gase 91


Silas 92-95


J. Buescher 96-98


Blaney 99


Shepard 100-101


Herring 102


Wagner 103-107


Hornish,Jr. 108-114


C.Wallace 115-120


Sweet 121-125


Scott 126-129


Bowman 130-133


Allgaier 134-139


Nemechek 140-144


M. Wallace 145-148


Swindell 149-153


Bayne 154-158


Long 159-162


A. Dillon 163-167


Official Inversion Number Between 2 and 22 is 13


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Halloween 500 Starting Lineup

Row 1


30-James Buescher


22-Ryan Blaney


Row 2


24-Ryan Ellis


89-Morgan Shepard


Row 3


18-Drew Herring


14-Jenna Wagner


Row 4


12-Sam Hornish,Jr.


51-Chrissie Wallace


Row 5


 5-Brad Sweet


 2-Brian Scott


Row 6


99-Alex Bowman


31-Justin Allgaier


Row 7


87-Joe Nemechek


01-Mike Wallace


Row 8


98-Kevin Swindell


 6-Trevor Bayne


Row 9


10-Jeff Green


70-Johanna Long


Row 10


 3-Austin Dillon


33-Ty Dillon


Row 11


00-Blake Koch


20-Kelly Bires


Row 12


32-Kyle Larson


43-Dylan Presnell


Row 13


44-Cole Whitt


66-Justin Lofton


Row 14


23-Robert Richardson,Jr.


55-David Starr


Row 15


52-Joey Gase


79-Bryan Silas


Row 16


77-Parker Kligerman


Guys (Or Girls) Who Did Not Qualify


16-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.  1


11-Elliott Sadler 4


7-Regan Smith 2


40-TJ Bell  2


60-Travis Pastrana 4


54-German Quiroga 1


 4-Landon Cassill 4


19-Mike Bliss 2


42-Josh Wise 3


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Grand Nationwide Bowl I After Halloween 500 Inversion

                                                                                                 W   P


         After Halloween 500s Inversions


1 70- Johanna Long                     195                             -           1    1A   1


2  3-Austin Dillon                        129                            66                       2


3 88-Jeffrey Earnhardt                104                            91                       3


4 79-Kyle Fowler                        102                            93           1     1    4


5 01-Mike Wallace                     100                            95                       5


6 29-Kenny Wallace                    99                            96           1           6


7 32-Kyle Larson                        99                            96           1           7


8 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.          97                            98                 1E    8


9 10-Jeff Green                         97                             98                       9


10 44-Cole Whitt                      94                            101          1    1E   10


11 31-Justin Allgaier                 92                            103                      11


12 6-Trevor Bayne                    85                           110                       12


13 00-Blake Koch                    77                            118                       13


14  8-Scott Lagasse,Jr.           75                             120                       14


15 40-Reed Sorenson            74                             121                      15


16 44-Hal Martin                   71                             124      1              16


17 77-Parker Kligerman         67                             128                      17


18 46-Chase Miller               66                              129                      18


19 99-Alex Bowman              65                             130   1                 19


20  2-Brian Scott                  64                            131                       20


21 11-Elliott Sadler               63                            132                       21


22 07-Danny Efland             62                             133  1                  22


23 17-Tanner Berryhill         62                             133                      23


24 98-Kevin Swindell           61                             134                      24


25 74-Mike Harmon            56                            139                    1  S


26 30-James Buescher        49                            146                   1A  25


27 14-Eric McClure             49                             146                          I


28 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.        41                            154


29 92-Dexter Stacey          31                            164


30 44-Chad Hackenbracht  31                            164


31 51-Jeremy Clements     30                            165                       1   S


32 89-Morgan Shepard      29                             166


33 51-Chrissie Wallace      28                             167


34 18-Drew Herring           26                             169


35 55-David Starr            25                    1E      170


36 15-Stanton Barrett      25                     1       170


37 74-Juan Carlos Blum   25                    1      170


38 87-Joe Nemechek      24                            171


39 14-Jenna Wagner      23                            172


40 22-Ryan Blaney         18                           177


41 66-Justin Lofton        16                          179


42 33-Ty Dillon             16                           179


43 24-Ryan Ellis           14                            181


44 43-Dylan Presnell   14                             181


45 37-Matt DiBenedetto  14                         181


46P 33-Tony Stewart       14                        181   I


47 30-Nelson Piquet,Jr.   10                       185    S


48 7-Regan Smith           8                        187


49 43-Michael Annett       8                       187      I


50 21-Dakoda Armstrong  8                      187


51 5-Brad Sweet              7                       188


52 27-David Green          6                       189


53 60-Travis Pastrana      5                       190


54 21-Brendan Gaughn  2                        193


55 20-Brian Vickers       2                        193       S


56 16-Chris Buescher  2                          193


57 70-Tony Raines    1                          194


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Halloween 500 Inversion Between 2 and 31

The Halloween 500 Inversion between 2 and 31 is ... 28


30-James Buescher  25  49


22-Ryan Blaney       16 18


24-Ryan Ellis           14 14


89-Morgan Shepard  12 29


18-Drew Herring       10 26


14-Jenna Wagner      8  23


12-Sam Hornish,Jr.    6  41


51-Chrissie Wallace   5  28


 5-Brad Sweet           4  7


 2-Brian Scott           3  64


99-Alex Bowman       2 65


31-Justin Allgaier      1 92


Grand Nationwide Bowl Post Inversion Standings Next...


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Grand Nationwide Bowl I Standings After Halloween 250s

                                                                                           W   P


1 70- Johanna Long                       195                      -            1  1A    1


2  3-Austin Dillon                           129                     66                      2


3 88-Jeffrey Earnhardt                    104                     91                     3


4 79-Kyle Fowler                             102                    93          1   1     4


5 01-Mike Wallace                          100                   95                      5


6 29-Kenny Wallace                          99                  96           1         6


7 32-Kyle Larson                              99                  96          1          7


8 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.                97                  98                 1   8


9 10-Jeff Green                                97                 98                       9


10 44-Cole Whitt                              94                100          1   1E  10


11 31-Justin Allgaier                         91                104                    11


12  6-Trevor Bayne                          85                110                     12


13 00-Blake Koch                            77                118                     13


14 8-Scott Lagasse,Jr.                     75               120                      14


15 40-Reed Sorenson                     74               121                      15


16 44-Hal Martin                            71                124     1              16


17 77-Parker Kligerman                  67                128                    17


18 46-Chase Miller                        66                129                    18


19 99-Alex Bowman                      63                 132 1                19


20 11-Elliott Sadler                       63                  132                  20


21 07-Danny Efland                      62                 133 1                21


22 17-Tanner Berryhill                  62                  133                   22


23  2-Brian Scott                          61                 134                   23


24 98-Kevin Swindell                     61                 134                  24


25 74-Mike Harmon                     56                 139            1     S


26 14-Eric McClure                       49                 146                   I


27 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.                 35                157                    25


28 92-Dexter Stacey                   31                 161


29 44-Chad Hackenbracht           31                161


30 51-Jeremy Clements             30                162                       1   S


31 55-David Starr                      25                167                       1


32 15-Stanton Barrett                25                167                       1


33 74-Juan Carlos Blum            25                167                       1


34 16-Ryan Reed                     25                167


35 30-James Buescher             24                168


36 87-Joe Nemechek               24                 168


37 51-Chrissie Wallace           23                  169


38 89-Morgan Shepard           17                 175


39 66-Justin Lofton               16                 176


40 33-Ty Dillon                    16                  176


41 18-Drew Herring              16                  176


42 14-Jenna Wagner            15                 177


43 43-Dylan Presnell            14                 178


44 37-Matt DiBenedetto       14                  178


45P 33-Tony Stewart           14                  178           I


46 30-Nelson Piquet,Jr.       10                 182           S


47  7-Regan Smith              8                 184


48 43-Michael Annett           8                 184          S


49 21-Dakoda Armstrong     8                 184


50 27-David Green             6                  186


51 60- Travis Pastrana       5                  187


52  5-Brad Sweet              3                 189


53 22-Ryan Blaney           2                 190


54 21-Brendan Gaughn     2                190


55 20-Brian Vickers          2                190          S


56 16-Chris Buescher       2                190


57 70-Tony Raines           1                191


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Halloween 250 Race #2

1 (5) 23-Robert Richardson,Jr.     25    2nd 97


2 (4) 44-Cole Whitt                   16    4th   94


3 (3) 32-Kyle Larson                 14    6th    99


4 (6) 00-Blake Koch                  12    8th    77


5 (1) 3-Austin Dillon                  10   10th   129


6 (2) 10-Jeff Green                     8   12th   97


7 (8) 98-Kevin Swindell               6   14th    61


8 (10) 87-Joe Nemechek            5   16th    24


9 (7) 99-Alex Bowman                4   18th   63


10 (14) 5-Brad Sweet                 3   20th     3


11 (17) 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.        2   22nd    35


12 (11) 18-Drew Herring            1   24th     16


13 (19) 24-Ryan Ellis                     26th


14 (9)  30-James Buescher            28th


15 (19) 79-Bryan Silas             33 Crash 30th


16 (20) 16-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 33 Crash DNQ


17 (12)  7-Regan Smith          26 Crash  DNQ


18 (15) 60-Travis Pastrana      26 Crash DNQ


19 (16) 4-Landon Cassill         15 Engine DNQ


20 (18) 42-Josh Wise               6 Engine DNQ


Lap Leaders:


A. Dillon 1


Green 2-3


Larson 4


Whitt 5-7


Richardson,Jr. 8


Koch 9-12


Bowman 13-17


Swindell 18


J.Buescher 19-20


Nemechek 21-23


Herring 24-27


Sweet 28


Hornish,Jr. 29-30


Ellis 31-34


A. Dillon 35-37


Green 38-44


Larson 45-49


Whitt 50-56


Richardson,Jr. 57-62


Koch 63-67


Bowman 68-72


Swindell 73-79


J.Buescher 80-84


Nemechek 85-87


Herring 88-92


Sweet 93-95


Hornish,Jr. 96-99


A. Dillon 100-104


Green 105-108


Larson 109-113


Whitt 114-116


Richardson,Jr. 117


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Halloween 250 Race #1 Finishing Order

1 (19) 55-David Starr                 25   25 1st


2 (20) 66-Justin Lofton             16   16  3rd


3 (16) 43-Dylan Presnell           14   14  5th


4 (15) 20-Kelly Bires                12   12   7th


5 (13) 33-Ty Dillon                  10   16 9th


6 (1) 70-Johanna Long              8   195 11th


7 (5)  6-Trevor Bayne               6     85 13th


8 (2) 01-Mike Wallace              5   100 15th


9 (3) 31-Justin Allgaier             4    91  17th


10(8) 2-Brian Scott                  3    61  19th


11 (10) 51-Chrissie Wallace     2    23   21st


12 (12) 14-Jenna Wagner       1    15    23rd


13 (11) 89-Morgan Shepard                 25th


14 (14) 22-Ryan Blaney                      27th


15 (4) 52-Joey Gase                           29th


16 (6) 77-Parker Kligerman                 31st


17 (7) 11-Elliott Sadler             69 Engine DNQ


18 (18) 40-TJ Bell                   58 Crash   DNQ


19 (9) 54-German Quiroga      33 Engine   DNQ


20 (17) 19-Mike Bliss                7 Engine  DNQ


Lap Leaders:


Long 1-3


M.Wallace 4


Allgaier 5-8


Bayne 9


Gase 10-14


Kligerman 15-20


Sadler 21-24


Scott 25-35


C.Wallace 36


Shepard 37-39


Wagner 40-44


T.Dillon 45-50


Blaney 51-55


Bires 56-59


Starr 60


Lofton 61-66


Long 67-71


M.Wallace 72


Allgaier 73-77


Gase 78-84


Bayne 85-89


Kligerman 90-95


Scott 96-103


C.Wallace 104-108


Shepard 109


Wagner 110


T. Dillon 111-112


Blaney 113


Bires 114


Presnell 115-116


Starr 117


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Halloween Twin 250s Race #2

Row 1


 3-Austin Dillon


10-Jeff Green


Row 2


32-Kyle Larson


44-Cole Whitt


Row 3


23-Robert Richardson,Jr.


00-Blake Koch


Row 4


99-Alex Bowman


98-Kevin Swindell


Row 5


30-James Buescher


87-Joe Nemechek


Row 6


18-Drew Herring


 7-Regan Smith


Row 7


60-Travis Pastrana


 5-Brad Sweet


Row 8


12-Sam Hornish,Jr.


 4-Landon Cassill


Row 9


24-Ryan Ellis


42-Josh Wise


Row 10


79-Bryan Silas


16-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


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Halloween Twin 250s Race #1 Starting Lineup

(Editor's Note: Even though Halloween was 10 Days Ago, I am now only getting to the Halloween 500 Portion of my Race Coverage)


Row 1


70-Johanna Long


01-Mike Wallace


Row 2


31-Justin Allgaier


52-Joey Gase


Row 3


 6-Trevor Bayne


77-Parker Kigerman


Row 4


11-Elliott Sadler


 2-Brian Scott


Row 5


54-German Quiroga


51-Chrissie Wallace


Row 6


89-Morgan Shepard


14-Jenna Wagner


Row 7


33- Ty Dillon


22-Ryan Blaney


Row 8


20-Kelly Bires


43-Dylan Presnell


Row 9


19-Mike Bliss


40-TJ Bell


Row 10


55-David Starr


66-Justin Lofton


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Nationwide Without Nationwide? A Real and Preposterous Thought? Or Is It?

I hate to test up an already tested fan base, but, the premise of if NASCAR is unable to replace Nationwide's Sponsorship and let Nationwide merge into Sprint Cup is very real. Of all the seasons I could remember, 1993 Included, this has to be the pits. The obvious is 1, it would shuttle drivers into Sprint Cup, and for a Gray Gaulding, who won't be 18 until the year 2016, it would mean a bonus year of trucks either way.


I wonder with the Unemployment Rate as stagnant and Corporate Sponsors being reluctant to throw their name around like an Internet Plug, is an awful combination. But, what would be an end result, at least for 2015 and 2016, would make Qualifying Twin Races Again. But, we do realize, that as the time marches on, there has to be room to make a New Series instead of just going about the cash registers and saying "Company X Grand National".


I would love to see more of an oppurtunity to at least help improve Sponsor Oppurtunities and Relations because this has to be a difficult time for sponsors and fans.


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World Championships Championship Rounds

Semifinals


Nitro Finals


Clay Millican over Del Worsham


Stock Finals


Jeg Coughlin,Jr. over Hector Arana,Sr.


World Finals


Jeg Coughlin,Jr. vs. Clay Millican


World Championship


Jeg Coughlin,Jr. over Clay Millican


US Nationals National Champion= FC Ron Capps


World Champion= PS Jeg Coughlin,Jr.


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World Championships 2nd Round

Top Fuel 2nd Round


7 Millican over 9 Vandergriff,Jr.


Funny Car 2nd Round


9 Worsham over 2 Hagan


Nitro Finals


FC9 Worsham vs. TF7 Millican


Pro Stock Car 2nd Round


1 Coughlin over 7 Anderson


Pro Stock Motorcycle 2nd Round


4 Arana,Sr. over 2 Arana,Jr.


Stock Finals


PSM4 Arana,Sr. vs. PSC1 Coughlin


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World Championships 1st Round Stock Division (PSC-PSM)

Pro Stock Car 1st Round


7 Anderson over 3 Line


1 Coughlin over 4 A. Johnson


Pro Stock Car 2nd Round (In a Normal Race Weekend, this would be the Finals)


7 Anderson vs. 1 Coughlin


Pro Stock Motorcycle 1st Round


2 Arana,Jr. over 4 Hines


4 Arana,Sr. over 9 A. Arana


Pro Stock Motorcycle 2nd Round (In a Normal Race Weekend, this would be the Finals)


4 Arana,Sr. vs. 2 Arana,Jr.


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World Championships 1st Round Nitro Divisions (TF-FC)

Top Fuel 1st Round


 7 Millican over 14 McMillen


 9 Vandergriff,Jr. over 5 Brown


Top Fuel 2nd Round Matchup (In a Traditional Weekend, it would be a Final Round)


9 Vandergriff,Jr. vs. 7 Millican


Funny Car 1st Round


2 Hagan over 6 Capps


9 Worsham over 12 DeJoria


Funny Car 2nd Round Matchup (In a Traditional Weekend, it would be a Final Round)


9 Worsham vs. 2 Hagan


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Troubling Times at Hawkeye Downs

I never thought, or wanted to think, my Fair City's 2nd Oldest Pro Sports Tradition in Hawkeye Downs would get marginalized from Pro Team to To The Side to not potentially seeing 2015. And, from the "Speak and Hearsay" Division, as sponsored by Facebook, it is troubling for a Stock Car Short Track of Hawkeye Downs Level to not just not have Super Late Models, but, to not even offer them.


And, even if they had to build an All New All Iowa Fair tomorrow in Swisher or Shueyville as a True Fairground and a Permanent Replacement to the Hawkeye Downs of the Present, it still won't genuinely replace the Hawkeye Downs of my Childhood, even though I have been there only once this century in 2012. I think more than 1 Summer sans racing at Hawkeye Downs would lead the All Iowa Fair Board to consider their options. And it still won't be the Hawkeye Downs of my Childhood in the 1990s and the present Veterans Memorial Stadium still isn't the Old One. And even if Westdale Mall was demolished next Spring, all because of an armful of Sly Foxes being litigants, and we built all new with an NHL Rink like Coral Ridge, but, even if it was next door, it still won't be Westdale.


Pride, and Isms can be played to Mars, and the Northwest Side of Cedar Rapids' Economy is played out to Nothing Left and instead of a Renaissance, it is a disaster because more people are going Southwest and even if we saw a new A and W Drive Ins in town, they still won't be Ellis and I get so angry at the Economic Hate Crimes that went down after our Crutch Broke and we all can't rise to the occasion like Louisville Rose around Kevin Ware, and people will remember the end of a Great Season if it ended prematurely instead of the actual year like Jefferson in 2000.


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1 Angry Customer at FOX Sports

Once upon a time, last summer, SPEED Channel was on its last full weekend on the air. That was 90 Days Ago and we where right on the face of Ankeny High and Ankeny Centennial instead of Ankeny Community High like before. Also, what's scarier about FOX Sports 1's "Inside Job" is they are adopting sports they have zero or subzero history in:Golf, Tennis, and most College Football and Basketball not Big XII, Missouri Valley, or Pac 10.


I have a desired question to be answered : If something that was a part of our weekends was smugly and remorselessly replaced like a Spark Plug and forgot about, would we scream for answers? And, I get offended when the only thing going is the Ca$h Register$ as we keep running the Yens, Euros and Dollars.


I would like to see more Sports Platforms than there are on Network TV as Fox Sports not admitting they are wrong, and we know that they aren't in the right, as Open Wheel's Welfare Check is disproportionately small and worse, we want Sports News, not Sports Noise and I was all for an Opening Night in Hoops like other College Sports, but, I am not pleased with letting OT on the New Big East Hoops override Trucks and their Prerace because I am wanting answers.


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World Championships 2nd Round Qualifying Pro Stock Motorcycle

11 Hines over 3 Ray


 2 Arana,Jr. over 10 Gann


 4 Arana,Sr. over 5 Krawiek


 9 A. Arana over 1 M. Smith


Pro Stock Motorcycle 1st Round (In a Traditional Round, The Semifinals)


11 Hines vs. 2 Arana,Jr.


 9 A. Arana vs. 4 Arana,Sr.


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World Championships 2nd Round Qualifying Pro Stock Car

 3 Line over 11 Jones


 7 Anderson over 2 Edwards


 4 A. Johnson over 12 Morgan


 1 Coughlin over 9 Nobile


Pro Stock Car 1st Round (Or, in a traditional race weekend, the Semifinals)


 7 Anderson vs. 3 Line


 4 A. Johnson vs. 1 Coughlin


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Funny Car 2nd Round Qualifying Results

6 Capps over 3 Beckman


2 Hagan over 10 Wilkerson


12 DeJoria over 13 Arend


9 Worsham over 1 J. Force


Funny Car 1st Round Matchups (Or, Semifinals if this where a Traditional National Event Weekend)


6 Capps vs. 2 Hagan


12 DeJoria vs. 9 Worsham


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World Championships Top Fuel 2nd Round Qualifying

14 McMillen over 6 Schumacher


 7 Millican over 2 D. Kalitta


 5 Brown over 13 B. Force


 9 Vandergriff,Jr. over 16 Dixon


Top Fuel 1st Round (Traditional Semifinals, if this was a traditional National Event, not to upset the apple cart entirely.)


14 McMillen vs. 7 Millican


 9 Vandergriff vs. 5 Brown


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World Championships Pro Stock Motorcycle 1st Round Qualifying

 9 A.Arana over 8 Hall


 1 M.Smith over 16 Savoie


 5 Krawiek over 4 S.Johnson


 4 Arana,Sr. over 13 Berry


10 Gann over 7 Pollacheck


 2 Arana,Jr. over 15 A.Smith


 11 Hines over 6 Tonglet


 3 Ray over 14 Underdahl


World Championships Pro Stock Motorcycle 2nd Round Qualifying


11 Hines vs. 3 Ray


10 Gann vs. 2 Arana,Jr.


 5 Krawiek vs. 4 Arana,Sr.


9 A.Arana vs. 1 M.Smith


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World Championships 1st Round Qualifying Pro Stock Car

 9 Nobile over 8 Gaines


 1 Coughlin over 16 McGaha


12 Morgan over 5 Enders-Stevens


 4 A.Johnson over 13 Stanfield


 7 Anderson over 10 Brogdon


 2 Edwards over 15 Hartford


11 Jones over 6 S.Gray


 3 Line over 14 Kent


2nd Round Qualifying Pro Stock Car Matchups


11 Jones vs. 3 Line


7 Anderson vs. 2 Edwards


12 Morgan vs. 4 A. Johnson


 9 Nobile vs. 1 Coughlin


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Stock Car Bowl Entry List 11-8-13

1 48-Jimmie Johnson   7


2 1-Jamie McMurray     2


3 99-Carl Edwards       2


4 00-David Reutimann 2


5 5-Kasey Kahne        2


6 10-Danica Patrick     2


7 24-Jeff Gordon        1


8 32-Ken Schrader     1


9 39-Ryan Newman    1


10 21-Timothy Peters 1


11 16-Greg Biffle       1


12 34-David Ragan    1


13 43-Aric Amirola     1


14  7-Dave Blaney    1


15 28-Darrell Wallace,Jr. 1


16 31-Jeff Burton  1


 


17 38-David Gilliand 1


18 36-JJ Yeley       1


19 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


Injured


1 47-Bobby LaBonte 2


2 14-Tony Stewart  2


Suspended


1 20-Matt Kenseth 7


2 18-Kyle Busch   4


3 29-Kevin Harvick 3


4 55-Brian Vickers 1


5 56-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


6 22-Joey Logano 1


7 2-Brad Keselowski 1


8 93-Travis Kvapil 1


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World Championship Funny Car 1st Round Qualifying

 9 Worsham over 8 J. Gray


 1 J. Force over 16 Alexander


12 DeJoria over 5 C. Pedregon


13 Arend over 4 Hight


10 Wilkerson over 7 C. Force


 2 Hagan over 15 Head


 6 Capps over 11 Tasca III


 3 Beckman over 14 T. Pedregon


World Championship Funny Car 2nd Round Qualifying


 6 Capps vs. 3 Beckman


10 Wilkerson vs. 2 Hagan


13 Arend vs. 12 DeJoria


 9 Worsham vs. 1 J. Force


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World Championships Top Fuel 1st Rd Qualifying

 9 Vandergriff,Jr. over 8 Albalooshi


16 Dixon over 1 Langdon


 5 Brown over 12 Bernstein


13 B.Force over 4 Lucas


 7 Millican over 10 Torrence


 2 D. Kalitta over 15 Pruett


 6 Schumacher over 11 Grubnic


14 McMillen over 3 Massey


World Championships Top Fuel 2nd Rd Qualifying


 14 McMillen vs. 6 Schumacher


   7 Millican vs. 2 D. Kalitta


  13 B.Force vs. 5 Brown


 16 Dixon vs. 9 Vandergriff,Jr.


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2013 NHRA World Championships Field

2013 "National" Champion: Ron Capps FC


Top Fuel


1 Shawn Langdon


2 Doug Kalitta


3 Spencer Massey


4 Morgan Lucas


5 Antron Brown


6 Tony Schumacher


7 Clay Millican


8 Khalid Albalooshi


9 Bob Vandergriff,Jr.


10 Steve Torrence


11 David Grubnic


12 Brandon Bernstein


13 Brittany Force


14 Terry McMillen


15 Leah Pruett


16 Larry Dixon


Funny Car


1 John Force


2 Matt Hagan


3 Jack Beckman


4 Robert Hight


5 Cruz Pedregon


6 Ron Capps


7 Courtney Force


8 Johnny Gray


9 Del Worsham


10 Tim Wilkerson


11 Bob Tasca III


12 Alexis DeJoria


13 Jeff Arend


14 Tony Pedregon


15 Chad Head


16 Blake Alexander


Pro Stock Car


1 Jeg Coughlin


2 Mike Edwards


3 Jason Line


4 Allen Johnson


5 Erica Enders-Stevens


6 Shane Gray


7 Greg Anderson


8 V Gaines


9 Vincent Nobile


10 Rodger Brogdon


11 Rickie Jones


12 Larry Morgan


13 Greg Stanfield


14 Steven Kent


15 Matthew Hartford


16 Chris McGaha


Pro Stock Motorcycle


1 Matt Smith


2 Hector Arana,Jr.


3 Michael Ray,Jr.


4 Hector Arana,Sr.


5 Eddie Krawiek


6 LE Tonglet


7 Scotty Pollacheck


8 John Hall


9 Adam Arana


10 Shawn Gann


11 Andrew Hines


12 Steve Johnson


13 Mike Berry


14 James Underdahl


15 Angie Smith


16 Gerald Savoie


World Championship


Top Fuel 1st Rd Qualifying


9 Vandergriff vs. 8 Albalooshi


16 Dixon vs, 1 Langdon


12 Bernstein vs. 5 Brown


13 B.Force vs. 4 Lucas


11 Grubnic vs. 6 Schumacher


14 McMillen vs. 3 Massey


10 Torrence vs. 7 Millican


15 Pruett vs. 2 D.Kalitta


1st Round Qualifying Funny Car


9 Worsham vs. 8 J. Gray


16 Alexander vs. 1 J. Force


12 DeJoria vs. 5 C. Pedregon


13 Arend vs. 4 Hight


11 Tasca III vs. 6 Capps


14 T. Pedregon vs. 3 Beckman


10 Wilkerson vs. 7 C. Force


15 Head vs. 2 Hagan


1st Round Qualifying Pro Stock Car


 9 Nobile vs. 8 Gaines


16 McGaha vs. 1 Coughlin


12 Morgan vs. 5 Enders-Stevens


13 Stanfield vs. 4 A. Johnson


11 Jones vs. 6 S. Gray


14 Kent vs. 3 Line


10 Brogdon vs. 7 Anderson


15 Hartford vs. 2 Edwards


Pro Stock Motorcycle 1st Rd Qualifying


 9 A. Arana vs. 8 Hall


16 Savoie vs. 1 M. Smith


12 S.Johnson vs. 5 Krawiek


13 Berry vs. 4 Arana,Sr.


11 Hines vs. 6 Tonglet


14 Underdahl vs. 3 Ray


10 Gann vs. 7 Pollacheck


15 A.Smith vs. 2 Arana,Jr.


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Old Schooled and Old Styled

With the loss of Old Style over Budweiser, the Cubs Front Office realizes they got the trappings of not just Bad Losers, but a Bad Team. That is one big way to alienate fans over the little stuff.  I wouldn't see it funny or amusing, even though I am not a drinker and for good reason to not see other beers not named Budweiser, Bud Light, Busch Beer and Busch Light.


Frankly, its the That '70s Culture where we are living in where easy bucks trumpet common sense. In ethics, if everyone in my region fundraised for Coralville while Iowa City became more and more of a nightmare, duh, where will we learn 2 +2?


Frankly, I get so mad at certain things now, or things that actually happened in the "You Name It, It Happened" Year that it is not funny. Even though I am a difference between a Boiler and a Panic Room, but, those years no one wants part of. Movies are more fun when Mockery was not an Art Form and everyone has a space for their own story and not Batman.


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They reward heart and good behavior over talent,too.

I find that even though I would prefer to unleash my End of Year Stats and otherisms, but, I find that a level playing field is too big to ignore. I would, reward Good Behavior and Heart over a profane Angelica Pickles who is begging for A Young Lady to do everything with and the rest of society has no good image of that Madonnan Confliction.


I find appreciation trumps new this or new that. Throwing fire vs. fire is a concept that would royally backfire. I would say, it only makes life easier when everyone plays and works as a unit. As much as I would love to throw Local Color in the wind of Corporate Hedges this side of Georgia, but, this is not the house.


Everyone has a hand and a say in the Starbucks or the Coffee. I would not believe in gophers or interns, because I find employment needs to be absolute or nothing. But, if Dan Marino was still a Dolphin and he was reinforced by Don Shula, the monkeyshines and posers would have been found out and weeded out. I don't mind fun, but, its them Jacob Strains of Citizens that throw me off the road too fast.


And the moral of the story is you can't just let Jimmy Jack Jackson buy access and let everyone else tag someone else's work as theirs and expect not to be aware or know it.


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We are our own team

I hate to be agenda happy, but, we are our own team. We can help influence who's hired and who's fired and trust me, in motorsports, it means the world.

Obviously, I get sick of poor losers and worse, seeing enough of our heroes make a midnight ride into the night, and races begging for us to unlock them out of a vault.

I think in time, I want to see Motorsports, not just NASCAR or Indy Car, have more of a say in Network TV. Internet is not enough, and Cable/Satellite can't eat loss against loss. The stop-loss plan is all wet and we haven't had a chance to make money.

I'd care more if money returned to the Blue Collar Pocketbook and not just had for an unlimited time until we are truly broke. If GoDaddy went bankrupt, would Danica have any paying job?
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The State Of World Open Wheel

In IndyMyIndy's Public Service Announcements, I feel the State of World Open Wheel is far from a joke. I would like to see a permenant World Open Wheel Commissioner to step on the place of Tony George or Bernie Ecclestone. To a lot of us, its even more personal than the state of Public Schools. I would like to see more kids not just buy tickets to races when they get bigger and richer, but, fix their own dang vehicles.


I also wish to see a Winter USAC Tour starring DuQuion, Georgia Dome, Lucas Oil Stadium, Cowboys Stadium, Reliant Stadium and Tulsa. I would make it well known a lot of us fans are Kendrick Lamars to every one else hiding in an office, being cute, and doing a touchdown dance like Drake. I'd, quite frankly hate those people with a passion and I would do it like Big Sean to be the Man Of All Time.


Whatever moat we where on is sinking, and the Ecclestone can't extort. Please, Society, Please, I would prefer Knoxville do IndyCars, Atlanta be kept serious , Nashville Fair for IndyCar, and have a Texas-Mesquite Dallas,Texas Doubleheader at 2 Different Venues in the Fall so that we are not subjected to a Stigma or a 3rd World Venue that nearly took Dario from us for good, and we know he ain't getting no better or richer.


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Paris and Lotus is so not paying Kimi Raikonnen!

I think for every nutso who is not watching the throne, it is a golden bedtime reading time in Motorsports and Sports. And to add insult to injury, Lotus, the once proud marque who had to take Vomit Orange Cars in the Early 1990s and spent the 2010s trolling for Free Publicity,Beer, and Hot Wings.


I don't usually like to be Gung Ho Jet Li Nimbian, but, I still want Ford in Formula One again, even if their 1 Motor was 12th all that 1st Year back to F1. But, what we look like is anything but sheep and I think Lotus are incredible giants and meanies.


And, I think paranoia, whether if its fair or not, is becoming us. And worse, that delays or disrupts the restarts of rises in Powerhouses. I wonder if having a Madonna or Angelica Pickles culture where its all "Mine Fields and Mine Sweepers" instead of family is sick. I love Role Models for Kids, even if I was Dad, and Lotus still is so not paying the Iceman, who's prematurity has been as valuable as Arian Foster Stock and Jilty People who are around like he's rich.


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Would you have made that noise, anyway?

I always hate the fact certain people get bigger with someone else instead of doing it well on their own. I don't think lobbyists should investigate, people should "keep up" with the Joneses or the Rodriguezes, or buy folks out of House and Home without no compensation.


Sometimes, enough is enough. I feel the loss of the true educated and instead, having Urban Outliers doesn't make things better. I am aware that North Carolina has been perched from an 80 Million to a 20 Million Economy. Iowa will probably go like that and that is not fun at all.


I feel that having reliable citizens rather than stacking the deck far and wide is better. We all need to work harder, smarter and better. Even though I'd be smart and vicious as a whip sometimes, but, having an open line of communication is better than would you have made that noise, anyway, because I tend to deal with enough with as was vs. having to be a sheep and pile it in as excuses thin out, and reasons are different.


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I would never reward "Losing to Lose"

I feel what angers me more as a Sports Fan, is Losing to Lose or rewarding someone to be dumb or lose their handle and spout. Frankly, a real leader would never leave his team hanging in front of the World. If the Philadelphia 76ers lost 76 Games next Spring, the odds of them being 16th versus 1st is just the same.


They don't ever let people get better and contrary to popular belief, I would rather see people do good. If SPEED where here, would they have talked up George Brunnhoezl III's First Since Richie 3 Modified Titles in a Row? We all have freedom to get angry, but, we can't always tell who's having fun or who's genuinely being upset.


If the fact remains that we are here and a lot of us need to work for a living before we have fun, but, I find it hard when the culture of who we are stuck with trumps any better days. I would never, even if I was 100, reward "Losing to Lose".


Add Comment  | October 29, 2013
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Week 39 Driver of the Year Drivers Championship Drivers

IndyMyIndy's Public Service Announcement: One of the things I have done, tried and succeeded at this season is foreshadowing racing future. And another one of my favorites, in this all too checkered High School Yearbook we call life, is thinking beyond the Clean,Green, Pristine Northlands we call Suburbia where we jam as many people as we humanely can into those Pearly Gates of the Suburbs, but they still are their Home and Family Before, or Money and Fame Changed Them, but, approximately never for better. And society and my great State of Iowa needs to be 10 Years Better than it really is, because even though I hate politicisms or platitudes, but, the truth is we can't just go-go-go no time to lose and then be hurt and be rewarded for being injured or hurt, darkening true greatness. Even though we are all salesmen and women, but, does that mean we either operate in the sunlight or be so Jacobian that operating in the darkness is better than in the sunlight? In the end, despite my tangent of excessance in an Edenian Manner, but, its all relative and true.


Public Service Announcement #2: If this where a real race, everyone would have been on fire like it was IROC Auditions, but, more series makes racing better.


Open Wheel


ASCS 2


Jake Strayer


Tasker Phillips


USAC 3


Christopher Bell


Jacob Wilson


Bryan Clauson


WOO  2


Steve Kinser


Sammy Swindell


IICS 2


Tony Kanaan (Even though Scott Dixon is National Champion, TK is the Man to Beat in IndyCar because would it be different if Scotty D's Wins where Onefers? And would it been easier to slot Kyle Larson in IndyCar?)


Simon Pagenaud


Open Wheel 9


Stock Car 16


NASCAR 12


Sprint Cup 2


David Ragan


Aric Amirola


Whelen AA


Emily Gade


Nicole Lyons


(Editor's Note: If this was a real race, having an All Female or All Minority or All Minority Female Contingent From 1 Series or 1 Sanctioning Body would have been a real History Making Haymaker)


Whelen Mods


Mike Stefanik


Nwide


Austin Dillon


Johanna Long


Cole Whitt


Kenny Wallace


Kelly Bires


NASCAR Euro Racer


Ander Vilarino


Trucks


Darrell Wallace, Jr. Who Won his 1st Truck Win in Wendell Scott's Real Home Region


USMTS


Ryan Gustin


Lucas Oil


Scott Bloomquist


Jimmy Owens


 


Bubba Pollard


Sports Cars 4


AMASX 2


Justin Brayton


Justin Barcia


SCCA 1


Jenna Wagner


ALMS 1


David Brabham


NHRA 2


Dan Fletcher


Katie Sullivan


After my Roster is Set Halloween Night, 2013 I will go about the naming of the numbers and the inversion for the Drivers Championship.


-An IndyMyIndy Production "All Me AND No No One Else"


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Week 39 Driver of the Year

1 Jake Strayer ASCS 25 199


2 Dan Fletcher NHRA 16 41


3 Kyle Fowler Nwide 14 27


4 Christopher Bell USAC 12 105


5 Austin Dillon Nwide 10 127


6 Chase Austin IICS 8 30


7 Tasker Phillips ASCS 6 63


8 Kyle Larson Nwide 5 30


9 Johanna Long Nwide 4 57


10 Ryan Gustin USMTS 3 125


11 Tony Kanaan IICS 2 66


12 Cole Whitt Nwide 1 46


Week 39 of 40 Driver of the Year


1 Jake Strayer ASCS 199   -


*Clinched 2013 Driver of the Year, Won't Be Official Until Thursday Night*


2 David Ragan Sprint Cup 160 39


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 146 53


2013 3rd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


4 Mike Stefanik Whelen Mods 144 55


5 Emily Gade Whelen AA 136 63


2013 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


6 Austin Dillon Nwide 127 72


7 Ryan Gustin USMTS 125 74


2013 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


8 Ryan Villopoto AMASX 112 87 I


9 Christopher Bell USAC 105 94


10 Jenna Wagner SCCA 95 104


11 Steve Kinser WOO 93 106


12 Scott Bloomquist Lucas Oil 92 107


13 Dani Pedrosa MotoGP 91 108 S


14 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 67 132


15 Ander Vilarino NASCAR Euro Racer 66 133


16 Tony Kanaan IICS 66 133


17 Tasker Phillips ASCS 63 136


18 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 56 143


19 Sammy Swindell WOO 53 146


20 Johanna Long Nwide 52 147


21 David Brabham ALMS 48 151


22 Cole Whitt Nwide 46 153


23 Kenny Wallace Nwide 45 154


24 Kelly Bires Nwide 42 157


25 Dan Fletcher NHRA 41 158


NOT RANKED


26 Jacob Wilson USAC 41 158


27 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 40 159 I


28 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 40 159


29 Bryan Clauson USAC 38 161


30 Katie Sullivan NHRA 37 162


 


31 Simon Pagenaud IICS 36 163  28


32 Bubba Pollard SSS 36 163 29


33 Justin Brayton AMASX 36 163 30


34 Justin Barcia AMASX 36 163 31


35 Annabeth Barnes Whelen AA 35 164


36 CE Falk III Whelen AA 34 165


37 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 33 166


38 Ron Capps NHRA 32 167


39 Brittany Force NHRA 32 167


40 James Buescher Trucks 32 167


41 Justin Lofton Stadium Trucks 31 168


42 Chase Austin IICS 30 169


43 Kyle Larson Nwide 30 169


44 Tony Stewart Sprint Cup 30 169 I


45 Courtney Force NHRA 30 169


46 Terry McCarl ASCS 29 170


47 John Force NHRA 29 170


48 Abraham Calderon NASCAR MX 28 171


49 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 28 171


50 Gray Gaulding K and N 28 171


51 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 28 171


52 Kyle Fowler Nwide 27 172


53 Carson McCarl ASCS 26 173


54 Ty Dillon Trucks 25 174


55 Brian Olantunji NHRA 25 174


56 Tracy Hines USAC 25 174


57 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 25 174


58 Austin McCarl ASCS 25 174


59 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 24 175


60 Frank Kimmel ARCA 22 177


61 George Brunnhoezl III Wh So Mods 20 179


62 Scott Pruett Grand Am 19 180


63 Kevin Swindell Nwide 19 180


64 Memo Rojas Grand Am 18 181


65 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 18 181


66 Nico Rosberg F1 18 181


67 Alexis DeJoria NHRA 18 181


68 Steven Mages AMAAX 16 183


69 Justin Wilson IICS 16 183 I


70 Antron Brown NHRA 15 184


71 Tia Norfleet Whelen AA 15 184 S


72 Marc Gene DTM 15 184


73 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 14 185


74 Willy Browning AMAAX 14 185


75 Simona de Silvestro IICS 14 185


76 Jason Leffler ASCOC 14 186 D


77 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 14 186


78 Michael McDade AMAAX 13 187


79 Doug Kalitta NHRA 13 187


80 Davi Millsaps AMASX 12 188 I


81 Eli Tomac AMASX Lites 12 188


82 Michael Lang AMAAX Lites 12 188


83 Kyle Busch Sprint Cup 12 188 S


84 Ana Beatriz IICS 12 188


85 Del Worsham NHRA 12 188


86 Dean Wilson AMASX 11 189


87 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 190 S


88 Alex Bowman Nwide 10 190


89 Mike Alessi AMASX 10 190


90 Ray Courtenmache,Jr. NASCAR CN 10 189


91 Takuma Sato IICS 10 189


92 Rager Phillips ASCS 10 189


93 Stephen Nasse SSS 10 189


94 Ryan Truex Trucks 10 189 I


95 Homero Richards NASCAR MX 10 189


96 Juan Carlos Blum Nwide 10 189


97 Fernando Alonso F1 10 189


98 Ryan Hunter Reay IICS 8 191


99 Michael Annett Nwide 8 191 I


100 Matt Kenseth Sprint Cup 8 191 S


101 Sebastien Bourdais IICS 8 191


102 Allan McNish ALMS 8 191


103 Danny Efland Nwide 8 191


104 Ryan Newman Sprint Cup 7 192


105 Donny Lia Whelen Mods 7 192


106 Kurt Johnson NHRA 6 193


107 Daniel Herrlein AMASX Lites 6 193


108 Jack Beckman NHRA 6 193


109 Jarrod Schneiderman ASCS 6 193


110 Chad Boat ARCA 5 194


111 Greg Biffle Sprint Cup 5 194


112 Tyler Villopoto AMASX Lites 5 194


113 Jeremy Clements Nwide 5 194 S


114 Kevin Harvick Sprint Cup 5 194 S


115 Rob MacCachren Stadium Trucks 5 194


116 Warren Johnson NHRA 5 194


117 DJ Kennington NASCAR CN 5 194


118 David Reutimann Sprint Cup 5 194


119 Michael Willard AMAAX Lites 5 194


120 Shane Stewart ASCS 4 195


121 Ben Kennedy K and N 4 195


122 Trey Canard AMASX 4 195


123 Zach Ames AMAAX 4 195


124 Joey Gase Nwide 4 195


125 James Hinchcliffe IICS 4 195


126 Todd Bodine Trucks 4 195


127 Dylan Presnell K and N 4 195


128 Charlie Kimball IICS 3 196


129 Chrissie Wallace Nwide 3 196


130 James Stewart AMASX 3 196


131 Kasey Kahne Sprint Cup 3 196


132 Ryan Partridge Whelen AA 3 196


133 Travis Pastrana Nwide 3 196


134 Felipe Massa F1 3 196


135 Dudley Fleck SCCA 3 196


136 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 2 197 S


137 Reed Sorenson Nwide 2 197


138 Scott Dixon IICS 2 197


139 Larry Dixon NHRA 2 197


140 Wil Hahn AMASX Lites 2 197


141 Ed Carpenter IICS 2 197


142 Ryan Dungey AMASX 2 197


143 Dario Franchitti IICS 1 198 I


144 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 1 198 S


145 Robert Hight NHRA 1 198


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Serious Silly Season Rumors

I know SPEED's Death not just prolonged the schedule's start, but, the Rumor Mill on who's truly richer or poorer. The King's Castle has been degenerated to a Moat, and degraded, too, and who would I want in my Garage Area: Chief Keef or King Richard? Even though I'd say King Richard, but, time is my biggest foe. I would move Marcos Ambrose to Furniture Row and car #77 only because Ambrose would be closer to Sydney. And, I would put Aric Amirola in the "Gang'Em Up Style of 6" to keep him out of Toyota and their agenda.


Also, I encourage someone other than Pilot to sponsor Tennessee Trevor Bayniac for 2014 from East Tennessee and even if you had to paint that car Tennessee Orange and say "Car Sponsored By Jimmy Jack Jackson" and Put your Engine Size "527 CI", which would run into hurdles in 2014, people would take it.


And, Jeff Burton would be due for a reteam from Stoddard or Baldwin, and if Baldwin and Burton reunited, expect JJ Yeley drive the "I Can't Drive" 66 of Robert Kauffman. If not, I would encourage Michael McDowell or Josh Wise to go for their "Rookie" Full Season.


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WWRED (What Would Richie Evans Do?)

The moral of today's story, is What Would Richie Evans Do? To me, NASCAR was right to suspend Corey LaJoie, even though he did not have no title to lose like last year, to a flatfooted idiot like Kyle Larson, but, the moral of the story is NASCAR has more of a crosssection on Society, Sports and Motorsports without using Alyssa Milano, Victoria's Secret, or Hanes Her Way to say you got girls.


Even though I hate to use Richie Evans even though he died 28 Years Ago Today, but, sometimes, someone has to yell and cuss from the gallery in the wake of these fan fights. This ain't no Decatur and we know it. But, what cheeses me off is NASCAR should have Suspended Nelson "Muntz" Piquet,Jr. Twice, once for kicking Brian Scott in the acorns and the other for being a homophobe.


I still don't mean to use my soapbox for "Just Because" , but, Carlos Slim had every bit to run all these Central and South American Internationals up for Company Time and an agenda. I don't want no misuse of "Strong" and if I where boss, I'd keep as was, be running solely that business instead of marauding nonprofits and never being there. Corporate Donations are never made to substitute real donors and I wouldn't want to be thrown to a middle manager who's bigger than who he or she really is on their own and honestly, even though Brad K won Penske's 1st Stock Car and Sprint Cup Titles, would you respect him the same as Rusty Wallace and the Statute of Limitation's On "Rusty's Car" Still Haven't Run Out, and they won't run out.


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Indy Car Representives For The National Championship Of Auto Racing III

Also, I will pick my Mystery 33rd Racer for the Drivers Championship, and in recent seasons, I have been very Pro-Favorite for Good Reason, but, I will open up the Clubhouse and say 13-George Brunnhoezl III. I know that I would hate to drag Richie Evans's Good Name through the mud, even though its October 24th today and honestly, George Brunnhoezl's the 1st 3 in a Row since Richie Evans and even though their is No SPEED,Bob Frey or Bob Jenkins, stop fraternalizing my sports and slotting gals in for the name of.


1 9-Scott Dixon 4


2 27-James Hinchcliffe 3


3 12-Will Power 3


4 77-Simon Pagenaud 2


5 28-Ryan Hunter Reay 2


6 0-Bryan Clauson 2


7 83-Charlie Kimball 1


8 3-Helio Castroneves 1


9 92-Mike Conway 1


10 1-Tony Kanaan 1


11 007-Katherine Legge 1


12 20-Ed Carpenter 1


13 14-Takuma Sato 1


At Larges:


90-Nicole Lyons I would like to see the postmodern merger of Jim and Robert Yates race


41-Chase Austin I am Holding Honda over their Pick on Conor Daly


34-Tasker Phillips He is my promotion from the Dirty South of Southern Iowa in Pleasantville.


I feel Sports Journalism, even though I fancy myself in that more, needs to be had more than some of these Sports Shows.


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Relevant Tigers: As Brought To You By IndyMyIndy

A lot of times, I tend to feel frustrated with the buy this or make that ruses, but, it is difficult to be a Relevant Tiger when your core is disappearing. And with Grambling, it is not just sad the disrepair of their college football powerhouse, it is criminal. I could at least try to come back to 2023 Me and get them off the lost highway that includes Wichita State and Pacific (CA).


But, its 2013, and I hate the way some of our children want to remorselessly take some of the Relevant Tigers down. I know Bob Frey Retired when he had the chance, Bob Jenkins cut back his workload and SPEED is remorselessly scrapped to satiate Rupert Murdoch's Bottom Line.


I like Old Toys, too, and I still want to be the Man as much as the Gentleman. It is unfair that society has us going, going and going when we have to and people don't always care to help us up and some of our kids are as nasty as our terrible teens in the facts they'd let a giant rot for their "Good Time" and I don't like the Mad Men/That '70s Air as are we supposed to have brains as much as brawn?


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NHRA Special Event Races By IndyMyIndy

Even though I have done the US Nationals National Championship Predictions "On The Low" and will later intend to do World Finals Predictions after Las Vegas in an NCAAized Bracket, but, here are the real ones for 2014:


 


Aug.25-31st US Nationals National Championship Indianapolis


Nov. 4th-10th World Finals Pomona


I am sticking exclusively with the Mello Yello Professional Drag Racing Series exclusively for these for 2014, and my hope for 2015 is to have an All Star Race in Memphis and even though I'd hate changing up the Western Swing, and expanding it, but, its been in NHRA's Agenda to make Pro Stock Motorcycle have a Full Season with starting it a week later than usual and having it start in Brainerd, then go to Denver, then go to Sonoma and end in Seattle. Usually, Brainerd is historically the National Event before Indianapolis and it is the US Pre Nationals depending on the year.


Add Comment  | October 22, 2013
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Not Moving To Just Award Sean Edwards' Porsche Cup Posthumously Just THAT Easily!

Granted, there are fans who so angry about Sean Edwards Untimely Death in a Test Crash recently that they are bending a petition to make the last 2 races of the Porsche Cup "Exhibitions". But, here are the problem with petitions: If not done carefully, they could be used,abused and misused for someone's liking or disliking.


And I know Speed has been history for 2 Months and using a petition to "Play Angry" is inexcusuably awful. We tend to be angry over every little thing, but, if Alan Johnson had to claim Blaine's Top 10 Posthumously in 1996, that was one thing, but, to disrupt the flow of a season is godawful and uncalled for.


And, I would not say it is a Richie Evans, and that is far from it, and if I was one of the other racers who missed out on a title over populist speak and hearsay, and I never had a chance at another title , it would brutally sting. But, we don't have Bob Jenkins in our booths on TV more and its difficult to call issues when you have Houston Astros Broadcasters every day. I hate being insensitive to the purpose, but, unless National/International Securities or Weather had a hand, it would be different, but, I am not just playing spade just to say so.


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Can't Doug Kalitta Win The World Title?

What is painful for me to admit, is Doug Kalitta in all his years in NHRA, hasn't been National or World Champion. And the best years, 2004,2005,and 2006, he had the Points Lead in all those Years and Lost it to Tony Schumacher.


2004 was Tony Schumacher causing the 1st 10 Win Mello Yello Final Season in Top Fuel History. And I think the DNA was National Event Record, Speed Record and Wins


2005 was the True MPH Nitro Quarter Mile Record, 338 MPH, even though we didn't realize it at the time of the event. And the same DNA of National Event,Speed, and Wins.


2006 was "The Run" where Sarge won Event after Event and rewrote Track Record against Track Record.  And I think Doug Kalitta or Ron Capps needs to be a National or World Championship before they retire and I would be greatly happy.


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Week 38 The Drivers Championship IV Prospective Drivers

Open Wheel 9


ASCS 2


Jake Strayer


Tasker Phillips


USAC 3


Christopher Bell


Jacob Wilson


Bryan Clauson


WOO 2


Steve Kinser


Sammy Swindell


IICS 2


Tony Kanaan


Simon Pagenaud


Stock Car 16


NASCAR 12


Sprint Cup 2


David Ragan


Aric Amirola


Whelen AA 2


Nicole Lyons


Emily Gade


Whelen Mods 1


Mike Stefanik


Nwide 5


Austin Dillon


Johanna Long


Kenny Wallace


Cole Whitt


Kelly Bires


NASCAR Euro Racer 1


Ander Vilarino


Trucks 1


Darrell Wallace,Jr.


USMTS 1


Ryan Gustin


Lucas Oil 2


Scott Bloomquist


Jimmy Owens


SSS 1


Bubba Pollard


Road Course 5


AMASX 3


Ryan Villopoto


Justin Brayton


Justin Barcia


SCCA  1


Jenna Wagner


ALMS 1


David Brabham


NHRA 1


Katie Sullivan


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Week 38 Driver of the Year

1 Dan Fletcher NHRA 25  25


2 Christopher Bell USAC 16 93


3 Jake Strayer ASCS 14 174


4 Sammy Swindell WOO 12 53


5 David Ragan Sprint Cup 10 160


6 Steve Kinser WOO 8 93


7 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 6 67


8 Kyle Larson Nwide 5 25


9 Shane Stewart ASCS 4 4


10 Charlie Kimball IICS 3 3


11 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 2 2


12 Kelly Bires Nwide 1 42


Week 38 Driver of the Year


1 Jake Strayer ASCS 179   -


2 David Ragan Sprint Cup 160 19


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 146 33


 3rd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


4 Mike Stefanik Whelen Mods 144 35


5 Emily Gade Whelen AA 139 40


 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


6 Ryan Gustin USMTS 122 57


 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


7 Austin Dillon Nwide 117 62


8 Ryan Villopoto AMASX 112 67


9 Jenna Wagner SCCA 95 82


10 Christopher Bell USAC 93 84


11 Steve Kinser WOO 93 96


12 Scott Bloomquist Lucas Oil 92 97


13 Dani Pedrosa MotoGP 91 98 S


14 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 67 112


15 Ander Vilarino NASCAR Euro Racer 66 113


16 Tony Kanaan IICS 64 115


17 Tasker Phillips ASCS 57 122


18 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 56 123


19 Sammy Swindell WOO 53 126


20 Johanna Long Nwide 48 131


21 David Brabham ALMS 48 131


22 Kenny Wallace Nwide 45 134


23 Cole Whitt Nwide 45 134


24 Kelly Bires Nwide 42 137


25 Jacob Wilson USAC 41 138


NOT RANKED


26 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 40 139 I


27 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 40 139


28 Bryan Clauson USAC 38 141


29 Katie Sullivan NHRA 37 142


30 Simon Pagenaud IICS 36 143


 


31 Bubba Pollard SSS 36 143  A


32 Justin Brayton AMASX 36 143 A


33 Justin Barcia AMASX 36 143 A


34 Annabeth Barnes Whelen AA 35 144


35 CE Falk III Whelen AA 34 145


36 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 33 146


37 Ron Capps NHRA 33 146


38 Brittany Force NHRA 32 147


39 James Buescher Trucks 32 147


40 Justin Lofton Stadium Trucks 31 148


41 Tony Stewart Sprint Cup 30 149 I


42 Courtney Force NHRA 30 149


43 Terry McCarl ASCS 29 150


44 John Force NHRA 29 150


45 Abraham Calderon NASCAR MX 28 151


46 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 28 151


47 Gray Gaulding K and N 28 151


48 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 28 151


49 Carson McCarl ASCS 26 153


50 Dan Fletcher NHRA 25 154


51 Kyle Larson Nwide 25 154


52 Ty Dillon Trucks 25 154


53 Brian Olantunji NHRA 25 154


54 Tracy Hines USAC 25 154


55 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 25 154


56 Austin McCarl ASCS 25 154


57 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 24 155


58 Chase Austin IICS 22 157


59 Frank Kimmel ARCA 22 157


60 George Brunnhoezl III Wh So Mods 20 159


61 Scott Pruett Grand Am 19 160


62 Kevin Swindell Nwide 19 160


63 Memo Rojas Grand Am 18 161


64 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 18 161


65 Nico Rosberg F1 18 161


66 Alexis DeJoria NHRA 18 161


67 Steven Mages AMAAX Lites 16 163


68 Justin Wilson IICS 16 163 I


69 Antron Brown NHRA 15 174


70 Tia Norfleet Whelen AA 15 174 S


71 Marc Gene DTM 15 174


72 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 14 175


73 Willy Browning AMAAX  14 175


74 Simona de Silvestro IICS 14 175


75 Jason Leffler ASCOC 14 175 D


76 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 14 175


77 Michael McDade AMAAX 13 176


78 Doug Kalitta NHRA 13 176


79 Davi Millsaps AMASX 12 167 I


80 Eli Tomac AMASX Lites 12 167


81 Michael Lang AMAAX Lites 12 167


82 Kyle Busch Sprint Cup 12 167 S


83 Ana Beatriz IICS 12 167


84 Del Worsham NHRA 12 167


85 Dean Wilson AMASX 11 168


86 Kyle Fowler Nwide 11 168


87 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 169 S


88 Alex Bowman Nwide 10 169


89 Mike Alessi AMASX 10 169


90 Ray Courtenmache,Jr. NASCAR CN 10 169


91 Takuma Sato IICS 10 169


92 Rager Phillips ASCS 10 169


93 Stephen Nasse SSS 10 169


94 Ryan Truex Trucks 10 169 I


95 Homero Richards NASCAR MX 10 169


96 Juan Carlos Blum Nwide 10 169


97 Fernando Alonso F1 10 169


98 Ryan Hunter Reay IICS 8 171


99 Michael Annett Nwide 8 171 I


100 Matt Kenseth Sprint Cup 8 171 S


101 Sebastien Bourdais IICS 8 171


102 Allan McNish ALMS 8 171


103 Danny Efland Nwide 8 171


104 Ryan Newman Sprint Cup 7 172


105 Donny Lia Whelen Mods 7 172


106 Kurt Johnson NHRA 6 173


107 Daniel Herrlein AMASX Lites 6 173


108 Jack Beckman NHRA 6 173


109 Jarrod Schneiderman ASCS 6 173


110 Chad Boat ARCA 5 174


111 Greg Biffle Sprint Cup 5 174


112 Tyler Villopoto AMASX Lites 5 174


113 Jeremy Clements Nwide 5 174 S


114 Kevin Harvick Sprint Cup 5 174 S


115 Rob MacCachren Stadium Trucks 5 174


116 Warren Johnson NHRA 5 174


117 DJ Kennington NASCAR CN 5 174


118 David Reutimann Sprint Cup 5 174


119 Michael Willard AMAAX Lites 5 174


120 Shane Stewart ASCS 4 175


121 Ben Kennedy K and N 4 175


122 Trey Canard AMASX 4 175 I


123 Zach Ames AMAAM 4 175


124 Joey Gase Nwide 4 175


125 James Hinchcliffe IICS 4 175


126 Todd Bodine Trucks 4 175


127 Dylan Presnell K and N 4 175


128 Charlie Kimball IICS 3 176


129 Chrissie Wallace Nwide 3 176


130 James Stewart AMASX 3 176


131 Kasey Kahne Sprint Cup 3 176


132 Ryan Partridge Whelen AA 3 176


133 Travis Pastrana Nwide 3 176


134 Felipe Massa F1 3 176


135 Dudley Fleck SCCA 3 176


136 Clint Bowyer Sprint Cup 2 177 S


137 Reed Sorenson Nwide 2 177


138 Scott Dixon IICS 2 177


139 Larry Dixon IICS 2 177


140 Wil Hahn AMASX Lites 2 177


141 Ed Carpenter IICS 2 177


142 Ryan Dungey AMASX 2 177


143 Dario Franchitti IICS 1 178 I


144 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 1 178 S


145 Robert Hight NHRA 1 178


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2014 IndyCar Schedule, With IndyMyIndy Special Races

In all seriousness, I was not real happy when IndyCar was doing a Spring-Summer Schedule and the moral of the story is racedays,period. I'd be happy if they ran Nashville Fairgrounds or Knoxville Raceway and that would be fine by me as long as they left Indy and the Month Of May True and As-Was.


1 3-30 St. Petersburg No, Seriously, Can't I have Sebring Instead?


2 4-13 Long Beach


3 4-26 Barber


4 5-9 Indianapolis RC Qualifying


5 5-10 Indianapolis RC


6 5-17 Indy Pole


7 5-18 Indy Bump Day


8 5-25 98th Indianapolis 500


9 5-31 Detroit


10 6-1 Detroit


11 6-7 Dallas,Texas


12 6-28 Houston,Texas


13 6-29 Houston,Texas


14 7-1 Gateway MO-IL Classica Top 16 in Points and 2014 Winners to Date (This is my interpretation of the Marlboro Challenge at Nazareth)


15 7-6 Pocono


16 7-12 Iowa


17 7-19 Toronto


18 7-20 Toronto


19 8-3 Mid Ohio


20 8-17 Milwaukee


21 8-24 Sonoma


22 8-30 Please,Child Please, Don't End Another Season in Fontana!


BONUS RACES


23 9-4 VS. USAC at Columbus Motor First 16 USAC Winners of 2014 vs. Top 16 of IndyCar


24 9-13 Knoxville International 30 Laps Flat Out!


25 9-20 Iowa State Fair National Championship of Indy


Parmutual Rules


1 Only Time Qualifying Counts is Indianapolis


2 The Only Time Driver Win Picks Count Is Indianapolis


3 The Said Driver Needs to be On Premises


MO-IL Classica Rules


1 Top 16 in IICS Points after Houston,Texas


2 2014 Winners To Date


3 Provisionals Go To Mystery World of Outlaws,American Sprint Car Series, and United States Auto Club Driver


4 Race is 100 Laps


IndyCar VS USAC at Columbus Motor Speedway


2014 First 16 USAC Winners (Silver Crown,Midget, and Sprint Car Winners)


2014 IICS Winners/Eligible Drivers


50 Laps


Bonus Races


Knoxville International 30 Laps Flat Out NO EXCUSES!


IA State Fair National Championship of Indy 25 Laps Both Segments and Halftime


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Stock Car Bowl VI Official Schedule

1  M 2-23 Daytona 500


2     3-16 Bristol Food City 500


3     3-30 Martinsville Kroger 500


4      4-6  Texas Chevy 500


5     4-12  Darlington Bojangles Southern 500


6     4-15 KY Motor  Kentucky 100


7     4-16  Nashville Fair  All World 430


8  M 4-26 Richmond Pontiac Forever 400


9      5-4 Talladega Angry Dog 250


10    5-6 Clay County Pizza Ranch Wild Western Iowan 100


11   5-10 Kansas Hy-Vee 400


12   5-25 Charlotte Coca Cola 600


13  6-10 Harlan Tiny Lund 100


14 7-15 Boone  Karl Chevy 150


15 7-16 IA State Fair Diversity 500


16 7-24 IRP Jason Leffler Memorial 80


17 M 7-26 IMS Brickyard 400


18 M 8-12 Knoxville Central Iowa Chevy 60


19 9-8 Benton County Bullhorn 50


20 9-9 West Liberty Watermelon 100


21 M 12-8 Hickory Stock Car Bowl VI


IndyMyIndy's Official Explanation: IRP, Kentucky Motor (Whitesville), Nashville Fairgrounds and Hickory are my Special Guest Short Tracks and the Dirt Tracks I elected would be in my series would all be in Iowa and in "The State Championship Series": Clay County, Harlan,Boone, IA State Fair. Knoxville, Benton County, and West Liberty. My concept was to keep the Dirt here in Iowa, which has the most of it, even though Missouri,Texas, and Pennsyvlania all have a world better dirt racing, but the diversity of dirt in this state is 2nd to Nothing.


Add Comment  | October 16, 2013
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Week 37 The Drivers Championship IV Potential Drivers Chart

Open Wheel 9


ASCS 2


Jake  Strayer


Tasker Phillips


World Of Outlaws 2


Steve Kinser


Sammy Swindell


USAC 3


Christopher Bell


Jacob Wilson


Bryan Clauson


IICS 2


Tony Kanaan


Simon Pagenaud


Stock Car 17


NASCAR 13


Sprint Cup 2


David Ragan


Aric Amirola


Whelen AA 3


Nicole Lyons


Emily Gade


Annabeth Barnes


Whelen Mods 1


Mike Stefanik


Nwide 5


Austin Dillon


Johanna Long


Kenny Wallace


Cole Whitt


Kelly Bires


Trucks 1


Darrell Wallace,Jr.


NASCAR Euro Racer 1


Ander Vilarino


USMTS 1


Ryan Gustin


Lucas Oil 2


Scott Bloomquist


Jimmy Owens


SSS 1


Bubba Pollard


Road Racing 5


AMASX 3


Ryan Villopoto


Justin Brayton


Justin Barcia


SCCA 1


Jenna Wagner


ALMS 1


David Brabham


Drag Racing 1


NHRA 1


Katie Sullivan


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Week 37 Driver of the Year

1 Jake Strayer ASCS  25 160


2 Christopher Bell USAC 16 77


3 Kenny Wallace Nwide 14 45


4 Cole Whitt Nwide 12 45


5 Sammy Swindell WOO 10 41


6 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 8 61


7 Steve Kinser WOO 6 85


8 Austin Dillon Nwide 5 117


9 Simon Pagenaud IICS 4 36


10 Chrissie Wallace Nwide 3 3


11 Reed Sorenson Nwide 2 2


12 David Ragan Sprint Cup 1 150


After 37 of 40 Events


1 Jake Strayer ASCS 160  -


2 David Ragan Sprint Cup 150 10


3 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 146 14


 3rd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


4 Mike Stefanik Whelen Mods 144 16


5 Emily Gade Whelen AA 139 21


 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


6 Ryan Gustin USMTS 122 38


 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


7 Austin Dillon Nwide 117 43


8 Ryan Villopoto AMASX 112 47


9 Jenna Wagner SCCA 95 65


10 Scott Bloomquist Lucas Oil 92 68


11 Dani Pedrosa MotoGP 91 69 S


12 Steve Kinser WOO 85 74


13 Christopher Bell USAC 77 82


14 Ander Vilarino NASCAR Euro Racer 66 93


15 Tony Kanaan IICS 64 95


16 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 61 98


17 Tasker Phillips ASCS 57 103


18 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 56 104


19 Johanna Long Nwide 48 112


20 David Brabham ALMS 48 112


21 Kenny Wallace Nwide 45 115


22 Cole Whitt Nwide 45 115


23 Sammy Swindell WOO 41 119


24 Kelly Bires Nwide 41 119


25 Jacob Wilson USAC 41 119


NOT RANKED


26 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 40 120 I


27 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 40 120


28 Bryan Clauson USAC 38 122


29 Katie Sullivan NHRA 37 123


30 Simon Pagenaud IICS 36 124


 


31 Bubba Pollard SSS 36 124


32 Justin Brayton AMASX 36 124 Alternate #1


33 Justin Barcia AMASX 36 124 Alternate #2


34 Annabeth Barnes Whelen AA 35 125 Mystery Racer


35 CE Falk III Whelen AA 34 126


36 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 33 127


37 Ron Capps NHRA 33 127


38 Brittany Force NHRA 32 128


39 James Buescher Trucks 32 128


40 Justin Lofton Stadium Trucks 31 129


41 Tony Stewart Sprint Cup 30 130 I


42 Courtney Force NHRA  30 130


43 Terry McCarl ASCS 29 131


44 John Force NHRA 29 131


45 Abraham Calderon NASCAR MX 28 132


46 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 28 132


47 Gray Gaulding K and N 28 132


48 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 28 132


49 Carson McCarl ASCS 26 134


50 Ty Dillon Trucks 25 135


51 Brian Olantunji NHRA 25 135


52 Tracy Hines USAC 25 135


53 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 25 135


54 Austin McCarl ASCS 25 135


55 Grant Enfinger ARCA 25 135


56 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 24 136


57 Chase Austin IICS 22 138


58 Frank Kimmel ARCA 22 138


59 Kyle Larson Nwide 20 140


60 George Brunnhoezl III Wh So Mods 20 140


61 Scott Pruett Grand Am 19 141


62 Kevin Swindell Nwide 19 141


63 Memo Rojas Grand Am 18 142


64 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 18 142


65 Nico Rosberg F1 18 142


66 Alexis DeJoria NHRA 18 142


67 Steven Mages AMAAX Lites 16 144


68 Justin Wilson IICS 16 144


69 Antron Brown NHRA 15 145


70 Tia Norfleet Whelen AA 15 145 S


71 Marc Gene DTM 15 145


72 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 14 146


73 Willy Browning AMAAX 14 146


74 Simona de Silvestro IICS 14 146


75 Jason Leffler ASCOC 14 146 D


76 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 146


77 Michael McDade AMAAX 13 147


78 Doug Kalitta NHRA 13 147


79 Davi Millsaps AMASX 12 148 I


80 Eli Tomac AMASX Lites 12 148


81 Michael Lang AMAAX Lites 12 148


82 Kyle Busch Sprint Cup 12 148 S


83 Ana Beatriz IICS 12 148


84 Ross Kenseth ARCA CRA 12 148


85 Del Worsham NHRA 12 148


86 Dean Wilson AMASX 11 149


87 Kyle Fowler Nwide 11 149


88 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 150 S


89 Alex Bowman Nwide 10 150


90 Mike Alessi AMASX 10 150


91 Ray Courtenmache,Jr. NASCAR CN 10 150


92 Takuma Sato IICS 10 150


93 Rager Phillips ASCS 10 150


94 Stephen Nasse SSS 10 150


95 Ryan Truex Trucks 10 150 I


96 Homero Richards NASCAR MX 10 150


97 Juan Carlos Blum Nwide 10 150


98 Fernando Alonso F1 10 150


99 Ryan Hunter Reay IICS 8 152


100 Michael Annett Nwide 8 152 I


101 Matt Kenseth Sprint Cup 8 152 S


102 Sebastien Bourdais IICS 8 152


103 Allan McNish ALMS 8 152


104 Danny Efland Nwide 8 152


105 Ryan Newman Sprint Cup 7 153


106 Donny Lia Whelen Mods 7 153


107 Kurt Johnson NHRA 6 154


108 Daniel Herrlein AMASX Lites 6 154


109 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 154


110 Jack Beckman NHRA 6 154


111 Jarrod Schneiderman ASCS 6 154


112 Chad Boat ARCA 5 155


113 Greg Biffle Sprint Cup 5 155


114 Tyler Villopoto AMASX 5 155


115 Jeremy Clements Nwide 5 155 S


116 Kevin Harvick Sprint Cup 5 155 S


117 Rob MacCachren Stadium Trucks 5 155


118 Warren Johnson NHRA 5 155


119 .D.J. Kennington NASCAR CN 5 155


120 David Reutimann Sprint Cup 5 155


121 Michael Willard AMAAX Lites 5 155


122 Ben Kennedy K and N 4 156


123 Trey Canard AMASX 4 156


124 Zach Ames AMAAX 4 156


125 Joey Gase Nwide 4 156


126 James Hinchcliffe IICS 4 156


127 Todd Bodine Trucks 4 156


128 Dylan Presnell K and N 4 156


129 Chrissie Wallace Nwide 3 157


130 James Stewart AMASX 3 157


131 Kasey Kahne Sprint Cup 3 157


132 Ryan Partridge Whelen AA 3 157


133 Travis Pastrana Nwide 3 157


134 Felipe Massa F1 3 157


135 Dudley Fleck SCCA 3 157


136 Reed Sorenson Nwide 2 158


137 Scott Dixon IICS 2 158


138 Larry Dixon NHRA 2 158


139 Wil Hahn AMASX 2 158


140 Ed Carpenter IICS 2 158


141 Ryan Dungey AMASX 2 158


142 Dario Franchitti IICS 1 159 I


143 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 1 159 S


144 Robert Hight NHRA 1 159


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The Drivers Championship IV Potential Drivers Week 36

Stock Cars 17


NASCAR 13


Sprint Cup 3


David Ragan


Aric Amirola


Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Whelen AA 4


Nicole Lyons


Emily Gade


Annabeth Barnes


.C.E. Falk III


Whelen Mods


Mike Stefanik


Nwide


Austin Dillon


Johanna Long


Kelly Bires


NASCAR Euro Racer


Ander Vilarino


Trucks


Darrell Wallace,Jr.


USMTS


Ryan Gustin


Lucas Oil


Scott Bloomquist


Jimmy Owens


 


Bubba Pollard


Open Wheel 7


ASCS 2


Jake Strayer


Tasker Phillips


World Of Outlaws 1


 Steve Kinser


USAC 3


Christopher Bell


Jacob Wilson


Bryan Clauson


IICS 1


Tony Kanaan


Road Course 5


AMASX 3


Ryan Villopoto


Justin Brayton


Justin Barcia


SCCA 1


Jenna Wagner


ALMS 1


David Brabham


NHRA 2


Katie Sullivan


Ron Capps


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Week 36 Driver of the Year

1 Jake Strayer ASCS 25 135


2 Christopher Bell USAC 16 61


3 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 14 53


4 Tasker Phillips ASCS 12 57


5 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 10 40


6 Ander Vilarino NASCAR Euro Racer 8 66


7 Ryan Gustin USMTS 6 122


8 Austin Dillon Nwide 5 112


9 Tony Kanaan IICS 4 64


10 David Ragan Sprint Cup 3 149


11 Ryan Villopoto AMASX 2 112


12 Ryan Newman Sprint Cup 1 7


Week 36 of 40


1 David Ragan Sprint Cup 149  -


2 Nicole Lyons Whelen AA 146 3


 3rd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


3 Mike Stefanik Whelen Mods 144 5


4 Emily Gade Whelen AA 139 10


 2nd Quarter Driver of the Quarter


5 Jake Strayer ASCS 135 14


6 Ryan Gustin USMTS 122 27


 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


7 Ryan Villopoto AMASX 112 37


8 Austin Dillon Nwide 112 37


9 Jenna Wagner SCCA 95 54


10 Scott Bloomquist Lucas Oil 92 57


11 Dani Pedrosa MotoGP 91 58 S


12 Steve Kinser WOO 79 70


13 Ander Vilarino NASCAR Euro Racer 66 83


14 Tony Kanaan IICS 64 85


15 Christopher Bell USAC 61 88


16 Tasker Phillips ASCS 57 92


17 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 56 93


18 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 53 96


19 Johanna Long Nwide 48 101


20 David Brabham Nwide 48 101


21 Jacob Wilson USAC 44 105


22 Kelly Bires Nwide 41 108


23 Bobby LaBonte Sprint Cup 40 109 I


24 Darrell Wallace,Jr. Trucks 40 109


25 Bryan Clauson USAC 38 111


NOT RANKED


26 Katie Sullivan NHRA 37 112


27 Bubba Pollard SSS 36 113


28 Justin Brayton AMASX 36 113


29 Justin Barcia AMASX 35 114


30 Annabeth Barnes Whelen AA 35 114


 


31 CE Falk III Whelen AA 34 115 Alternate #1


32 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 33 116 Alternate #2


33 Ron Capps NHRA 33 116 Mystery Racer


34 Cole Whitt Nwide 33 116


35 Brittany Force NHRA 32 117


36 James Buescher Trucks 32 117


37 Simon Pagenaud IICS 32 117


38 Kenny Wallace Nwide 31 118


39 Justin Lofton Stadium Trucks 31 118


40 Sammy Swindell WOO 31 118


41 Tony Stewart Sprint Cup 30 119 I


42 Courtney Force NHRA 30 119


43 Terry McCarl ASCS 29 120


44 John Force NHRA 29 120


45 Abraham Calderon NASCAR MX 28 121


46 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 28 121


47 Gray Gaulding K and N 28 121


48 Jimmie Johnson Sprint Cup 28 121


49 Carson McCarl ASCS 26 123


50 Ty Dillon Trucks 25 124


51 Brian Olantunji NHRA 25 124


52 Tracy Hines USAC 25 124


53 Josh Schneiderman ASCS 25 124


54 Austin McCarl ASCS 25 124


55 Grant Enfinger ARCA 25 124


56 Sam Hornish,Jr. Nwide 24 125


57 Chase Austin IICS 22 127


58 Frank Kimmel ARCA 22 127


59 Kyle Larson Nwide 20 129


60 George Brunnhoezl III Wh So Mods 20 129


61 Scott Pruett Grand Am 19 130


62 Kevin Swindell Nwide 19 130


63 Memo Rojas Grand Am 18 131


64 Danica Patrick Sprint Cup 18 131


65 Nico Rosberg F1 18 131


66 Alexis DeJoria NHRA 18 131


67 Steven Mages AMAAX Lites 16 133


68 Justin Wilson IICS 16 133


69 Antron Brown NHRA 16 134


70 Tia Norfleet Whelen AA 15 135 S


71 Marc Gene DTM 15 135


72 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 14 136


73 Willy Browning AMAAX 14 136


74 Simona de Silvestro IICS 14 136


75 Jason Leffler ASCOC 14 136 D


76 Mark Winterbottom Aus V8 14 136


77 Michael McDade AMAAX 13 137


78 Doug Kalitta NHRA 13 137


79 Davi Millsaps AMASX 12 138 I


80 Eli Tomac AMASX Lites 12 138


81 Michael Lang AMAAX Lites 12 138


82 Kyle Busch Sprint Cup 12 138 S


83 Ana Beatriz IICS 12 138


84 Ross Kenseth ARCA CRA 12 138


85 Del Worsham NHRA 12 138


86 Dean Wilson AMASX Lites 11 139


87 Kyle Fowler Nwide 11 139


88 Johnny Sauter Trucks 10 140 S


89 Alex Bowman Nwide 10 140


90 Mike Alessi AMASX 10 140


91 Ray Courtenmache,Jr. NASCAR CN 10 140


92 Takuma Sato IICS 10 140


93 Rager Phillips ASCS 10 140


94 Stephen Nasse SSS 10 140


95 Ryan Truex Trucks 10 140 I


96 Homero Richards NASCAR MX 10 140


97 Juan Carlos Blum Nwide 10 140


98 Fernando Alonso F1 10 140


99 Ryan Hunter Reay IICS 8 142


100 Michael Annett Nwide 8 142 I


101 Matt Kenseth Sprint Cup 8 142 S


102 Sebastien Bourdais IICS 8 142


103 Allan McNish ALMS 8 142


104 Danny Efland Nwide 8 142


105 Ryan Newman Sprint Cup 7 143


106 Donny Lia Whelen Mods 7 143


107 Daniel Herrlein AMASX Lites 6 144


108 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 144


109 Jack Beckman NHRA 6 144


110 Kurt Johnson NHRA 6 144


111 Jarrod Scheniderman ASCS 6 144


112 Chad Boat ARCA 5 145


113 Greg Biffle Sprint Cup 5 145


114 Tyler Villopoto AMASX Lites 5 145


115 Jeremy Clements Nwide 5 145 S


116 Kevin Harvick Sprint Cup 5 145 S


117 Rob MacCachren Stadium Trucks 5 145


118 Warren Johnson NHRA 5 145


119 DJ Kennington NASCAR CN 5 145


120 David Reutimann Sprint Cup 5 145


121 Michael Willard AMAAX Lites 5 145


122 Ben Kennedy K and N 4 146


123 Trey Canard AMASX 4 146  I


124 Zach Ames AMAAX 4 146


125 Joey Gase Nwide 4 146


126 James Hinchcliffe IICS 4 146


127 Todd Bodine Trucks 4 146


128 Dylan Presnell K and N 4 146


129 James Stewart AMASX 3 147


130 Kasey Kahne Sprint Cup 3 147


131 Ryan Partridge Whelen AA 3 147


132 Travis Pastrana Nwide 3 147


133 Felipe Massa F1 3 147


134 Dudley Fleck SCCA 3 147


135 Scott Dixon IICS 2 148


136 Larry Dixon NHRA 2 148


137 Wil Hahn AMASX Lites 2 148


138 Ed Carpenter IICS 2 148


139 Ryan Dungey AMASX 2 148


140 Dario Franchitti IICS 1 149 I


141 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 1 149 S


142 Robert Hight NHRA 1 149


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Stock Car Bowl V 10-13-2013

In other words, I will not do any inversions until the Saturday Morning After the Sprint Cup Banquet


Row 1


48-Jimmie Johnson


99-Carl Edwards


Row 2


00-David Reutimann


 5-Kasey Kahne


Row 3


10-Danica Patrick


32-Ken Schrader


Row 4


39-Ryan Newman


21- Timothy Peters


Row 5


16-Greg Biffle


34-David Ragan


Row 6


43-Aric Amirola


 7-Dave Blaney


Row 7


28-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


31-Jeff Burton


Row 8


38-David Gilliand


36-JJ Yeley


Row 9


1-Jamie McMurray


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 10


 9-Marcos Ambrose


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 11


24-Jeff Gordon


27-Paul Menard


Row 12


13-Casey Mears


35-Josh Wise


Row 13


98-Michael McDowell


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Stock Car Bowl V After 11 of 12 Events

                                                                                    W     P


1 7-Dave Blaney         182                  -                            1     1            1


2 43-Aric Amirola        174                 8                            1     1            2


3 34-David Ragan       147              35                                                 3


4 83-David Reutimann  127             55                            1                  4


5 47-Bobby LaBonte     126             56                            1                  I


6 36-JJ Yeley               121            61                                                5


7  9-Marcos Ambrose    115           67                                               6


8 31-Jeff Burton          106           76                                   2/1A/1E  7


9 32-Ken Schrader       99           83                          1                     8


10 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 99       83                                               9


11 14-Tony Stewart         94       88                                                I


12P 21-Trevor Bayne      87       95                       


13  10-Danica Patrick     84       98                       1                       10


IndyMyIndy's Note: If we took the Chase "Out Of It" and deservedly so, save for 2011, this would have been at the level of a 1991/1992 Cup Championship, but, with the only difference is the Whole Top 10 would have been involved.


14 39-Ryan Newman      74   108                                                 11


15P 35-Josh Wise          72  110


16 48-Jimmie Johnson  71 111                                                   12


17 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 63 119                                                 13


18P 98-Michael McDowell  60 122


19 16-Greg Biffle            59 123                                               14


20 93-Travis Kvapil         58 124                                                S


IndyMyIndy's Liner Note: I am no fan of Burger King, at least since when Tony Stewart drove for them the 1st Year he was "On His Own". And I feel Burger King does not tolerate Travis Kvapil's Family Violence Arrest and If Burger King really had it their way, they would have fired BK Racing and a lot of it has a doing with Landon Cassill trying to sue BK Racing for Back Payments.


21 28-Darrell Wallace,Jr. 52 130                1                        15


22 24-Jeff Gordon          52  130                                        16


23 99-Carl Edwards        51 131                                         17


24P 33-Landon Cassill    50 132


25 27-Paul Menard        49 133                                       18


26 13-Casey Mears       47 135                                       19


27P 61-Todd Bodine      44 138


28 5-Kasey Kahne         43 139                                     20


29 38-David Gilliand      41 141                                     21


30  1-Jamie McMurray     40 142                                   22


31P 87-Joe Nemechek     38 144


32P 22-Kevin Swindell     38 144


33 78-Kurt Busch            33 149                                  S


34P 95-Scott Speed         30 152


35P 18-Kelly Bires           30 152


36P 51-Terry LaBonte      28 154


37P 20-Dylan Presnell     27 155


38P 18-Cole Whitt          26 156


39P 14-Kelsey Bauer      25 157                1


40P 20-Jenna Wagner   25  157                1A


41P 20-Kyle Fowler        25  157


42P 29-Brendan Gaughn 25 157


43P 2-Travis Pastrana    25 157


44P 51-Ryan Truex        24 158          


45 29-Kevin Harvick       23 159                  S


46 15-Clint Bowyer        20 162                  S


47P 52-Brian Keselowski 20 162


48P 29-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 19 163


49P 26-Michael Waltrip   18 164


50P 30-David Stremme   17 165


51P 19-Mike Bliss           17 165


52P 2-Mike Harmon        16 166         S


53 11-Denny Hamlin      16 166         S


54P 33-Austin Dillon      15 167


55P 55-Mark Martin       12 170


56P 11-Nicole Lyons      12 170


57P 22-Grant Enfinger   10 172


58 56-Martin Truex,Jr.   8 174 S


59 18-Kyle Busch          6 176 S


60P 11-Eric McClure       4 178 I


61P 11-Frank Kimmel    4 178


62P 22-Ryan Blaney      4 178


63P 2-Ted Christopher   4 178


64 42-JP Montoya         1 181


Stock Car Bowl V 10-13-13


1 48-Jimmie Johnson  5  1


2 99-Carl Edwards      2  2


3 00-David Reutimann 2 3


4 5-Kasey Kahne        2 4


5 10-Danica Patrick     2 5


6 32-Ken Schrader     1 6


7 39-Ryan Newman   1 7


8 21-Timothy Peters 1 8


9 16-Greg Biffle       1 9


10 34-David Ragan  1 10


11 43-Aric Amirola   1 11


12 7-Dave Blaney    1 12


13 28-Darrell Wallace,Jr. 1 13


14 31-Jeff Burton  1 14


15 38-David Gilliand 1 15


16 36-JJ Yeley       1 16


 


17 1-Jamie McMurray 1 17


18 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1 18


Injury Board


1 47-Bobby LaBonte 2


2 14-Tony Stewart   2


Suspension Board


1 20-Matt Kenseth 7


2 18-Kyle Busch 4


3 29-Kevin Harvick 3


4 55-Brian Vickers 1


5 56-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


6 22-Joey Logano 1


7 2- Brad Keselowski 1


8 93-Travis Kvapil 1


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Grand Nationwide Bowl I After 11 of 13 Events

                                                                            W         P


1 70-Johanna Long     187               -                      1          1A    1


2  3-Austin Dillon        119              68                                        2


3 88-Jeffrey Earnhardt 104             83                                         3


4 79-Kyle Fowler          102            85                   1            1      4


5 29-Kenny Wallace        99          88                    1                   5


6 01-Mike Wallace          95         92                                         6


7 91-Jeff Green             89         98                                         7


8 52-Joey Gase            87         100                 1                     8


9 31-Justin Allgaier      87          100                                       9


10 32-Kyle Larson        85         102                 1                    10


11 6-Trevor Bayne        79        108                                       11


12 10-Cole Whitt           78       109                1                     12


13 8-Scott Lagasse,Jr.     75     112                                       13


14 40-Reed Sorenson     74     113                                       14


15 23-Robert Richardson,Jr. 72  115                                      15


16 44-Hal Martin                 71 116              1                      16


17 77-Parker Kligerman       67 120                                      17


18 46-Chase Miller              66 121                                      18


19 00-Blake Koch               65 122                                      19


20 11-Elliott Sadler             63 124                                      20


21 07-Danny Efland            62 125               1                     21


22 17-Tanner Berryhill        59 128                                      22


23 99-Alex Bowman           59 128                1                    23


24  2-Brian Scott               58 129                                      24


25 74-Mike Harmon          56 131                             1         S


26 98-Kevin Swindell         55 132                                      25


27 14-Eric McClure           49  139                                       I


28 12-Sam Hornish,Jr.      33