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Drag Race Bowl I US Nationals 1st Round Qualifying

Editor's Note: I will publish Drag Race Bowl I US Nationals Round and Points. And, I still want to see 2016 Business not be gridlocked or stalled all over Justin Wilson. Even though I am still getting towards my other stats, but, I am wanting to leave an editoral lead in my fantasy and actual sport rather than leaving the marketplace corrupted by Problem Gamblers looking for a Powerball just to get by, then some and cancel their Gambling Debts like they'd turn profits all the time like Money Mayweather did. And now, here's my US Nationals 1st Round Single Elimination Qualifying, Starting With Pro Stock Motorcycle


Pro Stock Motorcycle


6 Andrew Hines over 11 LE Tonglet


3 Eddie Krawiec over 14 Steve Johnson


10 Angelle Sampey over 7 James Underdahl


15 Shawn Gann over 2 Karen Stoffer


5 Angelle Sampey over 12 Chip Ellis


13 Angie Smith over 4 Hector Arana,Sr.


8 Hector Arana,Jr. over 9 Matt Smith


16 Chaz Kennedy III over 1 Scotty Pollacheck


Pro Stock Car


11 Vincent Nobile over 6 Erica Enders Stevens


14 Bo Butner over 3 Rodger Brogdon


 7 Allen Johnson over 10 Johnny Gray


15 Jimmy Alund over 2 Jason Line


12 Drew Skillman over 5 Larry Morgan


 4 Greg Anderson over 13 V Gaines


8 Chris McGaha over 9 Shane Gray


16 Deric Kramer over 1 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.


Funny Car


11 Courtney Force over 6 Tommy Johnson,Jr.


14 Tony Pedregon over 3 Jack Beckman


10 Alexis DeJoria over 7 Robert Hight


2 Matt Hagan over 15 Jeff Diehl


5 Tim Wilkerson voer 12 Chad Head


4 John Force over 13 John Hale


9 Cruz Pedregon over 8 Del Worsham


16 Terry Haddock over 1 Ron Capps


Top Fuel


11 JR Todd over 6 Spencer Massey


14 Troy Buff over 3 Terry McMillen


 7 Antron Brown over 10 Steve Torrence


15 Pat Dakin over 2 Dave Connolly


12 Brittany Force over 5 Tony Schumacher


13 Leah Pritchett over 4 Shawn Langdon


 9 Doug Kalitta over 8 Richie Crampton


16 Jenna Haddock over 1 Clay Millican


Add Comment  | August 31, 2015
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US Nationals National Championship Drag Race Bowl I Entrants

Editor's Note: This is my way of doing the US Nationals as a National Championship and for 2016, even though I am a bit bummed they left behind the history of ABC/ESPN even now, I can't still get for the life of me why Fox Sports? I feel buying races is the only way to stop Fox Sports in what they don't do.


PS Motorcycle                       


1 Scotty Pollacheck


2 Karen Stoffer


3 Eddie Krawiec


4 Hector Arana,Sr.


5 Jerry Savoie


6 Andrew Hines


7 James Underdahl


8 Hector Arana,Jr.


9 Matt Smith


10 Angelle Sampey


11 LE Tonglet


12 Chip Ellis


13 Angie Smith


14 Steve Johnson


15 Shawn Gann


16 Chaz Kennedy III


PS Car


1 Jeg Coughlin,Jr.


2 Jason Line


3 Rodger Brogdon


4 Greg Anderson


5 Larry Morgan


6 Erica Enders Stevens


7 Allen Johnson


8 Chris McGaha


9 Shane Gray


10 Jonathan Gray


11 Vincent Nobile


12 Drew Skillman


13 V Gaines


14 Bo Butner


15 Jimmy Alund


16 Deric Kramer


Funny Car


1 Ron Capps


2 Matt Hagan


3 Jack Beckman


4 John Force


5 Tim Wilkerson


6 Tommy Johnson,Jr.


7 Robert Hight


8 Del Worsham


9 Cruz Pedregon


10 Alexis DeJoria


11 Courtney Force


12 Chad Head


13 John Hale


14 Tony Pedregon


15 Jeffrey Diehl


16 Terry Haddock


Top Fuel


1 Clay Millican


2 Dave Connolly


3 Terry McMillen


4 Shawn Langdon


5 Tony Schumacher


6 Spencer Massey


7 Antron Brown


8 Richie Crampton


9 Doug Kalitta


10 Steve Torrence


11 JR Todd


12 Brittany Force


13 Leah Pritchett


14 Troy Buff


15 Pat Dakin


16 Jenna Haddock


Add Comment  | August 31, 2015
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Only 1 Answer?

I sense being a Toyota just be a Toyota is like going to Bristol just to be there. I feel there is more than Only 1 Answer in this overcrowd of a parabolica. We don't even have working the heck out of our cars until it becomes a caressed, well oiled dynasty machine.


If we where all in West Des Moines, we'd not all be blaring Bryan Adams' "Heaven" to the loudspeakers. And, if .WestDesMoines or .Grocery came up, the 2nd would be easier to take and let's just personalize .suffix to the ground, all the way to .Tiffany .


The truth is, we all don't belong at home. And the truth is, I wouldn't want my 8 or 9 who board on me while I pay Rents and Mortgages running outside my White House like I can't truly miss a thing EVER! And, if people got serious about paying our worth vs. letting Virginia kids have profits galore when they came from Harlan,Iowa, or Sioux City,Iowa and be loved SOOOOOO Much and not do a thing in Charlottesville, I'd look like a fool or an idiot.


And, no, we are not all simplified in the world. Even if the world blew out, we'd still spot who's legit and who's fishy and that is no fish tale.


Add Comment  | August 30, 2015
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Do "Preseason" Races hinder in season purses?

I almost think these Preseason Races hinder the in season purses, especially in Dirt Track USA. And, with more incentive towards "specials" instead of weekly titles, it almost looks like championships have been disincentivized. If I had to throw, No Show, No Pay like I was really driving into an Older School like the Business National Championship never left Cedar Rapids or Des Moines, if such a trophy did exist. And, the older people's Ball Coaches where Lombardi and Halas and NOT Spurrier and Beamer.


And, to cut into it, people have no sponsors because they have no car. It is a circular nightmare and people are begging,crying and screaming over the White Hat to stop the Black Hat and the Black Hat to stop the White Hat. What Stock Car Short Track USA was NEVER intended to be is a Theme Park. I get the maddest and the furiousest about having everything BUT the Final Result be a Win and all I get is airing consequences instead.


I'd like to see Christopher Bell and Rico Abreu NOT be Outliers. And, usually, the best colors to paint a plane is Red,White and Blue and that was before the Color Wheel. And, i'd be jeering the fact that any and every everyone is riding out like Smart People don't want to come home again. Even though it is truth, but, truth doesn't replace substandards and limited options.


Add Comment  | August 29, 2015
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Paris or Tokyo: Let's Start the Which Series Lottery

I feel in all honesty, let's start in the which Global Destination Paris or Tokyo because I feel Tokyo has had too much of our culture and we haven't thought enough of True Wealth and Luxury. And, too, what about somewhere warm or what about if the people on the road love you more than if you where at home, because, a Getaway is no bed of roses.


I'd like to start the Which Series Lottery for 2016 as I'd want to see David Ragan racing XFinity, Elliott Sadler in Trucks, Reed Sorenson in ARCA or Trucks Full Time, and I'd still want to see NASCAR acquire the Mexican League so that in Mexico City, they'd be waving their towels and chanting Ole Ole Ole through Post Race.


What brings the Entourage Cats to Miami? Reenacting Miami Vice? If we had license to reenact Twilight to the bones and any idiot would have tried "Vampire Hunting Season", Western Canada and United States would have a Corrections overflow. And, any of us Northerners would be lured to Miami or Charleston, but, we don't love the history entirely. Not having the Mrs. doesn't help a man that had it before, but, it don't help when a man tried to claim a girl or a woman until the truth popped out, and you can't change a Girls Friends or Family and she wants her territory, and culturalisms don't change.


Add Comment  | August 19, 2015
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Quitting the Overhead

I feel that with Fontana not being in IndyCar, I sense ISC is going to quit Fontana and Joliet. Honestly, I'd feel better in XFinity and Trucks if we quit the overhead. I feel in the Trucks, we'd be better off with Knoxville and Eldora being Dirt Track Trucks instead of trying to reporportion different Truck Costs.


And, in XFinity, I don't see a burning desire to paste good bad races. I am sensing we need Athletes and Racers who are going to be representatives of their teams, companies, schools and manufacturers. I am rolling mad that the attitude is the recklessness is out of whack and even saying he/she needed to be drug tested or drug testing in a kosher workforce was squashed when we had proper people in proper roles, and sadly. why are we fishing for sensational football when that backfires?


If this is where this decade goes weird, I'd not love it for a minute. And, finding people off these computers is a tricky dilemma. I sense favors backfire like cosigns and Jimmie Johnson was NOT a Cup Champion at this time in 2005 or Jeff Gordon was NOT a Cup Champion at this time in 1995.


The truth is not convenient and just because High Bars exist doesn't mean Plus Numbers and think people are accepted in the Neighborhood when in reality, recklessness ensues.


Add Comment  | August 14, 2015
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Cold for the Other 9 Months

I, as a concerned fan/citizen, I tend to think here in Cedar Rapids, It's One Set of 5 Letters: AWFUL! The vibe has not only been suckered, but, I think being worse than worn out is not a good look.


Here are my issues in this lawn:


1. Action does NOT mean quality. I think the NHRA should have known better than to confuse the two. I knew, deep down in my heart, the Speed Race was not intended to be forever, and what television is trying to do is not safe. I have no axes with trying to develop a safe and secure product or vehicles, but, to try to take what little of Cable/Satellite Viewer for a Ride is another axe completely.


2. Too many Chefs in the Kitchen. Okay, we got not everyone could play athlete. And to take a Public Service Higher and Higher with no anchor is dangerous. Frankly, I'd get scared if people wanted to play a Michael Vick Again and really jilt him over and over and over and over and again and again and again and again and again (Real Stories), but, common sense needs to replace Rick Ross.


3. How do we get out of our Mud Puddle? I am fine and dandy with recovering from disasters if you tie every penny to it. Here in Cedar Rapids, we had THE WORLD, no lie give us money after the flood of 2008 and in turn, we played Trombone to the Dead of Nothing. What scares me is falling for stand alone commissions, like you get a Bigger Car/Truck and us people don't have the perk of getting job,marriage, family,school or Midcareer Nursing and whoops, need money, even in collection.


4. I am not loving the Late Summer Midwestern Jibe. If we are into a 1987 and 1988, by 1989, ain't nobody is going to tell us who we are, which is spooky. And, people don't love people who walk up and leave, even if they had to race across America.


5. No, Mumford and Sons won't shut down Mt. Vernon or 1st Avenue. People flee from Bad Business.


6. Pot will set new lower bars than we wanted.


7. Does any of these Daily Fantasy Sports or Casinos realize WHO turns a Profit Off Them?


8. I'd still love if we had Pillars, Beacons and Pedestals in Truth, which would spare my Cousin's Kids the embarrassment of who's in trouble with the laws. Sadly, if we treated every gal like Trophies, she'd lose the will to Date and Remarry Over and Over and Again and Again.


9. Behind the scenes mayhem will make a public taxpayer miss like a boss on RGIII.


Add Comment  | August 7, 2015
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If we let any and everybody host an IndyCar Race..

I think if we let any and everybody host an IndyCar Race from Dirt and Short Tracks, Street Circuits, Road Couses and Superspeedways, I would love it. And, too, while we are at it, instead of a Consummate Barney Gumbel, why not replace John Daly with 2 Seperately Unrelated Dalys who do Professionalism Right in my world for Solheim and Ryder Cups?


It would be a step under or above a consummate Professional who couldn't keep other Pros in line. Sadly, it would mean Danny Lasoski would win Long Beach at a flying clip. How else would I fix the abscence of Pros?


Oklahomans would not like Andretti Still for the Flywheel down Route 66. I'd want to see at least a race at the Sun Bowl like Monster Jam. I would feel a sense of pride vs. embarassment.


I would love to see Knoxville Raceway host IndyCar and also for the Season Finale, I would nominate Tulsa Port City for the Great State of Oklahoma to have another Rose Bowl.


 


Add Comment  | August 4, 2015
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2015 Week 18 Driver of the Year

Editors Note: I will be back on my Driver of the Year Stats for the balance of the year


1 Mike Wallace XFinity 25 75


2 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 16 24


3 Ryan Gustin USMTS 14 28


4 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 12 30


5 Justin Barcia AMASX 10 30


6 Brian Brown ASCS 8 8


7 Clay Millican NHRA 6 47


8 Josef Newgarden Indy Car 5 19


9 Tony Bartone NHRA 4 4


10 Scott Bloomquist Lucas Oil 3 3


11 Mason Mitchell ARCA 2 37


12 Chase Dowling SK Modifieds 1 11


Week 18 Driver of the Year


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 100 -


2 Mike Nichols IMCS 85 15


3 Mike Wallace XFinity 75 25


4 Nehreen Ismail WRC 67 33


2015 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


5 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 54 46


6 Danny Jennings ASCS 48 52


7 Clay Millican NHRA 47 53


8 Jordan Weaver ASCS 47 53


9 Trey Marcham USAC 41 59


10 Mason Mitchell ARCA 37 63


11 Chris Porter ANDRA 33 67


12 Kenzie Ruston K and N 32 68


13 Tamara Jones WRC 32 68


14 Eric McClure XFinity 31 69


15 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 31 69


16 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 30 70


17 Justin Barcia AMASX 30 70


18 Kenny Habul XFinity 30 70


19 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 38 72


20 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 28 72


21 Ken Block Global Rallycross 28 72


22 Johnny Herrera ASCS 28 72


23 Mike Garvey SSS 27 73


24 Jay Payne NHRA 25 75


25 Cory McClenathan NHRA 25 75


26 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 24 76


27 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 24 76


28 Blake Baggett AMASX 20 80


29 Justin Barcia AMASX 20 80


30 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 20 80


NOT RANKED


31 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 19 81


32 Larry Morgan NHRA 18 82


33 Ted Christopher SK Modifieds 17 83


34 Danny Lasoski ASCS 17 83


35 Cruz Pedregon NHRA 16 84


36 Eddie Krawiec NHRA 16 84


37 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 16 84


38 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 16 84


39 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 16 84


40 Christopher Bell USAC 15 84


41 Carlos Contreras XFinity 16 84


42 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 84


43 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 15 85


44 Tommy Grimes NHRA 14 86


45 Cale Conley XFinity 14 86


46 Michael Courtney Southern Nat'ls Series 14 86


47 Todd Jackins Int'l Snowmobile Racing 14 86


48 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 86


49 Travis Cope Whelen AA 13 87


50 JR Todd NHRA 12 88


51 Scotty Pollacheck NHRA 12 88


52 Ron Hornaday,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 88


53 Giancarlo Fisichella ELMS 12 88


54 Justin Bonsignore SK Modifiedds 12 88


55 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 88


56 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 88


57 Chase Dowling SK Modified 11 89


58 Joey Gase XFinity 10 90


59 Daniel Suarez XFinity 10 90


60 Antonio Apicello F2000 Americas 10 90


61 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 90


62 Rodney Sanders USMTS 9 91


63 Del Worsham NHRA 8 92


64 Blake Koch XFinity 8 92


65 Alfonso Celis,Jr. LATAM Challenge Series 8 92


66 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 92


67 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 92


68 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 92


69 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 92


70 Brian Brown ASCS 8 92


71 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 93


72 Elliott Sadler XFinity 6 94


73 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 6 94


74 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 6 94


75 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 94


76 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Start 6 94


77 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 94


78 Hannah Newhouse K and N 5 95


79 Tony Kanaan Indy Car 5 95


80 Allen Hopp IMCA 5 95


81 Angie Smith NHRA 5 95


82 Joey Coulter Trucks 5 95


83 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Drag Boat 5 95


84 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 95


85 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 95


86 Tony Bartone NHRA 4 96


87 John Vickers NHRA 4 96


88 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 4 96


89 Larry Dixon NHRA 4 96


90 Matt Smith NHRA 4 96


91 Anne Pladson USXC 4 96


92 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 4 96


93 Ho-Pin Tung Asian LeMans 4 96


94 Gianmaria Bruni European LeMans 4 96


95 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 96


96 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 96


97 Scott Pruett USCR 4 96


98 Scott Bloomquist Lucas Oil 3 97


99 Rickie Smith NHRA 3 97


100 Chris Ennis USAC 3 97


101 Cameron Beaubier AMA Daytona SB 3 97


102 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 3 97


103 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 97


104 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross3 97


105 Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 97


106 Carl Edwards Sprint Cup 2 98


107 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 98


108 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 98


109 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 98


110 Jeff Gordon Sprint Cup 2 98


111 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 98


Add Comment  | July 25, 2015
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Tour de Haslam

I feel we get stuck with the doctors that know no nothing like Dr. Nick Riviera and the doctors that are the Hospital like Dr. Julius Hibbert. How, in my mind, would a Good Doctor be a Good Doctor unless I get told otherwise?


Sadly, I feel that Fox Sports is taking up contracts left and right, including NHRA and USGA, who actually where better off in their old homes. I wouldn't want a replacement who was only there for years who doesn't know what to do like Bill Guthridge, and I hate the cute just to be cute arc because we get more merchandise than ever, but, I'd pay to see Disney Movies at least be true to the script.


I don't like Coping with Substandards. It drives me insane when the wrong people captivate us and we get cowed and cowed over and over and over and over and again and again and again and again and again! I'd be happier calling out aces as aces and trying to block the Supersonics from being misused.


Frankly, I don't lead with that authority and I don't like circular leads that only wind up at the same place. Even though ESPN was not without fault over Topeka and Kentucky, but, the airwaves should matter.


Add Comment  | July 15, 2015
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Why is the Fair Wanting to Avoid Milwaukee?

I feel that why is it the Bucks are "Fair Game" for Las Vegas, or Seattle, and worse, is it because the Milwaukee Mile is ready to be condemned as Andretti Autosport didn't put a red cent in nothing except using Milwaukee Mile. I am mad for a myriad of reasons, and it feels like if No Bucks Arena would equal No Admirals Promotion, and they have been through 3 Leagues and one of the oldest True Professional Non- NHL Pro Hockey Clubs in North America.


I'll at least get stats online in due time, but, why is the best San Diego wanting to offer Comic Con is 2 Years, and this was after a brief New York City period. And, there's no Spock to guide the Airplane, and worse, I am feverishly trying to appease anyone to keep the Chargers Lineage and Colors in San Diego County.


And, what's worse, is people have a bad habit of staying away in droves when locales can't do books right. And, it is not pretty. And, taking away a good chunk of winter in SE Wisconsin is only going to yank more people out of town, once Detroit Problems boil to a fire.


I would at least attempt to keep the Short Days from losing its handle and spout, and who is batting for the 414? I would at least want constructiveness out of nothing.


Add Comment  | July 8, 2015
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Is A 20 Million Season Possible?

I think we are still stuck on the 1990s in Motorsports and if a 20 Million Season was possible, we would have to finish High Money, Night After Night, and Run Major Venues, Superspeedways, and Major Races. Jimmy Owens 1999 Record of 49-16 is not pure fiction even though the Dirt Late Models did not get preferential air treatment in 1999. 10 Wins are still a big deal.


If we where magically focused, the money to dig in would have been tougher to dig in to properly not always be paranoid over sponsors or payola sponsors. Unfortunately, trying to tie up jobs that could help people enjoy Summers and Weekends better is not all good or easy.


Up here in the Midwest, we'd have to force the issue for the better. We'd have to at least try and get Erik Jones driving Detroit, because, he is close to that area and we can't let Japan "Buy" Everything. I think we'd have to get Dodge back in NASCAR, with Mitsubishi, Nissan, Honda and Suburu before Europe could get in.


It is more of an issue of expanding money making and real victory oppurtunities, and if it was a simple tort buy in, folks would not hear it.


Add Comment  | June 30, 2015
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Taboos, Norms, Badisms and Attitudes

I really feel why every halfwit who does National High School Football says De La Salle is a National Favorite. Truth be told, they usurped Massillon and Permian and I think Miami Central would have been the 1 Team in the USA who'd beat De La Salle this year, including the off brand Euless Trinity and Southlake Carroll.


Norms, why Sonoma look like Martinsville or why Watkins Glen Shortcircuited? We are stuck on Norms like Norm McDonald went into Season 10. It is awkward for all the wrong reasons and why one Road Course get upset over another opening and why we can't go back from Specialisms?


Badisms, if your going to do a Bad True Story right, don't be farbaric. Its nuts to admit it, but, it is true.


Attitudes, aren't the only thing. We need level masts and not just running over 2007, or 2017, and even though 2020 will come in time, we need to ride the wave for fame,fortune and Hollywood.


Why is it the wrong people get air time? I don't like robots who get more air time than the School President, which is another 1984 ready to be made for 2015, and it would make us into Mark Messier in 2019 and make us into Winners, Champions, Dynasties and Merchandise.


Add Comment  | June 27, 2015
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Why Daytona Beach Magically Interested in Laguna Seca?

I think I don't have the clue to save my life for the 2016 Cup Schedule. nor, do I want to keep being Chicken Little. And, I think protecting Atlanta is chief, and I think Fontana could be sold,too. I feel that ISC or Daytona Beach trying to have Road Courses is fanish at best. I think Road Racing needs to at least speak for itself.


And, I think with the Road Course angle, I think besides Road Atlanta, Road America needs to be advanced to Cup, NOLA, Sebring, Pomona, VIR and Laguna Seca would earn callups. I think what scares people off Barber is the whole UAB Debacle, even though UAB is back to having a Program next Spring, but, it doesn't resolve Jefferson County not having money.


I think the Dirt Tracks need to have more of a prominent role. Okay, when was the last time "Fan Favorite Venue" appeared on the program? Was it back when we actually HAD Money in the Soft Period?


And, if you wanted to turn Belle Isle into a Permenant Road Course, we'd be having a lonely position. Trying to buy Burke Lakefront Airport from the Cleveland Municipal Airport Authority is easier than trying to turn Belle Isle into a Road Course because they tried to turn Michigan State Fairgrounds into a Road Course to appease CART, and the Fair Board had cold feet.


Add Comment  | June 23, 2015
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Indy Bowl I After Mesquite Twin 15's

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1 0-Vitor Meira                           107           -    5


2 1-Will Power                             48         59    1


3 2-JP Montoya                           40         67     2


4 9-Scott Dixon                           39        68     2


5 02-Justin Wilson                       31        76     1


6 15-Graham Rahal                     22        85


7 5-Conor Daly                           21        86


8 5-James Hinchcliffe                 20        87     1


9 3-Helio Castroneves                19        88


10 03-Oriol Servia                    16         91


11 11-Sebastien Bourdais         15         92    1


12 22-Simon Pagenaud            13         94


13 26-Carlos Munoz                 11        96  1


14 54-Terry LaBonte                10       97   1


15 99-Alex Papini                    10       97    1


16 10-Tony Kanaan                 10       97


17 25-Simona de Silvestro        9       98


18 27-Marco Andretti               9       98


19 36-Ana Beatriz                   8       99


20 77-Matthew Bauldwin          6      101


21 14-Takuma Sato                 6      101


22 83-Charlie Kimball              6     101


23 20-Ed Carpenter                 4      103


24 66-Rusty Wallace                 3      104


25 31-Ward Burton                  3       104


26 19-Tristan Vautier               3       104


27 72-Danny Lasoski               2       105


28 87-Aaron Reutzel                1      106


29 90-Kenzie Ruston                1      106


30 48-Bryan Clauson               1      106


Add Comment  | June 22, 2015
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1965 vs. 1990 : Passage of Motorsports

I feel like too, I want to see another 1965 in Motorsports where we ride the tide to celebrity, superstardom and fame for the next 30 or 40 Years. I feel this Father's Day is a passage, even though we have no Michigan, no LeMans, Stanley Cup or NBA Finals. Deep down, I make it no secret I'm a Good Winner and a Bad Loser, but, that is colored out of reality.


I think it is as passage heavy as Tim Richmond's Last Win, Riverside's Last Father's Day, and Mickey Thompson's last Father's Day in 1987. And, we still haven't gotten Mickey Thompson's Gunmen because no one in America cares to bust out to investigate, and we have a lot of criminal profilers. And, Steph Curry is this Day's Ed "The Ace" McCullough and Antron's this day's Jackie Robinson, and I hate to pigeon or segregate it in that corner.


I am not laughing we are stuck on 1990 and Mismanagement and Maladjustment and its 2015. At least we owe it to Detroit to get better for real , even if it meant not having an Art Museum. My 50 after 9 2 Summers Ago has been well heard, and I wished Juneteenth wasn't painted into a rhetoric corner. We owe it to have a Better Bicentennial Juneteenth and better 50th Black History Month. I don't mean to be on a soapbox, but, the truth is not a liar.


And, I think as much as I want the 3 to return to Victory Lane, it'd be a better ride this Summer, but, we wouldn't have solved Golden State or Triple Crowns or USAC Racing.


Add Comment  | June 21, 2015
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Mesquite Off Broadway Twins Results

1 ( 12) 54-Terry LaBonte 10          1st  10   10


2 (10) 25-Simona de Silvestro  6   3rd   9


3 (11) 20-Ed Carpenter           4   5th   4


4 (13) 66-Rusty Wallace         3  7th   3 


5 (1) 0-Vitor Meira                2 9th   107


6 (17) 87-Aaron Reutzel        1 11th 1  1


7 (8) 27-Marco Andretti           13th


8 (18) 92-Jordan Weaver         15th


DID NOT QUALIFY


9 (3) 02-Justin Wilson


10 (15) 89-Chase Elliott


11 (4) 3-Helio Castroneves


12 (16) 23-Ty Dillon


13 (20) 97-Joe Nemechek


14 (19) 71-Jason Johnson


15 (5) 03-Oriol Servia


16 (6) 22-Simon Pagenaud


17 (7) 67-Josef Newgarden


18 (14) 80-Jeff Burton


19 (9) 14-Takuma Sato 13 Engine


20 (2) 2-JP Montoya 1 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Meira 1-3


Wilson 4


Castroneves 5-8


Servia 9


Newgarden 10


Andretti 11


Sato 12-13


T. LaBonte 14-15


Twin #2


1 (16) 99-Alex Papini 10 10 10 2nd


2 (19) 77-Matthew Bauldwin 6 6 6 4th


3 (11) 15-Graham Rahal 4 22 6th


4 (13) 31-Ward Burton 3 3 20 8th


5 (11) 72-Danny Lasoski 2 2 22 10th


6 (18) 90-Kenzie Ruston 1 1 112th


7 (6) 26-Carlos Munoz         14th


8 (17) 57-Christopher Bell 16th


DID NOT QUALIFY


9 (10) 48-Bryan Clauson


10 (15) 33-Austin Dillon


11 (7) 10-Tony Kanaan


12 (10) 91-John Hunter Nemechek


13 (8) 36-Ana Beatriz 8 Crash


14 (3) 5-Conor Daly 8 Crash


15 (2) 9-Scott Dixon 8 Crash


16 (9) 83-Charlie Kimball 8 Crash


17 (1) 1-Will Power 3 Crash


18 (5) 11-Sebastien Bourdais 3 Crash


19 (12) 44 - Bobby LaBonte 1 Crash


20 (14) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1 Crash


Lap Leaders


Power 1-3


Munoz 4


Beatriz 5-8


Papini 9-15


Add Comment  | June 19, 2015
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NHRA Fast 16 After 2 of 4 Events

1 Terry McMillen TF 180 9-1 1


2 Eddie Krawiec PSM 160 8-2 2


3 Allen Johnson PSC 120 7-2 3


4 Matt Hagan FC 117 4-2 4


5 Dave Connolly TF 120 6-1 5


6 V.Gaines PSC 100 5-2 6


7 Leah Pritchett tf 100 5-2 7


8 Gary Densham FC 80 4-2 8


9 Angelle Sampey PSM 80 4-2 9


10 Hector Arana,Jr. PSM 80 4-2 10


11 Cruz Pedregon FC 80 4-2 11


12 Troy Buff TF 60 3-2 12


13 Chris McGaha PSC 60 3-2 13


14 Tommy Johnson,Jr. FC 60 3-2 14


15 Erica Enders-Stevens PSC 60 3-2 15


16 Larry Morgan PSC 60 3-2 16


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Drag Race Bowl I Standings After 2 of 4 Rounds

Top Fuel                          -        W-L


1 Terry McMillen    180     -         8-1


2 Dave Connolly    120      60     6-1


3 Leah Pritchett     100      80    5-2


4 Troy Buff              60   120    3-2


5 Antron Brown       40  140     2-2


6 Brittany Force      40  140     2-2


7 Clay Millican         40 140     2-2


8 Shawn Langdon   20 160      1-2


9 Steve Torrence    20 160      1-2


10 Steve Chrisman 20 160      1-2


11JR Todd             20 160      1-2


12 Larry Dixon,Jr.  20 160      1-2


13 Spencer Massey 0  180     0-2


14 Tony Schumacher 0 180   0-2


15 Richie Crampton  0 180   0-2


16 Doug Kalitta       0 180    0-2


Pro Stock Motorcycle      -        W-L


1 Eddie Krawiec      160  -        8-2


2 Angelle Sampey     80  80     4-2


3 Hector Arana,Jr.     80  80    4-2


4 Karen Stoffer         40 120  2-1


5 Jimmy Underdahl    40 120 2-2


6 Chaz Kennedy III   40 120 2-2


7 Matt Smith            40 120  2-2


8 Angie Smith          20 140  1-2


9 Shawn Gann         20 140   1-2


10 Brian Pretzel       20 140   1-2


11 Mike Berry          20 140  1-2


12 Scotty Pollacheck 20 140 1-2


13 Andrew Hines      20 140 1-2


14 Hector Arana,Sr. 20 140 1-2


15 Lance Bonham     0 160 0-1


16 Eddie Reed          0 160 0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Mike Olsen        0 160   0-2


Pro Stock Car               -  W-L


1 Allen Johnson  120     -  6-2


2 V.Gaines        100   20   5-2


3 Chris McGaha   60  60   3-2


4 Erica Enders Stevens 60 60 3-2


5 Larry Morgan  60 60 3-2


6 Drew Skillman 60 60 3-2


7 Greg Anderson 40 80 2-2


8 Jason Line 40 80 2-2


9 Vincent Nobile 20 100 1-2


10 Deric Kramer 20 100 1-2


11 Rodger Brogdon 20 100 1-2


12 Shane Gray 20 100 1-2


13 Johnny Gray 0 120 0-2


14 Joey Grose 0 120 0-2


15 Matthew Hartford 0 120 0-2


16 Jeffrey Isbell 0 120 0-2


Funny Car               -  W-L


1 Matt Hagan  117  -   4-2


2 Gary Densham 80 37 4-2


3 Cruz Pedregon 80 37 4-2


4 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 60 57 3-2


5 Tim Wilkerson 60 57 3-2


6 Del Worsham 40 77 2-2


7 Chad Head 40 77 2-2


8 Courtney Force 40 77 2-2


9 John Hale 40 77 2-2


10 Bob Bode,Jr. 20 97 1-2


11 Ron Capps 20 97 1-2


12 Tony Pedregon 20 97 1-2


13 Jack Beckman 0 117 0-1


14 Jeff Arend 0 117 0-1


15 Robert Hight 0 117 0-1


16 John Force 0 117 0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Alexis DeJoria 0 117 0-2


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USAC's Future and Fruit and Nut Baskets

I hate to just dance anyway, but USAC's Future is cloudy with a chance of snowballs. Okay, on a serious note, it is like San Diego giving the Chargers the Waterloo Treatment or not extending a 90 Day Contract or missing like a king over a rare final last time in hearing Bob Jenkins live vs, just a narrator. The Davey Hamilton issue is Hawkeye Downsesque at best. And, to alienate and divide the public, the Little 500 got higher as the Night Before was cut like Dahls and cutting Pasta and Coleslaw out the deli.


The 3 Aformentioneds will have an effect on Iowa Grocers for years to come, and cutting Pasta and Coleslaw eliminates repeat customers. And, jumping from one food to another, Coach Stokes always brought up Fruit and Nut Baskets. And, also, digging deeper to Chinatown and past the Used Car Lot they tried to call Tibettown, (Okay, that was Simpsonian, just to prove to my younger adult public we need to be awake vs. comatose.), the intrusion of Dirt Modifieds, the intrusion of Paved and Pro Stock Modifieds across America and also, the extension of Winged Outlaw Sprints across the World like Hip Hop still in an expansion period.


America, its like money, aid and jobs, the Non Wing Sprint Cars can't come fast enough. I'd even throw in a Miami Equal to the Chili Bowl just so Joe Robbie could sell out and we'd do our own postmodern Indiana Jones stance for Sprint Cars. And, not everyone can stay in School, even if its Next Hour and Family, not stealing taxpayer dollars or crowding free food and air that gets hot in a hurry and the vibes get cold in a hurry. I can't deny the Grassroots is starting to grow like weeds against the Scott Sharps, but, we can't find Sprint Car Drivers entirely on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram because if you got the folk online, the offline versions would look like I would fastball the same one WR-QB Duo on Video Games until it fell down.


I would be okay with Conor Daly doing the Knoxville Nationals JUST so he'd do Dirt Racing and knowledge and wealth is a gift, like luxury, not a destination


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2015 Summernationals Drag Race Bowl I Finals

The Homestanding Eddie Krawiec, winner of the Stock Conference from Pro Stock Motorcycle vs. The Road Standing Terry McMillen, winner of the Nitro Conference from Top Fuel, which is an increasingly "money" class in the Drag Race Bowl Series, winner of the Last 2 with Clay Millican and Dave Connolly, is looking for 3 In a Row on the Drag Race Bowl Series.


The Winner Is TF Terry McMillen over PSM Eddie Krawiec as Top Fuel has become the "Money" Class, which is increasingly not sitting well with the Stock Compatriots, who have enough to mess with along with the CART-ian Escalation in Costs, and this is not 2005.


For 2016, I will make my Drag Race Bowl NHRA Wide. I have said that before, and I am going to include The Winternationals in the Summernationals Stead because of the 100th Indianapolis 500 Focus of said blogger.


I won't bring up expansion yet, but, one thing is obvious, I won't be the I Can't Miss A Thing Ever Kind of Guy, because 1999 still has claws on this Wild AND Crazy World : For WHAT? And, my Winners are by League :


1 Top Fuel 3 (2 Are True 1st Winners: Clay Millican and Terry McMillen)


2 Pro Stock Motorcycle 1


3 Pro Stock Car 1


4 Funny Car 1


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NHRA Fast 16 After Category Finals

1 Terry McMillen TF 160 8-1 1


2 Eddie Krawiec PSM 160 8-1 2


3 Allen Johnson PSC 120 7-2 3


4 Matt Hagan FC 117 4-2 4


5 Dave Connolly FC 120 6-1 5


6 V. Gaines PSC 100 5-2 7 +1


7 Leah Pritchett TF 100 5-2 6 -1


8 Gary Densham FC 80 4-1 8


9 Angelle Sampey PSM 80 4-2 9


10 Hector Arana,Jr. PSM 80 4-2 10


11 Cruz Pedregon FC 80 4-2 11


12 Troy Buff TF 60 3-2 12


13 Chris McGaha PSC 70 3-2 13


14 Tommy Johnson,Jr. FC 60 3-2 14


15 Erica Enders Stevens PSC 60 3-2 15


16 Larry Morgan PSC 60 3-2 16


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Drag Race Bowl I After Conference Finals

        Top Fuel                                         -       W-L


1 Terry McMillen                      160          -       8-1


2 Dave Connolly                     120         40      6-1


3 Leah Pritchett                      100        60       5-2


4 Troy Buff                              60       100      3-2


5 Antron Brown                       40       120       2-2


6 Brittany Force                       40       120      2-2


7 Clay Millican                        40       120       2-2


8 Shawn Langdon                  20       140        1-2


9 Steve Torrence                  20        140        1-2


10 Steve Chrisman               20        140        1-2


11 JR Todd                          20        140        1-2


12 Larry Dixon,Jr.               20        140         1-2


13 Spencer Massey              0        160           0-2


14 Tony Schumacher           0        160           0-2


15 Richie Crampton             0        160           0-2


16 Doug Kalitta                   0        160          0-2


Pro Stock Motorcycle                      -           W-L


1 Eddie Krawiec             160          -           8-1


2 Angelle Sampey            80        80          4-2


3 Hector Arana,Jr.            80       80           4-2


4 Karen Stoffer               40       120          2-1


5 Jimmy Underdahl         40       120          2-2


6 Chaz Kennedy III         40      120           2-2


7 Matt Smith                  40      120           2-2


8 Angie Smith                 20     140           1-2


9 Shawn Gann                20     140           1-2


10 Brian Pretzel             20     140          1-2


11 Mike Berry               20      140         1-2


12 Scotty Pollacheck    20      140          1-2


13 Andrew Hines        20       140         1-2


14 Hector Arana,Sr.  20        140        1-2


15 Lance Bonham      0        160         0-1


16 Eddie Reed          0        160         0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Mike Olsen         0       160         0-2


Pro Stock Car                    -           W-L


1 Allen Johnson    120       -           6-2


2 V.Gaines           100     20          5-2


3 Chris McGaha    60      60           3-2


4 Erica Enders Stevens 60 60       3-2


5 Larry Morgan  60     60           3-2


6 Drew Skillman 60    60           3-2


7 Greg Anderson 40   80          2-2


8 Jason Line       40   80          2-2


9 Vincent Nobile 20 100          1-2


10 Deric Kramer 20 100         1-2


11 Rodger Brogdon 20 100     1-2


12 Shane Gray  20 100         1-2


13 Johnny Gary   0 120        0-2


14 Joey Grose     0 120        0-2


15 Matthew Hartford 0 120  0-2


16 Jeffrey Isbell 0 120       0-2


Funny Car               -       W-L


1 Matt Hagan 117   -        4-2


2 Gary Densham 80 37   4-2


3 Cruz Pedregon 80 37  4-2


4 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 60 57 3-2


5 Tim Wilkerson 60 57 3-2


6 Del Worsham 40 77 2-2


7 Chad Head    40 77 2-2


8 Courtney Force 40 77 2-2


9 John Hale      20 97 1-1


10 Bob Bode,Jr. 20 97 1-2


11 Ron Capps   20 97 1-2


12 Tony Pedregon 20 97 1-2


13 Jack Beckman 0 117 0-1


14 Jeff Arend      0 117 0-1


15 Robert Hight  0 117 0-1


16 John Force    0 117 0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Alexis DeJoria 0 117 0-2


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Know Pressure, Know Diamonds

Even though I am playing on a common 2010's Sports Shirt, but, if we all knew pressure, does that mean we all know diamonds? If relationships always mattered, if ticket national championships, actual conference, state, national, and world championships and dynasties mattered, we'd be wealthy over and over and over and over and again and again and again and again and again. Even if we weeded out the badisms Monday Morning, would we have mined money or would we have been on tempertantrums and hissy fits like there are too many Crissies and Monicas and never enough Masts like Rick before doing anything.


Frankly, if we are all taxis, we'd be upset as we ever was, and if we all fell for girls like they where all sweet and all charming, what is all wrong is the truth is all right in 2015. Sadly, everyone has tried to act like Rick Ross and Cop Benefits with their jobs as a lot of us don't got that and we work too dang hard just to risk getting sued like Miami Rick Ross the Rapper as he CP3'd Freeway Rick Ross's Rep and our prison system is too broke to even know its broken.


If someone bought a factory for $1 or $2,015 , it would take more than that to fix or destroy it further. Technically, being reversist and looking untouchable or a Teflon is not music to everyone's ears.


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Drag Race Bowl I Summernationals Class Finals

Pro Stock Car


 8 Allen Johnson over 10 Chris McGaha


Pro Stock Motorcycle


3 Eddie Krawiec over 9 Angelle Sampey


Top Fuel


9 Terry McMillen over 10 Leah Pritchett


Funny Car


7 Gary Densham over 13 Tommy Johnson,Jr.


Stock Finals


Eddie Krawiec vs. Allen Johnson


Nitro Finals


Terry McMillen vs. Gary Densham


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Drag Race Bowl I Fast 16 After Class Semifinals

Editor's Notes: Once I get my 2016 Drag Race Bowl II Schedule Online, I will have the Winternationals as a Stand In for The Summernationals only because I want to close out any non-Indy Car Action from April 28th to June 19th due to the 100th Indianapolis 500, and the potential tie-in of Monaco and LeMans on June 12th and 19th. Also, the internet is going nuts in real time, and not always appreciating the Sports Stones, especially in real time.


1 Dave Connolly TF 120 6-1 1


2 Eddie Krawiec PSM 120 6-1 3 +1


3 Matt Hagan FC 117 4-2 2 -1


4 Allen Johnson PSC 100 5-1 7 +3


5 Terry McMillen TF 120 6-1 5


6 Leah Pritchett TF 100 5-1 6


7 V. Gaines PSC 100 5-2 4 -3


8 Angelle Sampey PSM 80 4-1 11 +3


9 Hector Arana,Jr. PSM 80 4-2 9


10 Cruz Pedregon FC 80 4-2 8 -2


11 Gary Densham FC 60 3-1 NR


12 Tommy Johnson,Jr. FC 60 3-1 NR


13 Chris McGaha PSC 60 3-1 NR


14 Troy Buff TF 60 3-2 10 -4


15 Erica Enders Stevens PSC 60 3-2 13 -2


16 Larry Morgan PSC 60 3-2 12 -4


Dropped Out: 14 Tim Wilkerson FC


                    15 Drew Skillman PSC


                    16 Antron Brown TF


Editor's Note II: I will also make my Drag Race Bowl II NHRA-Wide as I think if that was 1 World Title vs. A Handful, beyond just Class/Conference/ or Series Pride, it would have been International Bragging Rights.


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Racing for Grands

Older People made a bigger deal over Grands vs. Billions, Trillions and Jillions, and I am curious, if we gave Coast to Coast Stock Cars and Drag Racing, it wouldn't hurt to benefit the cities, suburbia and rural communities that have racing? I feel that personally, if it came down to bookings,  would have Greg Anderson beat John Force to the NHRA World Championship?


Down the road, you'd see the Pennyslvania to California people go to races again.


Or, Rowdy or Denny Hamlin would have fell apart trying to find races.


And, while we are at it, its Conor Daly for Knoxville Nationals, despite not having no Dirt Track Experience.


I am ONLY Feeling that the TNN Biscuits, Gravy, and Chicken Treatment got bigger and better for Network TV vs. always being clowned 24-7.


If we had more people making independent wealth vs. being in every kind of Louisiana or Youngstown Loan or Debt you'd think of, we'd be better off.


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Drag Race Bowl I Standings After Class Semifinals

                                    Top Fuel                            -       W-L


1 Dave Connolly                          120                     -       6-1


2 Terry McMillen                         120                     -       6-1


3 Leah Pritchett                          100                  20        5-1


4 Troy Buff                                  60                  60       3-2


5 Antron Brown                           40                  80        2-2


6 Brittany Force                           40                 80        2-2


7 Clay Millican                             40                 80        2-2


8 Shawn Langdon                        20                100       1-2


9 Steve Torrence                        20                 100       1-2


10 Steve Chrisman                     20                 100       1-2


11 JR Todd                                20                  100      1-2


12 Larry Dixon,Jr.                     20                   100      1-2


13 Spencer Massey                     0                   120      0-2


14 Tony Schumacher                  0                   120      0-2


15 Richie Crampton                    0                   120     0-2


16 Doug Kalitta                         0                   120      0-2


Pro Stock Motorcycle                                      -         W-L


1 Eddie Krawiec                     120                   -        6-1


2 Angelle Sampey                    80                  40      4-1


3 Hector Arana,Jr.                    80                 40       4-2


4 Karen Stoffer                        40                80       2-1


5 Jimmy Underdahl                 40                80       2-2


6 Matt Smith                          40                80      2-2


7 Chaz Kennedy III                 40               80       2-2


8 Angie Smith                        20             100       1-2


9 Shawn Gann                       20             100      1-2


10 Brian Pretzel                    20              100      1-2


11 Mike Berry                      20               100     1-2


12 Scotty Pollacheck           20               100       1-2


13 Andrew Hines                20               100       1-2


14 Hector Arana,Sr.            20               100      1-2


15 Lance Bonham                0               120      0-1


16 Eddie Reed                     0                120    0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Mike Olsen                   0               120      0-2


Funny Car                                           -        W-L


1 Matt Hagan              117                  -         4-2


2 Cruz Pedregon          80                  37        4-2


3 Gary Densham         60                  57        3-1


4 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 60                  57          3-1


5 Tim Wilkerson         60                 57          3-2


6 Del Worsham          40                 77         2-2


7 Chad Head             40                 77         2-2


8 Courtney Force       40                77         2-2


9 John Hale              20                97         1-2


10 Bob Bode,Jr.        20                97         1-2


11 Ron Capps           20               97         1-2


12 Tony Pedregon     20               97         1-2


13 Jack Beckman        0             117         0-1


14 Jeff Arend             0             117         0-1


15 Robert Hight         0             117         0-1


16 John Force           0             117         0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Alexis DeJoria      0             117         0-2


Pro Stock Car                         -          W-L


1 Allen Johnson     100           -          5-1


2 V.Gaines            100           -          5-2


3 Chris McGaha       60         40        3-1


4 Erica Enders Stevens 60     40       3-2


5 Larry Morgan        60        40        3-2


6 Drew Skillman      60        40        3-2


7 Greg Anderson     40       80        2-2


8 Jason Line           40       80       2-2


9 Vincent Nobile     20       100      1-2


10 Deric Kramer     20      100       1-2


11 Rodger Brogdon 20      100       1-2


12 Shane Gray       20    100        1-2


13 Johnny Gray      0      120        0-2


14 Joey Grose        0      120        0-2


15 Matthew Hartford 0     120     0-2


16 Jeffrey Isbell      0     120      0-2


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Drag Bowl Race I Summernationals Class Semis

Top Fuel


10 Leah Pritchett over 6 Antron Brown


9 Terry McMillen over 13 Troy Buff


Funny Car


7 Gary Densham over 11 Del Worsham


13 Tommy Johnson,Jr. over 16 Chad Head


Pro Stock Car


10 Chris McGaha over 3 Greg Anderson


8 Allen Johnson over 5 Erica Enders-Stevens


Pro Stock Motorcycle


3 Eddie Krawiec over 2 Karen Stoffer


9 Angelle Sampey over 12 Jimmy Underdahl


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Drag Race Bowl I Standings After 2nd Rd Qualifying

                  Top Fuel                                    -        W-L


1 Dave Connolly                          120           -        6-1


2 Terry McMillen                          100         20       5-1


3 Leah Pritchett                             80        40       4-1


4 Troy Buff                                   60         60      3-1


6 Antron Brown                            40         80      2-1


7 Brittany Force                           40         80      2-2


8 Clay Millican                             40         80      2-2


9 Shawn Langdon                       20       100       1-2


10 Steve Torrence                      20       100       1-2


11 JR Todd                                20       100       1-2


12 Larry Dixon,Jr.                     20        100       1-2


13 Spencer Massey                     0        120       0-2


14 Tony Schumacher                  0        120        0-2


15 Richie Crampton                    0        120       0-2


16 Doug Kalitta                         0        120       0-2


            Funny Car                                -        W-L


1 Matt Hagan                           117       -       4-2


2 Cruz Pedregon                       80       37      4-2


3 Tim Wilkerson                       60       57      3-2


4 Gary Densham                     40        77      2-1


5 Del Worsham                       40       77      2-2


6 Tommy Johnson,Jr.              40       77      2-1


7 Chad Head                           40      77      2-1


8 Courtney Force                    40      77      2-2


9 John Hale                           20       97     1-2


10 Bob Bode                          20     97       1-2


11 Ron Capps                        20     97       1-2


12 Tony Pedregon                  20     97       1-2


13 Jack Beckman                    0    117      0-1


14 Jeff Arend                          0   117       0-1


15 Robert Hight                      0   117       0-1


16 John Force                        0   117       0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Alexis DeJoria                  0   117       0-2


Pro Stock Motorcycle                   -         W-L


1 Eddie Krawiec               100     -         5-1


2 Hector Arana,Jr.             80     20       4-2


3 Angelle Sampey             60    40       3-1


4 Jimmy Underdahl           40  60         2-1


5 Karen Stoffer                 40 60          2-0


6 Matt Smith                    40 60          2-2


7 Chaz Kennedy III          40 60          2-2


8 Angie Smith                 20  80         1-2


9 Shawn Gann                20 80          1-2


10 Brian Pretzel              20 80         1-2


11 Mike Berry                 20 80         1-2


12 Scotty Pollacheck       20 80         1-2


13 Andrew Hines            20 80         1-2


14 Hector Arana,Sr.      20  80         1-2


15 Lance Bonham        0    100        0-1


16 Eddie Reed            0     100        0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Mike Olsen           0    100         0-2


Pro Stock Car                   -          W-L


1 V.Gaines           100     -          5-2


2 Allen Johnson      80      20     4-1


3 Larry Morgan       60    40      3-2


4 Erica Enders-Stevens 60 40       3-1


5 Drew Skillman        60 40        3-2


6 Greg Anderson      40 60        2-1


7 Chris McGaha       40 60        2-1


8 Jason Line           40 60         2-2


9 Vincent Nobile     20 80        1-2


10 Deric Kramer   20  80         1-2


11 Rodger Brogdon 20 80      1-2


12 Shane Gray     20 80        1-2


13 Johnny Gray     0 100       0-2


14 Joey Grose        0 100       0-2


15 Matthew Hartford 0 100     0-2


16 Jeffrey Isbell    0 100      0-2


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Drag Race Bowl I Summernationals 2nd Round Qualifying

Pro Stock Car


3 Greg Anderson over 11 Vincent Nobile


10 Chris McGaha over 15 Deric Kramer


5 Erica Enders-Stevens over 4 Larry Morgan


8 Allen Johnson over 1 Jason Line


Pro Stock Motorcycle


3 Eddie Krawiec over 11 Shawn Gann


2 Karen Stoffer over 10 Angie Smith


12 Jimmy Underdahl over 13 Mike Berry


9 Angelle Sampey over 16 Brian Pretzel


Top Fuel


6 Antron Brown over 14 Steve Torrence


10 Leah Pritchett over 15 Steve Chrisman


13 Troy Buff over 12 Brittany Force


9 Terry McMillen over 16 JR Todd


Funny Car


11 Del Worsham over 14 John Hale


7 Gary Densham over 2 Matt Hagan


13 Tommy Johnson,Jr. over 5 Tim Wilkerson


16 Chad Head over 8 Courtney Force


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NHRA Fast 16 After 1st Round Qualifying

1 Dave Connolly             TF  120     6-1  1


2 Matt Hagan                FC 117       4-1 3 +1


3 V.Gaines                  PSC 100      5-2   2-1


4 Hector Arana,Jr.       PSM 80       4-2    4


5 Eddie Krawiec         PSM  80       4-1   6 +1


6 Cruz Pedregon         FC   80       4-2    5 -1


7 Terry McMillen         TF   80       4-1   8 +1


8 Larry Morgan         PSC 60       3-2  10 +2


9 Allen Johnson       PSC  60       3-2 13 +4


10 Tim Wilkerson      FC      60     3-1 11 +1


11 Leah Pritchett       TF     60     3-1 9  -2


12 Drew Skillman      PSC  60       3-2 7 -5


13 Brittany Force       TF 40         2-1 NR


14 Courtney Force      FC 40       2-1 NR


15 Jason Line          PSC 40       2-1 NR


16 Angelle Sampey PSM 40       2-1 NR


Dropped Out : PSM Matt Smith 12


                      TF Clay Millican 14


                     PSM Chaz Kennedy III 15


                      FC Gary Densham 16


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Drag Race Bowl I Standings After E'town 1st Rd Qualifying

                                          Top Fuel               -         W-L


1 Dave Connolly              120                          -         6-1


2 Terry McMillen                80                      40           4-1


3 Leah Pritchett                60                       60          3-1


4 Brittany Force               40                       80           2-1


5 Troy Buff                     40                       80            2-1


6 Clay Millican                40                        80           2-2


7 Antron Brown             20                      100           1-1


8 Steve Torrence           20                      100           1-1


9 Steve Chrisman          20                      100          1-1


10 JR Todd                   20                      100           1-1


11 Shawn Langdon       20                       100          1-2


12 Larry Dixon             20                       100          1-2


13 Spencer Massey        0                       120           0-2


14 Tony Schumacher     0                       120           0-2


15 Richie Crampton       0                       120           0-2


16 Doug Kalitta             0                       120           0-2


                           Funny Car Standings         -           W-L


1 Matt Hagan                      117                     -          4-1


2 Cruz Pedregon                   80                    37        4-2


3 Tim Wilkerson                   60                    57         3-1


4 Courtney Force                  40                   77        2-1


5 Gary Densham                  20                   97         1-1


6 Del Worsham                   20                    97         1-1


7 Tommy Johnson,Jr.          20                   97         1-1


8 John Hale                        20                  97          1-1


9 Chad Head                      20                  97           1-1


10 Bob Bode,Jr.                  20                 97           1-2


11 Ron Capps                     20                97            1-2


12 Tony Pedregon              20                97           1-2


13 Jack Beckman                 0              117           0-1


14 Jeff Arend                       0             117           0-1


15 Robert Hight                   0             117          0-1


16 John Force                      0             117         0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Alexis DeJoria                 0             117         0-2


                 Pro Stock Car Standings         -           W-L


1 V.Gaines                   100                     -          5-2


2 Larry Morgan              60                    40         3-1


3 Allen Johnson             60                    40         3-1


4 Drew Skillman           60                    40          3-2


5 Jason Line                 40                    60          2-1


6 Erica Enders Stevens 40                     60         2-1


7 Greg Anderson          20                     80        1-1


8 Chris McGaha            20                     80        1-1


9 Vincent Nobile          20                      80        1-1


10  Deric Kramer         20                     80        1-1


11 Rodger Brogdon     20                      80       1-2


12 Shane Gray           20                       80      1-2


13 Johnny Gray           0                     100       0-2


14 Joey Grose             0                     100        0-2


15 Matthew Hartford    0                    100         0-2


16 Jeffrey Isbell          0                     100         0-2


Pro Stock Motorcycle                           -          W-L


1 Hector Arana,Jr.          80                  -          4-2


2 Eddie Krawiec             80                   -         4-1


3 Angelle Sampey          40                40         2-1


4 Matt Smith                40                 40        2-2


5 Chaz Kennedy III        40                40        2-2


6 Jimmy Underdahl         20                60       1-1


7 Angie Smith                20                60       1-1


8 Shawn Gann               20                60       1-1


9 Karen Stoffer              20               60       1-0


10 Brian Pretzel            20                60       1-1


11 Mike Berry              20                60        1-1


12 Scotty Pollacheck    20                60         1-1


13 Andrew Hines          20               60         1-1


14 Hector Arana,Sr.        20            60         1-1


15 Lance Bonham             0            80         0-1


16 Eddie Reed                  0            80        0-2


NOT CLASSIFIED


17 Mike Olsen                  0           80        0-2


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Mesquite Twin 15s Off Broadway Orders

Twin 15 #1


Row 1


0-Vitor Meira


2-JP Montoya


Row 2


02-Justin Wilson


 3-Helio Castroneves


Row 3


03-Oriol Servia


22-Simon Pagenaud


Row 4


67-Josef Newgarden


27-Marco Andretti


Row 5


14-Takuma Sato


25-Simona de Silvestro


Row 6


20-Ed Carpenter


54-Terry LaBonte


Row 7


66-Rusty Wallace


80-Jeff Burton


Row 8


89-Chase Elliott


23-Ty Dillon


Row 9


87-Aaron Reutzel


92-Jordan Weaver


Row 10


71-Jason Johnson


97-Joe Nemechek


Twin 15 2


Row 1


1-Will Power


9-Scott Dixon


Row 2


5-Conor Daly


15-Graham Rahal


Row 3


11-Sebastien Bourdais


26-Carlos Munoz


Row 4


10-Tony Kanaan


36-Ana Beatriz


Row 5


83-Charlie Kimball


48-Bryan Clauson


Row 6


72-Danny Lasoski


44-Bobby LaBonte


Row 7


31-Ward Burton


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr


Row 8


33-Austin Dillon


99-Alex Papini


Row 9


57-Christopher Bell


90-Kenzie Ruston


Row 10


77-Matthew Bauldwin


91-John Hunter Nemechek


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Drag Race Bowl I Summernationals 1st Round Qualifying

Pro Stock Car


11 Vincent Nobile over 6 V. Gaines


 3 Greg Anderson over 14 Matthew Hartford


10 Chris McGaha over 7 Drew Skillman


15 Deric Kramer over 2 Rodger Brogdon


5 Erica Enders-Stevens over 12 Johnny Gray


4 Larry Morgan over 13 Joey Grose


8 Allen Johnson over 9 Shane Gray


1 Jason Line over 16 Jeffrey Isbell


Pro Stock Motorcycle


11 Shawn Gann over 6 Matt Smith


 3 Eddie Krawiek over 14 Eddie Reed


10 Angie Smith over 7 Chaz Kennedy III


2 Karen Stoffer over 15 Mike Olsen


12 Jimmy Underdahl over 5 Hector Arana,Jr.


13 Mike Berry over 4 Hector Arana,Sr.


 9 Angelle Sampey over 8 Matt Hines


 16 Brian Pretzel over 1 Scotty Pollacheck


Top Fuel


6 Antron Brown over 11 Larry Dixon,Jr.


14 Steve Torrence over 3 Shawn Langdon


10 Leah Pritchett over 7 Richie Crampton


15 Steve Chrisman over 2 Dave Connolly


12 Brittany Force over 5 Spencer Massey


13 Troy Buff over 4 Tony Schumacher


9 Terry McMillen over 8 Doug Kalitta


16 JR Todd over 1 Clay Millican


Funny Car


11 Del Worsham over 6 Cruz Pedregon


14 John Hale over 3 Jack Beckman


 7 Gary Densham over 10 Tony Pedregon


2 Matt Hagan over 15 Alexis DeJoria


5 Tim Wilkerson over 12 Robert Hight


13 Tommy Johnson,Jr. over 4 John Force


8 Courtney Force over 9 Bob Bode,Jr.


16 Chad Head over 1 Ron Capp


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Stock Car Bowl 5-31-15

1 46-Michael Annett 11


2 28-Mason Mitchell 10


3 59-Trista Stevenson 7


4 3-Austin Dillon        6


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 6


6 48-Jimmie Johnson    5


7 20-Matt Kenseth       5


8 8-Chase Elliott          5


9 0-Vitor Meira             5


10 95-Michael McDowell 5


11 4-Kevin Harvick        4


12 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 4


13 22-Joey Logano          3


14 19-Carl Edwards        2


15 11-Denny Hamlin      2


16 15-Clint Bowyer       2


17 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 2


18 43-Aric Amirola         2


19 58-Johanna Long  2


20 2-Brad Keselowski 2


21 7-Alex Bowman  2


22 38-David Gilliand 1


23 34-Brett Moffitt (R) 1


24 16-Greg Biffle 1


25 10-Danica Patrick 1


26 42-Kyle Larson 1


27 26-Jeb Burton (R) 1


28 35-Cole Whitt 1


29 9-Sam Hornish,Jr. 1


30 77-Matt Hagan 1


31 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


32 02-Justin Wilson 1


33 01-Kenny Wallace 1


34 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


35 41-Kurt Busch 1


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IndyCar Bowl I Detroit 2

1 11-Sebastien Bourdais  10 15


2 14-Takuma Sato            6   6


3  15-Graham Rahal            4  18


4 19-Tristan Vautier           3   3


5 27-Marco Andretti           2  9


6 5-Conor Daly                 1 21


Indy Bowl I After 9 of 32 Wins                   -         W


1 0-Vitor Meira                           105        -         5


2 1-Will Power                              48      57        1


3 2-JP Montoya                            40      65         2


4 9-Scott Dixon                           39      66         2


5 02-Justin Wilson                       31      74         1


6 5-Conor Daly                           21      84


7 5-James Hinchcliffe                 20       85         1


8 3-Helio Castroneves                19      86 


9 15-Graham Rahal                   18      87


10 03-Oriol Servia                     16     89


11 11-Sebastien Bourdais          15     90           1


12 22-Simon Pagenaud             13     92


13 26-Carlos Munoz                 11     94            1


14 67-Josef Newgarden           10     95             1


15 10-Tony Kanaan                10     95


16 27-Marco Andretti               9    96


17 36-Ana Beatriz                   8    97


18 14-Takuma Sato                6   99


19 83-Charlie Kimball             6  99


20 7-James Jakes                  4 101


21 19-Tristan Vautier            3 102


22 25-Simona de Silvestro      3 102


23 48-Bryan Clauson              1 104


 


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Knoxville Bowl I 6-1-15

Conference 360


Driver 92-Jordan Waver


Hometown Woodward,OK


410


1 2-Danny Lasoski 20 -


2 77X-Wayne Johnson 14 6


3 3-Tim Kaeding 9 11


4 29-Kerry Madsen 6 14


5 24-Terry McCarl 5 15


6 17W-Bryan Clauson 4 16


7 18-Ian Madsen 4 16


8 56-Davey Heskin 3 17


9 82-Dusty Zomer 2 18


10 2KS-Don Droud,Jr. 1 19


11 20-AJ Moeller 1 19


12 13-Mark Dobmeier 1 19


360


1 1-Justin Henderson 42 -


2 40-Clint Garner 10 32


3 29-Russ Hall 10 32


4 3-Nate Van Haaften 9 33


5 22-Tony Shilling 5 37


6 2M-Matt Moro 4 38


7 18T-Tony Bruce,Jr.4 38


8 53-Joe Beaver 2 40


9 4-Jon Agan 2 40


10 5J-Jamie Ball 2 40


11 92-Jordan Weaver 1 41


12 9-Ryan Giles 1 41


305


1 5J-Devin Kline 20 -


2 71C-Stacey Alexander 15 5


3 55M-McKenna Haase 12 8


4 6-Mitchell Alexander 7 13


5 85-Chase Wammer 6 14


6 0-Mike Mayberry 5 15


7 35-Kevin Hetrick 5 15


8 88-J Kinder 4 16


9 56W-Chris Walraven 4 16


10 11B-Ben Woods 3 17


11 24-Kade Higday 2 18


12 15-Christian Bowman 1 19


13 7-Tanner Edwards 1 19


14 33-Trevor Smith 1 19


Knoxville Bowl I Fast 16 6-1-15


1 360 1-Justin Henderson 42 1


2 410 2-Danny Lasoski 20 2


3 305 5J-Devin Kline 20 3


4 305 71C-Stacey Alexander 15 4


5 410 77X-Wayne Johnson 14 5


6 305 55M-McKenna Haase 12 6


7 360 40-Clint Garner 10 7


8 360 29-Russ Hall 10 8


9 410 3-Tim Kaeding 9 9


10 360 3-Nate Van Haaften 9 10


11 305 6-Mitchell Alexander 7 11


12 410 29-Kerry Madsen 6 12


13 410 17W-Bryan Clauson 6 13


14 305 85-Chase Wammer 6 14


15 410 24-Terry McCarl 5 15


16 360 22-Tony Shilling 5 16


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Indy Bowl I Detroit 1

1 26-Carlos Munox  10 11


2 27-Marco Andretti  6 7


3 22-Simon Pagenaud 4 13


4 1-Will Power           3 48


5 9-Scott Dixon         2 39


6 3-Helio Castroneves 1 19


Indy Bowl I Standings After 8 of 32 Events


1 0-Vitor Meira  105  -   5


2 1-Will Power    48 57  1


3 2-JP Montoya  40 65  2


4 9-Scott Dixon  39 66  2


5 02-Justin Wilson 31 74 1


6 5-James Hinchcliffe 20 85 1


7 5-Conor Daly 20 95


8 3-Helio Castroneves 19 86


9 03-Oriol Servia  16 89


10 15-Graham Rahal 14 91


11 22-Simon Pagenaud 13 92


12 26-Carlos Munoz11 94 1


13 67-Josef Newgarden 10 95 1


14 10-Tony Kanaan 10 95


15 66-Ana Beatriz 8 97


16 27-Marco Andretti 7 98


17 83-Charlie Kimball 6 99


18 11-Sebastien Bourdais 5 100


19 7-James Jakes 4 101


20 25-Simona de Silvestro 3 102


21 88-Bryan Clauson 1 104


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2015 Week 17 Driver of the Year

1 Jay Payne NHRA 25 25


2 Cruz Pedregon NHRA 16 16


3 Tommy Grimes NHRA 14 14


4 JR Todd NHRA 12 12


5 Chase Dowling SK Modifieds 10 10


6 Del Worsham NHRA 8 8


7 Larry Morgan NHRA 6 18


8 Hannah Newhouse K and N 5 5


9 John Vickers NHRA 4 4


10 Rickie Smith NHRA 3 3


11 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 2 2


12 Mason Mitchell ARCA 1 35


Week 17 Driver of the Year


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 100 -


2 Mike Nichols IMCA 85 15


3 Nehreen Ismail WRC 67 33


2015 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


4 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 54 46


5 Mike Wallace XFinity 50 50


6 Danny Jennings ASCS 48 52


7 Jordan Weaver ASCS 47 53


8 Dennis Mwenda WRC 41 59


9 Clay Millican NHRA 41 59


10 Trey Marcham USAC 41 59


11 McKenna Haase ASCS 40 60


12 Mason Mitchell ARCA35 65


13 Chris Porter ANDRA 33 67


14 Kenzie Ruston K and N 32 68


15 Tamara Jones WRC 32 68


16 Eric McClure XFinity 31 69


17 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 31 69


18 Kenny Habul XFinity 30 70


19 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 28 72


20 Ken Block Global Rallycross 28 72


21 Johnny Herrera ASCS 28 72


22 Mike Garvey SSS 27 73


23 Jay Payne NHRA 25 75


24 Cory McClenathan NHRA25 75


25 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 25 75


26 Blake Baggett AMASX 20 80


27 Justin Barcia AMASX 20 80


28 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 20 80


29 Larry Morgan NHRA 18 82


30 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 18 82


NOT RANKED


31 Ted Christopher SK Modified 17 83


32 Danny Lasoski ASCS 17 83


33 Cruz Pedregon NHRA 16 84


34 Eddie Krawiec NHRA 16 84


35 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 16 84


36 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 16 84


37 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 16 84


38 Christopher Bell USAC 16 84


39 Carlos Contreras XFinity 16 84


40 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 84


41 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 84


42 Ty Dillon XFinity 15 85


43 Tommy Grimes NHRA 14 86


44 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 14 86


45 Cale Conley XFinity 14 86


46 Michael Courtney Southern Nat'ls Series 14 86


47 Todd Jackins Int'l Snowmobile Racing 14 86


48 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 86


49 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 86


50 Travis Cope Whelen AA 13 87


51 JR Todd NHRA 12 88


52 Scotty Pollacheck NHRA 12 88


53 Ron Hornaday,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 88


54 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 88


55 Justin Bonsignore SK Modifieds 12 88


56 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 88


57 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 88


58 Chase Dowling SK Modifieds 10 90


59 Joey Gase XFinity 10 90


60 Daniel Suarez XFinity 10 90


61 Antonio Apicella F2000 Americas 10 90


62 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 90


63 Rodney Sanders USMTS 9 91


64 Del Worsham NHRA 8 92


65 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 8 92


66 Blake Koch  XFinity 8 92


67 Alfonso Celis,Jr. LATAM Challenge Series 8 92


68 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 92


69 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 92


70 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 92


71 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 92


72 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinty 7 93


73 Elliott Sadler XFinity 6 94


74 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 6 94


75 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 6 94


76 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 94


77 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 94


78 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 94


79 Hannah Newhouse K and N 5 95


80 Tony Kanaan IndyCar 5 95


81 Allen Hopp IMCA 5 95


82 Angie Smith NHRA 5 95


83 Joey Coulter Trucks 5 95


84 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Drag Boat 5 95


85 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 95


86 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 95


87 John Vickers NHRA 4 96


88 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 4 96


89 Larry Dixon NHRA 4 96


90 Matt Smith NHRA 4 96


91 Anne Pladson USXC 4 96


92 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 4 96


93 Ho-Pin Tung Asian LeMans 4 96


94 Gianmaria Bruni European LeMans 4 96


95 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 96


96 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 96


97 Scott Pruett USCR 4 96


98 Rickie Smith NHRA 3 97


99 Chris Ennis USAC 3 97


100 Cameron Beaubier AMA Daytona SB 3 97


101 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Sprint Cup 3 97


102 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 97


103 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 97


104 Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 97


105 Carl Edwards Sprint Cup 2 98


106 Aaron Reutzel ASCS 2 98


107 Jeff Gordon Sprint Cup 2 98


108 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 98


109 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 98


110 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 98


111 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 98


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Knoxville Bowl I Fast 16 5-25-15

1 360 1-Justin Henderson 42 1


2 410 2-Danny Lasoski 20 2


3 305 5J-Devin Kline 20 3


4 305 71C-Stacey Alexander 15 4


5 410 77X-Wayne Johnson 14 5


6 305 55M-McKenna Haase 12 6


7 360 40-Clint Garner 10 7


8 360 29-Russ Hall  10 8


9 410 3-Tim Kaeding 9 9


10 360 3-Nate Van Haaften 9 10


11 305 6-Mitchell Alexander 7 11


12 410 29-Kerry Madsen 6 12


13 410 17W-Bryan Clauson 6 13


14 305 85-Chase Wammer 6 14


15 410 24-Terry McCarl 5 15


16 360 22-Tony Shilling 5 16


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Knoxville Bowl I 5-25-2015

Conference 360


Driver 9-Ryan Giles


Hometown West Des Moines,IA


410


1 2-Danny Lasoski 20  -


2 77X-Wayne Johnson 14 6


3 3-Tim Kaeding 9 11


4 29-Kerry Madsen 6 14


5 24-Terry McCarl 5 15


6 17W-Bryan Clauson 4 16


7 18-Ian Madsen 4 16


8 56-Davey Heskin 3 17


9 82-Dusty Zomer 2 18


10 2KS-Don Droud,Jr. 1 19


11 20-AJ Moeller 1 19


12 13-Mark Dobmeier 1 19


360


1 1-Justin Henderson 42  -


240-Clint Garner 10 32


3 29-Russ Hall 10 32


4 3-Nate Van Haaften 9 33


5 22-Tony Shilling 5 37


6 2M-Matt Moro 4 38


7 18T-Tony Bruce,Jr. 4 38


8 53-Joe Beaver 2 40


9 4-Joe Agan 2 40


10 5J-Jamie Ball 2 40


11 9-Ryan Giles 1 41


305


1 5J-Devin Kline 20 -


2 71C-Stacey Alexander 15 5


3 55M-McKenna Haase 12 8


4 6-Mitchell Alexander 7 13


5 85-Chase Wammer 6 14


6 0-Mike Mayberry 5 15


7 35-Kevin Hetrick 5 15


8 88-J Kinder 4 16


9 56W-Chris Walraven 4 16


10 11B-Ben Woods 3 17


11 24-Kade Higday 2 18


12 15-Christian Bowman 2 18


13 7-Tanner Edwards 1 19


14 33-Trevor Smith 1 19


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Stock Car Bowl VII After 5-24-15

1 46-Michael Annett 11


2 28-Mason Mitchell 10


3 59-Trista Stevenson 7


4 3-Austin Dillon     6


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 6


6 20-Matt Kenseth 5


7 8-Chase Elliott   5


8 0-Vitor Meira    5


9 95-Michael McDowell 5


10 4-Kevin Harvick 4


11 48-Jimmie Johnson 4


12 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 4


13 22-Joey Logano 3


14 19-Carl Edwards 2


15 11-Denny Hamlin 2


16 15-Clint Bowyer 2


17 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 2


18 43-Aric Amirola 2


19 58-Johanna Long 2


20 2-Brad Keselowski 2


21 7-Alex Bowman 2


22 38-David Gilliand 1


23 34-Brett Moffitt (R) 1


24 16-Greg Biffle 1


25 10-Danica Patrick 1


26 42-Kyle Larson 1


27 26-Jeb Burton (R) 1


28 35-Cole Whitt 1


29 9-Sam Hornish,Jr. 1


30 77-Matt Hagan 1


31 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


32 02-Justin Wilson 1


33 01-Kenny Wallace 1


34 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


35 41-Kurt Busch 1


 


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99th Indianapolis 500 Indy Bowl I Order

 1  2-JP Montoya  10 10 20 40


2 1-Will Power           6      45


3 83-Charlie Kimball  4      6


4 9-Scott Dixon        3     37


5 15-Graham Rahal   2    14


6 27-Marco Andretti    1    1


I think Hinchtown's being done for the Summer doesn't just hurt Molson Indy Toronto's Future, but, sadly, it takes Canada's Hero out of commission for the Summer or more. There is not one person,including myself, who's emotionally nerved Greg Moore has been gone forever for 16 Years, and can't Canadian Motorsports get a higher priority than what it has?


Indy Bowl I After 7 of 32 Events      


                                                  -   W


1 0-Vitor Meira            105         -    5


2 1-Will Power              45        60 1


3 2-JP Montoya            40        65 2


4 9-Scott Dixon           37        68   2


5 02-Justin Wilson       31       74   1


6 5-James Hinchcliffe  20       85  1


7 43-Conor Daly         20      85


8 3-Helio Castroneves 18     87


9 03-Oriol Servia        16    89


10 15-Graham Rahal  14     91


11 67-Josef Newgarden  10   95 1


12 10-Tony Kanaan       10   95


13 22-Simon Pagenaud    9   96


14 66-Ana Beatriz           8  97


15 83-Charlie Kimball     6   99


16 11-Sebastien Bourdais 5 100


17 7-James Jakes           4 101


18 25-Simona de Silvestro 3 102


19 27-Marco Andretti       1 104


20 26-Carlos Munoz         1 104


21 88-Bryan Clauson       1 104


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Knoxville Bowl I Fast 16 5-23-15

1 360 1-Justin Henderson 42 1


2 410 2-Danny Lasoski     20 2


3 305 5J-Jamie Balll         20 6 +3


4 305 71C-Stacey Alexander 15 7+3


5 410 77X- Wayne Johnson  14 3 -2


6 305 55M-McKenna Haase  12 4 -2


7 360 40-Clint Garner         10 14 +7


8 360 29-Russ Hall             10  5 -3


9 410 3-Tim Kaeding            9  9


10 360 3-Nate Van Haaften  9 11 +1


11305  6-Mitchell Alexander 7 8 -3


12 410 29-Kerry Madsen     6 NR


13 410 17W-Bryan Clauson  6 12 -1


14 305 85-Chase Wammer  6 10 -4


15 410 24-Terry McCarl   5 NR


16 360 22-Tony Shilling   5 NR


Dropped Out:


410 18-Ian Madsen (13)


360 18T-Tony Bruce,Jr. (15)


305 88- J Kinder (16)


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Knoxville Bowl I Standings 5-23-15

410


1 2-Danny Lasoski  20  -


2 77X-Wayne Johnson 14 6


3 3-Tim Kaeding         9 11


4 29-Kerry Madsen     6 14


5 24-Terry McCarl       5 15


6 18-Ian Madsen        4 16


7 17W-Bryan Clauson  4 16


8 56-Davey Heskin      3 17


9 82-Dusty Zomer     2 18


10 2KS-Don Droud,Jr. 1 19


11 20-AJ Moeller        1 19


12 13-Mark Dobmeier 1 19


360


1 1-Justin Henderson 42  -


2 40-Clint Garner      10 32


3 29-Russ Hall          10 32


4 3-Nate Van Haaften  9 33


5 22-Tony Shilling       5 37


6 2M-Matt Moro          4 38


7 18T-Tony Bruce,Jr.  4 38


8 53-Joe Beaver         2 40


9 4-Jon Agan             2 40


10 5J-Jamie Ball        2 40


305


1 5J-Devin Kline 20  -


2 71C-Stacey Alexander 15 5


3 55M-McKenna Haase  12 8


4 6-Mitchell Alexander 7 13


5 85-Chase Wammer 6 14


6 0-Mike Mayberry 5 15


7 35-Kevin Hetrick 5 15


8 88-J Kinder 4 16


9 56W-Chris Walraven 4 16


10 11B-Ben Woods 3 17


11 24-Kade Higday 2 18


12 15-Christian Bowman 2 18


13 7-Tanner Edwards 1 19


14 33-Trevor Smith 1 19


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5-23-15 Knoxville Bowl I Finishing Order

Of the weeks that Knoxville has run this Spring and Summer, it has been a hoot and this Holiday Weekend has been no exception as Justin Henderson has won 360 AND 410  and I would prefer this Summer the 360-410 Knoxville Nationals Sweep


410


1 1-Justin Henderson   10  10 10 20 42 360


2 29-Kerry Madsen             6            6


3 2-Danny Lasoski             4           20


4 3-Tim Kaeding               3             9


5 24-Terry McCarl             2             5


6 56-Davey Heskin           1             3


360


1 1-Justin Henderson  10 10 10 20 42 360


2 40-Clint Garner                 6       10


3 3-Nate Van Haaften           4       9


4 22-Tony Shillin                  3       5


5  4-Jon Agan                      2       2


6 2M-Matt Moro                  1       4


305


1 5J-Devin Kline                   10 20


271C-Stacey Alexander          6 15


3 0-Mike Mayberry                4 5


4 11B-Ben Woods                 3  3


5 35-Kevin Hetrick               2 5


6 55M-McKenna Haase         1 12


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Stock Car Bowl VII After Coca Cola 600

1 46-Michael Annett 11


2 28-Mason Mitchell 10


3 59-Trista Stevenson  7


4 3-Austin Dillon      6


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 6


6 20-Matt Kenseth 5


7 8-Chase Elliott   5


8 0-Vitor Meira     5


9 95-Michael McDowell 5


10 4-Kevin Harvick 4


11 48-Jimmie Johnson 4


12 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 4


13 22-Joey Logano 3


14 11-Denny Hamlin 2


15 15-Clint Bowyer 2


16 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 2


17 43-Aric Amirola 2


18 09-Johanna Long 2


19 2-Brad Keselowskl 2


20 7-Alex Bowman 2


21 38-David Gilliand 1


22 34-Brett Moffitt (R) 1


23 16-Greg Biffle 1


24 10-Danica Patrick 1


25 42-Kyle Larson 1


26 26-Jeb Burton (R) 1


27 35-Cole Whitt 1


28 9-Sam Hornish,Jr. 1


29 77-Matt Hagan 1


30 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


31 01-Kenny Wallace 1


32 19-Carl Edwards 1


33 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


34 41-Kurt Busch 1


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Off Broadway Week Indy Bowl I Guest Drivers

Editor's Note : I am bringing up these Celebrity Special Guest Drivers for Off Broadway Week because for the sake of transparency and not just another ghost race,game or match flatfooted to the middle of the internet to flex a collective disgust,agenda or animosity. There HAS to be expectations of Actual Work,not just play or a playground with a glorified detention facility.


54-Terry LaBonte


44-Bobby LaBonte


66-Rusty Wallace


31-Ward Burton


80-Jeff Burton


This is my Past Cup Champions or Stars Category, and it wouldn't always be passable to have a Old Timers Day, because there has to be a Good Citizenship Standing or Citizenship and Representation like we was in Elementary and Middle School Again.


Cup and XFinity Racers and Other Stock Car Racers


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


89-Chase Elliott


33-Austin Dillon


23-Ty Dillon


99-Alex Papini


If this was a real Open Wheel Superstar Race, or a Better All Star Race than THE All Star Race, the 99 would be thought of consious and deep thought, AND that is not just existing for America.


National Championship Drivers OK TX AR LA


87-Aaron Reutzel


57-Christopher Bell


92-Jordan Weaver


90-Kenzie Ruston


71-Jason Johnson


77-Matthew Bauldwin


As the Indy Bowl AND Stock Car Bowl Seasons Evolve, it is not everytime I'd run Celebrity Guests for the public and it can't just be a Fake Fantasy Win.


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Stock Car Bowl VII After 4 of 28 Events

                                                               -   W   P   W-L


1 46-Michael Annett                  259         -     2        7-3


2 28-Mason Mitchell                 219        40             10-2


3 59-Trista Stevenson             166       93                5-2


4 3-Austin Dillon                     132   127                 4-3


5 8-Chase Elliott                     115   144     1           5-4


6 95-Michael McDowell            115 144      1            3-3


7 0-Vitor Meira                       105 154     1        1   4-1


8 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.          86 173                   4-4


9 34-Brett Moffitt (R)                55 204   1              0-0


10 20-Matt Kenseth                 54 205                  2-3


11 7-Alex Bowman                  50 209  1      1      1-3


12 43-Aric Amirola                  50 209                  1-2


13 09-Johanna Long                49 210 1              1-1


14 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.             46  213                 0-0


15 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.         45 214 1                 0-1


16 38-David Gilliand             42 217 1                 0-0


17 01-Kenny Wallace           40 219  1                 0-0


18 77-Matt Hagan               37 222 1      1         0-0


19 02-Justin Wilson             30 229 1                0-0


20 55-David Ragan             29 230                  0-0


21 13-Casey Mears            28 231                   0-0


22 26-Jeb Burton (R)         28 231                  0-0


23 91-Shannon McIntosh  26 233                   0-0


24 93-Kyle Grissom          24 235                   0-0


25 83-Matt DiBenedetto (R) 23 236                0-0


26 02-Reed Sorenson       23 236                   0-0


27 21-Ryan Blaney (R)    22 237                    1-1


28 15-Clint Bowyer         22 237                    1-1


29 61-Ryan Truex          22 237                     0-0


30 50-Chris Buescher    21 238                       0-0


31 66-Ana Beatriz           20 239                     0-0


32 4-Kevin Harvick          20 239                    1-3


33 75-David Mayhew       20 239                    0-0


34 06-Tanner Berryhill    20 239                     0-0


35 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 20 239                    1-2


36 2-Brad Keselowski      20 239                    1-2


37 35-Cole Whitt             19 240                   0-0


38 77-Matt Bowling         18 241                  0-0


39 40-Landon Cassill        17 242                0-0


40 82-Ward Burton          17 242                0-0


41 64-Tim Brown            16 243                0-0


42 76-Jeffrey Earnhardt   16 243              0-0


43 03-Oriol Servia          16 243              0-0


44 23-Matt Crafton         14 245             0-1


45 49-Bubba Pollard       14 245             0-0


46 92-Brian Scott           14 245            0-0


47 03-Jay Beasley         14 245             0-0


48 12-Will Power           14 245            0-1


49 16-Greg Biffle          12 247            0-0


50 32-Bobby LaBonte   12 247            0-0


51 1-Jamie McMurray  11 248            0-0


52 87-Joe Nemechek   11 248           0-0


53 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski 11 248   0-0


54 5-Kasey Kahne         10 249        0-0


55 6-Trevor Bayne          8 251        0-0


56 33-Ty Dillon              8 251         0-0


57 04-Chris Cockrum      8 251        0-0


58 71-Carl Renezeder    8 251        0-0


59 83-Johnny Sauter     8 251        0-0


60 29-Paulie Harraka    7 252        0-0


61 00-David Reutimann 6 253       0-0


62 39-Ryan Sieg            6 253      0-0


63 62-Brendan Gaughn  6 253       0-0


64 37-Jordan Anderson  6 253       0-0


65 42-Kyle Larson         4 255       0-1


66 66-Mike Wallace      4 255        0-0


67 50-Ray Black,Jr.      3 256        0-0


68 31-Ryan Newman    3 256        0-0


69 24-Jeff Gordon       3 256          0-1


70 48-Jimmie Johnson  2 257        0-3


71 51-Justin Allgaier      1 258       0-0


72 65-German Quiroga  1 258       0-0


73 22-Joey Logano        0 259      0-2


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IndyCar Bowl I After Coca Cola 600

                                                                       -      W


1 0-Vitor Meira                                  105         -      5


2 1-Will Power                                    39        66     1


3 9-Scott Dixon                                  34       71       2


4 25-Justin Wilson                               31     74       1


5 2-JP Montoya                                  20     85        1


6 5-James Hinchcliffe                         20     85        1


7 66-Ana Beatriz                                20   85


8 43-Conor Daly                               20   85


9 3-Helio Castorneves                      18    87


10 03-Oriol Servia                          16    89


11 15-Graham Rahal                      12    93


12 21-Josef Newgarden                  10  95        1


13 10-Tony Kanaan                       10   95


14 22-Simon Pagenaud                     9  96


15 11-Sebastien Bourdais                 5 100


16 7-James Jakes                            4 101


17 25-Simona de Silvestro               3 102


18 83-Charlie Kimball                      2 103


19 26-Carlos Munoz                        1 104


20 88-Bryan Clauson                      1 104


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Coca Cola 600 Stock Car Bowl VII Finishing Order

1 (16) 38-David Gilliand 25     42


2 (14) 55-David Ragan      16 29


3 (15) 50-Chris Buescher  14 21


4 (11) 66-Ana Beatriz       12 20 20


5 (10) 13-Casey Mears     10 28


6 (12) 64-Tim Brown         8 16


7 (7) 83-Matt DiBenedetto (R) 6 23


8 (9) 77-Matt Bowling    5 18


9 (8) 93-Kyle Grissom   4 24


10 (3) 35-Cole Whitt    3 19


11 (1) 34-Brett Moffitt (R) 2 55


12 (43) 65-German Quiroga 1 1


13 (41) 52-Mike Stefanik


14 (42) 82-Ward Burton


15 (40) 36-Rusty Wallace


16 (39) 99-Alex Papini


17 (37) 22-Joey Logano


18 (36) 08-Christopher Bell


19 (38) 04-Chris Cockrum


20 (35) 75-David Mayhew


21 (34) 02-Reed Sorenson


22 (33) 92-Brian Scott


23 (30) 60-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


24 (29) 61-Ryan Truex


25 (32) 96-Todd Peck


26 (31) 29-Paulie Harraka


27 (26) 85-Travis Eddy


28 (25) 37-Jordan Anderson


29 (23) 1-Jamie McMurray


30 (21) 62-Brendan Gaughn


31 (20) 31-Ryan Newman


32 (19) 40-Landon Cassill


33 (17) 39-Ryan Sieg


34 (6) 49-Bubba Pollard 319 Engine


35 (28) 84-Terry Senneker 175 Crash


36 (27) 63-Corey LaJoie 175 Crash


37 (4) 76-Jeffrey Earnhardt 132 Transmission


38 (24) 27-Paul Menard 111 Crash


39 (5) 23-Matt Crafton 60 Engine


40 (18) 6-Trevor Bayne 50 Crash


41 (22) 33-Ty Dillon 50 Crash


42 (2) 46-Michael Annett 30 Engine


43 (13)00-David Reutimann 18 Engine


Lap Leaders


Moffitt 1-3


Annett 4-9


Whitt 10-15


Earnhardt 16-23


Crafton 24


Pollard 25-31


DiBenedetto 32-44


Grissom 45-53


Bowling 54-62


Mears 63-70


Beatriz 71-78


Brown 79-84


Ragan 85-92


Buescher 93-108


Gilliand 109-113


Sieg 114-119


Cassill 120-123


Newman 124


Gaughn 125-130


McMurray 131-144


Anderson 145-155


Eddy 156-160


LaJoie 161-166


Senneker 167-175


Truex 176-183


Wallace,Jr. 184-190


Harraka 191-196


Peck 197-201


Scott 202


Sorenson 203-209


Mayhew 210


Bell 211-219


Logano 220


Cockrum 221-230


R. Wallace 231-243


Papini 244-255


Stefanik 256-261


W. Burton 262-272


Quiroga 273-281


Moffitt 282-290


Whitt 291-303


Pollard 304-319


DiBenedetto 320-327


Grissom 328-340


Bowling 341-348


Mears 349-360


Beatriz 361-373


Brown 374-380


Ragan 381-388


Buescher 389-393


Gilliand 394-400


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Coca Cola 600 Starting Lineup

Editor's Note: I am not happy my Internet made a What-A-Mess over my earlier Coke 600 Starting Lineup, here it goes again, but not again and again.


Row 1


34-Brett Moffitt (R)


46-Michael Annett


Row 2


35-Cole Whitt


76-Jeffrey Earnhardt


Row 3


23-Matt Crafton


49-Bubba Pollard


Row 4


83-Matt DiBenedetto (R)


93-Kyle Grissom


Row 5


77-Matt Bowling


13-Casey Mears


Row 6


66-Ana Beatriz


64-Tim Brown


Row 7


00-David Reutimann


55-David Ragan


Row 8


50-Chris Buescher


38-David Gilliand


Row 9


39-Ryan Sieg


 6-Trevor Bayne


Row 10


40-Landon Cassill


31-Ryan Newman


Row 11


62-Brendan Gaughn


33-Ty Dillon


Row 12


1-Jamie McMurray


27-Paul Menard


Row 13


37-Jordan Anderson


85-Travis Eddy


Row 14


63-Corey LaJoie


84-Terry Senneker


Row 15


61-Ryan Truex


60-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


Row 16


29-Paulie Harraka


96-Todd Peck


Row 17


92-Brian Scott


02-Reed Sorenson


Row 18


75-David Mayhew


08-Christopher Bell


Row 19


22-Joey Logano


04-Chris Cockrum


Row 20


99-Alex Papini


36-Rusty Wallace


Row 21


52-Mike Stefanik


82- Ward Burton


Row 22


65-German Quiroga


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Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board After The Twin 300s

1 46-Michael Annett 11


2 28-Mason Mitchell 10


3 59-Trista Stevenson 7


4 3-Austin Dillon       6


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 6


6 20-Matt Kenseth  5


7 8-Chase Elliott   5


8 0-Vitor Meira    5


9 95-Michael McDowell 5


10 4-Kevin Harvick 4


11 48-Jimmie Johnson 4


12 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 4


13 22-Joey Logano 3


14 11-Denny Hamlin 2


15 15-Clint Bowyer 2


16 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 2


17 43-Aric Amirola 2


18 09-Johanna Long 2


19 2-Brad Keselowski 2


20 7-Alex Bowman 2


21 34-Brett Moffitt (R) 1


22 16-Greg Biffle 1


23 10-Danica Patrick 1


24 42-Kyle Larson 1


25 26-Jeb Burton (R) 1


26 35-Cole Whitt 1


27 9-Sam Hornish,Jr. 1


28 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


29 77-Matt Hagan 1


30 02-Justin Wilson 1


31 01-Kenny Wallace 1


32 19-Carl Edwards 1


33 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


34 41-Kurt Busch 1


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Stock Car Bowl VII After The Charlotte Twin 300s

                                                          -         W    P   W-L


1 46-Michael Annett                259        -         2          7-3


2 28-Mason Mitchell                219       40                  10-2


3 59-Trista Stevenson             166      93                    5-2


4 3-Austin Dillon                    132     127                    4-3


5 8-Chase Elliott                    115     144     1            5-4


6 95-Michael McDowell           115    144   1              3-3


7 0-Vitor Meira                      105     154 1              4-1


8 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.          86    173                 4-4


9 20-Matt Kenseth                   54    205                 2-3


10 34-Brett Moffitt (R)            53   206   1              0-0


11 7-Alex Bowman                50    209   1      1     1-3


12 43-Aric Amirola                50    209                 1-2


13 09-Johanna Long             49    210  1             1-1


14 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.           46    213                  0-0


15 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.       45    214 1                0-1


16 01-Kenny Wallace          40     219 1               0-0


17 77-Matt Hagan              37     222 1       1      0-0


18 02-Justin Wilson            30    229 1               0-0


19 26-Jeb Burton (R)         28    231                   0-0


20 91-Shannon McIntosh   26   233                    0-0


21 02-Reed Sorenson        23  236                     0-0


22 21-Ryan Blaney (R)      22 237                      1-1


23 15-Clint Bowyer           22 237                      1-1


24 61-Ryan Truex             22 237                      0-0


25 93-Kyle Grisson           20 239                     0-0


26 4-Kevin Harvick           20 239                     1-3


27 75-David Mayhew        20 239                    0-0


28 06-Tanner Berryhill      20 239                   0-0


29 2-Brad Keselowski       20 239                  1-2


30 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 20 239                   1-2


31 13-Casey Mears          18 241                 0-0


32 83-Matt DiBenedetto (R) 17 242             0-0


33 40-Landon Cassill         17 242              0-0


34 38-David Gilliand         17 242              0-0


35 82-Ward Burton          17 242              0-0


36 35-Cole Whitt            16 243               0-0


37 76-Jeffrey Earnhardt  16 243               0-0


38 03-Oriol Servia          16 243               0-0


39 23-Matt Crafton         14 245               0-1


40 49-Bubba Pollard       14 245               0-0


41 92-Brian Scott            14 245             0-0


42 03-Jay Beasley         14  245             0-0


43 12-Will Power            14 245             0-1


44 77-Matt Bowling        13 246             0-0


45 55-David Ragan        13 246             0-0


46 16-Greg Biffle          12 247             0-0


47 32-Bobby LaBonte  12  247            0-0


48 1-Jamie McMurray  11 248            0-0


49 87-Joe Nemechek   11 248           0-0


50 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski 11 248    0-0


51 5-Kasey Kahne         10 249         0-0


52 66-Ana Beatriz           8 251       0-0


53 64-Tim Brown           8 251       0-0


54 6-Trevor Bayne         8 251        0-0


55 33-Ty Dillon             8 251        0-0


56 04-Chris Cockrum  8  251         0-0


57 71-Carl Renezeder  8 251         0-0


58 83-Johnny Sauter   8 251         0-0


59 50-Chris Buescher  7 252         0-0


60 29-Paulie Harraka   7 252        0-0


61 00-David Reutimann 6 253      0-0


62 39-Ryan Sieg           6 253      0-0


63 62-Brendan Gaughn 6 253       0-0


64 37-Jordan Anderson 6 253       0-0


65 42-Kyle Larson        4 255      0-0


66 66-Mike Wallace      4 255      0-0


67 50-Ray Black,Jr.      3 256       0-0


68 31-Ryan Newman    3 256      0-0


69 24-Jeff Gordon        3 256      0-0


70 48-Jimmie Johnson 2 257      0-3


71 51-Justin Allgaier   1 258        0-0


72 22-Joey Logano    0 259       0-2


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Indy Bowl I After Charlotte Twin 300s

                                                          -          W


1  0-Vitor Meira                 105            -           5


2 1-Will Power                    39          66           1


3 9-Scott Dixon                  34          71           2


4 25-Justin Wilson              31          74           1


5 2-JP Montoya                  20          85           1


6 5-James Hinchcliffe         20         85            1


7 43-Conor Daly                20         85  


8 3-Helio Castroneves       18         87


9 03-Oriol Servia              16       89


10 15-Graham Rahal        12       93


11 21-Josef Newgarden    10       95            1


12 10-Tony Kanaan         10       95


13 22-Simon Pagenaud      9      96


14 66-Ana Beatriz             8      97


15 11-Sebastien Bourdais  5     100


16 7-James Jakes             4     101


17 25-Simona de Silvestro 3    102


18 83-Charlie  Kimball      2      103


19 26-Carlos Munoz         1     104


20 88-Bryan Clauson       1     104


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Charlotte Twin 300s Race #2 Order

1(1) 46-Michael Annett 25 10 10 45 2nd 259


2 (43) 76-Jeffrey Earnhardt   16 4th 16


3 (41) 49-Bubba Pollard        14 6th 14


4 (39) 93-Kyle Grissom        12 8th 20


5 (36) 13-Casey Mears         10 10th 10


6 (40) 64-Tim Brown             8 12th 8


7 (37) 55-David Ragan          6 14th 13


8 (38) 38-David Gilliand        5 16th 17


9 (35) 6-Trevor Bayne          4 18th  8


10 (33) 31-Ryan Newman    3 20th 3


11 (34) 33-Ty Dillon            2 22nd 8


12 (32) 27-Paul Menard      1 24th 1


13 (30) 85-Travis Eddy          26th


14 (31) 84-Terry Senneker    28th


15 (28) 60-Darrell Wallace,Jr.  30th


16 (29) 96-Todd Peck             32nd


17 (27) 02-Reed Sorenson      34th


18 (26) 08-Christopher Bell    36th


19 (25) 04-Chris Cockrum      38th


20 (20) 36-Rusty Wallace      40th


21 (22) 82-Ward Burton       42nd


DID NOT QUALIFY


22 (19) 07-Kenzie Ruston


23 (21) 68-Jeff Burton


24(18) 03-Jay Beasley


25 (16) 72-Parker Kligerman


26 (15) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)


27 (14) 01-Kenny Wallace


28 (12) 26-Jeb Burton (R)


29 (13) 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.


30 (9) 09-Johanna Long


31 (10) 7-Alex Bowman


32 (7) 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


33 (8) 43-Aric Amirola


34 (2) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


35 (6) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


36 (4) 74-Nicole Lyons 110 Crash


37 (23) 12-Tyler Reddick 110 Crash


38 (3) 20-Matt Kenseth 41 Engine


39 (11) 10-Danica Patrick 16 Crash


40 (17) 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski 16 Crash


41 (4) 4-Kevin Harvick 11 Crash


42 (5) 95-Michael McDowell 11 Crash


43 (42) 18-Kyle Busch 3 Engine


Lap Leaders


Annett 1-4


Earnhardt,Jr. 5-9


Kenseth 10-12


Stenhouse,Jr. 13-19


Hornaday,Jr. 20-26


Amirola 27-33


Long 34-38


Bowman 39-44


Jeb Burton 45-52


Hornish,Jr. 53-63


K. Wallace 64


Blaney 65-68


Kligermann 69-75


Beasley 76-80


Ruston 81-86


R.Wallace 87-91


J. Burton 92-93


W.Burton 94-102


Reddick 103-105


Lyons 106-110


Cockrum 111


Bell 112-119


Sorenson 120-126


Wallace,Jr. 127-139


Peck 140-141


Eddy 142


Senneker 143


Menard 144


Newman 145


T. Dillon 146-149


Bayne 150-156


Mears 157-166


Ragan 167-172


Gilliand 173-176


Grisson 177-181


Brown 182-186


Pollard 187-193


Earnhardt 194


Annett 195-200


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Charlotte Twin 300s Finishing Order Race #1

1 (17) 34-Brett Moffitt  25                      1st 53


2 (13) 35-Cole Whitt              16            3rd 16


3 (32) 23-Matt Crafton          14            5th 14


4 (27) 83-Matt DiBenedetto (R) 12         7th 17


5 (29) 77-Matt Bowling           10          9th 13


6 (38) 66-Ana Beatriz               8        11th 8   8


7 (39) 00-David Reutimann       6       13th 6


8 (41) 50-Chris Buescher         5       15th  7


9 (33) 39-Ryan Sieg               4      17th 6


10 (21) 40-Landon Cassill      3       19th 17


11 (28) 62-Brendan Gaughn 2         21st 6


12 (40) 1-Jamie McMurray   1         23rd 11


13 (26) 37-Jordan Anderson             25th


14 (24) 63-Corey LaJoie                  27th


15 (18) 61-Ryan Truex                   29th


16 (25) 29-Paulie Harraka              31st


17 (20) 92-Brian Scott                  33rd


18 (7) 22-Joey Logano                 35th


19 (43) 75-David Mayhew 191 Crash 37th


20 (42) 52-Mike Stefanik 191 Crash 39th


21 (34) 99-Alex Papini    162 Crash 41st


22 (37) 65-German Quiroga 162 Crash 43rd


DID NOT QUALIFY


23 (35) 32-Joey Gase 160 Crash


24 (19) 06-Tanner Berryhill 149 Engine


25 (11) 16-Greg Biffle 123 Engine


26 (3) 3-Austin Dillon 109 Engine


27 (4) 8-Chase Elliott   97 Crash


28 (2) 59-Trista Stevenson 97 Engine


29 (1) 28-Mason Mitchell 43 Transmission


30 (8)15-Clint Bowyer   36 Crash


31 (5) 0-Vitor Meira      36 Crash


32 (6) 48-Jimmie Johnson 21 Crash


33 (7) 22-Joey Logano      21 Crash


34 (15) 19-Carl Edwards    15 Engine


35 (22) 87-Joe Nemechek 15 Crash


36 (23) 5-Kasey Kahne    10 Crash


37 (31) 14-Tony Stewart 10 Crash


38 (36) 47-AJ Allemindinger 10 Crash


39 (9) 11-Denny Hamlin 2 Crash


40 (10) 2-Brad Keselowski 2 Crash


41 (12) 42-Kyle Larson 2 Crash


42 (14) 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 2 Crash


43 (16) 41-Kurt Busch 2 Crash


Lap Leaders


Mitchell 1-4


Stevenson 5-12


A.Dillon 13-17


Elliott 18-23


Meira 24-31


Bowyer 32-36


Biffle 37


Whitt 38-47


Moffitt 48-61


Truex 62-67


Berryhill 68-73


Scott 74-80


Cassill 81-86


LaJoie 87-94


Harraka 95-103


Anderson 104-112


DiBenedetto 113-119


Gaughn 120-126


Bowling 127-139


Sieg 140-145


Papini 146-156


Gase 157-160


Papini 161-162


Beatriz 163-169


Reutimann 170-173


McMurray 174


Buescher 175-179


Stefanik 180-186


Mayhew 187-191


Whitt 192-197


Moffitt 198-200


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Charlotte Twin 300s Race #2 Starting Lineup

Row 1


46-Michael Annett


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 2


20-Matt Kenseth


 4-Kevin Harvick


Row 3


95-Michael McDowell


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 4


30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


43-Aric Amirola


Row 5


09-Johanna Long


 7-Alex Bowman


Row 6


10-Danica Patrick


26-Jeb Burton (R)


Row 7


9-Sam Hornish,Jr.


01-Kenny Wallace


Row 8


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


72-Parker Kligerman


Row 9


05-Dylan Kwasinieswski


03-Jay Beasley


Row 10


07-Kenzie Ruston


36-Rusty Wallace


Row 11


68-Jeff Burton


82-Ward Burton


Row 12


12-Tyler Reddick


74-Nicole Lyons


Row 13


04-Chris Cockrum


08-Christopher Bell


Row 14


02-Reed Sorenson


60-Darrell Wallace,Jr.


Row 15


96-Todd Peck


85-Travis Eddy


Row 16


84-Terry Senneker


27-Paul Menard


Row 17


31-Ryan Newman


33-Ty Dillon


Row 18


 6-Trevor Bayne


13-Casey Mears


Row 19


55-David Ragan


38-David Gilliand


Row 20


93-Kyle Grissom


64-Tim Brown


Row 21


49-Bubba Pollard


18-Kyle Busch


Row 22


76-Jeffrey Earnhardt


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Charlotte Twin 300s Race #1 Starting Lineup

Row 1


28-Mason Mitchell


59-Trista Stevenson


Row 2


3-Austin Dillon


8-Chase Elliott


Row 3


0-Vitor Meira


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 4


22-Joey Logano


15-Clint Bowyer


Row 5


11-Denny Hamlin


2-Brad Keselowski


Row 6


16-Greg Biffle


42-Kyle Larson


Row 7


35-Cole Whitt


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


Row 8


19-Carl Edwards


41-Kurt Busch


Row 9


34-Brett Moffitt (R)


61-Ryan Truex


Row 10


06-Tanner Berryhill


92-Brian Scott


Row 11


40-Landon Cassill


87-Joe Nemechek


Row 12


5-Kasey Kahne


63-Corey LaJoie


Row 13


29-Paulie Harraka


37-Jordan Anderson


Row 14


83-Matt DiBenedetto (R)


62-Brendan Gaughn


Row 15


77-Matt Bowling


39-Ryan Sieg


Row 16


14-Tony Stewart


23-Matt Crafton


Row 17


39-Ryan Sieg


99-Alex Papini


Row 18


32-Joey Gase


47-AJ Allemindinger


Row 19


65-German Quiroga


66-Ana Beatriz


Row 20


00-David Reutimann


1-Jamie McMurray


Row 21


50-Chris Buescher


52-Mike Stefanik


Row 22


75-David Mayhew


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Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board After Charlotte Pit Crew Competition

1 28-Mason Mitchell  10


2 46-Michael Annett 10


3 59-Trista Stevenson 7


4 3-Austin Dillon      6


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 5


6 20-Matt Kenseth 5


7 8-Chase Elliott 5


8 0-Vitor Meira 5


9 95-Michael McDowell 5


10 4-Kevin Harvick 4


11 48-Jimmie Johnson 4


12 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 4


13 22-Joey Logano 3


14 11-Denny Hamlin 2


15 15-Clint Bowyer 2


16 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 2


17 43-Aric Amirola 2


18 09-Johanna Long 2


19 2-Brad Keselowski 2


20 7-Alex Bowman 2


21 16-Greg Biffle 1


22 10-Danica Patrick 1


23 42-Kyle Larson 1


24 26-Jeb Burton (R) 1


25 35-Cole Whitt 1


26 9-Sam Hornish,Jr. 1


27 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


28 77-Matt Hagan 1


29 01-Kenny Wallace 1


30 02-Justin Wilson 1


3119-Carl Edwards 1


32 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


33 41-Kurt Busch 1


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Stock Car Bowl VII After Charlotte Pit Crew Competition

                                                            -          W    P    W-L


1 28-Mason Mitchell                 219         -                       10-2


2 46-Michael Annett                214         5         1              7-3


3 59-Trista Stevenson             166       53                         5-2


4 3-Austin Dillon                     132       87                        4-3


5 8-Chase Elliott                    115      104         1             5-4


6 95-Michael McDowell           115      104         1            3-3


7 0-Vitor Meira                      105      114         1            4-1


8 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.          86      133                       4-4


9 20-Matt Kenseth                   54       165                       2-3


10 7-Alex Bowman                  50        169 1         1        1-3


11 43-Aric Amirola                   50       169                     1-2


12 09-Johanna Long                49        170  1                 1-1


13 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.                46       173                     0-0


14 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.            45        174 1                   0-1


15 01-Kenny Wallace                40        179 1                  0-0


16 77-Matt Hagan                     37       182 1        1         0-0


17 02-Justin Wilson                 30         189 1      1           0-0


18 26-Jeb Burton (R)               28         191                    0-0


19 34-Brett Moffitt (R)            28          191                    0-0


20 91-Shannon McIntosh        26          193                     0-0


21 08-Reed Sorenson             23          196                     0-0


22 21-Ryan Blaney (R)           22           197                    1-1


23 15-Clint Bowyer                22            197                    1-1


24 61-Ryan Truex                 22             197                    0-0


25 4-Kevin Harvick               20              199                    1-3


26 75-David Mayhew            20              199                    0-0


27 08-Tanner Berryhill          20              199                    0-0


28 2-Brad Keselowski            20             199                    1-2


29 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.       20              199                    1-2


30 82-Ward Burton               17             202                     0-0


31 03-Oriol Servia                16              203                    0-0


32 33-Brian Scott                 14              205                    0-0


33 36-Jay Beasley                14              205                     0-0


34 12-Will Power                  14              205                     0-1


35 40-Landon Cassill            14              205                      0-0


36 16-Greg Biffle                 12              207                      0-0


37 38-David Gilliand            12              207                      0-0


38 32-Bobby LaBonte           12             207                      0-0


39 87-Joe Nemechek            11             208                      0-0


40 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski   11            208                        0-0


41 5-Kasey Kahne                10            209                         0-0


42 1-Jamie McMurray           10             209                        0-0


43 04-Chris Cockrum             8             211                        0-0


44 63-Kyle Grissom               8             211                        0-0


45 71-Carl Renezeder            8             211                       0-0


46 83-Johnny Sauter             8             211                       0-0


47 13-Casey Mears                8            211                        0-0


48 29-Paulie Harraka             7            212                        0-0


49 55-David Ragan               7            212                        0-0


50 37-Jordan Anderson         6            213                        0-0


51 33-Ty Dillon                    6             213                       0-0


52 83-Matt DiBenedetto (R)  5             214                       0-0


53 42-Kyle Larson               4             215                        0-0


54 62-Brendan Gaughn        4            215                          0-0


55 6-Trevor Bayne              4            215                          0-0


56 66-Mike Wallace            4             215                          0-0


57 77-Matt Bowling           3              216                          0-0


58 50-Ray Black,Jr.           3              216                          0-0


59 24-Jeff Gordon             3              216                          0-0


60 39-Ryan Sieg               2              217                           0-0


61 48-Jimmie Johnson       2             217                           0-3


62 51-Justin Allgaier          1            218                            0-0


63 19-Carl Edwards           1            218                             0-1


64 22-Joey Logano            0           219                              0-2


65 11-Denny Hamlin         0          219                               0-1


66 99-Matt Crafton           0         219                                 0-1


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Charlotte Pit Crew Competition

 6 59-Trista Stevenson over 11 22-Joey Logano


 3 3-Austin Dillon over 14 15-Clint Bowyer


 10 8-Chase Elliott over 7 48-Jimmie Johnson


 2 28-Mason Mitchell over 15 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


 12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. over 5 95-Michael McDowell


 13 4-Kevin Harvick over 4 0-Vitor Meiral


 9 20-Matt Kenseth over 8 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


 1 46-Michael Annett over 16 43-Aric Amirola


 6 59-Trista Stevenson over 3 3-Austin Dillon


 2 28-Mason Mitchell over 10 8-Chase Elliott


 12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. over 13 4-Kevin Harvick


 1 46-Michael Annett over 9 20-Matt Kenseth


2 28-Mason Mitchell over 6 59-Trista Stevenson


 1 46-Michael Annett over 12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


2 28-Mason Mitchell over 1 46-Michael Annett


Standing Board


28-Mason Mitchell 80 4-0 219 10-2


46-Michael Annett 60 3-1 214 7-3


59-Trista Stevenson 40 2-1 166 7-3


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 40 2-1 60 3-3


3-Austin Dillon    20 1-1 132 5-3


20-Matt Kenseth 20 1-1 54 2-3


8-Chase Elliott 20 1-1 115 5-4


4-Kevin Harvick 20 1-1 20 1-3


0-Vitor Meira 0 0-1 105 4-1


95-Michael McDowell 0 0-1 115 3-3


48-Jimmie Johnson 0 0-1 2 0-3


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 0 0-1 86 4-4


22-Joey Logano 0 0-1 0 0-3


15-Clint Bowyer 0 0-1 22 1-2


30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.  0 0-1 45 0-1


43-Aric Amirola 0 0-1 50 1-2


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2015 Week 16 Driver of the Year

1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 25 100


2 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 16 28


3 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 14 24


4 Blake Baggett AMASX 12 20


5 Ken Block Global Rallycross 10 28


6 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 8 26


7 Clay Millican NHRA 6 41


8 Ty Dillon XFinity 5 15


9 Trey Marcham USAC 4 41


10 Johnny Herrera ASCS 3 28


11 Eddie Krawiec NHRA 2 16


12 McKenna Haase ASCS 1 40


2015 Week 16 Driver of the Year


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 100   -


2 Mike Nichols IMCA 85 15


3 Nehreen Ismail WRC 67 33


2015 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


4 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 54 46


5 Mike Wallace XFinity 50 50


6 Danny Jennings ASCS 48 52


7 Jordan Weaver ASCS 47 53


8 Dennis Mwenda WRC 41 59


9 Clay Millican NHRA 41 59


10 Trey Marcham USAC 41 59


11 McKenna Haase ASCS 40 60


12 Mason Mitchell ARCA 34 66


13 Chris Porter ANDRA 33 67


14 Kenzie Ruston K and N 32 68


15 Tamara Jones WRC 32 68


16 Eric McClure XFinity 31 69


17 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 31 69


18 Kenny Habul XFinity 30 70


19 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 28 72


20 Ken Block Global Rallycross 28 72


21 Johnny Herrera ASCS 28 72


22 Mike Garvey SSS 27 73


23 Cory McClenathan NHRA 25 75


24 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 24 76


25 Blake Baggett AMASX 20 80


26 Justin Barcia AMASX 20 80


27 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 20 80


28 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 18 82


29 Ted Christopher SK Modifieds 17 83


30 Danny Lasoski ASCS 17 83


NOT RANKED


31 Eddie Krawiec NHRA 16 84


32 Tim Brown Whelen So Mods 16 84


33 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 16 84


34 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 16 84


35 Christopher Bell USAC 16 84


36 Carlos Contreras XFintiy 16 84


37 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 84


38 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 84


39 Ty Dillon XFinity 15 85


40 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 14 86


41 Cale Conley XFinity 14 86


42 Michael Courtney Southern Nat'ls Series 14 86


43 Todd Jackins Int'l Snowmobile Racing 14 86


44 Josef Newgarden Indy Car 14 86


45 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 86


46 Travis Cope Whelen AA 13 87


47 Larry Morgan NHRA 12 88


48 Scotty Pollacheck NHRA 12 88


49 Ron Hornaday,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 88


50 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 88


51 Justin Bonsignore SK Modifieds 12 88


52 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 88


53 Joey Gase XFinity 10 90


54 Daniel Suarez XFinity 10 90


55 Antonio Apicella F2000 Americas 10 90


56 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 90


57 Rodney Sanders USMTS 9 91


58 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 8 92


59 Blake Koch XFinity 8 92


60 Alfonso Celis,Jr. LATAM Challenge Series 8 92


61 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 92


62 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 92


63 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 92


64 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 92


65 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 93


66 Elliott Sadler XFinity 6 94


67 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 6 94


68 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 6 94


69 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 94


70 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 94


71 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 94


72 Tony Kanaan IndyCar 5 95


73 Allen Hopp IMCA 5 95


74 Angie Smith NHRA 5 95


75 Joey Coulter Trucks 5 95


76 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Drag Boat 5 95


77 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 95


78 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 95


79 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 4 96


80 Larry Dixon NHRA 4 96


81 Matt Smith NHRA 4 96


82 Anne Pladson USXC 4 96


83 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 4 96


84 Ho-Pin Tung Asian LeMans 4 96


85 Gianmaria Bruni European LeMans 4 96


86 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 96


87 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 96


88 Scott Pruett USCR 4 96


89 Chris Ennis USAC 3 97


90 Cameron Beaubier AMA Daytona SB 3 97


91 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 3 97


92 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 97


93 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 97


94  Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 97


95 Carl Edwards Sprint Cup 2 98


96 Jeff Gordon Sprint Cup 2 98


97 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 98


98 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 98


99 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 98


100 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 98


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Knoxville Bowl I Fast 16 5-19-15

1 360 1-Justin Henderson 22 1


2 410 2-Danny Lasoski   16 2


3 410 77X-Wayne Johnson 14 3


4 305 55M-McKenna Haase 11 4


5 360 29-Russ Hall          10 5


6 305 5J-Devin Kline 10 6


7 305 71C-Stacey Alexander 9 7


8 305- 6-Mitchell Alexander 7 8


9 410 3-Tim Kaeding 6 9


10 305 85-Chase Wammer 6 10


11 360 3-Nate Van Haaften 5 11


12 410 17W-Bryan Clauson 4 NR


13 410 18-Ian Madsen 4 12 -1


14 360 40-Clint Garner 4 13 -1


15 360 18T-Tony Bruce,Jr. 4 14 -1


16 305 88-J Kinder 4 15 -1


Dropped Out: 24 Terry McCarl 16


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Knoxville Bowl I 5-18-2015

Conference 305


Driver 0-Mike Mayberry


Hometown Fremont,IA


410


1 2-Danny Lasoski 16 -


2 77X-Wayne Johnson 14 2


3 3-Tim Kaeding 6 10


4 17W-Bryan Clauson 4 12


5 18-Ian Madsen 4 12


6 24-Terry McCarl  3 13


7 56-Davey Heskin 2 14


8 82-Dusty Zomer 2 14


9 2KS-Don Droud,Jr. 1 15


10 20-AJ Moeller 1 15


11 13-Mark Dobmeier 1 15


360


1 1-Justin Henderson 22 -


2 29-Russ Hall 10 12


3 3-Nate Van Haaften 5 17


4 40-Clint Garner 4 18


5 18T-Tony Bruce,Jr. 4 18


6 2M-Matt Moro 3 19


7 22-Tony Shilling 2 20


8 53-Joe Beaver 2 20


9 5J-Jamie Ball 2 20


305


1 55M-McKenna Haase 11 -


2 5J-Devin Kline 10 1


3 71C-Stacey Alexander 9 2


4 6-Mitchell Alexander 7 4


5 85-Chase Wammer 6 5


6 88-J Kinder 4 7


7 56W-Chris Walraven 4 7


8 35-Kevin Hetrick 3 8


9 24-Kade Higday 2 9


10 15-Christian Bowman 2 9


11 0-Mike Mayberry 1 10


12 7-Tanner Edwards 1 10


13 33-Trevor Smith 1 10


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Indy Qualifying Day 5-17-2015

1 9-Scott Dixon 10 34


2 1-Will Power 6 39


3 22-Simon Pagenaud 4 9


4 10-Tony Kanaan 3 10


5 3-Helio Castroneves 2 18


6 25-Justin Wilson 1 31


33rd 88-Bryan Clauson 1 1 4


Indy Bowl I After 6 of 32 Events


1 0-Vitor Meira 105 - 5


2 1-Will Power 39 66 1


3 9-Scott Dixon 34 71 2


4 25-Justin Wilson 31 74 1


5 2-JP Montoya 20 85 1


6 5-James Hinchcliffe 20 85 1


7 43-Conor Daly  20 85


8 3-Helio Castroneves 18 87


9 03-Oriol Servia 16 89


10 15-Graham Rahal 12 93


11 21-Josef Newgarden 10 95 1


12 10-Tony Kanaan 10 95


13 22-Simon Pagenaud 9 96


14 11-Sebastien Bourdais 5 101


15 7-James Jakes 4 102


16 25-Simona de Silvestro 3 103


17 83-Charlie Kimball 2 104


18 26-Carlos Munoz 1 104


19 88-Bryan Clauson 1 104


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Knoxville Bowl I Fast 16 5-16-15

1 360 1-Justin Henderson 22


2 410 2-Danny Lasoski  16


3 410 77X-Wayne Johnson 14


4 305 55M-McKenna Haase 11


5 360 29-Russ Hall            10


6 305 5J-Devin Kline          10


7 305 71C-Stacey Alexander 9


8 305 6-Mitchell Alexander 7


9 410 3-Tim Kaeding       6


10 305 85-Chase Wammer 6


11 360 3-Nate Van Haaften 5


12 410 18-Ian Madsen       4


13 360 40-Clint Garner      4


14 360 18T-Tony Bruce,Jr. 4


15 305 88-J Kinder          4


16 410 24-Terry McCarl 3


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5-16-15 Knoxville Cup I Standings

410


1 2-Danny Lasoski  16  -


2 77X-Wayne Johnson 14 2


3 3-Tim Kaeding         6 10


4 18-Ian Madsen        4 12


5 24-Terry McCarl      3 13


6 17W-Bryan Clausen 3 13


7 56-Davey Heskin     2 14


8 82-Dusty Zomer      2 14


9 2KS-Don Droud,Jr. 1 15


10 20-AJ Moeller       1 15


11 13-Mark Dobmeier 1 15


360


1 1-Justin Henderson 22 -


2 29-Russ Hall          10 12


3 3-Nate Van Haaften 5 17


4 40-Clint Garner       4 18


5 18T-Tony Bruce,Jr.  4 18


6 2M-Matt Moro          3 19


7 22-Tony Shilling       2 20


8 53-Joe Beaver         2 20


9 5J-Jamie Ball           2 20


10 3-Nate Van Haaften 2 20


305


1 55M-McKenna Haase 11  -


2 5J-Devin Kline          10 1


3 71C-Stacey Alexander  9 2


4 6-Mitchell Alexander    7 4


5 85-Chase Wammer     6 5


6 88-J Kinder                4 7


7 56W-Chris Walraven   4 7


8 35-Kevin Hetrick        3 8


9 24-Kade Higday         2 9


10 15-Christian Bowman 2 9


11 7-Tanner Edwards   1 10


12 33-Trevor Smith      1 10


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Knoxville Bowl I 5-16-15

Editor's Note: I hate using "Hakuna Matata" frivolously, but, in Central Iowa Sports and Iowa Pro Sports History, with diplomas, babies, restarts, renewals, and herstory making haymakers, it was right to say it. I wouldn't just gallavant the odds of being an Indy 500 and Coca Cola 600 Winner Frivolously like it was bogus and nothing, but, it is true.


410


1 1-Justin Henderson 10 10 16 22 360


2 2-Danny Lasoski           6 16


3 18-Ian Madsen             4  4


4 24-Terry McCarl           3  3


5 56-Davey Heskin         2  2


6 2KS- Don Droud,Jr.     1  1


360


1 77X-Wayne Johnson   10 14


2 1-Justin Henderson      6 SEE 360 Card


3 40-Clint Garner           4 4


4 3-Nate Van Haafter     3 5


5 22-Tony Shilling         2 2


6 53-Joe Beaver           1 2


305


1 55M-McKenna Haase 10 11


2 85-Chase Wammer     6 6


3 88-J Kinder               4 4


4 71C-Stacey Alexander 3 9


5 24-Kade Higday        2 2


6 6-Mitchell Alexander 1 7


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Stock Car Bowl VII After The All Star Race

1 46-Michael Annett      7


2 28-Mason Mitchell      6


3 3-Austin Dillon           5


4 0-Vitor Meira             5


5 95-Michael McDowell 5


6 59-Trista Stevenson   5


7 48-Jimmie Johnson    4


8 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 4


9 20-Matt Kenseth          4


10 8-Chase Elliott           4


11 22-Joey Logano         3


12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr, 3


13 4-Kevin Harvick         3


14 11-Denny Hamlin      2


15 15-Clint Bowyer        2


16 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 2


17 43-Aric Amirola        2


18 09-Johanna Long     2


19 2-Brad Keselowski  2


20 7-Alex Bowman      2


21 16-Greg Biffle        1


22 10-Danica Patrick  1


23 42-Kyle Larson    1


24 26-Jeb Burton (R) 1


25 35-Cole Whitt     1


26 9-Sam Hornish,Jr. 1


27 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


28 77-Matt Hagan  1


29 01-Kenny Wallace 1


30 02-Justin Wilson 1


31 19-Carl Edwards 1


32 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


33 41-Kurt Busch 1


 


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Acquisition Case

I think what these stormy circumstances is creating is acquisition cases, albeit blindly and albeit out of extenual circumstances. I think some of my better examples is if Formula One ceased being a series, it would make a Indy 500-Monaco-LeMans Sweep through May and June. And, NASCAR Mexico being acquired by the K and N West Series.


I don't know if the base is with the banks failures from 2008-2011, when 2 Bank Failures in Iowa was 2 Too Many. Prime Prep's Plight is unprecendented, but the best worst example was the division of the Former Waterloo Central High School in Mid-1987-1988, except, Prime Prep didn't leave a full 4 Year Class, except they left 2 and a Half Years.


If we where ATMs, we'd be upset.  Do we really want 3 Junior Years, or 2 Senior Years just to prove 1 Point? A lot of us don't have 1 or 2 Pennies or Dollars, let alone 1 or 2 Points. With the pianos and trombones, what is not so bogus is not taking art and there has to be more reform and less reckless. We don't go to work or school or corporate jobs to be profits, as there are people too cool or worse than that, too lazy to look for corporate jobs, schools for tuitions, jobs, period, and sponsors which is not very good. And, even though we have free food, it is not always an ole away.


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2015 Week 15 Driver of the Year

1 Mike Nichols IMCA 25 85


2 Kenzie Ruston K and N 16 32


3 Justin Barcia AMASX 14 20


4 Larry Morgan NHRA 12 12


5 McKenna Haase ASCS 10 34


6 Dennis Mwenda WRC 8 41


7 Andy Eckrich IMCA 6 75


8 Clay Millican NHRA 5 35


9 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 4 4


10 Nehreen Ismail WRC 3 67


11 Allen Hopp IMCA 2 5


12 Jordan Weaver ASCS 1 47


Week 15 Driver of the Year


1 Mike Nichols IMCA 85 -


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 75 10


3 Nehreen Ismail WRC 67 18


1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


4 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 54 31


5 Mike Wallace XFinity 50 35


6 Danny Jennings ASCS 48 37


7 Jordan Weaver ASCS 47 38


8 Dennis Mwenda WRC 41 44


9 McKenna Haase ASCS 39 46


10 Trey Marcham USAC 37 48


11 Clay Millican NHRA 35 50


12 Mason Mitchell ARCA 34 51


13 Chris Porter ANDRA 33 52


14 Kenzie Ruston K and N 32 53


15 Tamara Jones WRC 32 53


16 Eric McClure XFinity 31 54


17 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 31 54


18 Kenny Habul XFinity 30 55


19 Mike Garvey SSS 27 58


20 Cory McClenathan NHRA 25 60


21 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 60


22 Justin Barcia AMASX 20 65


23 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 20 65


24 Ken Block Global Rallycross 18 67


25 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 18 67


26 Ted Christopher SK Modifieds 17 68


27 Danny Lasoski ASCS 17 68


28 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 16 69


29 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 16 69


30 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 16 69


NOT RANKED


31 Christopher Bell USAC 16 69


32 Carlos Contreras XFinity 16 69


33 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 69


34 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 69


35 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 14 71


36 Cale Conley XFinity 14 71


37 Eddie Krawiec NHRA 14 71


38 Michael Courtney Southern Nat'ls Series 14 71


39 Todd Jackins Int'l Snowmobile Racing 14 71


40 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 71


41 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 71


42 Travis Cope Whelen AA 13 72


43 Larry Morgan NHRA 12 73


44 Scotty Pollacheck NHRA 12 73


45 Ron Hornaday,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 73


46 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 12 73


47 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 73


48 Justin Bonsignore SK Modifieds 12 73


49 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 73


50 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 73


51 Joey Gase XFinity 10 75


52 Daniel Suarez XFinity 10 75


53 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 10 75


54 Antonio Apicella F2000 Americas 10 75


55 Ty Dillon XFinity 10 75


56 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 75


57 Rodney Sanders USMTS 9 76


58 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 8 77


59 Blake Koch XFinity 8 77


60 Alfonso Celis,Jr. LATAM Challenge Series 8 77


61 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 77


62 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 77


63 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 77


64 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 77


65 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 77


66 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 78


67 Elliott Sadler XFinity 6 79


68 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 6 79


69 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 6 79


70 Justin Barcia AMASX 6 79


71 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 79


72 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 79


73 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 79


74 Tony Kanaan Indy Car 5 80


75 Allen Hopp IMCA 5 80


76 Angie Smith NHRA 5 80


77 Joey Coulter Trucks 5 80


78 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Drag Boat 5 80


79 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 80


80 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 80


81 Alex Bowman Sprint Cup 4 81


82 Larry Dixon NHRA 4 81


83 Matt Smith NHRA 4 81


84 Anne Pladson USXC 4 81


85 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 4 81


86 Ho-Pin Tung Asian LeMans 4 81


87 Gianmaria Bruni European LeMans 4 81


88 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 81


89 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 81


90 Scott Pruett USCR 4 81


91 Chris Ennis USAC 3 82


92 Cameron Beaubier AMA Daytona SB 3 82


93 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 3 82


94 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 82


95 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 82


96 Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 82


97 Carl Edwards Sprint Cup 2 83


98 Jeff Gordon Sprint Cup 2 83


99 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 83


100 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 83


101 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 83


102 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 83


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All Star Pick 7 and Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board

All Star Pick 7


3-Austin Dillon


42-Kyle Larson


26-Jeb Burton


35-Cole Whitt


9-Sam Hornish,Jr.


30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


43-Aric Amirola


Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board Before The All Star Race


1 46-Michael Annett             7


2 28-Mason Mitchell             6


3 3-Austin Dillon                 5


4 0-Vitor Meira                   5


5 95-Michael McDowell        5


6 59-Trista Stevenson         5


7 48-Jimmie Johnson          4


8 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.    4


9 20-Matt Kenseth             4


10 8-Chase Elliott              4


11 22-Joey Logano           3


12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.   3


13 4-Kevin Harvick          3


14 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 2


15 43-Aric Amirola        2


16 09-Johanna Long     2


17 2-Brad Keselowski  2


18 7-Alex Bowman      2


19 42-Kyle Larson      1


20 26-Jeb Burton (R) 1


21 35-Cole Whitt       1


22 9-Sam Hornish,Jr. 1


23 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


24 77-Matt Hagan 1


25 01-Kenny Wallace 1


26 02-Justin Wilson 1


27 19-Carl Edwards 1


28 15-Clint Bowyer 1


29 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


30 11-Denny Hamlin 1


31 41-Kurt Busch 1


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Stock Car Bowl VII After 5-9-15

1 46-Michael Annett   7


2 28-Mason Mitchell  6


3 0-Vitor Meira       5


4 95-Michael McDowell 5


5 59-Trista Stevenson 5


6 48-Jimmie Johnson  4


7 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 4


8 20-Matt Kenseth      4


9 8-Chase Elliott        4


10 3-Austin Dillon     4


11 22-Joey Logano    3


12 88-Dale Earnhardt, Jr. 3


13 4-Kevin Harvick  3


14 09-Johanna Long 2


15 2-Brad Keselowski 2


16 7-Alex Bowman 2


17 78-Martin Truex,Jr. 1


18 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 1


19 77-Matt Hagan 1


20 01-Kenny Wallace 1


21 02-Justin Wilson 1


22 19-Carl Edwards 1


23 43-Aric Amirola 1


24 15-Clint Bowyer 1


25 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


26 11-Denny Hamlin 1


27 41-Kurt Busch 1


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Indy Bowl I Super Easy

For the lack of anything better, I am calling the Indy Grand Prix Super Easy


1 1-Will Power 10 33


2 15-Graham Rahal 6 12


3 2-JP Montoya 4 20


4 11-Sebastien Bourdais 3 5


5 83-Charlie Kimball 2 2


6 3-Helio Castroneves 1 16


After 5 of 33 Events                                              W


1 0-Vitor Meira                  105           -                5


2 1-Will Power                    33          72               1


3 25-Justin Wilson               30         75               1


4 9-Scott Dixon                   24         81               1


5 2-JP Montoya                   20         85               1


6 5-James Hinchcliffe          20          85              1


7 43-Conor Daly                 20          85


8 3-Helio Castroneves         16          89


9 03-Oriol Servia                16          89


10 15-Graham Rahal          12          93


11 21-Josef Newgarden     10           95             1


12 10-Tony Kanaan            7           98


13 22-Simon Pagenaud      5         100


14 11-Sebastien Bourdais   5        100


15 7-James Jakes              4         101


16 25-Simona de Silvestro  3        102


17 83-Charlie Kimball         2        103


18 26-Carlos Munoz           1        104


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Stock Car Bowl VII After 5-3-15

1 46-Michael Annett 7


2 28-Mason Mitchell 6


3 0-Vitor Meira      6


4 95-Michael McDowell 5


5 59-Trista Stevenson 5


6 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 4


7 20-Matt Kenseth     4


8 8-Chase Elliott        4


9 3-Austin Dillon       4


10 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 3


11 4-Kevin Harvick    3


12 48-Jimmie Johnson 3


13 09-Johanna Long 2


14 22-Joey Logano 2


15 2-Brad Keselowski 2


16 7-Alex Bowman 2


17 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 1


18 77-Matt Hagan 1


19 01-Kenny Wallace 1


20 02-Justin Wilson 1


21 19-Carl Edwards 1


22 43-Aric Amirola 1


23 15-Clint Bowyer 1


24 21-Ryan Blaney(R) 1


25 11-Denny Hamlin 1


26 41-Kurt Busch 1


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Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board After Angry Dog 250

1 46-Michael Annett 7


2 28-Mason Mitchell 6


3 0-Vitor Meira   6


4 95-Michael McDowell 5


5 59-Trista Stevenson 5


6 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 4


7 20-Matt Kenseth       4


8 8-Chase Elliott          4


9 3-Austin Dillon         4


10 4-Kevin Harvick     3


11 48-Jimmie Johnson 3


12 09-Johanna Long   2


13 22-Joey Logano     2


14 2-Brad Keselowski 2


15 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


16 7-Alex Bowman    2


17 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 1


18 77-Matt Hagan     1


19 01-Kenny Wallace 1


20 02-Justin Wilson  1


21 19-Carl Edwards 1


22 43-Aric Amirola  1


23 15-Clint Bowyer 1


24 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


25 11-Denny Hamlin 1


26 41-Kurt Busch 1


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Stock Car Bowl VII After 3 of 28 Events

                                                        -   W   P   W-L


1 46-Michael Annett         154             -   1        4-2


2 28-Mason Mitchell         139           15             6-2


3 59-Trista Stevenson      126           28            5-2


4 0-Vitor Meira                 115          39 1   1    4-0


5 95-Michael McDowell     115          39 1          3-2


6 3-Austin Dillon              112         42              4-2


7 8-Chase Elliott                95         59  1          4-3


8 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.   86        68                4-3


9 7-Alex Bowman             50      104   1    1      1-3


10 43-Aric Amirola           50      104                 1-1


11 09-Johanna Loing        49      105 1             1-1


12 9-Sam Hornish,Jr,      46      108                 1-1


13 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.  45     109   1             0-0


14 01-Kenny Wallace      40     114   1            0-0


15 77-Matt Hagan         37     117  1       1     0-0


16 20-Matt Kenseth      34     120                  1-2


17 02-Justin Wilson      30     124 1              0-0


18 26-Jeb Burton (R)   28     126                  0-0


19 07-Brett Moffitt (R) 28     126                 0-0


20 91-Shannon McIntosh 26 128                  0-0


21 08-Reed Sorenson    23  131                   0-0


22 21-Ryan Blaney (R)  22  132                   1-1


23 15-Clint Bowyer       22  132                   1-1


24 61-Ryan Truex        22  132                    0-0


25 75-David Mayhew   20  134                   0-0


26 08-Tanner Berryhill  20 134                   0-0


27 2-Brad Keselowski   20 134                   1-2


28 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 20 134                1-2


29 82-Ward Burton      17 137                   0-0


30 03-Oriol Servia        16 138                  0-0


31 33-Brian Scott         14 140                 0-0


32 36-Jay Beasley        14 140                 0-0


33 12-Will Power          14 140                 0-1


34 40-Landon Cassill     14 140                0-0


35 16-Greg Biffle         12  142                 0-0


36 38-David Gilliand   12 142                 0-0


37 32-Bobby LaBonte  12 142                0-0


38 87-Joe Nemechek   11 143                0-0


39 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski 11 143         0-0


40 5-Kasey Kahne         10 144              0-0


41 1-Jamie McMurray     10 144             0-0


42 04-Chris Cockrum       8 146            0-0


43 63-Kyle Grissom         8 146            0-0


44 71-Carl Renezeder     8 146             0-0


45 83-Johnny Sauter      8 146             0-0


46 13-Casey Mears        8 146             0-0


47 29-Paulie Harraka      7 147            0-0


48 18-David Ragan        7 147            0-0


49 37-Jordan Anderson   6 148           0-0


50 33-Ty Dillon              6 148           0-0


51 83-Matt DiBenedetto(R)  5 149      0-0


52 89-Matt Bowling            5 149       0-0


53 42-Kyle Larson              4 150       0-0


54 62-Brendan Gaughn      4 150       0-0


55 6-Trevor Bayne             4 150        0-0


56 66-Mike Wallace            4 150        0-0


57 50-Ray Black,Jr.            3 151        0-0


58 24-Jeff Gordon              3 151        0-1


59 39-Ryan Sieg                2 152        0-0


60 48-Jimmie Johnson       2 152        0-2


61 51-Justin Allgaier          1 153        0-0


62 19-Carl Edwards           1 153         0-1


63 22-Joey Logano           0 154          0-2


64 11-Denny Hamlin        0 154          0-1


65 99-Matt Crafton         0 154          0-1


66 4-Kevin Harvick         0 154          0-2


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What Does Toyota Got that Detroit Don't Got for Erik Jones?

I feel offended and upset for the good people of Western Michigan, who is the best side of Michigan, and one of the few things that would roil their demeanor is why drive Tokyo versus Detroit? I feel Erik Jones needs to Drive Detroit, and Byron is Red Wings and Generals ALL DAY,EVERY DAY!


Personally, this is not a Dez Bryant Street Patrol or a Gravity Defying keep Coach Sunkett in East St. Louis by deterring Good Decisions from real adults. Frankly, I don't buy it just for emotions, and that set the worst principal than Kortmeyer in Lisbon. (I feel that it's in my line, but, trust is not cheesy and people are still defying gravity to avoid Des Moines Public Schools or Charleston County School District.)


This isn't the Who Gets the Goods and Who Gets Junk. This is more complex, and I feel why Roush lost Kenseth and Edwards already? This is one cause people would want to get behind instead of act up like Lil Wayne's CoCo Freestyle just because he couldn't get the Carter V Done.


And, if the issues are clinical, outsiders have license to go Carte Blanche and Force Majerue, and I am puzzled and perturbed Illinois has less of a relationship with their state than North Dakota or Ole Miss. This is not your Stereotypical As Seen On TV Recruiting Pitch, because we know that and we are more gassed on the dating game, and I get offended over the recent High School and College Graduates Beaching for Permenant Summer Vacation, and I wonder about the High School and College Kids who physically stole money and never finished for all the trouble they caused in controlled environs.


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Indy Bowl I Standings After Angry Dog 250

                                                           -     W


1 0-Vitor Meira                      115          -    5


2 02-Justin Wilson                  30         85   1


3 9-Scott Dixon                      24         91  1


4 1-Will Power                       23         92


5 5-James Hinchcliffe             20         95 1


6 43-Conor Daly                    20         95


7 2-JP Montoya                     16        99  1


8 03-Oriol Servia                   16        99


9 3-Helio Castroneves            15      100


10 67-Josef Newgarden         10       105 1


11 10-Tony Kanaan                7       108


12 15-Graham Rahal              6       109


13 22-Simon Pagenaud          5        110


14 7-James Jakes                  4       111


15 25-Simona de Silvestro     3      112


16 28-Ryan Hunter Reay        2     113


17 11-Sebastien Bourdais      2    113


18 26-Carlos Munoz              1   114


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Why Is It Playing For Just The Trophies So Narrow?

I feel sometimes anymore, if some people don't play for the trophies, it ain't worth playing for. I wouldn't have minded Cocktail Little Black Dresses, White or Black Tie Formal or Western, but, don't pretend like every day Summer Vacation in Orlando,Florida. I find the hard way when you want to play for the food, or shopping, its just narrow like the trophies.


Some of these concepts are so bogus, like a beggar causing real life turmoil, and someone going to bankrupt companies and legit non-profits to the nothing left and payoffs are a boss like the NCAA and Tark.  We play credit and clout and all the wrong boys and men want Gals like all of them over 18 or got next hour, which is an enormous issue.


Not everyone Troy Aikman and what make me mad is anyone throw Touchdowns now a days. I'm embarassed for my stock ,tender, and mast here at home and it makes me want to go make money out of town like Big Sean's Detroit Almost. And, speaking of the lazy, not everyone cares to search for sponsors, and for Danica, her employer is Stewart Haas, not Go Daddy. Or Corporate Jobs, Jobs Period or Tuition.


Personally, the crony economy has caused more havoc than before. I felt finding someone who is a decent Roberto Moreno vs Crashing a Seat So Bad no one wants it. Why Toyota has a hold over some bosses scares me and the worst part is if someone else takes my hiring, firing or recommendations away from my hands.


Can't we do better than Reed Sorenson getting jilted Over and Over and Over and Over and Again and Again and Again and Again and Again? I get tired of not knowing places or people not knowing places for serious, and agendas don't end well.


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Angry Dog 250 Finishing Order

1 (25) 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.   25            45


2 (29) 43-Aric Amirola                16      50


3 (32) 33-Brian Scott                 14      14


4 (43) 16-Greg Biffle                  12     12


5 (14) 03-Oriol Servia                10     16   16


6 (2) 01-Kenny Wallace               8   40


7 (18) 59-Trista Stevenson          6   126


8 (24) 75-David Mayhew            5    20


9 (41) 29-Paulie Harraka           4  7


10 (22) 89-Matt Bowling           3  3


11 (17) 37-Jordan Anderson     2   6


12 (13) 26-Jeb Burton (R)        1 28


13 (5) 92-Conor Daly


14 (1) 77-Matt Hagan


15 (42) 2-Brad Keselowski


16 (34) 49-Bubba Pollard


17 (36) 07-Tanner Berryhill


18 (37) 35-Cole Whitt


19 (38) 55-Michael Waltrip


20 (21) 39-Ryan Sieg


21 (35) 06-Brett Moffitt (R)


22 (3) 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.


23 (7) 38-David Gilliand


24 (12) 04-Chris Cockrum


25 (30) 7-Alex Bowman


26 (39) 34-Chris Buescher


27 (16) 83-Matt DiBenedetto (R)


28 (28) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)


29 (26) 78-Martin Truex,Jr.


30 (15) 18-David Ragan


31 (10) 61-Ryan Truex


32 (19) 42-Kyle Larson


33 (11) 08-Reed Sorenson


34 (4) 91-Shannon McIntosh


35 (8) 3-Austin Dillon


36 (20) 50-Ray Black,Jr.


37 (23) 8-Chase Elliott


38 (32) 20-Matt Kenseth   43 Engine


39 (6) 36-Jay Beasley       24 Crash


40 (9) 0-Vitor Meira          24 Crash


41 (42) 2-Brad Keselowski 17 Engine


42 (31) 00-David Reutimann 7 Transmission


43 (40) 48-Jimmie Johnson 3 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Hagan 1-4


K. Wallace 5


Hornish 6-10


McIntosh 11-13


Daly 14-18


Beasley 19-24


Gilliand 25


A.Dillon 26-28


R. Truex 29


Sorenson 30-35


Cockrum 36-39


Burton 40


Servia 41-44


Ragan 45


DiBenedetto 46-53


Anderson 54-57


Stevenson 58-63


Larson 64-68


Black,Jr. 69-73


Sieg 74


Bowling 75-79


Elliott 80-83


Mayhew 84-89


Hornaday,Jr. 90-94


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Angry Dog 250

Row 1


77-Matt Hagan


01-Kenny Wallace


Row 2


 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.


91-Shannon McIntosh


Row 3


92-Conor Daly


36-Jay Beasley


Row 4


38-David Gilliand


 3-Austin Dillon


Row 5


 0-Vitor Meira


61-Ryan Truex


Row 6


08-Reed Sorenson


04-Chris Cockrum


Row 7


26-Jeb Burton (R)


03-Oriol Servia


Row 8


18-David Ragan


83-Matt DiBenedetto (R)


Row 9


37-Jordan Anderson


59-Trista Stevenson


Row 10


42-Kyle Larson


50-Ray Black,Jr.


Row 11


39-Ryan Sieg


89-Matt Bowling


Row 12


 8-Chase Elliott


75-David Mayhew


Row 13


30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


Row 14


32-Bobby LaBonte


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


Row 15


43-Aric Amirola


 7-Alex Bowman


Row 16


00-David Reutimann


20-Matt Kenseth


Row 17


33-Brian Scott


49-Bubba Pollard


Row 18


07-Brett Moffitt (R)


06-Tanner Berryhill


Row 19


35-Cole Whitt


55-Michael Waltrip


Row 20


34-Chris Buescher


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 21


29-Paulie Harraka


 2-Brad Keselowski


Row 22


16-Greg Biffle


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Stock Car Bowl VII After Talladega Twin 50s

                                                         -         W     P     W-L


1 46-Michael Annett               154                 1              4-2


2 28-Mason Mitchell               139      15                       6-2


3 59-Trista Stevenson            120      34                       5-2


4 0-Vitor Meira                      115      39       1        1    4-0


5 95-Michael McDowell           115     39       1              4-2


6 3-Austin Dillon                    112     42                      4-2


7 8-Chase Elliott                     95      59      1             4-3


8 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.        86       68                    4-3


9 7-Alex Bowman                   50     104    1       1     1-3


10 09-Johanna Long              49      105   1              1-1


11 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.            46       108                  0-0


12 77-Matt Hagan                37        116 1        1     0-0


13 43-Aric Amirola                36       117                 1-1


14 20-Matt Kenseth               34       119                1-2


15 02-Justin Wilson               30      123   1            0-0


16 07-Brett Moffitt (R)          28       125                0-0


17 26-Jeb Burton (R)           27       126                0-0


18 91-Shannon McIntosh      26      127               0-0


19 08-Reed Sorenson           23      130              0-0


20 01-Kenny Wallace          22       131   1         0-0


21 21-Ryan Blaney (R)       22       131              1-1


22 15-Clint Bowyer            22       132             1-1


23 92-Conor Daly             20        134              0-0


24 61-Ryan Truex            20        134              0-0


25 06-Tanner Berryhill      20        134              0-0


26 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.   20         134              0-0


27 2-Brad Keselowski       20       134              1-2


28 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.  20       134              1-2


29 82-Ward Burton          17       137             0-0


30 75-David Mayhew      15        139             0-0


31 36-Jay Beasley         14         140             0-0


32 12-Will Power           14         140            0-0


33 40-Landon Cassill      14         140           0-0


34 38-David Gilliand       12         142          0-0


35 32-Bobby LaBonte     12         142          0-0


36 87-Joe Nemechek    11          143          0-0


37 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski 11    143           0-0


38 5-Kasey Kahne          10       145           0-0


39 1-Jamie McMurray     10       145          0-0


40 04-Chris Cockrum       8       147         0-0


41 63-Kyle Grissom         8      147         0-0


42 71-Carl Renezeder      8      147       0-0


43 83-Johnny Sauter       8      147       0-0


44 13-Casey Mears         8       147      0-0


45 18-David Ragan        7        148      0-0


46 03-Oriol Servia         6        149      0-0


47 33-Ty Dillon            6        149      0-0


48 83-Matt DiBenedetto (R) 5  150    0-0


49 37-Jordan Anderson  4       151     0-0


50 42-Kyle Larson       4        151      0-0


51 62-Brendan Gaughn 4      151      0-0


52 6-Trevor Bayne       4      151      0-0


53 66-Mike Wallace      4     151      0-0


54 50-Ray Black,Jr.     3      152      0-0


55 29-Paulie Harraka   3      152     0-0


56 24-Jeff Gordon       3     152      0-0


57 39-Ryan Sieg         2     153      0-0


58 89-Matt Bowling    2     153      0-0


59 48-Jimmie Johnson 2   153     0-2


60 51-Justin Allgaier    1 154       0-0


61 19-Carl Edwards     1 154       0-1


62 22-Joey Logano      0 155        0-2


63 11-Denny Hamlin   0 155        0-1


64 99-Matt Crafton     0 155         0-1


65 4-Kevin Harvick     0 155       0-2


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Knoxville Cup I 5-10-15

In other words, Happy Mother's Day!


And now, here are my Knoxville Cup I Points Standings and Next Week (Or Time) I will rifle through my Knoxville Fast 16 in Points Standings


410


1 2-Danny Lasoski 10 -


2 3-Tim Kaeding     6 4


3 77X-Wayne Johnson 4 6


4 17W-Bryan Clauson 3 7


5 82-Dusty Zomer 2 8


6 20-AJ Moeller 1 9


7 13-Mark Dobmeier 1 9


360


1 29-Russ Hall 10 -


2 1-Justin Henderson 6 4


3 18T-Tony Bruce,Jr. 4 6


4 2M- Matt Moro 3 7


5 5J-Jamie Ball 2 8


6 3-Nate Van Haaften 2 8


7 53-Joe Beaver 1 9


305


1 5J-Devin Kline 10 -


2 71C-Stacey Alexander 6 4


3 56W- Chris Walraven 4 6


4 35-Kevin Hetrick 3 7


5 15-Christian Bowman 2 8


6 55M-McKenna Haase 2 8


7 33-Trevor Smith 1 9


Moral of the Story:


DON'T KNOCK DEDICATION


The reason why I say that is people do what they have to do stay committed to their field. I know Danny Lasoski is closer to Tigerland than anywhere near Knoxville, but, he has Knoxville just as near and dear to his heart as someone from Newton or Ottumwa, if not even more. The same thing with me and Indy, even though it is a Time Zone Forward, and I am still abacked why 2/3rds of the Indy 500 Field is NOT Public Record and we are all poorer for it.


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Knoxville Bowl I 5-9-15 Results

Finally, I get to labor in seeing actual results from Knoxville and as part of my Clawback Plan, I didn't intend to want to snowball the Knoxville Nationals Commissions and the World of Outlaws Hall of Fame Commissions, but, I have to go for the Times for Times Strategy that has been long since retired. Granted, the rainouts are a test of Knoxville Raceway's Outlaws Only Weekly Programming, which a lot of venues have long since abandoned in going to Specials Only or Different Parts of the Program or Not At All,Period, but, for a true Outlaws Weekly Show, they'd need 60 At Least through the Program and not just leaving empty airwaves.


410


1 2-Danny Lasoski 10


2 3-Tim Kaeding    6


3 77X-Wayne Johnson 4


4 17W-Bryan Clauson 3


5 82-Dusty Zomer 2


6 13-Mark Dobmeier 1


Editors Note: For this year, I am scoring Picks and A Mains Only


360


1 29-Russ Hall 10


2 1-Justin Henderson 6


3 18T-Tony Bruce,Jr. 4


4 2M- Matt Moro 3


5 3-Nate Van Haaften 2


6 53-Joe Beaver 1


305


1 5J-Devin Kline 10


2 71C-Stacey Alexander 6


3 56W-Chris Walraven 4


4 35-Kevin Hetrick 3


5 15- Christian Bowman 2


6 33-Trevor Smith 1


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NHRA Fast 16 After Talladega Twin 50s

1 Dave Connolly        TF  120 6-0 1


2 V.Gaines              PSC 100 5-1 2


3 Matt Hagan           FC  97 3-1 5 +2


4 Hector Arana,Jr.   PSM 80 4-1 3 -1


5 Cruz Pedregon      FC  80 4-1 4-1


6 Eddie Krawiec     PSM 60 3-1 6


7 Drew Skillman   PSC  60 3-1 7


8 Terry McMillen    TF  60 3-1 8


9 Leah Pritchett     TF 40 2-1 9


10 Larry Morgan PSC 40 2-1 10


11 Tim Wilkerson FC 40 2-1 11


12 Matt Smith PSM 40 2-1 12


13 Allen Johnson PSC 40 2-1 13


14 Clay Millican TF 40 2-1 14


15 Chaz Kennedy III PSM 40 2-1 15


16 Gary Densham FC 40 2-1 16


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Drag Race Bowl I Standings After Talladega Twin 50s Funny Car

                                                        -   W-L


1 Matt Hagan                       97              3-1  +1


2 Cruz Pedregon                   80      17   4-1  -1


3 Tim Wilkerson                   40     57    2-1


4 Gary Densham                  40    57    2-1


5 Ron Capps                        20    77   1-1


6 Courtney Force                 20   77   1-1


7 Bob Bode                        20  77     1-1


8 Tony Pedregon                20  77     1-1


9 Del Worsham                   0  97     0-1


10 Robert Hight                  0 97     0-1


11 Tommy Johnson,Jr.        0 97     0-1


12 John Hale                      0 97    0-1


13 John Force                    0 97     0-1


14 Alexis DeJoria               0 97     0-1


15 Chad Head                   0 97     0-1


16 Jeff Arend                    0 97     0-1


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Talladega Twin 50s Race #2

1 01-Kenny Wallace 25   2nd 25


2 91-Shannon McIntosh 16 4th 26


3 36-Jay Beasley           14 6th 14


4 3-Austin Dillon           12 8th 112


5 61-Ryan Truex           10 10th 22


6 04-Chris Cockrum        8 12th 8


7 03-Oriol Servia           6 14th 6   6


8 83-Matt DiBenedetto   5 16th 5


9 59-Trista Stevenson    4 18th 120


10 50-Ray Black,Jr.       3 20th  3


11 89-Matt Bowling       2 22nd 2


12 75-David Mayhew    1 24th 15


13 78-Martin Truex,Jr.     26th


14 21-Ryan Blaney (R)   28th


15 7-Alex Bowman         30th


16 20-Matt Kenseth        32nd


17 49-Bubba Pollard       34th


18 06-Tanner Berryhill    36th


19 55-Michael Waltrip    38th


20 48-Jimmie Johnson   40th


21 2-Brad Keselowski    42nd


DID NOT QUALIFY


22 07-Brett Moffitt (R)


23 19-Carl Edwards


24 98-Josh Wise


25 1-Jamie McMurray


26 47-AJ Allemindinger


27 31-Ryan Newman


28 09-Johanna Long


29 82-Ward Burton


30 72-Parker Kligerman


31 13-Casey Mears


32 46-Michael Annett 35 Transmission


33 12-Will Power 24 Engine


34 11-Denny Hamlin 14 Engine


35 87-Joe Nemechek 2 Crash


36 71-Carl Renezeder 2 Crash


37 6-Trevor Bayne     2 Crash


38 24-Jeff Gordon      2 Crash


39 51-Justin Allgaier 2 Crash


40 14-Tony Stewart  2 Crash


Lap Leaders:


Annett 1-4


A. Dillon 5


Kenseth 6-8


Long 9-15


Stevenson 16


Johnson 17-21


Keselowski 22-26


Moffitt 27-31


Berryhill 32


W. Burton 33-37


Mayhew 38-42


R. Truex 43-45


McIntosh 46-48


McMurray 49


K. Wallace 50


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Talladega Twin 50s Race #1

1 77-Matt Hagan           25              1st  37 97


2 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.          16         3rd  46


3 92-Conor Daly               14         5th 20 20


4 38-David Gilliand           12         7th  12


5 0-Vitor Meira                 10         9th 115 115


6 08-Reed Sorenson          8         11th 23


7 26-Jeb Burton (R)           6        13th 27


8 18-David Ragan             5        15th  7


9 37-Jordan Anderson       4        17th  4


10 42-Kyle Larson            3        19th  4


11 39-Ryan Sieg              2        21st  2


12 8-Chase Elliott            1        23rd 95


13 30-Ron Hornaday Jr.             25th


14 32-Bobby LaBonte                27th


15 43-Aric Amirola                    29th


16 00-David Reutimann            31st


17 33-Brian Scott                     33rd


18 07-Brett Moffitt (R)             35th


19 35-Cole Whitt                    37th


20 34-Chris Buescher             39th


21 29-Paulie Harraka             41st


22 16-Greg Biffle                  43rd


DID NOT QUALIFY


23 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


24 95-Michael McDowell


25 4-Kevin Harvick


26 15-Clint Bowyer


27 40-Landon Cassill


28 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski


29 63-Kyle Grissom


30 5-Kasey Kahne


31 27-Paul Menard


32 99-Matt Crafton


33 62-Brendan Gaughn


34 23-JJ Yeley 19 Engine


35 28-Mason Mitchell 11 Engine


36 10-Danica Patrick 6 Engine


37 22-Joey Logano 2 Crash


38 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2 Crash


39 02-Justin Wilson 2 Crash


40 41-Kurt Busch 2 Crash


Lap Leaders


Meira 1-3


Jeb Burton 4-7


McDowell 8


Elliott 9-13


Stenhouse,Jr. 14


Meira 15-21


Amirola 22-25


Bowyer 26-29


Hornish,Jr. 30-32


Jeb Burton 33-37


Hornaday,Jr. 38-41


Sorenson 42-45


Hagan 46-50


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Stock Car Bowl VII After Talladega Pit Crew Competition

                                                               -   W    P   W-L


1 46-Michael Annett                       154     -   1           4-2


2 28-Mason Mitchell                       139   15               6-2


3 59-Trista Stevenson                    116  38               5-2


4 95-Michael McDowell                   115 39   1           4-2


5 0-Vitor Meira                             105 49   1    1      4-0


6 3-Austin Dillon                          100  54                4-3


7 8-Chase Elliott                            94 60  1             4-3


8 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.                86 68                4-3


9 7-Alex Bowman                          50 104  1    1    1-3


10 09-Johanna Long                     49 105 1            1-1


11 43-Aric Amirola                      36 118                1-1


12 20-Matt Kenseth                    34 120               1-2


13 02-Justin Wilson                    30 124  1            0-0


14 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.                 30 124                0-0


15 18-Brett Moffitt (R)              28 126                 0-0


16 21-Ryan Blaney (R)             22 132                 1-1


17 15-Clint Bowyer                  22 132                 1-1


18 26-Jeb Burton (R)               21 133                 0-0


19 11-Tanner Berryhill             20 134                 0-0


20 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.           20 134                0-0


21 2-Brad Keselowski              20 134                1-2


22 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.         20 134                 1-2


23 82-Ward Burton                 17 137                 0-0


24 34-Reed Sorenson             15 139                  0-0


25 12-Will Power                    14 140                 0-1


26 40-Landon Cassill              14 140                 0-0


27 75-David Mayhew             14 140                 0-0


28 77-Matt Hagan                  12 142                0-0


29 61-Ryan Truex                  12 142                0-0


30 32-Bobby LaBonte             12 142              0-0


31 87-Joe Nemechek              11 143             0-0


32 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski     11 143            0-0


33 91-Shannon McIntosh        10 144             0-0


34 5-Kasey Kahne                 10 144             0-0


35 1-Jamie McMurray            10 144             0-0


36 63-Kyle Grissom                8 146             0-0


37 71-Carl Renezeder             8 146             0-0


38 83-Johnny Sauter              8 146             0-0


39 13-Casey Mears                8 146             0-0


40 67-Kenny Wallace             7 147             0-0


41 92-Conor Daly                  6 148             0-0


42 33-Ty Dillon                     6 148              0-0


43 90-Brendan Gaughn        4 150               0-0


44 6-Trevor Bayne              4 150               0-0


45 66-Mike Wallace             4 150               0-0


46 29-Paulie Harraka           3 151              0-0


47 24-Jeff Gordon               3 151              0-0


48 48-Jimmie Johnson         2 152             0-2


49 55-David Ragan              2 152            0-0


50 51-Justin Allgaier            1 153            0-0


51 42-Kyle Larson               1 153            0-1


52 19-Carl Edwards             1 153            0-1


53 22-Joey Logano              0 154            0-2


54 11-Denny Hamlin           0 154            0-1


55 99-Matt Crafton             0 154            0-1


56 4-Kevin Harvick             0 154           0-2


Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board After Talladega Pit Crew Competition


1 46-Michael Annett 7


2 28-Mason Mitchell 6


3 0-Vitor Meira       5


4 95-Michael McDowell   5


5 59-Trista Stevenson  5


6 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 4


7 20-Matt Kenseth          4


8 8-Chase Elliott            4


9 3-Austin Dillon           4


10 4-Kevin Harvick       3


11 48-Jimmie Johnson  3


12 09-Johanna Long     2


13 22-Joey Logano       2


14 2-Brad Keselowski 2


15 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


 16 7-Alex Bowman     2


17 02-Justin Wilson     1


18 19-Carl Edwards     1


19 43-Aric Amirola     1


20 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


21 15-Clint Bowyer 1


22 11-Denny Hamlin 1


23 41-Kurt Busch 1


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Don't Shortchange the Mexico Series

I feel hurt that NASCAR wants to offshoot the Mexico Series. Personally, I'll break you a better solution and it would be better than having to stick my neck out in the open for someone here at home in Cedar Rapids, Marion and Iowa City as the natives are hanging tough in Arizona, Dallas, Houston and Orlando with no knowledge of the Phoenix, Dallas, Houston and Orlando Natives. I hate bringing up reality and not just the shopping until you drop or max out and then some strategy here, because, I don't want to find more Cherries than Cherry Trees.


I feel that Mexico, Central and Southern America needs to be annexed into the K and N West Conference. I'd want to see a December to Februrary Series to pump through more Mexican,Central, Carribean and South American Nationals, and I want to focus on seeing if better Latinas or Minority Females come through for my sport, or those who don't even get a good regional cable deal, but, the Diamondbacks get better deal in Christmas at the Store.


Why not bring the Modifieds to Mexico? And, here in the Midwest, I would like to see a Late Model Crossover, because it would be difficult to replicate the ASA and Lucas Oil gets the pub, but, not always the TV Time. If Mike Stefanik could be called out of retirement or Bill Baird can get called back to Stock Cars just to keep Mexico Stock Cars Alive, they'll be loved forever. I know Money is talked up to infinity like its Day 16 of a WHAT WAS planned 4 Day Operation, but, where is the decency and caring?


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IndyBowl I Standings After Talladega Pit Crew Competition

                                                                      -      W


1 0-Vitor Meira                          105                -       5


2 02-Justin Wilson                      30               75      1


3 9-Scott Dixon                          24               81      1


4 1-Will Power                            23              82


5 5-James Hinchcliffe                  20              85       1


6 2-JP Montoya                           16             89       1


7 3-Helio Castroneves                 15             90


8 67-Josef Newgarden                 10            95      1


9 10-Tony Kanaan                        7            98


10 15-Graham Rahal                    6            99


11 43-Conor Daly                        6            99


12 22-Simon Pagenaud               5           100


13 7-James Jakes                       4           101


14 25-Simona de Silvestro          3           102


15 28-Ryan Hunter Reay            2           103


16 11-Sebastien Bourdais          2           103


17 26-Carlos Munoz                 1           104


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Stock Car Bowl VII Pit Crew Comptetition Talladega

 6 20 Matt Kenseth (14 Points,0-1) over 11 22-Joey Logano (0 Points,0-1)


 3 46-Michael Annett (94 Points, 3-1) over 14 7-Alex Bowman (50 Points,1-2)


 10 3-Austin Dillon (60 Points,2-2) over 7 4-Kevin Harvick (0 Points,0-1)


15 09-Johanna Long (29 Points,0-0) over 2 59-Trista Stevenson (116 Points, 5-1)


 5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. (66 Points,3-2) over 12 2-Brad Keselowski (20 Points, 1-1)


 4 95-Michael McDowell (75 Points,2-1) over 13 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr (20 Points, 1-1)


 9 8-Chase Elliott (74 Points,3-2) over 8 48-Jimmie Johnson (2 Points, 0-1)


16 0-Vitor Meira (25 Points,0-0) over 1 28-Mason Mitchell (139 Points,6-1)


 3 46-Michael Annett (114 Points,4-1) over 6 20-Matt Kenseth (34 Points,1-1)


10 3-Austin Dillon (80 Points, 3-2) over 15 09-Johanna Long (49 Points,1-1)


 4 95-Michael McDowell (95 Points, 3-1) over 5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. (86 Points, 4-2)


16 0-Vitor Meira (45 Points,1-0) over 9 8-Chase Elliott (94 Points,4-2)


 3 46-Michael Annett (134 Points,5-1) over 10 3-Austin Dillon (100 Points,4-2)


16 0-Vitor Meira ( 65 Points, 2-0) over 4 95-Michael McDowell (115 Points,4-1)


16 0-Vitor Meira (85 Points,3-0) over 3 46-Michael Annett (154 Points, 6-1)


 


0- Vitor Meira 80 4-0 105 4-0


46-Michael Annett 60 3-1 154 6-1


95-Michael McDowell 40 2-1 115 4-2


 3-Austin Dillon 40 2-1 100 4-2


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 20 1-1 86 4-3


20-Matt Kenseth 20 1-1 34 1-2


 8-Chase Elliott 20 1-1 94 4-3


09-Johanna Long 20 1-1 49 1-1


28-Mason Mitchell 0 0-1 139 6-2


59-Trista Stevenson 0 0-1 116 5-2


 4-Kevin Harvick 0 0-1 0 0 0-2


48-Jimmie Johnson 0 0-1 2 0-2


22-Joey Logano 0 0-1 0 0-2


2-Brad Keselowski 0 0-1 20 1-2


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 0 0-1 20 1-2


7-Alex Bowman 0 0-1 50 1-3


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Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board After The Birmingham Grand Prix

1 28-Mason Mitchell 6


2 59-Trista Stevenson 5


3 46-Michael Annett 4


4 95-Michael McDowell 3


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


6 20-Matt Kenseth    3


7 4-Kevin Harvick     3


8 48-Jimmie Johnson 3


9 8-Chase Elliott      3


10 3-Austin Dillon   2


11 22-Joey Logano 2


12 2-Brad Keselowski 2


13 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


14 7-Alex Bowman 2


15 99-Johanna Long 1


16 0-Vitor Meira 1


17 02-Justin Wilson 1


18 19-Carl Edwards 1


19 43-Aric Amirola 1


20 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


21 15-Clint Bowyer 1


22 11-Denny Hamlin 1


23 41-Kurt Busch 1


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Stock Car Bowl VII Points Standings After 2 of 28 Events

                                                                      -        W     P    W-L


1 28-Mason Mitchell                    139               -                      6-1


2 59-Trista Stevenson                 116             23                      5-1


3 46-Michael Annett                     94             45         1           3-1


4 95-Michael McDowell                 75             64         1           2-1


5 8-Chase Elliott                          74            65          1           3-2


6 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.              66           73                       3-2


7 3-Austin Dillon                         60            79                       2-2


8 7-Alex Bowman                       50          89  1         1           1-2


9 43-Aric Amirola                       36        103                          1-1


10 02-Justin Wilson                    30        109 1                     0-0


11 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.                 30        109                       0-0


12 99-Johanna Long                  29         110    1                0-0


13 18-Brett Moffitt (R)               28        111                       0-0


14 0-Vitor Meira                        25        114      1        1     0-0


15 21-Ryan Blaney (R)              22        117                       1-1


16 15-Clint Bowyer                   22        117                       0-0


17 26-Jeb Burton (R)               21        118                        0-0


18 11-Tanner Berryhill             20        119                        0-0


19 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.           20        119                       0-0


20 2-Brad Keselowski              20        119                        1-1


21 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.         20        119                        1-1


22 82-Ward Burton                 17        122                        0-0


23 34-Reed Sorenson            15         124                        0-0


24 12-Will Power                   14        125                        0-1


25 20-Matt Kenseth               14        125                       0-1


26 40-Landon Cassill              14       125                        0-0


27 75-David Mayhew             14        125                       0-0


28 77-Matt Hagan                 12        127                       0-0


29 61-Ryan Truex                 12        127                       0-0


30 32-Bobby LaBonte            12       127                        0-0


31 87-Joe Nemechek             11       128                       0-0


32 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski     11      128                        0-0


33 91-Shannon McIntosh        10     129                        0-0


34 5-Kasey Kahne                  10     129                       0-0


35 1-Jamie McMurray             10    129                        0-0


36 63-Kyle Grissom                 8     131                       0-0


37 71-Carl Renezeder             8     131                        0-0


38 83-Johnny Sauter              8    131                         0-0


39 13-Casey Mears                8     131                        0-0


40 67-Kenny Wallace             7    132                        0-0


41 92-Conor Daly                  6     133                       0-0


42 33-Ty Dillon                     6    133                        0-0


43 90-Brendan Gaughn         4    135                         0-0


44 6-Trevor Bayne               4    135                         0-0


45 66-Mike Wallace             4    135                          0-0


46 29-Paulie Harraka           3  136                          0-0


47 24-Jeff Gordon               3 136                           0-1


48 48-Jimmie Johnson        2 137                           0-1


49 55-David Ragan            2 137                          0-0


50 51-Justin Allgaier          1  138                          0-0


51 42-Kyle Larson             1  138                          0-1


52 19-Carl Edwards           1 138                          0-1


53 22-Joey Logano            0 139                          0-1


54 11-Denny Hamlin         0 139                         0-1


55 99-Matt Crafton           0 139                         0-1


56 4-Kevin Harvick           0 139                         0-1


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NHRA Fast 16 After Birmingham Grand Prix

1 Dave Connolly               TF   120 6-0 1


2 V. Gaines                    PSC 100 5-1 2


3 Hector Arana,Jr.          PSM  80  4-1 3


4 Cruz Pedregon              FC  80 4-1 4


5 Matt Hagan                  FC 72 3-1 5


6 Eddie Krawiek            PSM 60 3-1 6


7 Drew Skillman            PSC 60 3-1 7


8 Terry McMillen             TF 60 3-1 8


9 Leah Pritchett             TF  40 2-1 9


10 Larry Morgan          PSC 40 2-1 10


11 Tim Wilkerson          FC 40 2-1 11


12 Matt Smith             PSM 40 2-1 12


13 Allen Johnson         PSC 40 2-1 13


14 Clay Millican             TF 40 2-1 14


15 Chaz Kennedy III   PSM 40 2-1 15


16 Gary Densham        FC  40 2-1 16


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Drag Race Bowl I Standings After Birmingham Grand Prix Funny Car

1 Cruz Pedregon  80   -   4-1


2 Matt Hagan     72   8   3-1


3 Tim Wilkerson  40 40 2-1


4 Gary Densham  40 40 2-1


5 Ron Capps        20 60 1-1


6 Courtney Force 20 60 1-1


7 Bob Bode 20 60 1-1


8 Tony Pedregon 20 60 1-1


9 Del Worsham 0 80 0-1


10 Robert Hight 0 80 0-1


11 Tommy Johnson,Jr, 0 80 0-1


12 John Hale 0 80 0-1


13 John Force 0 80 0-1


14 Alexis DeJoria 0 80 0-1


15 Chad Head 0 80 0-1


16 Jeff Arend 0 80 0-1


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IndyBowl I Standings After Birmingham Grand Prix

                                                             -       W


1 02-Justin Wilson                    30          -        1


2 0-Vitor Meira                        25          5        1


3 9-Scott Dixon                      24          6         1


4 1-Will Power                        23         7


5 5-James Hinchcliffe              20        10        1


6 2-JP Montoya                      16        14         1


7 3-Helio Castroneves             15      15


8 67-Josef Newgareden            10    20          1


9 10-Tony Kanaan                     7   23


10 15-Graham Rahal                 6   24


11 43-Conor Daly                     6   24


12 22-Simon Pagenaud            5  25


13 7-James Jakes                     4 26


14 25-Simona de Silvestro        3 27


15 28-Ryan Hunter Reay           2 28


16 11-Sebastien Bourdais        2 28


17 26-Carlos Munoz                1 29


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Stock Car Bowl VII Birmingham Grand Prix

1 (18) 99-Johanna Long      25               29


2 (17) 11-Tanner Berryhill              16   20


3 (23) 26-Jeb Burton (R)                14   21


4 (20) 34-Reed Sorenson               12  15


5 (28)  8-Chase Elliott                   10  74


6 (24) 46-Michael Annett               8  94


7 (30) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.       6   66


8 (2) 02-Justin Wilson                  5  30 30


9 (11) 77-Matt Hagan                  4  12  72


10 (15) 63-Kyle Grissom             3   3


11 (16) 67-Kenny Wallace           2  7


12 (4) 82-Ward Burton                1 17


13 (26) 51-Justin Allgaier


14 (5) 28-Mason Mitchell


15 (13) 92-Conor Daly


16 (12) 71-Carl Renezeder


17 (8) 61-Ryan Truex


18 (7) 18-Brett Moffitt (R)


19 (10) 91-Shannon McIntosh


20 (9) 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


21 (21) 75-David Mayhew


22 (22) 15-Clint Bowyer


23 (14) 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski


24 (19) 87-Joe Nemechek


25 (1) 0-Vitor Meira            40 Engine


26 (29) 48-Jimmie Johnson 31 Engine


27 (25) 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 16 Engine


28 (27) 24-Jeff Gordon         6 Engine


29 (3) 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.   2 Crash


30 (6) 12-Will Power        2 Crash


Lap Leaders


Meira 1-3


Wilson 4


W. Burton 5-9


Mitchell 10-13


Moffitt 14-18


Truex 19-21


Hornaday,Jr. 22


McIntosh 23-25


Hagan 26-29


Renezeder 30-32


Daly 33-35


Kwasinieswski 36-37


Grissom 38-41


K. Wallace 42-44


Long 45-50


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Stock Car Bowl VII Birmingham Grand Prix 50 Laps Starting Lineup

Row 1


0-Vitor Meira


02-Justin Wilson


Row 2


9-Sam Hornish,Jr.


82-Ward Burton


Row 3


28-Mason Mitchell


12-Will Power


Row 4


18-Brett Moffitt (R)


61-Ryan Truex


Row 5


30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


91-Shannon McIntosh


Row 6


77-Matt Hagan


71-Shannon McIntosh


Row 7


92-Conor Daly


05-Dylan Kwasinieswski


Row 8


63-Kyle Grissom


67-Kenny Wallace


Row 9


11-Tanner Berryhill


99-Johanna Long


Row 10


87-Joe Nemechek


34-Reed Sorenson


Row 11


75-David Mayhew


15-Clint Bowyer


Row 12


26-Jeb Burton (R)


46-Michael Annett


Row 13


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


51-Justin Allgaier


Row 14


24-Jeff Gordon


 8-Chase Elliott


Row 15


48-Jimmie Johnson


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


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Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board After The Barber Twin 25s

1 28-Mason Mitchell         6


2 59-Trista Stevenson      5


3 46-Michael Annett        4


4 95-Michael McDowell    3


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


6 20-Matt Kenseth         3


7 4-Kevin Harvick          3


8 48-Jimmie Johnson     3


9 8-Chase Elliott            3


10 3-Austin Dillon         2


11 22-Joey Logano      2


12 2-Brad Keselowski 2


13 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


14 7-Alex Bowman  2


15 0-Vitor Meira  1


16 02-Justin Wilson 1


17 19-Carl Edwards 1


18 43-Aric Amirola 1


19 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


20 15-Clint Bowyer 1


21 11-Denny Hamlin 1


22 41-Kurt Busch 1


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Stock Car Bowl VII Points Standings After Barber Twin 25s

                                                       -           W         P         W-L


1 28-Mason Mitchell      139               -                                  6-1


2 59-Trista Stevenson   116             23                                 5-1


3 46-Michael Annett       86             53           1                     3-1


4 95-Michael McDowell  75              64           1                     2-1


5 8-Chase Elliott           64              75           1                     3-2


6 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 60            79                                  3-2


7 3-Austin Dillon           52              87                                  2-2


8 7-Alex Bowman         50              89           1         1          1-2


9 43-Aric Amirola        36             103                                  1-1


10 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.  30             109                                   0-0


11 18-Brett Moffitt (R) 28            111                                  0-0


12 0-Vitor Meira         25             114          1          1            0-0


13 02-Justin Wilson    25             114          1                        0-0


14 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 22           117                                    1-1


15 15-Clint Bowyer       22          117                                    1-1


16 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 20        119                                     0-0


17 2-Brad Keselowski    20        119                                     1-1


18 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 20      119                                    1-1


19 82-Ward Burton          16     123                                   0-0


20 12-Will Power             14     125                                    0-1


21 20-Matt Kenseth         14    125                                     0-1


22 40-Landon Cassill       14    125                                     0-0


23 75-David Mayhew       14  125                                       0-0


24 32-Bobby LaBonte       12  127                                      0-0


25 61-Ryan Truex            12  127                                     0-0


26 87-Joe Nemechek        11 128                                      0-0


27 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski 11 128                                    0-0


28 5-Kasey Kahne             10 129                                     0-0


29 1-Jamie McMurray         10 129                                     0-0


30 77-Matt Hagan              8  131                                      0-0


31 71-Carl Renezeder        8  131                                       0-0


32 83-Johnny Sauter         8 131                                        0-0


33 13-Casey Mears           8 131                                        0-0


34 26-Jeb Burton(R)         7  132                                       0-0


35 92-Conor Daly             6 133                                       0-0


36 33-Ty Dillon                6 133                                        0-0


37 63-Kyle Grissom          5 134                                       0-0


38 67-Kenny Wallace        5 134                                       0-0


39 11-Tanner Berryhill      4 135                                       0-0


40 99-Johanna Long         4 135                                       0-0


41 90-Brendan Gaughn    4 135                                       0-0


42 6-Trevor Bayne           4 135                                      0-0


43 66-Mike Wallace          4 135                                      0-0


44 34-Reed Sorenson       3 136                                      0-0


45 29-Paulie Harraka        3 136                                      0-0


46 24-Jeff Gordon             3 136                                     0-1


47 48-Jimmie Johnson       2 137                                     0-1


48 55-David Ragan           2 137                                     0-0


49 51-Justin Allgaier         1 138                                    0-0


50 42-Kyle Larson             1 138                                    0-1


51 19-Carl Edwards          1 138                                     0-1


52 22-Joey Logano           0 139                                     0-1


53 11-Denny Hamlin         0 139                                     0-1


54 99-Matt Crafton           0 139                                    0-1


55 4-Kevin Harvick           0 139                                    0-1


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NHRA Fast 16 After Barber Stock Car Bowl VII Twin 25s

1 Dave Connolly    TF 120 6-0 1


2 V.Gaines          PSC 100 5-1 2


3 Hector Arana,Jr. PSM 80 4-1 3


4 Cruz Pedregon     FC 80 4-1 4


5 Matt Hagan         FC 68 3-1 5


6 Eddie Krawiek   PSM 60 3-1 6


7 Drew Skillman  PSC  60 3-1 7


8 Terry McMillen  TF   60 3-1 8


9 Leah Pritchett  TF   40 2-1 9


10 Larry Morgan PSC 40 2-1 10


11 Tim Wilkerson FC 40 2-1 11


12 Matt Smith PSM 40 2-1 12


13 Allen Johnson PSC 40 2-1 13


14 Clay Millican TF 40 2-1 14


15 Chaz Kennedy III PSM 40 2-1 15


16 Gary Densham FC 40 2-1 16      


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Drag Race Bowl I Standings After Barber Stock Car Bowl VII Twin 25s

                                                        -          W-L


1 Cruz Pedregon              80               -          4-1


2 Matt Hagan                  68             12          3-1


3 Tim Wilkerson              40              40         2-1


4 Gary Densham             40              40         2-1


5 Ron Capps                   20             60          1-1


6 Courtney Force            20             60          1-1


7 Bob Bode                    20            60           1-1


8 Tony Pedregon            20            60           1-1


9 Del Worsham               0            80            0-1


10 Robert Hight              0           80             0-1


11 Tommy Johnson,Jr.    0           80            0-1


12 John Hale                 0            80            0-1


13 John Force               0            80            0-1


14 Alexis DeJoria           0           80             0-1


15 Chad Head              0           80              0-1


16 Jeff Arend              0            80             0-1


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Indy Bowl I After Barber Stock Car Bowl VII Twin 25s

Editor's Note: I felt strongly about having to claw into the Major Motorsports Championships like the Western Macy's was used in the New "Dawn of the Dead" just shortly after its closure. And, my designs is to do the opposite of being close in the Indy Bowl I


                                                              -       W


1 0-Vitor Meira                           25         -       1


2 02-Justin Wilson                     25         -        1


3 9-Scott Dixon                         24        1        1


4 1-Will Power                          23        2       


5 5-James Hinchcliffe                20       5         1


6 2-JP Montoya                        16       9          1


7 3-Helio Castroneves               15      10


8 67-Josef Newgarden             10       15       1


9 10-Tony Kanaan                    7        18


10 15-Graham Rahal                6        19


11 43-Conor Daly                    6       19


12 22-Simon Pagenaud            5       20


13 7-James Jakes                   4       21


14 25-Simona de Silvestro      3       22


15 28-Ryan Hunter Reay         2      23


16 11-Sebastien Bourdais       2     23


17 26-Carlos Munoz              1      24


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Barber Twin 25s Race #2

1 (21) 02-Justin Wilson  25         2nd  25 25


2 (25) 82-Ward Burton          16   4th 16


3 (20) 12-Will Power             14 6th  14 23


4 (24) 61-Ryan Truex           12 8th   12


5 (26) 91-Shannon McIntosh 10 10th 10


6 (23) 71-Carl Renezeder       8 12th 8


7 (16) 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski 6 14th 11


8 (14) 67-Kenny Wallace         5 16th 5


9 (12) 99-Johanna Long         4 18th 4


10 (13) 34-Reed Sorenson     3 20th 2


11 (9) 15-Clint Bowyer          2 22nd 22


12 (1) 46-Michael Annett       1 24th 86


13 ( 10) 51-Justin Allgaier         26th


14 (6) 8-Chase Elliott               28th


15 (2) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.  30th


DID NOT QUALIFY


16 (17) 35-Cole Whitt


17 (15) 5-Kasey Kahne


18 (18) 1-Jamie McMurray


19 (22) 00-David Reutimann


20 (19) 6-Trevor Bayne


21 (11) 32-Bobby LaBonte


22 (4) 7-Alex Bowman


23 (8) 43-Aric Amirola  11 Engine


24 (3) 2-Brad Keselowski 4 Accident


25 (7) 3-Austin Dillon 4 Accident


26 (5) 4-Kevin Harvick 4 Accident


Lap Leaders:


Annett 1


Stenhouse,Jr. 2-5


Bowman 6


Elliott 7-8


Amirola 9


Bowyer 10-12


Allgaier 13


B.LaBonte 14


Long 15-19


Sorenson 20


K. Wallace 21


Wilson 22-25


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Barber Twin 25s Twin Race 1

1 (21) 0-Vitor Meira               25                1st  25 25


2 (10) 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.            16            3rd   30


3 (1) 28-Mason Mitchell              14           5th  139


4 (11) 18-Brett Moffitt (R)          12           7th   28


5 (13) 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.       10            9th    20


6 (22) 77-Matt Hagan                8           11th  8  68


7 (25) 92-Conor Daly                6            13th  6  6


8 (26) 63-Kyle Grissom            5            15th    5


9 (12) 11-Tanner Berryhill        4            17th   4


10 (19) 87-Joe Nemechek        3            19th  11


11 (18) 75-David Mayhew       2             21st 14


12 (14) 26-Jeb Burton (R)       1             23rd 7


13 (9) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                     25th


14 (20) 24-Jeff Gordon                          27th


15 (6) 48-Jimmie Johnson                     29th


DID NOT QUALIFY


16 (17) 38-David Gilliand


17 (23) 36-Jay Beasley


18 (24) 72-Parker Kligerman


19 (16) 13-Casey Mears


20 (4) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


21 (3) 59-Trista Stevenson       16 Transmission


22 (8) 19-Carl Edwards             13 Engine


23 (2) 95-Michael McDowell        8 Engine


24 (15) 40-Landon Cassill           5 Engine


25 (5) 20-Matt Kenseth              1 Accident


26 (7) 22-Joey Logano               1 Accident


Lap Leaders:


Mitchell 1-6


McDowell 7-8


Meira 9-25


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Stock Car Bowl VII After Barber Pit Crew Competition

                                                                 -  W  P  W-L


1 28-Mason Mitchell                     125          -           6-1


2 59-Trista Stevenson                  116          9           5-1


3 46-Michael Annett                      85         40  1       3-1


4 95-Michael McDowell                  75         50 1         2-1


5 8-Chase Elliott                           64         61            3-2


6 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.               60        65            3-2


7 3-Austin Dillon                          52        73             2-2


8 7-Alex Bowman                        50        75  1   1    1-2


9 43-Aric Amirola                        36        89             1-1


10 21-Ryan Blaney (R)                22       103            1-1


11 2-Brad Keselowski                 20        105            1-1


12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.             20        105            1-1


13 15-Clint Bowyer                     20        105            1-1


14 18-Brett Moffitt (R)                 16       109            0-0


15 20-Matt Kenseth                    14        111            0-1


16 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.                  14        111            0-0


17 40-Landon Cassill                  14         111            0-0


18 75-David Mayhew                  12        113            0-0


19 32-Bobby LaBonte                  12       113            0-0


20 5-Kasey Kahne                      10        115            0-0


21 1-Jamie McMurray                 10         115           0-0


22 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.              10        115            0-0


23 83-Johnny Sauter                   8         117             0-0


24 13-Casey Mears                     8          117            0-0


25 87-Joe Nemechek                  8         117             0-0


26 33-Ty Dillon                         6          119             0-0


27 26-Jeb Burton (R)                6          119              0-0


28 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski        5          120             0-0


29 90-Brendan Gaughn             4          121             0-0


30 6-Trevor Bayne                    4          121             0-0


31 66-Mike Wallace                   4          121             0-0


32 38-David Gilliand                  3         122              0-0


33 29-Paulie Harraka                3         122               0-0


34 24-Jeff Gordon                    3        122                0-1


35 48-Jimmie Johnson              2        123                0-1


36 55-David Ragan                   2        123                0-0


37 51-Justin Allgaier                 1        124               0-0


38 42-Kyle Larson                     1       124               0-1


39 19-Carl Edwards                   1       124                0-1


40 22-Joey Logano                     0       125               0-1


41 11-Denny Hamlin                 0        125               0-1


42 12-Will Power                      0        125                0-1


43 99-Matt Crafton                  0         125               0-1


44 4-Kevin Harvick                 0          125              0-1


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Barber Twin 25s Starting Lineups

Race #1


Row 1


28-Mason Mitchell


95-Michael McDowell


Row 2


59-Trista Stevenson


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


Row 3


20-Matt Kenseth


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 4


22-Joey Logano


19-Carl Edwards


Row 5


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.


Row 6


18-Brett Moffitt (R)


11-Tanner Berryhill


Row 7


30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


26-Jeb Burton (R)


Row 8


40-Landon Cassill


13-Casey Mears


Row 9


38-David Gilliand


75-David Mayhew


Row 10


87-Joe Nemechek


24-Jeff Gordon


Row 11


 0-Vitor Meira


77-Matt Hagan


Row 12


36-Jay Beasley


72-Parker Kligerman


Row 13


92-Conor Daly


63-Kyle Grissom


Race #2


Row 1


46-Michael Annett


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


Row 2


 2-Brad Keselowski


 7-Alex Bowmna


Row 3


 4-Kevin Harvick


 8-Chase Elliott


Row 4


 3-Austin Dillon


43-Aric Amirola


Row 5


15-Clint Bowyer


51-Justin Allgaier


Row 6


32-Bobby LaBonte


99-Johanna Long


Row 7


34-Reed Sorenson


67-Kenny Wallace


Row 8


 5-Kasey Kahne


05-Dylan Kwasinieswski


Row 9


35-Cole Whitt


 1-Jamie McMurray


Row 10


 6-Trevor Bayne


12- Will Power


Row 11


02-Justin Wilson


00-David Reutimann


Row 12


71-Carl Renezeder


61-Ryan Truex


Row 13


82-Ward Burton


91-Shannon McIntosh


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Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board After Barber Pit Crew Competition

1 28-Mason Mitchell  6


2 59-Trista Stevenson 5


3 46-Michael Annett  4


4 95-Michael McDowell 3


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 3


6 20-Matt Kenseth    3


7 4-Kevin Harvick     3


8 48-Jimmie Johnson 3


9 8-Chase Elliott     3


10 3-Austin Dillon  2


11 22-Joey Logano 2


12 2-Brad Keselowski 2


13 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 2


14 7-Alex Bowman 2


15 19-Carl Edwards 1


16 43-Aric Amirola 1


17 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


18 15-Clint Bowyer 1


19 11-Denny Hamlin 1


20 41-Kurt Busch 1


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Knoxville Bowl I 5-4-15

Due to the unprecendented wet streak that Knoxville Raceway has been hexed with, I wonder if they'll have to add back weekends this Fall to make up the Early Losses?


Conference 360


Driver 5J-Jamie Ball


Hometown Knoxville,IA


Editors Note: In the abscence of A-Mains, I have tried to keep more of a Truer Track Championship Standing for the Public.


360


1 5J-Jamie Ball 2-


410


1 20-AJ Moeller 1 -


305


1 55M-McKenna Haase 1 -


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Stock Car Bowl VII Barber Pit Crew Competition Points

28-Mason Mitchell 80 4-0 125 6-1


46-Michael Annett 60 3-1 85 3-1


95-Michael McDowell 40 2-1 75 2-1


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 40 2-1 60 3-2


59-Trista Stevenson 20 1-1 116 5-1


 2-Brad Keselowski 20 1-1 20 1-1


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 20 1-1 20 1-1


 7-Alex Bowman  20 1-1 50 1-2


20-Matt Kenseth 0 0-1 14 0-1


 4-Kevin Harvick 0 0-1 0 0-2


48-Jimmie Johnson 0 0-1 2 0-1


 8-Chase Elliott 0 0-1 64 3-2


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


 3-Austin Dillon 0 0-1 52 2-2


19-Carl Edwards 0 0-1 1 0-1


43-Aric Amirola 0 0-1 36 1-2


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Pit Crew Competition Barber

 11 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. over 6 22-Joey Logano


14 46-Michael Annett over 3 4-Kevin Harvick


 10 2-Brad Keselowski over 7 3-Austin Dillon


 15 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. over 2 20-Matt Kenseth


12 95-Michael McDowell over 5 8-Chase Elliott


13 7-Alex Bowman over 4 48-Jimmie Johnson


8 28-Mason Mitchell over 9 19-Carl Edwards


1 59-Trista Stevenson over 16 43-Aric Amirola


14 46-Michael Annett over 11 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


15 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. over 10 2- Brad Keselowski


12 95-Michael McDowell over 13 7-Alex Bowman


8 28-Mason Mitchell over 1 59-Trista Stevenson


14 46-Michael Annett over 15 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


 8 28-Mason Mitchell over 12 95-Michael McDowell


 8 28-Mason Mitchell over 14 46-Michael McDowell


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The Narrative

What upsets me in this Super Tent Pole of a Day in a Tent Pole of a Year is the 2015 Version of Sammy L. (Samuel L. Jackson) would have came up because Prince didn't want to do havoc to the Music Industry. It feels like a 2015 Have You Forgotten and the Flash Crash was 5 Years Ago. There is a real reason Cassidy came back to Battle Rapping after a 5000-0 Real Record being dormant for 12 Years. If someone is losing for 2 Straight Years, like Dizaster, people would fix to unemploy him and his bad behavior.


And, Money Mayweather is being a 2015 Mike Tyson, and even the Women's Community wants Pacman. I want to at least know who would have been Indy 500 Favorite and not just be an Ed Carpenter or Stacy "Straight Outta" Compton with  10 Poles and No Wins, and a Perpensiating Collection of 2nd Places and I stll can't use Sterling Marlin or Raul Boesel.


The flight of the Screaming Drums is going,going, going, going, and going like the Music Industry still needed DJ Megatron in Life, not just 4 Life. Why rambling with no finish line is encouraged and legalized? And just because people left a bad place for a good, doesn't mean their biddings is going to emerge in time. How fast will the jobs come until we realize we have to remark a Company Man or Woman with a Different Colored Uni just to return every Summer until they have knowledge of a place versus lowering to a divestment?


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Knoxville Bowl I 4-27-2015

Conference 305


Driver 55M-McKenna Haase


Hometown Des Moines,IA


410


1 20-AJ Moeller 1   -


360


1 5J-Jamie Ball 1 -


305


1 55M-McKenna Haase 1 -


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Barber Indy Bowl I

1 67-Josef Newgarden   10  10


2 15-Graham Rahal         6  6


3 9-Scott Dixon              4  24


4 1-Will Power               3   9


5 28-Ryan Hunter Reay  2  2


6 26-Carlos Munoz         1  1


After 4 of 33 Events


                                  -         W


1 9-Scott Dixon  24      -        1


2 5-James Hinchcliffe 20 4      1


3 2-JP Montoya     16  8         1


4 3-Helio Castroneves 15 9


5 67-Josef Newgarden 10 14  1


6 1-Will Power             9 15


7 10-Tony Kanaan       7 17


8 22-Simon Pagenaud 5 19


9 7-James Jakes         4 20


10 25-Simona de Silvestro 3 21


11 28-Ryan Hunter Reay  2 22


12 11-Sebastien Bourdais 2 22


13 26-Carlos Munoz        1 23


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Stock Car Bowl VII 04262015

I am super bummed out that Mother Nature had to do her thing, AGAIN, and I feel at least try to put the Short Tracks in the Summer, and I feel last week we had Time Loss and This Week we had Day Loss, and both would be detrimental to Championship Success


1 59-Trista Stevenson  4


2 20-Matt Kenseth       3


3 4-Kevin Harvick        3


4 48-Jimmie Johnson  3


5 8-Chase Elliott         3


6 22-Joey Logano       2


7 3-Austin Dillon        2


8 28-Mason Mitchell   2


9 19-Carl Edwards     1


10 11-Denny Hamlin 1 I/Q I am not clear on how Denny Hamlin is able to race at Talladega, even though he hasn't missed a Whole Weekend since 2013, but, if this issue evolves, it is not good.


11 2-Brad Keselowski 1 10


12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1 11


13 95-Michael McDowell 1 12


14 7-Alex Bowman 1 13


15 46-Michael Annett 1 14


16 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1 15


17 43-Aric Amirola 1 16


18 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1 17


19 15-Clint Bowyer 1 18


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Barber Stock Car Bowl VII Backboard

18-Brett Moffitt (R)


32-Bobby LaBonte


11-Tanner Berryhill


99-Johanna Long


30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


34-Reed Sorenson


26-Jeb Burton (R)


67-Kenny Wallace WAS Mike Wallace


40-Landon Cassill


 5-Kasey Kahne


13-Casey Mears


05- Dylan Kwasinieswski


38-David Gilliand


35-Cole Whitt


75-David Mayhew


1-Jamie McMurray


87-Joe Nemechek


6-Trevor Bayne


24-Jeff Gordon


12-Will Power


02-Justin Wilson


 0-Vitor Meira


77-Matt Hagan


71-Carl Renezeder


36-Jay Beasley


61- Ryan Truex


72-Parker Kligerman


82-Ward Burton


91-Shannon McIntosh


63-Kyle Grissom


Complete Order in After the Cup Race or Tomorrow, whichever comes 1st.


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Why No Mention of Grand National?

I know Sprint will leave the sport without saying goodbye, but, I am still floored by the state of Grand National Racing. In this year's XFinity Series, Only One Regular Winner has Won and that was Ryan Reed and Erik Jones is a Truck Regular trying to find Car Time. I have said in the past, I wanted to consolidate the Grand National and Cup Divisions and Double the Workload. The problem with that is it would cause a World of Outlaws hold on the schedule and it would cause problems with how the Weekend is or Show is Done.


I would feel there is more than one way to go besides fast. And, Comcast is NOT Nationwide and having a Sponsor for More than 7 Years would foster a stronger bridge to the minors if needed. And, we are blessed with Limos of Racing Talent we are still in the middle of, and the only thing good is their reputation, which is good or bad.


Why No Mention of Grand National? I haven't seen it anywhere on NASCAR Literature since 2009, and just because its MONEY,MONEY,MONEY,MONEY AND MONEY, doesn't mean we can tow people on not having nothing again.


K and N is going to contribute to the Health and Welfare of the Lower Levels and I don't know if Camping World has done the same vs. Craftsman?


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Week 14 2015 Driver of the Year

1 Eric McClure XFinity  25 31


2 Kenny Habul XFinity 16 30


3 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 14 16


4 Scotty Pollacheck NHRA 12 12


5 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 10 54


6 Jordan Weaver ASCS 8 46


7 Andy Eckrich IMCA 6 69


8 Ted Christopher SK Modified 5 17


9 Larry Dixon NHRA 4 4


10 Ken Block Global Rallycross 3 18


11 Carl Edwards Sprint Cup 2 2


12 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 1 31


Week 14 Driver of the Year


1 Andy Eckrich IMCA 69 -


2 Nehreen Ismail WRC 64 5


1st Quarter Driver Of The Quarter


3 Mike Nichols IMCA 63 6


4 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 54 15


5 Mike Wallace XFinity 50 19


6 Danny Jennings ASCS 48 21


7 Jordan Weaver ASCS 46 23


8 Trey Marcham USAC 37 32


9 Mason Mitchell ARCA 34 35


10 Dennis Mwenda WRC 33 36


11 Chris Porter ANDRA 33 36


12 Tamara Jones WRC 32 37


13 Eric McClure XFinity 31 38


14 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 31 38


15 Kenny Habul XFinity 30 39


16 Clay Millican NHRA 30 39


17 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 40


18 Mike Garvey SSS 27 42


19 Cory McClenathan NHRA 25 44


20 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 44


21 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 20 49


22 Ken Block Global Rallycross 18 51


23 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 18 51


24 Ted Christopher SK Modifieds 17 52


25 Danny Lasoski ASCS 17 52


26 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 16 53


27 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 16 53


28 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 16 53


29 Christopher Bell USAC 16 53


30 Carlos Contreras XFinity 16 53


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31 Kenzie Ruston K and N 16 53


32 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 53


33 Wade Young Motorsports S.Africa 16 53


34 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 14 55


35 Cale Conley XFinity 14 55


36 Kenny Habul XFinity 14 55


37 Eddie Krawiec NHRA 14 55


38 Michael Courtney Southern Nationals Series 14 55


39 Todd Jackins International Snowmobile Racing 14 55


40 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 55


41 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 55


42 Travis Cope Whelen AA 13 56


43 Scotty Pollacheck NHRA 12 57


44 Ron Hornaday,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 57


45 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 12 57


46 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 57


47 Justin Bonsignore SK Modified 12 57


48 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 57


49 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 57


50 Joey Gase XFinity 10 59


51 Daniel Suarez XFintiy 10 59


52 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 10 59


53 Antonio Apicella F2000 Americas 10 59


54 Ty Dillon XFinity 10 59


55 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 59


56 Rodney Sanders USMTS 9 60


57 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 8 61


58 Blake Koch XFinity 8 61


59 Alfonso Celis,Jr. LATAM Challenge Series 8 61


60 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 61


61 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 61


62 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 61


63 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 61


64 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 61


65 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 62


66 Elliott Sadler XFinity 6 63


67 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 6 63


68 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 6 63


69 Justin Barcia AMASX 6 63


70 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 63


71 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 63


72 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 63


73 Tony Kanaan IndyCar 5 64


74 Angie Smith NHRA 5 64


75 Joey Coulter Trucks 5 64


76 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Drag Boat 5 64


77 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 64


78 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 64


79 Larry Dixon NHRA 4 65


80 Matt Smith NHRA 4 65


81 Anne Pladson USXC 4 65


82 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 4 65


83 Ho Pin Tung Asian LeMans 4 65


84 Gianmaria Bruno European LeMans 4 65


85 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 65


86 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 65


87 Scott Pruett USCR 4 65


88 Chris Ennis USAC 3 66


89 Cameron Beaubier AMA Daytona SB 3 66


90 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 3 66


91 Allen Hopp IMCA 3 66


92 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 66


93 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 66


94 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 66


95 Zach Veach Indy Lighs 3 66


96 Carl Edwards Sprint Cup 2 67


97 Jeff Gordon Sprint Cup 2 67


98 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 67


99 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 67


100 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 67


101 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 67


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Knoxville Cup I 4-20-2015

Conference 410


Driver 20-AJ Moeller


Hometown Rockwell City,IA


I knew Knoxville was in trouble last Saturday when the Social Media handle said a Sprinkle on the track, and Knoxville is not a Paved Track. Also, even though their track site is on par with most Mainstream Venues Sites and if not higher, but, I feel the Website Operator should remark which flag color or colors on the Top Banner,


410


1 20-AJ Moeller    1    -


360


1 5J-Jamie Ball    1   -


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IndyCar Bowl I Long Beach

1 9-Scott Dixon   10  10 20   20


2 3-Helio Castroneves  6       15


3 2-JP Montoya           4       16


4 22-Simon Pagenaud  3       5


5 10-Tony Kanaan       2       7


6 11-Sebastien Bourdais 1   2


After 3 of 33 Events


                                 -        W


1 9-Scott Dixon   20   -        1


2 5-James Hinchcliffe 20 -    1


3 2-JP Montoya       16  4     1


4 3-Helio Castroneves 15 5


5 10-Tony Kanaan       7 13


6 1-Will Power            6 14


7 22-Simon Pagenaud  5 15


8 7-James Jakes         4 16


9 25-Simona de Silvestro 3 17


10 11-Sebastien Bourdais 2 18


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Stock Car Bowl VII 04192015

Editor's Note: I am no fan of the detrimental stones, and there has to be a better idea than try to pull a Spring Bristol Night Race. This is NOT a Holiday Weekend outside the Northeast, NOT an NCAA Tournament Weekend and NOT A Vacation Weekend! I'd feel happier with actual Summer Short Track Racing and if we consolidated the XFinity and Cup Series just to call it an NBC TV Series, I would be happier with whos in the order. Frankly, WHAT Gene Haas is setting up is a 2nd Driver and A 2nd Crew Chief, and you could "promote" David Ragan to All Star via Kyle Busch, but, without Kurt Busch, you have no car. I am no fan of the abnormal, or icolonalisms doing us greasy and awful.


1 59 Trista Stevenson 4


2 20-Matt Kenseth 3


3 4-Kevin Harvick 3


4 48-Jimmie Johnson 3


5 8-Chase Elliott 3


6 3-Austin Dillon 2


7 28-Mason Mitchell 2


8 19-Carl Edwards 1


9 11-Denny Hamlin 1 I (I don't know if Denny Hamlin's Neck would busk him out of Richmond and Talladega, because he is not Derrick Rose)


10 2-Brad Keselowski 1 9


11 22-Joey Logano 1 10


12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1 11


13 95- Michael McDowell 1 12


14 7-Alex Bowman 1 13


15 46-Michael Annett 1 14


16 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1 15


17 43-Aric Amirola 1 16


18 21-Ryan Blaney(R) 1 17


19 15- Clint Bowyer 1 18


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Stock Car Bowl VII 04192015 Lap 274

Editor's Note: For the longest, I thought this was going to be a Monday Race, which is a scary conundrum in its own right, but, from the last red flag, it caused the 2nd Straight Unplanned Spring Night Race, which flies fervently in the face of standard and expensive National TV Time and to the best of my knowledge, the system still lurking in Nashville is rolling east.


1 59- Trista Stevenson 4


2 4-Kevin Harvick       3


3 48-Jimmie Johnson  3


4 8-Chase Elliott        3


5 20-Matt Kenseth     2


6 3-Austin Dillon       2


7 28-Mason Mitchell  2


8 19-Carl Edwards  1


9 11-Denny Hamlin 1 I/Even if Erik Jones won, which is an epic IF, it'd be Denny Hamlin's Commissioned Win, but, Richmond and Talladega would be wildly unclear at best.


10 2-Brad Keselowski 1 9


11 22-Joey Logano 1 10


12 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1 11


13 95-Michael McDowell 1 12


14 7-Alex Bowman 1 13


15 46-Michael Annett 1 14


16 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1 15


17 43-Aric Amirola 1 16


18 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1 17


19 15-Clint Bowyer 1 18


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Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board 04192015 Lap 22

1 59-Trista Stevenson  4


2 4-Kevin Harvick       3


3 48-Jimmie Johnson  3


4 8-Chase Elliott         3


5 20-Matt Kenseth      2


6 3-Austin Dillon        2


7 28-Mason Mitchell  2


8 11-Denny Hamlin  1


9 2-Brad Keselowski 1


10 22-Joey Logano  1


11 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1


12 95-Michael McDowell 1


13 7-Alex Bowman    1


14 46-Michael Annett 1


15 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


16 43-Aric Amirola  1


17 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


18 15- Clint Bowyer 1


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Stock Car Bowl 04192015 Preemptive

1 59-Trista Stevenson  4


2 48-Jimmie Johnson  3


3 8-Chase Elliott        3


4 20-Matt Kenseth     2


5 4-Kevin Harvick      2


6 3-Austin Dillon       2


7 28-Mason Mitchell 2


8 11-Denny Hamlin  1


9 2-Brad Keselowski 1


10 22-Joey Logano   1


11 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1


12 95-Michael McDowell 1


13 7-Alex Bowman  1


14 46-Michael Annett 1


15 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr 1


16 43-Aric Amirola   1


17 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


18 15- Clint Bowyer 1


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A Class of Flyers

I feel that the Airlines can't keep getting away with Cruise Ship Styled Cramming like its 8:29 and you need to finish your work and the kismet of putting it off is bad. Beyond narcing to the FAA, it would have been our responsibilty to put class in the Friendly Skies and dignity, even if it is whole planes to Paris or Disney World.


Even though this is a Car Site, not Planes, but, I feel Money has let too many people walk out the theater. Class is even if you didn't get nothing otherwise, you'd dry clean wrap your 1 Nice Work Suit. I think its nuts if David Ragan had to be via Kyle Busch, but, IF it was Kurt Busch again, Gene Haas is SOOL (Straight Out Of Luck) and that Extra "O" Applies.


Why did Palomalu Walk? I think Dick LeBeau had everything to do with everything, and if your 100 Percent, do anything but hang out at the Nurses Station! Send Thank You Cards or anything with the bill, and they got Schools and Families too.


And if I had the Wealth to be Owner, you can't argue with MY Paint. I'm aware not everyone is a Boy or Girl Scout, and Sunshine, Rainbows, and Lollipops can't jump appear like Phantoms, but, where are the Expectations?


Add Comment  | April 13, 2015
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Trust Unit

I feel if we mic'd and had cameras on everyone, that would only worsen the trust lower than before and it is already lower than before. And, with Darrell Gwynn getting paralyzed 25 Years Ago Wednesday, It still makes me, my Uncles and My Dad wonder if he wasn't paraplegic, he could have been World Champion. And, that can't go to Cory Mac or KJ. And, Lloyd Ruby is the Greatest to Never Win the Indy 500, Michael Andretti was the Most Profilic Non Indy 500 Winner as Driver and Greg Moore was tragically was the Greatest Never to Race at 16th and Georgetown.


I don't like dwelling on the obvious, but, let's try to think of a different difference. I don't see it fair when they try to throw attention to the little guys who have Special Needs and their families and the Bigger Guys and Girls decay on someone else's vine. Fair? No, and we worked too hard to let that go.


And, equity is Generational, and 2nd Generational Wealth is tougher than 1st Generation Wealth. I find nothing funny in trying to use America for your Wealth, let alone the Internet. If so and so and such and such made their money at home and we worked too darn hard to see that happen again, us colonials would be angry, with a limited number of jobs already.


Sometimes, too much is too much and will Saturday Night be Live in 2021?


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Week 13 2015 Driver of the Year

1 Mike Wallace XFinity  25 50


2 Danny Jennings ASCS 16 48


3 Clay Millican NHRA 14 30


4 Ron Hornaday,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 12


5 Tamara Jones WRC 10 32


6 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 8 20


7 Dennis Mwenda WRC 6 33


8 McKenna Haase ASCS 5 29


9 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 4 14


10 Danny Lasoski ASCS 3 17


11 Mike Garvey SSS 2 27


12 Nehreen Ismail WRC 1 64


After 13 of 40 Events


1 Nehreen Ismail WRC 64 -


1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 63 1


3 Mike Nichols IMCA 60 4


4 Mike Wallace XFinity 50 14


5 Danny Jennings ASCS 48 16


6 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 44 20


7 Jordan Weaver ASCS 38 26


8 Trey Marcham USAC 37 27


9 Mason Mitchell ARCA 34 30


10 Dennis Mwenda WRC 33 31


11 Chris Porter ANDRA 33 31


12 Tamara Jones WRC 32 32


13 Clay Millican NHRA 30 34


14 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 30 34


15 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 35


16 Mike Garvey SSS 27 37


17 Cory McClenathan NHRA 25 39


18 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 39


19 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 20 44


20 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 18 46


21 Danny Lasoski ASCS 17 47


22 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 16 48


23 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 16 48


24 Christopher Bell USAC 16 48


25 Carlos Contreras XFinity 16 48


26 Kenzie Ruston K and N 16 48


27 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 48


28 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 48


29 Ken Block Global Rallycross 15 49


30 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 14 50


NOT RANKED


31 Cale Conley XFinity 14 50


32 Kenny Habul XFinity 14 50


33 Eddie Krawiec NHRA 14 50


34 Michael Courtney Southern Nat'ls Series 14 50


35 Todd Jackins Int'l Snowmobile Racing 14 50


36 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 50


37 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 50


38 Travis Cope Whelen AA 13 51


39 Ron Hornaday,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 52


40 Ted Christopher SK Modifieds 12 52


41 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 12 52


42 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 52


43 Justin Bonsignore SK Modifieds 12 52


44 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 52


45 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 52


46 Joey Gase XFinity 10 54


47 Daniel Suarez XFinity 10 54


48 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 10 54


49 Antonio Apicella F2000 Americas 10 54


50 Ty Dillon XFinity 10 54


51 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 54


52 Rodney Sanders USMTS 9 55


53 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 8 56


54 Blake Koch XFinity 8 56


55 Alfonso Celis,Jr. LATAM Challenge Series 8 56


56 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 56


57 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 56


58 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 56


59 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 56


60 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 56


61 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 57


62 Elliott Sadler XFinity 6 58


63 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 6 58


64 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 6 58


65 Eric McClure XFinity 6 59


66 Justin Barcia AMASX 6 59


67 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 59


68 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 59


69 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 59


70 Tony Kanaan IndyCar 5 60


71 Angie Smith NHRA 5 60


72 Joey Coulter Trucks 5 60


73 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Drag Boat 5 60


74 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 60


75 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 60


76 Matt Smith NHRA 4 61


77 Anne Pladson USXC 4 61


78 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 4 61


79 Ho-Pin Tung Asian LeMans 4 61


80 Gianmaria Bruno European LeMans 4 61


81 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 61


82 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 61


83 Scott Pruett USCR 4 61


84 Chris Ennis USAC 3 62


85 Cameron Beaubier AMA Daytona SB 3 62


86 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 3 62


87 Allen Hopp IMCA 3 62


88 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 62


89 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 62


90 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 62


91 Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 62


92 Jeff Gordon Sprint Cup 2 63


93 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 2 63


94 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 63


95 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 63


96 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 63


97 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 63


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Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board 4-11-15

1 59-Trista Stevenson    4


2 48-Jimmie Johnson     3


3 8-Chase Elliott            3


4 4-Kevin Harvick          2


5 3-Austin Dillon           2


6 28-Mason Mitchell      2


7 11-Denny Hamlin      1


8 2-Brad Keselowski    1


9 22-Joey Logano        1


10 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1


11 20-Matt Kenseth      1


12 95-Michael McDowell 1


13 7-Alex Bowman      1


14 46-Michael Annett  1


15 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


16 43-Aric Amirola     1


17 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


18 15-Clint Bowyer  1


Add Comment  | April 12, 2015
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Indy Bowl I NOLA

1 5-James Hinchcliffe  10 10 20


2 3-Helio Castroneves     6   9


3 7-James Jakes            4    4


4 25-Simona de Silvestro  3  3


5 2-Juan Pablo Montoya   2  12


6 10-Tony Kanaan           1  5


After 2 of 33 Events                         -       W


1 5-James Hinchcliffe       20                     1


2 2-JP Montoya               12           8        1


3 3-Helio Castroneves       9           11


4 1-Will Power                  6          14


5 10-Tony Kanaan            5         15


6 7-James Jakes              4         16


7 25-Simona de Silvestro   3       17


8 22-Simon Pagenaud       2       18


9 11-Sebastien Bourdais  1       19


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Knoxville Cup I 4-13-2015 1st Point

This is the 1st Point of the Knoxville Cup I and even though the rest of America and the World has tried to catch on to my mannerisms, but, I am IndyMyIndy and I am proud to do what is right and not just say its the right thing to do.


My 1st Point is in the 360 Conference, And From Knoxville,Iowa and I don't want money to roll away to the South of Town, it is the  5J Winged Outlaw of Jamie Ball.


I am going to roll off the top no matter what and even for Twins or Make Back Races, there is ONLY One and ONLY One Pick for the said week, even if Texas Tornadoes tried to turn North.


My 360 Standings


1. 5J-Jamie Ball          1   -


My Standings will be based on A Mains and Picks Exclusively and I won't digress from that. America,The World and The Universe, That is my plan.


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Funny Looking Turns

I think Kyle Larson is with the "Wrong Ones" and Ganassi is not a Cup Powerhouse and I tried to pump his name to replace Dario Franchitti, which he would have lost his cool going Left and Right. I think, Juan Pablo Montoya is doing his Terry LaBonte and its bad enough when Kyle Larson is a Steve Park, but, his Western Diet he still won't change no matter how hard the public tries.


A lot of the mixed blessings of Helio's Car is due to the storminess of Little Al and The Missing Wisdom of Greg Moore. I even compared Greg Moore to Rick Mears, taking the lead of Bob Jenkins. Where Helio has issues is where the Whit Bazemore Short Game in the Trophy he finds a way to lose and I am still shocked Penske has not fired Helio for not winning a title.


I was scared when I thought Sammy Swindell had a Heart Attack, but, it was his dad, Sam Swindell, a Mid South Racing Legend. And, with Tabitha Burton, Ward's Wife and Jeb's Mom, having Breast Cancer and even though Tabitha and Kim Burton are Sisters In Law, but, Kim Burton, Jeff's Wife had a Breast Cancer Scare. I am not a medic, but, I am quick to add 2 Plus 2.


Add Comment  | April 11, 2015
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The Lost Turns of Southern California

Southern California IS Supposed to be a Car Culture. It drives me crazy that the hatchet for Irwindale that didn't happen in 2012 is happening now. And, this is not a good thing.


The 1st Was Ontario Motor Speedway and I still feel angry it was allowed to live 1 Decade. And Riverside, which pretty soon, will be dead longer than it was alive and I feel nerved the land rush was allowed to terminate such a great facility. OCIR was the Home of the World Finals and that is a hard pill to choke back for Quartermiler Purists. And, I still remember the last of Ascot Park like it was Yesterday, and it was in 1990 and my big Dirt Racing Allegiance was USAC.


I don't want to rush to a flashpoint judgment, or judgement, period. But, the NFL in LA Machine is leaving a lot, and California having an Anti-Business, Pro-Pot agenda and a Budget they need to claw one way or another is a bad deal.


If Cup had to come to Kern County to equalize not having Fontana, it would wreck Long Beach. I wonder who is there to teach 4 Wheels, because 2 Wheels is not all good. There are so many different things in the bag and having quality unleashed workers is a big wart.


Add Comment  | April 9, 2015
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The Commute Back to Dirt

I think the Commute back to Dirt is to equalize the difference from when they had to commute from Dirt to Pavement. And, also, in the Short Track Oval Spectrum, not having an ASA for a While nudged the Dirt Late Models to promenance that they wouldn't have had before.


I think a Good Sign of a Tracks Health is having a Strong Modifieds or Legends Count. And, I wonder, why haven't they tried to make a Crossover Modified like a Dune Buggy?


With there being 2 ASA's in the Southeast with the CARS Tour and The Southern Super Series, and with Western Short Track Racing picking back up, I wonder is it fast enough for the Older Tracks to keep the lights on another year? The claws, which still are very unpleasant, was when they started to Give Away Seats in the Mid-2000s. and people lost their jobs for it.


Another missing link is the full inclusion of Open Wheel. I think if Formula One's extenuating circumstances would try to make IndyCar bulk up their schedule or try to add a 3rd Manufacturer to the Engine Battles and I can't take the Dallara trying to make IndyCar perpetually look bad. Us Midwesterners would have to try to think of winning or losing the title on the 1st Game, not the last, because Preparation is a Missing War and people can't fall for the Same Lions without pressuring and paralyzing reprecussions and responses.


Add Comment  | April 7, 2015
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Cup In New Orleans?

With IndyCar having a presence in New Orleans, I would like to see the Cup Series seriously consider NOLA because it is one fast road course. I feel that at the trial base, at least see if XFinity Series would at least try to race it.


I would feel that there has to be some Cup Presence in Arkansas,Mississippi and Louisiana. Because there is plenty of Dirt Track Racing and Iwould at least try to see if the K and N East would do Dirt Tracking. New Orleans would need a lot of positives and let's even throw in a Cup Team in Louisiana, and I would also try to throw in Hallett in Tulsa and Port City as a Tulsa Doubleheader.


I would try to feel like painting my work where the numbers ain't and I would kick the ball either for a Hickory,Martinsville or VIR Cup Final. The Problem with always trying to appease TV is it is too much of a good thing or not enough of a good thing if done poorly.


And, I could think Cup could Go to Kern County because it would be a great stop for the Cup Division and seeing if Underwood Motor Speedway would be an Indy Car or Cup Division Date.


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Reinstating the 61 In Modifieds

I feel that as a racing fan, I would like to retain a Coast to Coast Limited Reissue of Richie Evans 61 in Modifieds and that would be a 1 Racer 1 Issue Nationally. I know the older fans who saw Richie Evans race back when would say "How Could You?" , among other things, and I think with the inevitiable expansion of the lower levels of Stock Car Short Track Racing, i think the younger generation has to be owed a chance for education.


It would not be applied to everyone. He or She the Racer or Athlete has to be honorable in life. It would be the same if the best player on the Chicago Bears was issued 34 and that was regardless of position, but, that would require one of the rare waivers of the Numb3rs (Numbers) Rule. And, too, my base is not just Paved Modifieds seeing a return in the Deep South and Western United States,but, Ryan Gustin helping up Dirt Modifieds.


And, some of my High School Peers weren't even born when Richie Evans died and I was just a newborn when he died. I wouldn't have tried to even think of a blog like this capriouscly, but, in this day and age, we are giving away fully plumbed ASA Looking Super Late Models for half of some of my Food Orders.


I believe the economy would be further down the road than the Cubs trying to win, because on both sides of the Mighty Mississippi, and that includes West Des Moines and Chicago, I feel all the noise don't mean new jobs or safely staffed tills.


Add Comment  | April 6, 2015
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2015 Week 13 Driver of the Year

1 Mike Wallace XFinity 25 50


2 Danny Jennings ASCS 16 48


3 Clay Millican NHRA 14 30


4 Ron Hornaday,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 12


5 Tamara Jones WRC 10 2


6 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 8 20


7 Dennis Mwenda WRC 6 33


8 McKenna Haase ASCS 5 29


9 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 4 14


10 Danny Lasoski ASCS 3 17


11 Mike Garvey SSS 2 27


12 Nehreen Ismail WRC 1 64


After 13 of 40 Events


1 Nehreen Ismail WRC 64 -


1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 63 1


3 Mike Nichols IMCA 60 4


4 Mike Wallace XFinity 50 14


5 Danny Jennings ASCS 48 16


6 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 44 20


7 Jordan Weaver ASCS 38 26


8 Trey Marcham USAC 37 27


9 Mason Mitchell ARCA 34 30


10 Dennis Mwenda WRC 33 31


11 Chris Porter ANDRA 33 31


12 Tamara Jones WRC 32 32


13 Clay Millican NHRA 30 34


14 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 30 34


15 McKenna Haase ASCS 29 35


16 Mike Garvey SSS 27 37


17 Cory McClenathan NHRA 25 39


18 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 39


19 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 20 44


20 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 18 46


21 Danny Lasoski ASCS 17 47


22 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 16 48


23 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 16 38


24 Christopher Bell USAC 16 48


25 Carlos Contreras XFinity 16 38


26 Kenzie Ruston K and N 16 38


27 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 38


28 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 38


29 Ken Block Global Rallycross 15 49


30 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 14 50


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31 Cale Conley XFinity 14 50


32 Eddie Krawiec NHRA 14 50


33 Michael Courtney Southern Nationals Series 14 50


34 Todd Jackins International Snowmobile Racing 14 50


35 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 50


36 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 50


37 Travis Cope Whelen AA 13 51


38 Ron Hornaday,Jr. Sprint Cup 12 52


39 Ted Christopher SK ModifiedS 12 52


40 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 12 52


41 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 52


42 Justin Bonsignore SK Modifieds 12 52


43 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 52


44 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 52


45 Joey Gase XFinity 10 54


46 Daniel Suarez XFinity 10 54


47 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 10 54


48 Antonio Apicella F2000 Americas 10 54


49 Ty Dillon XFinity 10 54


50 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 54


51 Rodney Sanders USMTS 9 55


52 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 8 56


53 Blake Koch XFinity 8 56


54 Alfonso Celis,Jr, LATAM Challenge Series 8 56


55 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 56


56 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 56


57 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 56


58 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 56


59 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 56


60 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 57


61 Elliott Sadler XFinity 6 58


62 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 6 58


63 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 6 58


64 Eric McClure XFinity 6 58


65 Justin Barcia AMASX 6 58


66 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 58


67 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 58


68 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 58


69 Tony Kanaan IndyCar 5 59


70 Angie Smith NHRA 5 59


71 Joey Coulter Trucks 5 59


72 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Drag Boat 5 59


73 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 59


74 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 59


75 Matt Smith NHRA 4 60


76 Anne Pladson USXF 4 60


77 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 4 60


78 Ho-Pin Tung Asian LeMans 5 60


79 Gianmaria Bruno European LeMans 4 61


80 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 61


81 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 61


82 Scott Pruett USCR 4 61


83 Chris Ennis USAC 4 61


84 Cameron Beaubier AMA Daytona SB 4 61


85 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 3 62


86 Allen Hopp IMCA 3 62


87 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 62


88 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 62


89 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 62


90 Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 62


91 Jeff Gordon Sprint Cup 2 63


92 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 2 63


93 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 63


94 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 63


95 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 63


96 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 63


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IndyMyIndy's Hardballs

I feel that what is up in NASCAR and Stock Car is the deeper problem of the icolonialism that has eaten into the Automotive Field. And, I've felt salty and strong to being tried to wool me into another Illuminati type argument like Hip Hop was in the middle of. And, I think the art is winning over the box because there is no way Oscars or Fifty Shades of Grey should have been in Winter.


I feel with the West trying to catch up, I feel to attempt to credential more racing oppurtunities, try to have the Mexican League send their best 10 to the West and Canada send their best 10 to the West, because, in Canada, you can't do nothing Racing until the Summer and in Mexico, if we tried to listen to the Latinos and Latinas, why not do 1st Quarter Racing?


The reach of Young Money vs. Cash Money is it will split the Southern New Orleans Hip Hop Family and it would end the best non Rock and Roll New Orleans Day since Louis Armstrong. Just because Wisconsin's Musketeers beat Kentucky's Mercenaries after 2 Long Months of Salt and Dark, don't mean that Bucky Badger can't slack on the Gold.


I feel us in the Midwest and the Northeast don't have our issues secure. And it upsets me and a lot of different people because why these Felony Lanes take advantage of not having 4th, 5th or 6th Grade Football or Boy or Girl Scouts floors me. I don't mind Black Hats, but, please, try to have some decorum around certain types of people/protected groups. And, I would relish real true in my life Global Knowledge again, including Sport, rather than trying to sell Bristol on England, because after a while, outsiders don't always bring insiders jobs.


Add Comment  | April 5, 2015
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Stock Car Bowl VII Barber/Dega Special Guests

Editor's Note: With Barber being my fill in race for Stock Car Bowl VII and Talladega being the actual race I am trying to sync up the Pit Crew Competition/Twin/Race Order, and with the feared bad need for my Indy Bowl to need Point Standing Racers from the Top 6, I am trying to see the Special Guest Order through and blue, even though it is fake fantasy against real reality and I wonder if Vitor Meira will race this year after Brazil's Economic Issues robbed the Brazilians a chance to race and with a finite grid order, the fact is the 2009 TransAm is maturing, but, the 2014 USCR is still in an awful jam and here are my remarkages:


IC IndyCar


CA Cup Alumni


SG Special Guest Racer


Indy Car


0- Vitor Meira


02-Justin Wilson


Why I wanted to try to pump an IndyCar Indy Bowl Points Maker Racers?


1, with me getting back to the Indy Bowl for the 1st Time Since 2011, I wanted to try to find more board positions and even though the New Orleans Notebook is digital, I'd still guage my book off actual weekend action and I want to see if Honda would try to find its way to K and N West or NASCAR Trucks as a Grid Motion


Cup Alumni


82-Ward Burton


Why I wanted to try to pump up Cup Alumni?


Call me whatever, but, I wanted to see if anyone in good faith and good standing with the sport would try to be an "ENCORE! ENCORE!" like Jay Z at Madison Square Garden.


Special Guest Racers


77-Matt Hagan


71-Carl Renezeder


Why the Special Guest Racers?


I feel with Matt Hagan becoming a World Crusher in the 1st Division we haven't seen in "Lord Knows" and not a Rookie, and I want to steer Mopar back Left and Left Again and Again and Nissan has more World than Honda or Toyota to dink with, thanks to Renault, but, where are my Oval Trucks?


The Order


36- Jay Beasley


63- Reed Sorenson


Editors Note: Reed Sorenson has hardly any ride to come to, let alone come back to because of the chicanes Tommy Baldwin Racing was flatfooted over this last Winter, and I am trying to see if A Europe Mark tries to find its way to NASCAR Europe or the Cup Division


61- Ryan Truex


72-Parker Kligerman


Editors Note: I really want to see if Truex or Kligerman is picked up on an interim basis to not stress out an already stressed out Interim Shortage



91-Shannon McIntosh


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Racing in the Wild Western Conference

I am not happy with the state of motorsports in the Western United States and Canada. And, it has all the warmth and fuzziness of Lil Wayne suing his way out like Darrell Waltrip and dividing New Orleans and Black and Minority Music in the process. We don't have Mickey Thompson or Mark Donohue to get us out of this non-imaginary pickle.


My lament started with Irwindale once again landing the rumors getting so numorous. And, the root in it all is people not having money or the same love of cars like before. If Irwindale died tomorrow, it would end Fontana and Long Beach and that would embargo a lot of Western Auto Racing. And, I know there are land issues from the farmers and the ability to keep the kids off the streets, but, I feel down the road, we have to resolve the lack of Short Tracks issue.


And, it is bad enough people don't have money, sponsors, jobs, and or series to race in. Frankly, I don't want it to come to the end of the season and the rumor mills just so numerous that it is insane. Mismanagement or pigeonholing the wrong roles like Donald Glover only to make him upset is not a good look.


And, trying to bid for Sporting Events your public has no clue of at the expense of what was establishment is not only infuriating, but illegal.


Add Comment  | April 4, 2015
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Cup Division 2025

Even though this present Cup Middle Class is not even anything halfway close to the 1990s, but, I would like to see what is under the hood in NASCAR's Cup Division in 2025:


First of all, qualifying racing would be a coast to coast premium. I don't like going with the Sponsor's Exemption Route like we did before, and having more Motorsports Coast to Coast would be on everybody. I think it is not impossible to track down Complete Late Model Sportsman and National Modified Marks, which needs to be done, and I am no fan of why the East Division is snowballed with the Busch North Era. NASCAR went about the pains of disambiguating the Old NASCAR North Tour (1979-1985) and The Busch Grand National North Tour (1987-2006).


I feel tires will always be tires, and before this or last year, it would have been which tire would have been in the Sport or Remarked Series. Motorsports is the one Sport where people would either need to have independent money or assistance to get to an independent bill. I think Manufacturers should be reserved the right to actually change vehicles or redesign within a set period of years.


Why do we have to here the same old people with the same old for sale signs with the same old changes by the season? I can't and us in the public can't fall for the letting anything slide, because you can't be an alcoholic or addict and race or work on race cars. I feel the Icolonials prefer to hide in their office and act like they got a Mad Men Job in 2015 and the agony is, Fast and Faster is not the only way up.


Add Comment  | April 1, 2015
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More Fowl than Funny

Just because its April Fools don't mean I take anything funny laying down. I think what is not so funny is I'd expect a Cancer Diagnosis out of Brian Vickers for having Homer Simpson like Blood Clots. Frankly, I am happy for some odd reason that we don't have Hickory and Nashville Fairgrounds this year.


I can't find any pride in the absence of coaching and teaching. I find its harder to weed out someone hiding in an office vs. A Licensed Teacher. Speaking of which, I think if we had brains, wouldn't it be easier to prosecute Student Athletes who strong arm the law or try to run All American Gangsta schemes, even if their 18 or not. We have had these discussions over and over and before and before and we hardly have any Middle America Jobs any more.


I'd rather earn victories on the field, court, track or ice rather than regretting it forever and a few days. Frankly, if there was Chicken Dances in Iowa, pertinently Northeast Iowa and it wasn't a wedding, folks would run the other way. If we are in love with big numbers, why is it not everyone looks smart with them?


Does the long term look smart in hindsight with being compulsively impulsively impulsive? Obviously, everything looks up or down in the end.


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Kap, Haugh and Sweet Home Newton All Summer Long

I know Kap and Haugh have landed 24's President, which I thought was Saved By The Bell's Principal, which are two different folk, with Dennis Hastert and Dennis "Micro Machines" Haslett, but, I got a hot hand to throw: Why not have Kap and Haugh at Sweet Home Newton All Summer Long for the XFinity Series this Summer?


I got to think, if it's Comcast's Series, say it! And, what's whack,bro, is why is it XFinity and Why don't I hear about Grand National?


I almost feel Denny Hamlin's Win A Year Streak is 10 is Bayside and His 25th is the 4th Since Last Year to claim 25 Wins.


I got a proposition: Why not have the Big Win in the Big State for Austin Dillon? I can't stomach, let alone stand the absence of 1st Time Winners, and I feel that will Kevin Harvick or Kyle Busch try to make back races to counter Ol 6 Time AND His Gang of 6? I feel even though the dial madness is only starting, but, does that mean a 1 Year Old does Sports and we are supposed to know different in 2015? Even though I have a Heart of Gold Made of Steel, I feel Steelheaded enough to want Quality Air in My Racing.


Add Comment  | March 31, 2015
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Why Not Let Regan Smith go for Bonus Points?

Some things are so wrong I didn't want to be right like Palming Dahl's to Nothing and those where good to great people, Rick Barnes being Chicken Liver in Central Texas, when SXSW got ruined last year, X Games got slurred last year, and COTA is trashing Central Texas to the point people are refilling College Station all over S-E-C,S-E-C,S-E-C, and DePaul not getting a good coach because they don't got No Texas Football, and also, G"o"nzaga getting called out as P"o"ser out West and Nationally.


Obviously, what I want to be right is letting Regan Smith or Mike Wallace go for Bonus Points. The Truck Series quality has gone to junk and its usurped the Modifieds as the true 3rd Division. And, I wonder, even though there has to be a legit cause addendum to the license rule because let's just say Jimmie Johnson was Dennis Setzered over Denny Hamlin running every Preseason Thunder and Lightning vs. JJ running the Cup Tour? It's 2015, Dennis Setzer is STILL Salty after all these years, and he couldn't even bring himself to celebrate the biggest Short Track Title next to Nashville.


I don't buy excuses, or Because She or He is Coach or Teach. Can't we guage athletes to a bigger world again and I wish Des Moines could have their own say over THEIR Club Downtown? I feel sick that the Big Club benefitted at the expense of the Little Club and the obvious root of the New School 2KS,10s, and Teens and Old School 70s,80s, and 90s Hip Hop is New York City being down. Los Angeles, West Coast and Pacific Coast States where down for years, but, again, every one has cycles, and I get sicker than a dog if Isles-Rangers came back for the City, but no 5 Boroughs Hip Hop or the Knicks regretting letting Landry Fields and Linsanity being the next Patrick Ewings, and the Nets are 1 Lockout from Folding.


Add Comment  | March 30, 2015
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Stock Car Bowl VII 03292015

1 59-Trista Stevenson 4


2 8-Chase Elliott         3


3 4-Kevin Harvick       2


4 48-Jimmie Johnson  2


5 3-Austin Dillon        2


6 28-Mason Mitchell  2


7 11-Denny Hamlin  1


8 2-Brad Keselowski 1


9 22-Joey Logano    1


10 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1


11 20-Matt Kenseth 1


12 95-Michael McDowell 1


13 7-Alex Bowman 1


14 46-Michael Annett 1


15 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


16 43-Aric Amirola     1


17 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


18 15-Clint Bowyer     1


Add Comment  | March 29, 2015
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IndyBowl I After St. Pete

1 2-JP Montoya   10


2 1-Will Power      6


3 10-Tony Kanaan 4


4 3-Helio Castroneves 3


5 22-Simon Pagenaud 2


6 11- Sebastien Bourdais 1


After 1 of 33 Rounds


1 2-JP Montoya  10 -                  1 Win


2 1-Will Power    6  4


3 10-Tony Kanaan 4 6


4 3-Helio Castroneves 3 7


5 22-Simon Pagenaud 2 8


6 11-Sebastien Bourdais 1 9


Notes: Abnormally Chevy, and for the 1st New Orleans Indy Car Race, which has no notebook even though I begged for someone to go to New Orleans for years and the Cajun Nationals Revival is the Lucas Oil Conference's Equal to the US Nationals for the Mello Yello Conference, and the Winner gets 10 Bonus Points.


Add Comment  | March 29, 2015
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The More Racing League

I feel that for as salty as I would have been thinking 9 More Weeks of Winter like I was in the Twin Cities and the Season Premiere of IndyCar was in Hickory and not Tampa Bay, we'd have to realize we'd need More Racing Leagues, not No Racing Leagues. And, we have more Short Tracks than Road Courses, and, the sadness is, Road Racing has no legs to stand on, with no Shelby, Thompson and Donahue, and down the road, No Alonso,Schumi, Bianchi, Sir Jackie and Parnelli leaving an empty hill for Road Racing.


I am not having no Miami Vice Money like it came in 1984, and why Randy Lanier Paroled to our streets? Frankly, people who are Adults, Young Adults and Adolescents have sadly forgot the majesty of Indy and Sports Car. Humpty Dumpty is not a Rich Man and I'd find consummate professionalism triumph over repression, lies and mockeries. And, no, Dallara is not helping anyone but themselves.


If Monza goes, Formula One Goes, Ferrari Goes, Hockenheim Goes and Magny Cours has been long gone since 2010 for a robbery of a Montreal Contract. I think that I am taking Justin Wilson going with an Indy Only Package as a step down. And, I have said a Million (or A Milli) Times before that I would refuse to support an Unemployed or Part Time Justin Wilson and I would like to see Honda try a K and N West and Truck Package, because where are the Sports Car Options for JW?


Add Comment  | March 28, 2015
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IndyBowl I 03242015

1. With Irwindale being tore up or rumored to be tore up, I think it has everything to do with everything with the Los Angeles NFL Project that Commissioner Goodell is trying to finish.


2. Fans and Sponsors aren't real happy with the same old people with the same old for sale signs and the same old sponsor movements every Winter and


3. I will retain the Indy Bowl I 33 for 2015


1 3-29 St. Petersburg


M 2 4-12 NOLA


M 3 4-19 Long Beach


3 4-26 Barber


5 5-9 Indianapolis RC


6 5-16 Indy Pole Day


7 5-17 Indy Bump Day


M 8 5-24 99th Indianapolis 500


9 5-30 Detroit 1


10 5-31 Detroit 2


11 6-2 Mesquite BONUS The Off Broadway 25/16


12 6-4 Texas Motor DIRT BONUS Race For the Golden Apple 25/16


M 13 6-6 Texas Motor SUPER


14 6-14 Toronto


15 6-27 Fontana Honda 500


16 7-1 DuQuion BONUS Mud Bowl 200 25/16


M 17 7-2 Springfield Mile BONUS The Springfield Derby 50 25/16


18 7-7 Rockford The Rockford Derby 100 25/16


19 7-12 The Milwaukee Mile


20 7-14 Cedar County BONUS The Tiger 50 25/16


M 21 7-15 Knoxville BONUS The Panther 30 25/16


M 22 7-18 Sweet Home Newton,All Summer Long!


23 7-27 Berlin BONUS W. Michigan Chevy Dealers 100 25/16


24 7-28 Toledo BONUS NW Ohio 100 25/16


25 8-2 Mid Ohio


26 8-11 LaCrosse BONUS Car Crusher 50 25/16


27 8-17 Wms Grove BONUS The Pennsylvanian 30 25/16


28 8-23 Pocono


29 8-25 Gateway BONUS MO-IL Dodge Dealers 75 25/16


30 9-26 Colo. Natl BONUS The Western National 100 25/16


31 8-30 Sonoma


32 9-14 Memphis BONUS The Blues Bowl 50 25/16


M 33 9-21 Indy Bowl I Montgomery Motor Speedway Montgomery,AL


Points


10 1st


6 2nd


4 3rd


3 4th


2 5th


1 6th


BONUS TWIN 10 Front Row 10 Pole


BONUS Major


10 1 Win


20 2 Wins


30 3 Wins


40 4 Wins


50 5 Wins


60 6 Wins


70 7 Wins


80 8 Win


Add Comment  | March 24, 2015
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Week 12 Driver of the Year

1 Cory McClenathan NHRA 25 25


2 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 16 16


3 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 14 44


4 Ted Christopher SK Modified 12 12


5 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 10 30


6 Donnie Hamrac Monsters of Modifed 8 8


7 Elliott Sadler XFinity 6 6


8 Rodney Sanders USMTS 5 9


9 Tony Kanaan IndyCar 4 5


10 Bubba Pollard SSS 3 8


11 Mike Nichols IMCA 2 60


12 Danny Lasoski ASCS 1 15


After 12 of 40 Events


1 Nehreen Ismail WRC 63 -


1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 63 -


3 Mike Nichols IMCA 60 3


4 Jordan Weaver ASCS 38 25


5 Trey Marcham USAC 37 26


6 Mason Mitchell ARCA 34 29


7 Chris Porter ANDRA 33 30


8 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 30 33


9 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 30 33


10 Dennis Mwenda WRC 27 36


11 Cory McClenathan NHRA 25 38


12 Mike Wallace XFinity 25 38


13 Mike Garvey SSS 25 38


14 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 38


15 McKenna Haase ASCS 25 38


16 Tamara Jones WRC 22 41


17 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 18 45


18 Carl Renezeder Lucas Oil Off Road 16 47


19 Cole Whitt Sprint Cup 16 47


20 Christopher Bell USAC 16 47


21 Carlos Contreras XFinity 16 47


22 Kenzie Ruston K and N 16 47


23 Clay Millican NHRA 16 47


24 Danny Jennings ASCS 16 47


25 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 47


26 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 47


27 Danny Lasoski ASCS 15 48


28 Ken Block Global Rallycross 15 48


29 Cale Conley XFinity 14 49


30 Kenny Habul XFinity 14 49


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31 Eddie Krawiec NHRA 14 49


32 Michael Courtney Southern Nat'ls Series 14 49


33 Todd Jackins International Snowmobile Racing 14 49


34 Josef Newgarden Indycar 14 49


35 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 49


36 Travis Cope Whelen AA 13 50


37 Ted Christopher SK Modifieds 12 51


38 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 12 51


39 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 51


40 Justin Bonsignore SK Modifieds 12 51


41 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 12 51


42 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 51


43 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 51


44 Joey Gase XFinity 10 53


45 Daniel Suarez XFinity 10 53


46 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 10 53


47 Antonio Apicella F2000 Americas 10 53


48 Ty Dillon XFinity 10 53


49 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 10 53


50 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 53


51 Rodney Sanders USMTS 9 54


52 Donnie Hamrac Monsters of Modified 8 55


53 Michael Annett Sprint Cup 8 55


54 Blake Koch XFinity 8 55


55 Bubba Pollard SSS 8 55


56 Alfonso Celis,Jr. LATAM Challenge Series 8 55


57 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 55


58 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 55


59 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 55


60 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 55


61 Devin Robertson .U.S. Legend Cars 8 55


62 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 56


63 Elliott Sadler XFinity 6 57


64 Reed Sorenson Sprint Cup 6 57


65 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 6 57


66 Eric McClure XFinity 6 57


67 Justin Barcia AMASX 6 57


68 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 57


69 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 57


70 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 57


71 Tony Kanaan Indy Car 5 58


72 Angie Smith NHRA 5 58


73 Joey Coulter Trucks 5 58


74 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Drag Boat 5 58


75 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 58


76 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 58


77 Matt Smith NHRA 4 59


78 Anne Pladson USXC 4 59


79 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 4 59


80 Ho-Pin Tung Asian LeMans 4 59


81 Gianmaria Bruni European LeMans 4 59


82 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 59


83 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 59


84 Scott Pruett USCR 4 59


85 Chris Ennis USAC 3 60


86 Allen Hopp IMCA 3 60


87 Cameron Beaubier AMA Daytona SB 3 60


88 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 3 60


89 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 60


90 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 60


91 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 60


92 Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 60


93 Jeff Gordon Sprint Cup 2 61


94 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 2 61


95 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 61


96 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 61


97 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 61


98 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 61


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Stock Car Bowl VII 3-22-2015

1 59-Trista Stevenson 4


2 8-Chase Elliott        3


3 4-Kevin Harvick      2


4 48-Jimmie Johnson 2


5 3-Austin Dillon       2


6 28-Mason Mitchell  2


7 2-Brad Keselowski  1


8 22-Joey Logano    1


9 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1


10 20-Matt Kenseth  1


11 95-Michael McDowell 1


12 7-Alex Bowman     1


13 46-Michael Annett  1


14 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


15 43-Aric Amirola    1


16 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


17 15-Clint Bowyer   1


Add Comment  | March 23, 2015
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Kings vs. P"o"sers

I feel what is in the Arson of the Vanities, the nasty, bad for everything, icolonial sequel to Tom Wolfe's "Bonfire of the Vanities" in 1987 when sadly, the Icolonialists started to strong arm their way through the door. Even though we have Bob Dylan Streaks, Hardly ANY Hollywood, and Carson's TRL, Carson's Tonight, Rap City and Terrence and Rocsi all go to the History Books, but,  did this years old tragic lion/lioness even idiologically approve/condone of the actions, and we get gassed on Personal Shoppers with no true Riches, Wealth or Fame.


I can't stand why some athletes are even more antisocial more so than some of my Uncles? If Joe Thornton would be the most Complicated American NHL Hero, even more so than Pat LaFontaine, and joins Theo Fleury , Bob Probert and Eric Lindros as the all complicated front line, including Patrick Roy. And, I think Money takes pride in bullying the Establishment and everyone knows we need a Fight Commission to have everything from School Wrestling, to UFC, Boxing and WWF Wrestling in the same corner.


It feels like everyone wants to "Keep Up", but not everyone wants to stay. I feel kids need good, and if the parents keep causing issues vs. being The Mast or The Law, it would stink. And, if you let anyone finger through all that so and so and such and such got/worked for since 16, and that wasn't enough, that is a very problematic issue.


Add Comment  | March 20, 2015
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2015 1st Quarter Driver of The Quarter

1 Mike Wallace XFinity  25 25


2 Carlos Contreras XFinity 16 16


3 Cale Conley XFinity 14 14


4 Nehreen Ismail WRC 12 53


5 Joey Gase XFinity 10 10


6 Blake Koch Xfinity 8 8


7 Mason Mitchell ARCA 6 31


8 Joey Coulter Trucks 5 5


9 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 4 4


10 Allen Hopp IMCA 3 3


11 Mike Nichols IMCA 2 52


12 Andy Eckrich 1 34


1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter Bonus Points


1 Nehreen Ismail WRC 53+10=63


2 Mike Nichols IMCA  52+6=58


3 Andy Eckrich IMCA 34+4=38


4 Mason Mitchell ARCA 31+3=34


5 Chris Porter ANDRA 31+2=33


6 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 29+1=30


And Without Further Ado, I will Pronounce Nehreen Ismail 2015's 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


1 Nehreen Ismail WRC 63 -


2015 1st Quarter Driver of the Quarter


2 Mike Nichols IMCA 62 1


3 Andy Eckrich IMCA 38 25


4 Mason Mitchell ARCA 34 29


5 Chris Porter ANDRA 33 30


6 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 30 33


7 Dennis Mwenda WRC 27 36


8 Mike Wallace XFinity 25 38


9 Trey Marcham USAC 25 38


10 Mike Garvey SSS 25 38


11 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 38


12 McKenna Haase ASCS 24 39


13 Jordan Weaver ASCS 24 39


14 Tamara Jones WRC 22 41


15 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 20 43


16 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 18 45


17 Carlos Contreras XFinity 16 47


18 Kenzie Ruston K and N 16 47


19 Clay Millican NHRA 16 47


20 Danny Jennings ASCS 16 47


21 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 47


22 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 47


23 Cale Conley XFinity 14 49


24 Kenny Habul XFinity 14 49


25 Eddie Krawiec NHRA 14 49


26 Ken Block Global Rallycross 14 49


27 Danny Lasoski ASCS 14 49


28 Michael Courtney Southern Nationals Series 14 49


29 Todd Jackins International Snowmobile Racing 14 49


30 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 49


NOT RANKED


31 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 49


32 Travis Cope Whelen AA 13 50


33 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 12 51


34 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 51


35 Justin Bonsignore SK Modifieds 12 51


36 Cooper Webb AMASX Lites 12 51


37 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 12 51


38 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 51


39 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 51


40 Joey Gase XFinity 12 51


41 Daniel Suarez XFinity 10 53


42 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 10 53


43 Antonio Apicella F200 Americas 10 53


44 Ty Dillon XFinity 10 53


45 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 10 53


46 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 53


47 Blake Koch XFinity 8 55


48 Alfonso Celis,Jr. LATAM Challenge Series 8 55


49 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 55


50 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 55


51 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 55


52 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 55


53 Bryan Silas Trucks 8 55


54 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 55


55 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 56


56 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 6 57


57 Christopher Bell USAC 6 57


58 Eric McClure XFinity 6 57


59 Justin Barcia AMASX 6 57


60 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 57


61 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 57


62 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 57


63 Joey Coulter Trucks 5 58


64 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Drag Boat 5 58


65 Bubba Pollard SSS 5 58


66 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 58


67 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 58


68 Brad Keselowski Sprint Cup 4 59


69 Ho-Pin Tung Asian LeMans 4 59


70 Gianmaria Bruno European LeMans 4 59


71 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 59


72 Anne Pladson USXC 4 59


73 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 59


74 Scott Pruett USCR 4 59


75 Rodney Sanders USMTS 4 59


76 Allen Hopp IMCA 3 60


77 Cameron Beaubier AMA Daytona SB 3 60


78 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 3 60


79 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 60


80 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 60


81 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 60


82 Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 60


83 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 2 61


84 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 61


85 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 61


86 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 61


87 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 61


88 Tony Kanaan IndyCar 1 62


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NHRA Fast 16 After 1 of 4 Events

1 Dave Connolly  TF 120 6-0 1


2 V.Gaines        PSC 100 5-1 2


3 Hector Arana,Jr. PSM 80 4-1 3


4 Cruz Pedregon  FC 80 4-1 4


5 Matt Hagan      FC 60 3-1 5


6 Eddie Krawiec PSM 60 3-1 6


7 Drew Skillman PSC 60 3-1 7


8 Terry McMillen TF 60 3-1 8


9 Leah Pritchett TF 40 2-1 9


10 Larry Morgan PSC 40 2-1 10


11 Tim Wilkerson FC 40 2-1 11


12 Matt Smith PSM 40 2-1 12


13 Allen Johnson PSC 40 2-1 13


14 Clay Millican FC 40 2-1 14


15 Chaz Kennedy III PSM 40 2-1 15


16 Gary Densham FC 40 2-1 16


Englishtown- Summernationals Potential Entries


PSM


1 Scotty Pollacheck 2014 World Champion 1 of 2 O-fers as National and World Champion Last Year


PSC


No Remarked Potential Entries, but if Jeg Coughlin Jr. 2013 World Champion reentered the Cockpit, it'd be different.



FC


Ron Capps 2013 US Nationals  Granted, Ron Capps has been the Greatest Never to be National and World Champion in Real Life, but, this was the genesis of my Drag Race Bowl Series


 


TF


Clay Millican 2014 US Nationals Even though Clay Millican hasn't won an NHRA National Event yet, but,  this was the 1st of my 2 O-fer National Champions



Dave Connolly 2015 Gatornationals My 1st Points Drag Race Bowl Winner and the other successful Stock Nitro Crossovers are Al Hofmann, The Grays (Johnny, Johnathan, and Shane) and Antron Brown. Still is on his 40 Rounds.


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Drag Race Bowl Standings After 1 of 4 Events

Top Fuel Standings                    -       W-L


1 Dave Connolly    120             -        6-0


2 Terry McMillen     60            60      3-1


3 Leah Pritchett     40            80      2-1


4 Clay Millican      40             80      2-1


5 Shawn Langdon 20          100      1-1


6 Larry Dixon,Jr. 20           100      1-1


7 Brittany Force  20           100     1-1


8 Troy Buff        20            100     1-1


9 Antron Brown   0            120    0-1


10 Spencer Massey  0       120     0-1


11 Richie Crampton  0      120     0-1


12 Doug Kalitta       0       120    0-1


13 Steve Torrence   0      120     0-1


14 Tony Schumacher 0    120    0-1


15 Steve Chrisman  0     120    0-1


16 JR Todd             0     120   0-1


Pro Stock Car Standings     -     W-L


1 V. Gaines        100                5-1


2 Drew Skillman  60       40      3-1


3 Larry Morgan   40       60     2-1


4 Allen Johnson  40       60     2-1


5 Jason Line      20     100     1-1


6 Erica Enders Stevens 20 100 1-1


7 Rodger Brogdon 20 100 1-1


8 Shane Gray      20 100 1-1


9 Chris McGaha    0  120 0-1


10 Greg Anderson 0 120 0-1


11 Vincent Nobile 0 120 0-1


12 Johnny Gray  0 120 0-1


13 Joey Grose 0 120 0-1


14 Matthew Hartford 0 120 0-1


15 Deric Kramer  0 120 0-1


16 Jeffrey Isbell 0 120 0-1


Funny Car Standings    -      W-L


1 Cruz Pedregon  80            4-1


2 Matt Hagan     60  20       3-1


3 Tim Wilkerson 40 40        2-1


4 Gary Densham 40 40      2-1


5 Ron Capps        20  60   1-1


6 Courtney Force 20  60  1-1


7 Bob Bode,Jr.    20 60  1-1


8 Tony Pedregon 20 60 1-1


9 Del Worsham  0  80 0-1


10 Robert Hight 0 80 0-1


11 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 0 80 0-1


12 John Hale 0 80 0-1


13 John Force 0 80 0-1


14 Alexis DeJoria 0 80 0-1


15 Chad Head 0 80 0-1


16 Jeff Arend 0 80 0-1


Pro Stock Motorcycle  -   W-L


1 Hector Arana,Jr.  80      4-1


2 Eddie Krawiec     60  20 3-1


3 Matt Smith        40  40 2-1


4 Chaz Kennedy III 40 40 2-1


5 Andrew Hines    20 60 1-1


6 Scotty Pollacheck 20 60 1-1


7 Angelle Sampey 20 60 1-1


8 Hector Arana,Sr. 20 60 1-1


9 Angie Smith 0 80 0-1


10 Shawn Gann 0 80 0-1


11 Jimmy Underdahl 0 80 0-1


12 Mike Berry 0 80 0-1


13 Eddie Reed 0 80 0-1


14 Mike Olsen 0 80 0-1


15 Brian Pretzel 0 80 0-1


16 Lance Bonham 0 80 0-1


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Why Not Have Talib Kweli be Kevin Harvick's Special Guest for the All Star Race?

I think with Kevin Harvick going into Bobby Allison territory, and instead of the Death Star, I'd be more leading toward the Black Star like Talib Kwali and Mos Def. Even though Hip Hop does not have an entree into my Sport like Nashville Country, but, I like Black Star better than Death Star.


I don't think I'd love Talib Kweli performing like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, because that was one Old School scaring off another Old School. I'd feel that Talib Kweli and Mos Def should be Kevin Harvick's Special Guest for the All Star Race in Charlotte because of these reasons:


1. We have NO 106 and Park.


2. Viacom can't handle the Music Business EVER Again.


3. And, I feel that who wants to play Defense to Harvick's Offense?


4. East Tennessee Says That's STILL Their Car.


5. I am wanting Good to Greater Public Relations.


6. Mos Def and Talib Kweli does their craft like Kevin Harvick for the Nothing and not just the approval of Corporate America.


7. We don't have Terrence and Rocsi.


8. It would give the Wu Tang Clan a chance to Sponsor Elliott Sadler.


9. Have Ron Hornaday,Jr. in the 30, David Mayhew in the 05 to make it like Troy Ave's 3005 (Sorry, 3015 wouldn't jump the same)


10. And bring Nike into the Sport for the Kids. And For All Time.


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Stock Car Bowl 3-15-15

Editors Note : I am still croutchety over not having a First Time Winner, like it was still eating and breathing. And, too, I think the Enfinger-Mitchell Road Brownies Theory is sadly all figured out like Big Sean Song, but, if Mason Mitchell and his Valley Tiger Winners can't perform in front of the natives of the Central Iowa Prairie, but, Zach Ralston attacks and hits Home Runs like He Is the 2nd Coming of Cal Ripken,Jr. , which is something Baltimore and the Orioles Baseball Club would relish, but, he is Springville and he has to go all out or nothing like Ace Hood.


1 59- Trista Stevenson    4


2  8-Chase Elliott            3


3 4-Kevin Harvick           2


Has his 30th Win, and is solidly in the Middle Class of NASCAR Cup History, which is something Bobby LaBonte and Dale Jarrett didn't do in Wins, but, I would like to see a statistician rifle through all of the NASCAR History Books to see who'd challenge The King and Richie Evans in NASCAR and Stock Cars.


4 48-Jimmie Johnson  2


It's Horseshoe Time, and all joking aside, not every one loves, or feels comfortable with a Harvick Defense. Would we have felt comfortable with an Ernie Irvan Defense?


5 3- Austin Dillon   2


I hate to keep pumping up Bulletpoints for you readers, but, a lot of folks and careers don't appreciate or realize the Power of the 3 because it was so down for so long.


6 28- Mason Mitchell 2


Valley Tigers NEED to be National and World Winners, and I feel that because you can't just take up space in an Interview Room vs. Someone who Earned their Nice Toys and a Piece or World of Heaven through straight work.


7 22- Joey Logano 1


8 88-Dale Earnhardt, Jr. 1


9 20-Matt Kenseth 1


10 95-Michael McDowell 1


11 7-Alex Bowman 1


12 46-Michael Annett 1


13 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


14 43-Aric Amirola 1


15 15-Clint Bowyer 1


16 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


 


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Drag Race Bowl Gatornationals Finals

TF 12 Dave Connolly over PSC 12 V. Gaines


And this is the 1st Drag Race Bowl for Real Points , and my first prediction based Points Racing. And on April 13th, I will start my Weekly Pick of my Knoxville Winner, irregardless of class. I feel that it would consolidate the A-Main Results and my Predictions, because I feel my bread and butter is on  the A-Main.


The moral : Don't let money roll away. I know I am not even close to conservative politcally, but, moneywise, its a different issue we need to be on. I know Knoxville Raceway through the wires is trying Fantasy Racing on their own for their weekly program, from the Internet whispers, but, we can't all fall for Gambino, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Jackson. All joking aside, I doubt I'd ever want to be Tonto, Tito, Toto or Rachel ever again.


That is just how I feel. Also, the lone Non-Saturday Drag Race Bowl Finals is the Summernationals and for my Summernationals Card of Sure Fire Combantants are in Pro Stock Motorcyle Scotty Pollacheck, Pro Stock Car has no Sure Fire Cards for the Summernationals, Funny Car has Ron Capps, and Top Fuel has Dave Connolly and Clay Millican.


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NHRA Fast16 After 5 Rounds

1 Dave Connolly TF 100 5-0 1


2 V. Gaines      PSC  100 5-0 4 +2


3 Hector Arana,Jr. PSM 80 4-1 2 -1


4 Cruz Pedregon FC 80 4-1 3 -1


5 Matt Hagan  FC 60 3-1 5


6 Eddie Krawiec PSM 60 3-1 6


7 Drew Skillman PSC 60 3-1 7


8 Terry McMillen TF 60 3-1 8


9 Leah Pritchett TF 40 2-1 9


10 Larry Morgan PSC 40 2-1 10


11 Tim Wilkerson FC 40 2-1 11


12 Matt Smith PSM 40 2-1 12


13 Allen Johnson PSC 40 2-1 13


14 Clay Millican TF 40 2-1 14


15 Chaz Kennedy III PSM 2-1 15


16 Gary Densham FC 2-1 16


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Drag Race Bowl Standings After 5 Rounds

Top Fuel Standings                                -        W-L


1 Dave Connolly              100                         5-0


2 Terry McMillen                60             40       3-1


3 Leah Pritchett                40             60       2-1


4 Clay Millican                  40             60       2-1


5 Shawn Langdon            20              80        1-1


6 Larry Dixon,Jr.             20              80         1-1


7 Brittany Force              20             80          1-1


8 Troy Buff                     20            80           1-1


9 Antron Brown              0             100          0-1


10 Spencer Massey         0            100          0-1


11 Richie Crampton        0            100          0-1


12 Doug Kalitta             0            100          0-1


13 Steve Torrence        0             100         0-1


14 Tony Schumacher    0            100          0-1


15 Steve Chrisman     0             100          0-1


16 JR Todd               0              100          0-1


Pro Stock Car Standings              -           W-L


1 V. Gaines          100                             5-0


2 Drew Skillman    60               40           3-1


3 Larry Morgan     40               60            2-1


4 Allen Johnson    40               60            2-1


5 Jason Line         20              80            1-1


6 Erica Enders Stevens 20       80            1-1


7 Rodger Brogdon  20            80             1-1


8 Shane Gray      20             80              1-1


9 Chris McGaha    0            100             0-1


10 Greg Anderson  0          100             0-1


11 Vincent Nobile   0          100             0-1


12 Johnny Gray     0           100            0-1


13 Joey Grose      0           100             0-1


14 Matthew Hartford 0       100             0-1


15 Deric Kramer  0            100             0-1


16 Jeffrey Isbell  0            100             0-1


Funny Car Standings          -               W-L


1 Cruz Pedregon    80                         4-1


2 Matt Hagan        60        20             3-1


3 Tim Wilkerson    40       40              2-1


4 Gary Densham  40       40              2-1


5 Ron Capps       20        60              1-1


6 Courtney Force  20      60               1-1


7 Bob Bode,Jr.     20       60              1-1


8 Tony Pedregon 20       60               1-1


9 Del Worsham    0       80                0-1


10 Robert Hight  0        80                0-1


11 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 0     80          0-1


12 John Hale       0         80            0-1


13 John Force     0         80            0-1


14 Alexis DeJoria  0       80            0-1


15 Chad Head      0       80            0-1


16 Jeff Arend       0       80            0-1


Pro Stock Motorcycle Standings     -       W-L


1 Hector Arana,Jr.          80                   4-1


2 Eddie Krawiec            60        20        3-1


3 Matt Smith                40        40       2-1


4 Chaz Kennedy III      40        40        2-1


5 Andrew Hines           20        60        1-1


6 Scotty Pollacheck     20        60        1-1


7 Hector Arana,Sr.      20       60         1-1


8 Angelle Sampey     20        60          1-1


9 Angie Smith           0         80          0-1


10 Shawn Gann        0         80          0-1


11 Jimmy Underdahl  0       80           0-1


12 Mike Berry          0         80          0-1


13 Eddie Reed         0         80         0-1


14 Mike Olsen         0         80         0-1


15 Brian Pretzel      0         80         0-1


16 Lance Bonham   0        80         0-1


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Gatornationals Conf Finals

Stock Conference


PSC 12 V. Gaines over PSM 5 Hector Arana, Jr.


Nitro Conference


TF 12 Dave Connolly over FC 10 Cruz Pedregon


Gatornationals Finals


V. Gaines vs. Dave Connolly Actually, an Old Pro Stock Car Rivalry and I wanted to pump up the Stock Nitro Intermural because the best successful example prior to Antron Brown going Nitro from Stock was The Late Al Hoffman and even though Shane and Johnny Gray did the Nitro Stock Cycle, but, I am curious was that Johnathan Gray because they are purpose designed vehicles and I wonder if anyone cycled through the Mello Yello Series for Entire Seasons Successfully from Top Fuel to Funny Car to Pro StocK Car to Pro Stock Motorcycle would have to be skilled , or they'd make Nitro Alley Upset.


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NHRA Fast 16 After 4 Rounds

1 Dave Connolly TF 80 4-0 4 +3


2 Hector Arana,Jr. PSM 80 4-0 5 +3


3 Cruz Pedregon FC 80 4-0 6 +3


4 V. Gaines PSC 80 4-0 8 +4


5 Matt Hagan FC 60 3-1 1-4


6 Eddie Krawiek PSM 60 3-1 2-4


7 Drew Skillman PSC 60 3-1 3 -4


8 Terry McMillen TF 60 3-1 7 -1


9 Leah Pritchett TF40 2-1 9


10 Larry Morgan PSC 40 2-1 10


11 Tim Wilkerson FC 40 2-1 11


12 Matt Smith PSM 40 2-1 12


13 Allen Johnson PSC 40 2-1 13


14 Clay Millican FC 40 2-1 14


15 Chaz Kennedy III PSM 40 2-1 15


16 Gary Densham FC 40 2-1 16


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Drag Race Bowl Standings After 4 Rounds

    Pro Stock Motorcycle                 -            W-L


1 Hector Arana,Jr.   80                              4-0


2 Eddie Krawiec      60                 20         3-1


3 Matt Smith          40                 40         2-1


4 Chaz Kennedy III 40                 40       2-1


5 Andrew Hines      20                 60       1-1


6 Scotty Pollacheck 20                60        1-1


7 Hector Arana,Sr. 20                60        1-1


8 Angelle Sampey  20               60         1-1


9 Angie Smith        0                80         0-1


10 Shawn Gann     0                80         0-1


11 Jimmy Underdahl  0           80          0-1


12 Mike Berry        0              80         0-1


13 Eddie Reed       0              80         0-1


14 Mike Olsen       0              80         0-1


15 Brian Pretzel    0             80          0-1


16 Lance Bonham  0            80          0-1


Pro Stock Car                      -           W-L


1 V. Gaines         80                        4-0


2 Drew Skillman   60         20         3-1


3 Larry Morgan     40         40        2-1


4 Allen Johnson    40          40       2-1


5 Jason Line        20          60       1-1


6 Erica Enders Stevens 20   60     1-1


7 Rodger Brogdon  20        60      1-1


8 Shane Gray        20        60      1-1


9 Chris McGaha      0        80      0-1


10 Greg Anderson  0        80      0-1


11 Vincent Nobile   0       80      0-1


12 Johnny Gray     0       80      0-1


13 Joey Grose      0       80      0-1


14 Matthew Hartford 0   80     0-1


15 Deric Kramer     0     80     0-1


16 Jeffrey Isbell     0     80    0-1


Funny Car Standings     -     W-L


1 Cruz Pedregon   80          4-0


2 Matt Hagan       60  20     3-1


3 Tim Wilkerson  40  40     2-1


4 Gary Densham 40 40     2-1


5 Ron Capps      20  60     1-1


6 Courtney Force  20 60    1-1


7 Bob Bode,Jr.  20  60     1-1


8 Tony Pedregon 20 60   1-1


9 Del Worsham    0  80   0-1


10 Robert Hight   0  80   0-1


11 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 0  80 0-1


12 John Hale   0       80  0-1


13 John Force  0       80 0-1


14 Alexis DeJoria 0   80  0-1


15 Chad Head   0    80 0-1


16 Jeff Arend  0  80 0-1


Top Fuel Standings     -    W-L


1 Dave Connolly  80       4-0


2 Terry McMillen  60 20 3-1


3 Leah Pritchett  40 40 2-1


4 Clay Millican  40 40 2-1


5 Shawn Langdon 20 60 1-1


6 Larry Dixon,Jr. 20 60 1-1


7 Brittany Force 20 60 1-1


8 Troy Buff  20  60 1-1


9 Antron Brown 0 80 0-1


10 Spencer Massey 0 80 0-1


11 Richie Crampton 0 80 0-1


12 Doug Kalitta 0 80 0-1


13 Steve Torrence 0 80 0-1


14 Tony Schumacher 0 80 0-1


15 Steve Chrisman 0 80 0-1


16 JR Todd 0  80  0-1


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Drag Race Bowl Midfinals Gatornationals

Pro Stock Motorcycle


5 Arana,Jr. over 2 Krawiec


Pro Stock Car


12 V.Gaines over 2 Skillman


Funny Car


10 C. Pedregon over 1 Hagan


Top Fuel


12 Connolly over 14 McMillen


Drag Race Bowl Gatornationals


Stock


V Gaines vs. Arana, Jr.


Nitro


Connolly vs. C. Pedregon


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2015 Fast 16 After 3 Rounds

1 Matt Hagan FC 60 3-0 1


2 Eddie Krawiec PSM 60 3-0 2


3 Drew Skillman PSC 60 3-0 3


4 Dave Connolly TF 60 3-0 5 +1


5 Hector Arana,Jr. PSM 60 3-0 7 +2


6 Cruz Pedregon FC 60 3-0 8 +2


7 Terry McMillen TF 6-0 3-0 12 +5


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


9 Leah Pritchett TF 40 2-1 5 -4


10 Larry Morgan PSC 40 2-1 6-4


11 Tim Wilkerson FC 40 2-1 9 -2


12 Matt Smith PSM 40 2-1 10 -2


13 Allen Johnson PSC 2-1 11 -2


14 Clay Millican TF 2-1 13 -1


15 Chaz Kennedy III PSM 40 2-1 15


16 Gary Densham PC 40 2-1 16


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Drag Race Bowl Standings After Gatornationals Midfinals

                                    Pro Stock Motorcycle


                                                                 -         W-L


1 Eddie Krawiec                    60                            3-0


2 Hector Arana,Jr.                 60                            3-0


3 Matt Smith                         40                 20       2-1


4 Chaz Kennedy III               40                  20       2-1


5 Andrew Hines                    20                  40        1-1


6 Scotty Pollacheck               20                 40         1-1


7 Hector Arana,Sr.                20                 40         1-1


8 Angelle Sampey                 20                 40        1-1


9 Angie Smith                        0                 60        0-1


10 Shawn Gann                     0                60          0-1


11 Jimmy Underdahl              0                60         0-1


12 Mike Berry                       0                60          0-1


13 Eddie Reed                     0                60           0-1


14 Mike Olsen                     0               60            0-1


15 Brian Pretzel                  0               60             0-1


16 Lance Bonham               0               60             0-1


Pro Stock Car Standings                       -              W-L


1 Drew Skillman               60                               3-0


2 V. Gaines                      60                               3-0


3 Larry Morgan                40               20             2-1


4 Allen Johnson               40               20             2-1


5 Jason Line                   20               40              1-1


6 Erica Enders Stevens    20              40               1-1


7 Rodger Brogdon           20              40               1-1


8 Shane Gray                 20              40               1-1


9 Chris McGaha                0              60              0-1


10 Greg Anderson            0              60               0-1


11 Vincent Nobile            0               60              0-1


12 Johnny Gray               0              60               0-1


13 Joey Grose                 0             60                0-1


14 Matthew Hartford       0             60                0-1


15 Deric Kramer             0            60                 0-1


16 Jeffrey Isbell             0           60                  0-1


Funny Car Standings                   -                    W-L


1 Matt Hagan               60          -                     3-0


2 Cruz Pedregon           60                                3-0


3 Tim Wilkerson           40        20                   2-1


4 Gary Densham          40       20                    2-1


5 Ron Capps                20      40                     1-1


6 Courtney Force         20      40                      1-1


7 Bob Bode,Jr.            20       40                     1-1


8 Tony Pedregon         20      40                     1-1


9 Del Worsham            0       60                    0-1


10 Robert Hight           0        60                   0-1


11 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 0        60                   0-1


12 John Hale              0        60                   0-1


13 John Force            0        60                   0-1


14 Alexis DeJoria       0      60                     0-1


15 Chad Head           0      60                     0-1


16 Jeff Arend           0      60                     0-1


Top Fuel Standings           -                     W-L


1 Dave Connolly     60                            3-0


2 Terry McMillen    60                            3-0


3 Leah Pritchett     40     20                   2-1


4 Clay Millican       40     20                   2-1


5 Shawn Langdon  20    40                   1-1


6 Larry Dixon,Jr.  20      40                   1-1


7 Brittany Force  20        40                  1-1


8 Troy Buff        20        40                  1-1


9 Antron Brown  0         60                  0-1


10 Spencer Massey 0      60                 0-1


11 Richie Crampton 0     60                0-1


12 Doug Kalitta      0     60                 0-1


13 Steve Torrence  0     60                 0-1


14 Tony Schumacher 0   60               0-1


15 Steve Chrisman     0  60               0-1


16 JR Todd                0  60               0-1


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Mayhem and Agendas

1st of All, why Ron Hornaday,Jr. not available at the region that made him famous in 1984 in Phoenix or 1974 where he started his Stock Car Career in Southern California? And, even though I am championing Mike Wallace's Cause, only because it is the right thing to do, but, why all the mayhem and agendas? Ryan Truex and Parker Kligerman don't have anywhere to race and I am not happy Kurt Busch was allowed to pass!


What it would do, actually, is pressure Rick Hendrick to withdraw his Stewart Haas Support. Even though he is not 100 Percent a Boy Scout, because peer pressure wrecked any model citizenship, which is in regret,recidivism, and recrimination. And, I'd see Smoke the Liability, Kevin Harvick bringing back the band from the ashes with Ron Hornaday,Jr. and David Mayhew, Danica trying her hand at Hollywood, and Kurt, well, not even Lee Marvin or my real High School Classmates want any parts of him, as if I had to explain to Katie what a Hard Card was again.


I don't like the same people finding the same old agendas. The Same Old Boys don't do the Same Old Good. And the singlesidedness Gen X Left is not good. And, no, I'd find no harmony in RCR going Winless in Cup, and that cuts through Vinton or Van Horne or Belle Plaine,too. If Kurt Busch bribed NASCAR Officials to get back to the car, I bet money us Colonials never wanted him back to start with.


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Drag Race Bowl Gatornationals Midfinals

Pro Stock Motorcycle


 2 Krawiek over 6 M. Smith


5 Arana,Jr. over 9 Kennedy III


Pro Stock Motorcycle Quarterfinals


 5 Arana,Jr. vs. 2 Krawiek


Pro Stock Car


 2 Skillman over 6 Morgan


 12 V. Gaines over 8 A. Johnson


Pro Stock Car Quarterfinals


12 V.Gaines vs. 2 Skillman


Funny Car


10 C. Pedregon over 14 Densham


1 Hagan over 13 Wilkerson


Funny Car Quarterfinals


10 C. Pedregon vs. 1 Hagan


Top Fuel


14 McMillen over 15 Millican


12 Connolly over 8 Pritchett


Top Fuel Quarterfinals


14 McMillen vs. 12 Connolly


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Alan Johnson can't just roll away that easy

Earlier this year, when Al-Anabi yanked their support from Alan Johnson, it sent aftershocks throughout the racing world. I feel Alan Johnson can not roll away because that is a Generation of National Events and World Titles that would go dark. There is no telling Guy Fieri's Sponsorship will last the year, and I feel with the lettering, it has to be silver, not Black on Black.


The storybook of 2015 is already on the road, and I could tell you who lost a title or won a title at Daytona. And, Al-Anabi pulling their support is not consquence free as a lot of people lost their jobs because of it. The morals of the story is don't ever trust a Prince to do a King's Work and money has to stay local and jobs, too.


IndyCar is 19 Days from Starting and from the still salty looks on my face, Winter wouldn't have ended until Easter Sunday and that would have been Twin Citian. And, to add to the afterburns that make me upset, no one soul has told a time frame over Kyle Busch and that ain't good.


What some of today's athletes think is showmanship vs. sportsmanship and to add to the crux, they want to be Marvin Barnes and not Harrison Barnes as they lose money not playing.


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2015 NHRA Fast 16 After 2 Rounds

1 Matt Hagan FC 40 2-0   1


2 Eddie Krawiek PSM 40 2-0 5 +3


3 Drew Skillman PSC 40 2-0 6 +3


4 Leah Pritchett TF 40 2-0 11 +8


5 Dave Connolly TF 40 2-0 NR


6 Larry Morgan PSC 40 2-0 NR


7 Hector Arana,Jr. PSM 40 2-0 NR


8 Cruz Pedregon FC 40 2-0 NR


9 Tim Wilkerson FC 40 2-0 NR


10 Matt Smith PSM 40 2-0 NR


11 Allen Johnson PSC 40 2-0 NR


12 Terry McMillen TF 40 2-0 NR


13 Clay Millcan TF 40 2-0 NR


14 V. Gaines PSC 40 2-0 NR


15 Chaz Kennedy III PSM 40 2-0 NR


16 Gary Densham FC 40 2-0 NR


Dropped Out: TF Shawn Langdon (2)


                    PSC Jason Line (3)


                    PSM Andrew Hines (4)


                     FC Ron Capps (7)


                    TF Larry Dixon,Jr. (8)


                   PSM Scotty Pollacheck (9)


                   PSC Erica Enders Stevens(10)


                   FC Courtney Force (11)


                  PSM Hector Arana,Sr. (13)


                   PSC Rodger Brogdon (14)


                  FC Bob Bode,Jr. (15)


                 TF Brittany Force (16)


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Drag Race Bowl Standings After 2nd Round Qualifying

Pro Stock Motorcycle                       -            W-L


1 Eddie Krawiek                  40                     2-0


2 Hector Arana,Jr.              40                     2-0


3 Matt Smith                     40                     2-0


4 Chaz Kennedy III           40                      2-0


5 Andrew Hines                20           20       1-1


6 Scotty Pollacheck          20           20       1-1


7 Hector Arana,Sr.           20          20       1-1


8 Angelle Sampey           20          20        1-1


9 Angie Smith                 0           40         0-1


10 Shawn Gann             0            40         0-1


11 Jimmy Underdahl      0           40         0-1


12 Mike Berry               0           40         0-1


13 Eddie Reed              0           40          0-1


14 Mike Olsen               0          40           0-1


15 Brian Pretzel           0           40           0-1


16 Lance Bonham        0          40            0-1


Pro Stock Car                           -             W-L


1 Drew Skillman          40                        2-0


2 Larry Morgan           40                        2-0


3 Allen Johnson          40                        2-0


4 V.Gaines                40                        2-0


5 Jason Line              20            20        1-1


6 Erica Enders Stevens 20          20       1-1


7 Rodger Brogdon       20          20        1-1


8 Shane Gray             20          20         1-1


9 Chris McGaha           0           40         0-1


10 Greg Anderson       0           40         0-1


11 Vincent Nobile       0           40         0-1


12 Johnny Gray         0          40         0-1


13 Joey Grose           0         40          0-1


14 Matthew Hartford  0        40          0-1


15 Deric Kramer       0         40          0-1


16 Jeffrey Isbell       0         40          0-1


Funny Car                          -            W-L


1 Matt Hagan         40                     2-0


2 Cruz Pedregon    40                    2-0


3 Tim Wilkerson    40                    2-0


4 Gary Densham   40                    2-0


5 Ron Capps         20         20       1-1


6 Courtney Force  20        20        1-1


7 Bob Bode,Jr.     20        20        1-1


8 Tony Pedregon  20       20         1-1


9 Del Worsham     0        40         0-1


10 Robert Hight    0        40          0-1


11 Tommy Johnson,Jr. 0  40         0-1


12 John Hale         0       40          0-1


13 John Force       0       40          0-1


14 Alexis DeJoria 0        40          0-1


15 Chad Head     0       40          0-1


16 Jeff Arend     0       40           0-1


Top Fuel                      -           W-L


1 Leah Pritchett  40                  2-0


2 Dave Connolly 40                 2-0


3 Terry McMillen 40               2-0


4 Clay Millican   40               2-0


5 Shawn Langdon 20  20     1-1


6 Larry Dixon,Jr. 20 20       1-1


7 Brittany Force 20  20      1-1


8 Troy Buff        20  20      1-1


9 Antron Brown   0   40     0-1


10 Spencer Massey  0 40  0-1


11 Richie Crampton  0 40 0-1


12 Doug Kalitta      0  40 0-1


13 Steve Torrence  0 40 0-1


14 Tony Schumacher 0 40 0-1


15 Steve Chrisman  0 40  0-1


16 JR Todd             0 40 0-1


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Drag Race Bowl Gatornationals 2nd Round Qualifying

Pro Stock Motorcycle


6 M. Smith over 3 Pollacheck


2 Krawiek over 10 Sampey


5 Arana,Jr. over 4 Arana,Sr.


9 Kennedy III over 1 Hines


Pro Stock Car


6 Morgan over 3 Enders Stevens


2 Skillman over 7 S. Gray


12 V.Gaines over 4 Brogdon


8 A. Johnson over 1 Line


Funny Car


14 Densham over 11 T. Pedregon


10 C.Pedregon over 2 Capps


13 Wilkerson over 5 C. Force


1 Hagan over 8 Bode,Jr.


Top Fuel


14 McMillen over 11 Buff


15 Millican over 10 B. Force


12 Connolly over 4 Dixon,Jr.


8 Pritchett over 1 Langdon


Pro Stock Motorcycle Midfinals


6 M. Smith vs. 2 Krawiek


9 Kennedy III vs. 5 Arana,Jr.


Pro Stock Car Midfinals


6 Morgan vs. 2 Skillman


12 V.Gaines vs . 8 A. Johnson


Funny Car Midfinals


14 Densham vs. 10 C. Pedregon


13 Wilkerson vs. 1 Hagan


Top Fuel Midfinals


15 Millican vs. 14 McMillen


12 Connolly vs. 8 Pritchett


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2015 Week 9 Driver of the Year

1 Nehreen Ismail WRC 25 41


2 Kenzie Ruston K and N 16 16


3 Kenny Habul XFinity 14 14


4 McKenna Haase ASCS 12 24


5 Daniel Suarez XFinity 10  10


6 Tamara Jones WRC 8 22


7 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 6 6


8 Travis Cope Whelen AA 5  13


9 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 4 20


10 Cameron Beaubier AMA Daytona SB 3 3


11 Dennis Mwenda wrc 2 27


12 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 1 18


After 9 of 40 Weeks


1 Mike Nichols IMCA 50 -


2 Nehreen Ismail WRC 41 9


3 Andy Eckrich IMCA 33 17


4 Chris Porter ANDRA 31 19


5 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 29 21


6 Dennis Mwenda WRC 27 23


7 Mason Mitchell ARCA 25 25


8 Trey Marcham USAC 25 25


9 Mike Garvey SSS 25 25


10 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 25


11 McKenna Haase ASCS 24 26


12 Jordan Weaver ASCS 24 26


13 Tamara Jones WRC 22 28


14 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 20 30


15 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 18 32


16 Kenzie Ruston K and N 16 34


17 Clay Millican NHRA 16 34


18 Danny Jennings ASCS 16 34


19 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 34


20 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 34


21 Kenny Habul XFinity 14 36


22 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 14 36


23 Ken Block Global Rallycross 14 35


24 Danny Lasoski ASCS 14 36


25 Michael Courtney Southern Nat'ls Series 14 36


26 Todd Jackins Int'l Snowmobile Racing 14 36


27 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 36


28 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 36


29 Travis Cope Whelen AA 13 37


30 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 12 38


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31 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 38


32 Justin Bogsignore SK Modifieds 12 38


33 Cooper Webb AMASX Lites 12 38


34 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 12 38


35 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 38


36 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 38


37 Daniel Suarez XFinity 10 40


38 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 10 40


39 Antonio Apicella F2000 Americas 10 40


40 Ty Dillon XFinity 10 40


41Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 10 40


42Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 40


43 Alfonso Celis,Jr. LATAM Challenge Series 8 42


44 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 42


45 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 42


46 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 42


47 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 42


48 Bryan Silas Trucks 8 42


49 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 42


50 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 43


51 Jamie McMurray Sprint Cup 6 44


52 Christopher Bell USAC 6 44


53 Eric McClure XFinity 6 44


54 Justin Barcia AMASX 6 44


55 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 44


56 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 44


57 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 44


58 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Drag Boat 5 45


59 Bubba Pollard SSS 5 45


60 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 45


61 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 45


62 Ho-Pin Tung Asian LeMans 4 46


63 Gianmaria Bruni European LeMans 4 46


64 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 46


65 Anne Pladson USXC 4 46


66 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 46


67 Scott Pruett USCR 4 46


68 Rodney Sanders USMTS 4 46


69 Cameron Beaubier AMA Daytona SB 3 47


70 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 3 47


71 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 47


72 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 47


73 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 47


74 Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 47


75 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 2 48


76 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 48


77 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 48


78 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 48


79 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Car 2 48


80 Tony Kanaan IndyCar 1 49


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Stock Car Bowl VII 3-8-2015

1 59-Trista Stevenson 4


2 8-Chase Elliott         3


3 48-Jimmie Johnson  2


4 3-Austin Dillon         2


5 28-Mason Mitchell   2


6 4-Kevin Harvick      1


7 22-Joey Logano      1


8 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1


9 20-Matt Kenseth     1


10 95-Michael McDowell 1


11 7-Alex Bowman    1


12 46-Michael Annett 1


13 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


14 43-Aric Amirola 1


15 15-Clint Bowyer 1


16 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


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2015 NHRA Fast 16 After 1 Round

1 Matt Hagan  FC  20 1-0


2 Shawn Langdon TF 20 1-0


3 Jason Line PSC 20 1-0


4 Andrew Hines PSM 20 1-0


5 Eddie Krawiek PSM 20 1-0


6 Drew Skillman PSC 20 1-0


7 Ron Capps FC 20 1-0


8 Larry Dixon,Jr. TF 20 1-0


9 Scotty Pollacheck PSM 20 1-0


10 Erica Enders Stevens PSC 20 1-0


11 Courtney Force FC 20 1-0


12 Leah Pritchett TF 20 1-0


13 Hector Arana,Sr. PSM 20 1-0


14 Rodger Brogdon PSC 20 1-0


15 Bob Bode,Jr. FC 20 1-0


16 Brittany Force TF 20 1-0


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Drag Race Bowl Standings After 1 Round

                          Pro Stock Motorcycle                        -                W-L


1 Andrew Hines                          20                                            1-0


2 Eddie Krawiek                         20                                            1-0


3 Scotty Pollacheck                   20                                             1-0


4 Hector Arana,Sr.                   20                                              1-0


5 Hector Arana,Jr.                    20                                              1-0


6 Matt Smith                            20                                              1-0


7 Chaz Kennedy III                   20                                               1-0


8 Angelle Sampey                     20                                               1-0


9 Angie Smith                           0                   20                         0-1


10 Shawn Gann                        0                   20                         0-1


11 Jimmy Underdahl                 0                   20                         0-1


12 Mike Berry                          0                   20                          0-1


13 Eddie Reed                         0                   20                         0-1


14 Mike Olsen                         0                  20                          0-1


15 Brian Pretzel                      0                  20                          0-1


Pro Stock Car                                              -                           W-L


1 Jason Line                      20                                                  1-0


2 Drew Skillman                20                                                  1-0


3 Erica Enders Stevens     20                                                   1-0


4 Rodger Brogdon            20                                                   1-0


5 Larry Morgan                20                                                   1-0


6 Shane Gray                   20                                                  1-0


7 Allen Johnson               20                                                   1-0


8 V. Gaines                     20                                                   1-0


9 Chris McGaha                 0                        20                        0-1


10 Greg Anderson              0                       20                        0-1


11 Vincent Nobile               0                       20                        0-1


12 Johnny Gray                 0                       20                        0-1


13 Joey Grose                   0                       20                        0-1


14 Matthew Hartford         0                       20                        0-1


15 Deric Kramer              0                        20                        0-1


16 Jeffrey Isbell              0                         20                         0-1


Funny Car                                                  -                         W-L


1 Matt Hagan              20                                                     1-0


2 Ron Capps               20                                                     1-0


3 Courtney Force        20                                                      1-0


4 Bob Bode,Jr.          20                                                        1-0


5 Cruz Pedregon       20                                                        1-0


6 Tony Pedregon       20                                                       1-0


7 Tim Wilkerson        20                                                       1-0


8 Gary Densham       20                                                       1-0


9 Robert Hight             0                        20                           0-1


10 Tommy Johnson,Jr.  0                       20                           0-1


11 John Hale               0                       20                            0-1


12 John Force             0                        20                           0-1


13Del Worsham          0                        20                           0-1


14 Alexis DeJoria       0                         20                            0-1


15 Chad Head           0                         20                            0-1


16 Jeff Arend            0                         20                            0-1


Top Fuel                                              -                             W-L


1 Shawn Langdon            20                                                1-0


2 Larry Dixon,Jr.             20                                                1-0


3 Leah Pritchett              20                                                 1-0


4 Brittany Force             20                                                 1-0


5 Troy Buff                    20                                                  1-0


6 Dave Connolly            20                                                  1-0


7 Terry McMillen           20                                                   1-0


8 Clay Millican             20                                                    1-0


9 Antron Brown            0                      20                          0-1


10 Spencer Massey      0                       20                         0-1


11 Richie Crampton     0                       20                         0-1


12 Tony Schumacher   0                       20                         0-1


13 Doug Kalitta          0                       20                         0-1


14 Steve Chrisman     0                       20                         0-1


15 Steve Torrence      0                      20                         0-1


16 JR Todd               0                        20                        0-1


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Fiction with the Truth

This year has gotten way too much fiction with the truth, and after a while, Gray Area has a way of flying out. I think with Kurt Busch having no job to pay his Houston,Texas Lawyer and with Chevy suspending him on top of NASCAR, I think if issues associated with not having no job to pay no one will pop up in a big,bad way. And, I am not hearing a peep about Kyle Busch's Recovery Time, which is not a good thing.


And, I think Fernando Alonso has heard Fiction or Science Fiction getting back to his old self. And, I hate to break character, but, Fantasy Money is not a good deal. I think with Haas F1 getting increasingly blocked as 2015 goes on, and to add to it, I've never heard about payoffs before an F1 Season, let alone paid retroactively.


Retroactive is not a good look. It is dragging down Sports Car Racing, again. If the fiction has friction to the point Saturday Night Live won't be on the air in 2021, people will not be happy with the Cow Line like it was the Iowa State Fair's Beef Stand, and they tried to moved the Dinner Bell with that, but, the purpose was to avoid a Fly By Night Setup.


I am not convinced Syracuse has handled theirs and just going 0-9 in the ACC next winter would satiate the haters, but, intentionally quitting worse than Nolan Richardson and having no overboss is no good look.


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Drag Race Bowl 1st Round Qualifying Gatornationals

Editor's Note: This is Round 1 of the 2015 Drag Race Bowl, which I have done as National AND World Championships the last 2 Years. And here are my 1st Round Qualifying Results:


Pro Stock Motorcycle


 6 M. Smith over 11 Underdahl


 3 Pollacheck over 14 Olsen


10 Sampey over 7 A.Smith


 2 Krawiek over 15 Pretzel


 5 Arana,Jr. over 12 Berry


 4 Arana,Sr. over 13 Reed


 9 Kennedy III over 8 Gann


 1 Hines over 16 Bonham


Pro Stock Car


 6 Morgan over 11 J. Gray


 3 Enders-Stevens over 14 Hartford


 7 S. Gray over 10 Nobile


 2 Skillman over 15 Kramer


12 Gaines over 5 McGaha


 4 Brogdon over 13 Grose


 8 A. Johnson over 9 Anderson


 1 Line over 16 Isbell


Funny Car


11 T. Ped over 6 Johnson,Jr.


14 Densham over 3 Worsham


10 C. Ped over 7 Hale


 2 Capps over 15 Head


 5 C. Force over 12 DeJoria


13 Wilkerson over 4 Hight


 8 Bode,Jr. over 9 J. Force


 1 Hagan over 16 Arend


Top Fuel


11 Buff over 6 Kalitta


14 McMillen over 3 Massey


10 B. Force over 7 Torrence


15 Millican over 2 Brown


12 Connolly over 5 Crampton


 4 Dixon,Jr. over 13 Chrisman


 8 Pritchett over 9 Schumacher


 1 Langdon over 16 Todd


2nd Round Qualifying


Pro Stock Motorcycle


 6 M. Smith vs. 3 Pollacheck


 10 Sampey vs. 2 Krawiek


 5 Arana,Jr. vs. 4 Arana,Sr.


 9 Kennedy III vs. 1 Hines


Pro Stock Car


 6 Morgan vs. 3 Enders-Stevens


 7 S. Gray vs. 2 Skillman


 12 V. Gaines vs. 4 Brogdon


 8 A. Johnson vs. 1 Line


Funny Car


14 Densham vs. 11 T. Pedregon


10 C. Pedregon vs. 2 Capps


13 Wilkerson vs. 5 C.Force


8 Bode,Jr. vs. 1 Hagan


Top Fuel


14 McMillen vs. 11 Buff


15 Millican vs. 10 B. Force


12 Connolly vs. 4 Dixon,Jr.


8 Pritchett vs. 1 Langdon


Next Up, Drag Race Bowl Standings.


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Stopping the King Lears

I feel upset the role of The Man has been all figured out. And, to tell you the truth, the King Leers who think their great but act up in Public ain't good. It's one thing for the Brady Bunch to be on rerun everyday, but, to Xerox the book to a clone is wrong to be wrong. People are upset with Copies like Xerox, and not even Coach Johnson would have plucked Miami that open in Dallas.


Also, I'd love it in XFinity and Cup if these After All These Years crossed off the boards between wins, and Scotty Pollacheck and Clay Millican winning NHRA Wallys for the 1st Time. If you told Portland you'd move their team to Louisville or Tulsa because their bad, it ain't good. And, where is the principle? Even if Kids raised Kids, those kids need to expect expectations and dig in.


If I had to play like I was on my balling each and every day like Childish Gambino's "You See Me", the saw is strong. And, what I can't take is why Minnesota is childish on their Herschel Walker instead of winning Super Bowl L in San Jose. If Josh Hamilton was consisently demoted due to his drug problems, he'd be in the Arizona State League. No, I think Public Relations and not just that or Publicity Stunts work, and kinetics for kinetics don't fly as Oregon State Outbigged Oregon last night, but not outsped Oregon. And, saying Next Year and doing Next Year is here is two different things, and people take pride in the rise, not pride in the fall.


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The Infamous Spacer Happened,Too,Today

Matt Groening of "The Simpsons" was and still is the King of Signage with any TV Show, especially with the 1991-1997 Seasons (3-8) of The Simpsons. I like to tell America the Infamous Spacer happened today in 1990,too. And, even now, on the earthy shores of NASCAR, and Stock Car Short Track Racing USA, Jack Roush is the Chicago Cubs of Stock Car Racing, and even with his Fenway Ties and the fact his Cup Titles have been Stigmas, including 2011.


And, the Gatornationals made their years, in 1990,1992, and 1994, in their own way. 1990, when Darrell Gwynn won his Last National Event before he became a Paraplegic, and even today, my Uncles,Dad, Don Garlits, and I believe Darrell Gwynn would have been World Champ had he not been Paraplegic and Alderman's Midnight Ride rolled and John Force was not even a Champion, let alone a Celebrity at that time in 1990. In 1992, with Darrell Alderman being Suspended in lieu of 15 Years in Prison, King Kenny Bernstein was 1st in the 300 and that even tops the Gators Titles that came later in Alchua County. In 1994, Kalitta vs. Kalitta, Alderman and Geoffrion and John Force "Burnin' Down The House" Castrol GTX Chevy Lumina. For some reason, in my life, 1992 was the best year of my Racing Life and Sports Cars went off, and it was not 1967.


And, Alan Johnson hopefully finds a Post-Gator Sponsor because Al-Anabi was remorseless and it started the 1992 Intensity, but, the badism in the wind, is to never,ever trust a snake outside the said turf your dealing in. I'd ID Local Snakes, and none of them are Prudhommes and Out Of Town Snakes are worse. Technically, it was yesterday, but, I'd like to see Kentucky go for 11 with 8 Seconds to Go like Rollie Masssimo, but, like it or not, Coach Cal is wove into their Commonwealth Fabric like Al Bundy was the Postmodern Patriarch in Modern Family. Granted, that was organically Ed O'Neill, but, where are the GOOD Days and not the Mercenaries?


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Who Will Quit Twitter, Facebook or Tumblr First: Sports Teams or Corporate America?

Knowing full well Corporate America is flying Tumblr, Facebook or Twitter's Kites, I wonder if Corporate America or High Profile Sports Teams will quit Tumblr, Facebook or Twitter. I know with the hyper machine making any and everyone a star and a liability, and I feel Liability Avoidance is an Art Form neglected the Worst since the 1970s.


I don't mean Hannah Montana (Miley Cyrus), Hannah Horvath (Lena Dunham) or Chief Keef , but what about those who want to be here in 10 Years vs. Kevin Sumlin being valuable. We count pretend wealth we don't have, and Women don't want to pretend nothing that don't never ever happen unless they Princess Kate or Rachel Greene (Jennifer Aniston) , but, Value is a King.


And, beyond Aisha Tyler to keep the heat off, I'd like to see the heat Stay Off in Arkansas, only because Bielema the Snake can't cut it. And, I can't do lies or hyprocrisy, and even if some of my School Friends was 10 Million vs. got 100 Million Jillion Things they can't do due to bills that Rex can see even, why all the loud noise over a Blue Sky?


If any of us really wanted to enjoy the Clean,Green,Pristine Pearly White Gates of West Des Moines, I'd go for it. But, temptation is not always a good lead because when we are there just to be there, problems ensue like today.


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Week 8 2015 Driver of the Year

1 Mason Mitchell ARCA 25 25


2 Clay Millican NHRA 16 16


3 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 14 14


4 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 12 12


5 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 10 10


6 Alfonso Celis,Jr. LATAM Challenge Series 8 8


7 Christopher Bell USAC 6 6


8 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Oil Drag Boat  5 5


9 Ho-Ping Tung Asian LeMans 4 4


10 Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 3 3


11 Tim Brown Wh. So. Mods 2 2


12 Tony Kanaan IndyCar 1 1


After 8 of 40 Events


1 Mike Nichols IMCA  50   -


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 33 17


3 Chris Porter ANDRA 31 19


4 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 29 21


5 Mason Mitchell ARCA 25 25


Editor's Note: Since ARCA didn't run Newton Last Year, there has to be a Sense of Mason Mitchell doing better than Grant Enfinger at Mobile and Iowa in 2015.


6 Dennis Mwenda WRC 25 25


7 Trey Marcham USAC 25 25


8 Mike Garvey SSS 25 25


9 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 25


10 Jordan Weaver ASCS 24 26


11 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 17 33


12 Clay Millican NHRA 16 34


13 Nehreen Ismail WRC 16 34


14 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 16 34


15 Danny Jennings ASCS 16 34


16 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 34


17 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 34


18 Eddie Krawiek NHRA 14 36


19 Tamara Jones WRC 14 36


20 Ken Block Global Rallycross 14 36


21 Danny Lasoski ASCS 14 36


22 Michael Courtney Southern Natls Series 14 36


23 Todd Jackins Intl Snowmobile Racing 14 36


24 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 36


25 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 36


26 Bryce Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 12 38


27 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 38


28 Justin Bonsignore SK Modified 12 38


29 Cooper Webb AMASX Lites 12 38


30 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 12 38


NOT RANKED


31 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 38


32 McKenna Haase ASCS 12 38


33 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 38


34 Calvin Van Genderen Lucas Oil Pro Pulling 10 40


35 Antonio Apicella F2000 Americas 10 40


36 Ty Dillon XFinity 10 40


37 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 10 40


38 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 40


39 Alfonso Celis,Jr. LATAM Challenge Series 8 42


40 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 42


41 Travis Cope Whelen AA 8 42


42 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 42


43 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 42


44 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 42


45 Bryan Silas Trucks 8 42


46 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 42


47 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 43


48 Christopher Bell USAC 6 44


49 Eric McClure XFinity 6 44


50 Justin Barcia AMASX 6 44


51 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 44


52 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 44


53 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 44


54 Scotty Lumbert Lucas Oil Drag Boat 5 45


55 Bubba Pollard SSS 5 45


56 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 45


57 Tony Ave Trans Am 5 45


58 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 45


59 Ho-Ping Tung Asian LeMans 4 46


60 Gianmaria Bruni European LeMans 4 46


61 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 46


62 Anne Pladson USXC 4 46


63 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 46


64 Scott Pruett USCR 4 46


65 Rodney Sanders USMTS 4 46


66Dale Earnhardt,Jr. Sprint Cup 3 47


67 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 47


68 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 47


69 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 47


70 Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 47


71 Tim Brown Wh So Mods 2 48


72 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 48


73 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 48


74 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 48


75 Rubens Barichello Brazilian V8 Stock Cars 2 48


76 Tony Kanaan IndyCar 1 49


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Stock Car Bowl VII 3-1-2015

1 59-Trista Stevenson   4


2 8-Chase Elliott          3


3 48-Jimmie Johnson   2


4 3-Austin Dillon         2


5 28-Mason Mitchell    2


6 22-Joey Logano       1


7 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1


8 20-Matt Kenseth       1


9 95-Michael McDowell  1


10 7-Alex Bowman      1


11 46-Michael Annett  1


12 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


13 43-Aric Amirola        1


14 15-Clint Bowyer       1


15 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


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Tomorrow and Relationships

Why is it on this Green Earth Vince Young is doing what Charlie Strong SHOULD be doing? And, I don't think people are salacious for NFL Free Agent Combine. Granted, if I was free to start an Expansion Team Tomorrow, I'd think Name The Team, Coaching Style, and a Socially Acceptable Pro or Coach to mast my club. Frankly, I am hot under my collar why North Carolina did the Postgrad Flip like Georgia was not in trouble for that in the 1970s? North Carolina or Not, I'd still call my Balls, Strikes, Goon Regiments and Mercenaries out into the open.


I almost not so secretly wanted ESPN and ABC to stay online as the better of the 2 Weak Links. First, USGA's mad, now, FIFA and US Senators are mad Fox Got Spending Money while I look like a flatfooted narwhal? And, lord willin' can't we free ourselves of Sprint and the Chase? I'M EMBARASSED, that MAVTV could find 1 Million Viewers for the Chili Bowl with No True Big Cities, and Shaheen and Dillner, but, no one could put a decent racing broadcasting unit?


People get confused over the hyper and there would have been no telling if Trista Rehn would have came tomorrow and Iowa's got a Longer Road to Omaha vs. Oklahoma City in Baseball vs. Softball and that was after my real life High School Classmate said they where the worst behaved team at the U of I and that was in 2007.


My High School Friends and Classmates have babies, too, and they need Tomorrow and Relationships to work, even if Iowa became 0 and 12.


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Convenient?

It's easy to go off the key like Glenn Beck to say "Convenient?" every 4 to 8 Words, but, sometimes, it would take more than just 1 of 1 Person to key changes. And, sadly, relationships don't fall into people's laps because how many times on this or any other planet does keeping people around count as committment?


Even though I felt Martinsville's Spring Race be on NBC and Fall Race be on Fox and Richmond's Spring Race to be on NBC and Fall Race to be on Fox, but, that doesn't happen like that. In 2013, I tried to explain off Eldora and Mid Ohio and Mosport and Atlanta, but, that didn't happen that way. And trying to make Sporting Events 99 Counties like Iowa having the Caucuses is not all sound, and a higher up had to dig in.


If today was rosier, it would be Win A Trip to See J. Cole in Concert. If today had a better Engine and Car, not just a Search Engine, Winning Offspring's Money is realistic. I'm glad Star Motorsports is offering a 1 Race Deal to be Angelle Sampey's Teammate and I remember Star Motorsports was the Team in NHRA and it is committed to be the team again. If a team fell off of being the team, it never usually comes back to recover their status. And, if Seattle marauded like Baltimore rather than waiting their turn, it would change their name forever in the permanent disruption of a Pandemical Economy, and people dig in, not Corporate America or the Town Fathers or Mothers who want to lure better people and once their there, the cities look awfuller.


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Southern Super Series and ARCA at Nashville Fairgrounds

I know, honestly, I was more excited for ARCA to make a return to Nashville Fairgrounds than Newton, only because of the depths that Nashville and Middle Tennessee had to go through to keep the lights on. I feel, too, with the Southern Super Series, even here in Eastern Iowa, for a fan like me, at least fill the vacancy of not having the ASA.


I think not having a Good Day, let alone a Good Race Day, makes me want or even appreciate term success better. I feel there is a King Los Air because Beating Alabama and Demolishing Alabama are two different things. And, the pains before the joy can't be faked like steak can't never ever be faked.


And, I feel that going Great or Greater than All Time Great is my move vs. Impersonating or being Unofficial. It one thing to be Fake Scott Van Pelt or Fake Tony La Russa, but, don't rag when it counts. I get upset when people rag when it counts and a lot of other people do,too. Trying to do Marvin Barnes but instead landing on Derrick Rose on that 100/100 is not funny. I get angry about the Whit Bazemore near misses only because they get to be a part of people whether they want it or not. And, to add it all up, the Whit Bazemore Near Misses is an Art Form and they ain't cute. And, I've lived the Aggro Crag, not climbed it, but, living it is as bad as Climbing It, and deep down, that 90s Child in me not so secretly wanted Orlando to win the NBA Finals, rather than have a 2nd Interim not care about Franchise Futures.


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Nashville Forever

I, for one, am upset with the Stall Bids for Nashville Superspeedway, which has had no racing since 2011, and this is the 5th Stall. The Next One would be a Sheriff's Auction. Why I got to feel this way is we almost had No Racing, Period in Middle Tennessee, and with Nashville Fairgrounds being twice nearly closed by a Mayor who was happier to see it dead instead of racing and that caused the Southeastern Equal of the ASA in the Southern Super Series to be started JUST over Nashville Fairgrounds, and I feel it would be better to build and find a New Tennessee State Fairgrounds.


I was not born a F1 or Road Racing Hater, but, since Austin's Out of Nowhere USGP Bid that smacks of the Milwaukee Mile vs. Dallas all the time, and Imola being rumored to be deleted and that would harm Ferrari if that where true, but, when an American Bought Hockenheim, it raised nerves among the Germans. Hockenheim is a National Park Like Setting in Germany and Formula One's Death could be sealed over the Stalls in Tennessee and Nashvillians deserve better.


Sure, having a Berlin Styled Arena as a Window to the World is Rosy, but, I feel 2nd Generation Titan Success needs to happen and I take personal why Nashville ain't in the Racing Scene in the Southeast like it should. It's the David to a Well Oiled Goliath and that goes for Kentucky, too, and why Cincy wasting taxpayers dollars is above me, and Louisville's fixing to be disembarked like Chicago or Teanack, or Birmingham is so broke that the Hammers where UAB and Alabama State and Bethune Cookman, which aren't nothings. I feel Nashville can't ever do Superspeedway again, and its not Milwaukee. We know Detroit activitating its Trucks, and I'd love it if the Cars where done right, too, and Darlington's still that track where aero don't mean nothing, and Trista Rehn ain't flying in for everyone to be happy.


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Can't The Rookies Come Fast Enough?

Even though its Februrary 24th. One Day Before those Infamous 1960s Birthdays of Celebrities we are still missing out on (Davey Allison, Hank Gathers and Kurt Cobain) , I feel like talking to you like it is November 24th into this Internetherworld. Can't the rookies come fast enough like if I had to get Kelly Bires, Someone from Japan or some dweeb who always stays at home and got nothing. (Okay, us Smarties would take offense to the 3rd, maybe the 2nd).


And, I think fusing Video Game and Real Life is closer to fact than fiction. I'm sure the next Video Game Contractor for College Sports has to pay the NCAA,NAIA,NJCAA, and CCCAA Benevolent Fund like bosses and have to do at least One Womens Sports Title.


And, what Video Games do injustice in is they don't do Olympic Sports Right. You can have many,many fuzzy fur balls on Jimmy Garrapolo, but, what about Shannon? Or Stephanie? We are getting into a 3DHDDigital Collision not all of us can afford out of pocket. If I wanted to be Number 8 for the Des Moines Orange or 99, I would have and put in Apu Cibyu (Actually, when it was Sega Genesis, I always thought of that name for NHL Hockey, or Peter Petrov). And, when Self or Selfie Importance is King, I wonder would a 60 Year Old Jimmie Johnson pass King Richard Petty's Wins or Double Richie Evans' Titles. The deal is we have no car equalizing that to say Madden, and had Tim Duncan played in 2025 or 2035 for the San Antonio Spurs, would he be as effective as 2015 or 2005? I know this is a lot above people's leagues, and I am wondering,too.


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Drag Race Bowl Series-Gatornationals 64

Editor's Note: IndyMyIndy is going to go about consolidating the Gatornationals, Summernationals, US Nationals and The World Finals into The Drag Race Bowl Series and my base is 20 Points per Round Win and Jack, Nothing, Per Round Loss


Top Fuel


1 Shawn Langdon


2 Antron Brown


3 Spencer Massey


4 Larry Dixon,Jr.


5 Richie Crampton


6 Doug Kalitta


7 Steve Torrence


8 Leah Pritchett


9 Tony Schumacher


10 Brittany Force


11 Troy Buff


12 Dave Connolly


13 Steve Chrisman


14 Terry McMillen


15 Clay Millican 2014 US Nationals National Champion


16 J R Todd


REMARKS: Yes, Dave Connolly is actually a Top Fueler and in competition as of today, he is 10 Rounds Deep (Including Qualifying) and 0-2 in the Nitro Conference


Funny Car


1 Matt Hagan


2 Ron Capps 2013 US Nationals National Champion


3 Del Worsham


4 Robert Hight


5 Courtney Force


6 Tommy Johnson,Jr.


7 John Hale


8 Bob Bode,Jr.


9 John Force


10 Cruz Pedregon


11 Tony Pedregon


12 Alexis DeJoria


13 Tim Wilkerson


14 Gary Densham


15 Chad Head


16 Jeff Arend


Remark: Ron Capps is not a US Nationals National Champion in Real Reality, but, the painfully sad fact (Like, Ron Capps needs it to be broached), was winning a Big Bud Shootout in the 1990s and Brainerd at Indy Completition, but, Indy at Indy, and he still is the Winningest National Event Driver without an actual National or World Title on the Books, but, that started the genesis of my Drag Race Bowl Series with the 2013 and 2014 National and World Titles


Pro Stock Car


Remark: Jeg Coughlin is 2013 World Champion and also, in real reality, and it is his 2nd Retirement from Pro Stock Car ( His Last Stint was in Mopar vs. Chevy, and I'd prefer being a Jegs in Drag Racing vs. Lucky Dog)


 


1 Jason Line


2 Drew Skillman


3 Erica Enders-Stevens


4 Rodger Brogdon


5 Chris McGaha


6 Larry Morgan


7 Shane Gray


8 Allen Johnson


9 Greg Anderson


10 Vincent Nobile


11 Johnathan Gray


12 V. Gaines


13 Joey Grose


14 Matthew Hartford


15 Deric Kramer


16 Jeffrey Isbell


Remark 2: Since the Grays (Shane and Johnathan) where the Genesis historically of Dave Connolly's Stock to Nitro Flip and even Antron's, which  was even more radical from Pro Stock Motorcycle to Top Fuel, I wonder if a Pro Stock Motorcycle to Funny Car or A Weekly Series to Pro Stock Motorcycle carry any benefit? And, also, since the Tonight Show is not regularly in Los Angeles or hosted by Jay Leno anymore, I wonder if there are guests who's jobs was that, and lost their jobs because Jay Leno is NOT coming back to host the Tonight Show for the 3rd Time and its in New York again?


Pro Stock Motorcycle


1 Andrew Hines


2 Eddie Krawiek


3 Scotty Pollacheck 2014 World Champion


4 Hector Arana,Sr.


5 Hector Arana,Jr.


6 Matt Smith


7 Angie Smith


8 Shawn Gann


9 Chaz Kennedy III


10 Angelle Sampey


11 James Underdahl


12 Mike Berry


13 Eddie Reed


14 Mike Olsen


15 Brian Pretzel


16 Lance Bonham


Remarks: Even though Scotty Pollacheck was my "World" Champion from 2014, but, what's on the boards is a painful 0-fer Final Hex before their First Win including Steve Johnson, which took his 3rd National Event Win in Charlotte to actually celebrate in 2008. John Force and his 9 Straight Finals in 1987 before his 1st Win, Scott "Alderman and" Geoffrion, and Bob Vandergriff,Jr. which took 19 Years, and 15 Runners Up before his 1st Win in Dallas,TX in 2011.


Remarkable Order:


3-9


PS Motorcycle


PS Car


Funny Car


Top Fuel


1st Round Qualifying


3-10


PS Motorcycle


PS Car


Funny Car


Top Fuel


2nd Round Qualifying


3-11


PS Motorcycle


PS Car


Funny Car


Top Fuel


Conference Midfinals


3-12


PS Motorcycle


PS Car


Funny Car


Top Fuel


Conference Semifinals


3-13


Stock ( Motorcycle vs. Car)


Nitro (Top Fuel vs. Funny Car


3-14


Gatornationals Finals


(Stock vs. Nitro


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Week 7 2015 Driver of the Year

1 Dennis Mwenda  WRC 25 25


2 Nehreen Ismail WRC 16 16


3 Tamara Jones WRC 14 14


4 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 12


5 Antonio Apicella F2000 Americas 10 10


6 Andre Anderson CMRC 8  8


7 Eric McClure XFinity  6 6


8 Chris Porter ANDRA 5 31


9 Gianmaria Bruni European LeMans 4 4


10 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 3 16


11 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 2


12 Andy Eckrich IMCA 1 33


Editor's Remarks : To put it delicitely, my nomination of Dennis Mwenda of World Rally Car for the Week 7 2015 Driver of the Year is the 1st African National I have personally named for my Weekly Driver of the Year. Even though I stick my neck out to a point for people who wouldn't have traditionally had an Arena, Theater, Stadium, or Raceway to play at, let alone buy tickets with their Hard Earned Money, but, Hope and Rhetroic are two entirely radically and extremely different scopes and Hope for the Future needs to be on everyone's Video Games as "Kids, Say No To Drugs" at every Arcade and I still wonder why Chuck E Cheese lost a market they couldn't afford to lose unknowingly while the Suburbs and Rural Kids got safe and secure places and activities to play at, but , where is that love for the Urban Kids? I am not trying to go off on a tangent, but, 50 Black History Months need to start, even though this is the 40th this year, but, good people at good jobs need to start, not just the same ol' Off the Couch, National Stay at Home Problems or funneling jobs inside, when sheltered work needed to run on the outside. Again, this is not a tangent, but the 1st and 2nd is Real Reality of mine, personally, and without further ado, this is my 2015 Week 7 Driver of the Year Standings


1 Mike Nichols IMCA 50 -


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 33 17


3 Chris Porther ANDRA 31 19


4 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 29 21


5 Dennis Mwenda WRC 25 25


6 Trey Marcham USAC 25 25


7 Mike Garvey SSS 25 25


8 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 25


9 Jordan Weaver ASCS 24 26


10 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 17 33


11 Nehreen Ismail WRC 16 34


12 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 16 34


13 Danny Jennings ASCS 16 34


14 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 34


15 Wade Young Motorsports S.Africa 16 34


16 Tamara Jones WRC 14 36


17 Ken Block Global Rallycross 14 36


18 Danny Lasoski ASCS 14 36


19 Michael Courtney Southern Nat'ls Series 14 36


20 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 36


21 Todd Jackins Int'l Snowmobile Racing 14 36


22 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 36


23 Giancarlo Fisichella European LeMans 12 38


24 Justin Bonsignore SK Modifieds 12 38


25 Cooper Webb AMASX Lites 12 38


26 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 12 38


27 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 38


28 McKenna Haase ASCS 12 38


29 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 38


30 Antonio Apicella F2000 Americas 10 40


NOT RANKED


31 Ty Dillon XFinity 10 40


32 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 10 40


33 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 40


34 Andre Anderson CMRC 8 42


35 Travis Cope Whelen AA 8 42


36 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 8 42


37 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 42


38 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 42


39 Bryan Silas Trucks 8 42


40 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 42


41 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 43


42 Eric McClute XFinty 6 44


43 Justin Barcia AMASX 6 44


44 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 44


45 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 44


46 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 44


47 Bubba Pollard SSS 5 45


48 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 45


49 Tony Ave Trans Am 5 45


50 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 45


51 Gianmaria Bruno European LeMans 4 46


52 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 46


53 Anne Pladson USXC 4 46


54 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 46


55 Scott Pruett USCR 4 46


56 Rodney Sanders USMTS 4 46


57 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 47


58 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 47


59 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 47


60 Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 47


61 Kyle Larson Sprint Cup 2 48


62 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 48


63 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 48


64 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 48


CLOSING REMARK: I, IndyMyIndy, felt this Stock Car Season was Won and Lost on the 1st Weekend. I couldn't even say that about 1992, Even, and that took until the 1st in the 300 to fully blossom and realize its potential. I think an Oval Track Renaissance is happening, and I'd felt it since 2014 was put in the Past in Sprint Cup. Overall, People prefer Professionals, because, for some of them, that's their only any anything, and that includes playing, getting food, getting work, doing work and leisure. I think in the end, I get as sick of slackers asking for $200,000 WHEN ONLY $200 was in their jar, and theres no repayment, no gift, no swag and no final work as money is the root of what we do, but, the deal and the only deal is honesty, and I don't like gamers who work the system and crash it for others who need that system to not be as worse or even worse off. And, talent needs to shine vs. a Payola or a Supplement because if the Supplements are worth more than folks work, that's a problem,folks.


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Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board 2-22-2015

Editor's Note: For the Better Part of 2015, I will be counting wins only, but, with the raceday or racedays where rained out or other unforseen circumstance, I would side with The Polesitter in that regard, and if it was under halfway and there was Mother Nature causing an issue before Halfway, then it would be said leader.


1 59-Trista Stevenson     4


2 8-Chase Elliott           3


3 3-Austin Dillon          2


4 28-Mason Mitchell     2


5 22-Joey Logano       1


6 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1


7 48-Jimmie Johnson    1


8 20-Matt Kenseth       1


9 95-Michael McDowell 1


10 7-Alex Bowman      1


11 46-Michael Annett  1


12 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


13 43-Aric Amirola     1


14 15-Clint Bowyer    1


15 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1 -And Ryan Blaney is the defacto Rookie of the Year Leader this Weekend, and if Rowdy is done for the Year, I think Joe Gibbs can't bank on Cleveland and Crafton, and Haas, I don't know if he is committed to Regan Smith, knowing he has a Championship Car to Defend, or tries to get Parker Kligerman or Ryan Truex tomorrow morning.


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15 Nuggets This Far into This Season

1. At least,  before Talladega later this Spring, have Twin Races the Balance of the Year on Daytona, Talladega and Road Courses. A lot of the XFinity Series today was not even a real warmup, and I feel that where is the power in a good Qualifying Lap? (At least have a 4 Hour Rule for Television, not run everything toward the next morning)


2. And, to add it up, Chevy suspending Kurt Busch will not make him eligible for the 99th Indianapolis 500, and I feel Stewart-Haas is under pressure to free him permenantly, and have no job to pay for his Houston,Texas Lawyer.


3. I don't think The 41 would run Weekends Regan Smith is "Wanted" for the XFinity Title at a different venue. And, all joking aside, Danica and GoDaddy will be in until Midseason, Kevin Harvick would reassemble the band for him and Ron Hornaday,Jr. , AND Smoke would be lonesome because it would be tough enough if he had Wife and Kids, but, you can't change George Clooney,Derek Jeter or Chip Kelly.


4. I think the 24 Hours of LeMans will become an All Comers Show.


5. Ain't everybody wants to go the Sports Bar, let alone cares to.


6. Since MAVTV got Dillner and Shaheen, I feel where are the great announcing teams in Sports?


7.Black Hats vs. Black Hats is no Must See Ticket.


8. The only appropriate memorial to anyone who did it great and right is to win, do your job and not get cowed by peer pressure.


9. Win Up! The only reason I say that is because Chase Elliott and Mason Mitchell need more wins before a Back to Back can happen.


10. I think actual entertainment offline has been hard to find, and somebody's going to sue the doors outta Netflix Soon, and not having TRL, Rap City or 106 Stings.


11. Not enough 2015 Records are in the Top 10 and that includes a rare non-Disney or Teen Movie Soundtrack.


12. Salinating McFarlane,USA was not a good deal , because it was edgier than what Hollywood let. Its bad enough your the Anaheim Angels or Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and folks cowed them to titles, but, people wished the Draft Day Cleveland Browns was not always as better as the Real Life Cleveland Browns.


13. I'd still want to fix having Driver and Owner Points in NASCAR, only having Driver Points.


14. Where are the tangibles? I'd still rather have Carrie Bradshaw's Closet if I worked and set my mind for it. Obviously, not everyone wants to share.


15. The City Buses will have to acquire the City Cabs.


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Spring Shocks

For the longest, Cars was our big thing, and we got worked up over properties and now, being in the "Nothing To Offer" state is not good. And, to add to it, companies are going about finding any and everyone off the couch due to the severe unemployment. And, I think Todd Gurley pulled off what Tim Richmond did years ago and what got NASCAR Little and No Other Choice but to suspend Kurt Busch was he was an Alcoholic, on top of being an abuser, which in Motorsports, being an alcoholic at any time is viewed as a liabilty.


And, being an age where 1 Person gets Upset, every one gets upset and being lured into "Because The Internet" is a bad deal. And, to add it all up, being in another  1999 is not a good deal. Why is it so easy to believe lies, and let anyone work money like clay?


And, running with anyone is not good and I feel too many people flipping for anything without warning  ain't okay. I think where are Trades on the other 364 Days and the Love for Tulsa on the Other 51 Weeks or Indianapolis the Other 11 Months of the Year? I feel the Weekend needs to be constructive or folks need to enjoy their Hard Earned Money vs. look like every Morning and Evening is Softball and when Hard Issues come out to play, people run and hide in a big bad way and sponges, whether if they supplement a Life and Style like Catching Jordan or Sponges who are hollow in their Juveniality costs folks money, too.


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Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board 2-19-2015

1 59-Trista Stevenson    4


2 8-Chase Elliott            3


3 3-Austin Dillon            2


4 28-Mason Mitchell      2


5 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 1


6 48-Jimmie Johnson    1


7 20-Matt Kenseth        1


8 95-Michael McDowell 1


9 7-Alex Bowman        1


10 46-Michael Annett   1


11 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


12 43-Aric Amirola      1


13 15-Clint Bowyer    1


14 21-Ryan Blaney (R) 1


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National "Just Kids" Club

I get painfully upset that in the air of being "Just Kids" , that having Gamers think that we can keep up with them when only in real reality we need our Any Paying Jobs to keep Social Service further away from us. And, what is painful, is NOT even trying to pump up the Student and the uncivility only enourages mercenarial behavior. The ONLY good outside the rhetroic is to at least know if Kid, Region or Deciders are any good vs. being paid under the table like a CEO to play AAU in Las Vegas and crash the slots.


"Dumb" is not a good look. I feel when other people who aren't us attempt or succeed at crashing databases, leveling Economic SMUs like the Good Guy-Bad Guy would be the easy part. If St. Louis found a way to Keep Their Rams and offered Missouri or Illinois a strategy for a Stadium or Atlanta's Hawks to become a Green Bay Principle because NOT anyone wants to be lured into Bonds, and the Cornellian who got his or her diploma would be more comfortable in Indianapolis, Dallas , Houston , Denver or West Des Moines because they don't have faith Mt. Vernon or Lisbon has any treasure, or any money or any jobs to offer people with, than go ahead.


And, if Outsiders have to lower themselves to do the Locals Bidding like in Louisiana or Mississippi, even though they don't have to go to Indiana to rebase, that is an issue. I am no fan of comebacks and to tell you the truth, like it or not, our past is our past. And, an addicts economy is no buddy of mine, either. I'd still want any anyone who'd take me to the movies, not just be a crying shoulder, because that is usually a gal and usually not a sweet look.


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Stock Car Bowl VII Points Standings After 1 of 28 Events

                                                                      -               W        P       W-L


1 59-Trista Stevenson                 96                 -                                   4-0


2 8-Chase Elliott                         64                32                                  3-1


3 3-Austin Dillon                        52                 44                                 2-1


4 28-Mason Mitchell                   45                 51                                2-1


5 43-Aric Amirola                      36                  60                                1-1


6 95-Michael McDowell              35                  61             1                 0-0


7 7-Alex Bowman                     30                  66             1         1      0-1


8 46-Michael Annett                 25                  71             1                 0-0


9 21-Ryan Blaney (R)              22                   74                               1-1


10 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.       20                   76                                1-1


11 15-Clint Bowyer                20                    76                                 1-1


12 50-Brett Moffitt                 16                    80                                0-0


13  9-Sam Hornish,Jr.            14                    82                                0-0


14 20-Matt Kenseth               14                    82                               0-0


15 40-Landon Cassill             14                    82                                0-0


16 75-David Mayhew             12                   84                                0-0


17 32-Bobby LaBonte           12                    84                                0-0


18 5-Kasey Kahne               10                    86                                 0-0


19 1-Jamie McMurray           10                  86                                   0-0


20 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.       10                  86                                   0-0


21 83-Johnny Sauter            8                   88                                  0-0


22 13-Casey Mears              8                   88                                  0-1


23 87-Joe Nemechek           8                   88                                  0-0


24 33-Ty Dillon                  6                    90                                  0-0


25 26-Jeb Burton (R)         6                    90                                   0-0


26 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski 5                   91                                    0-0


27 90-Brendan Gaughn      4                   92                                     0-0


28  6-Trevor Bayne            4                  92                                     0-0


29 66-Mike Wallace           4                   92                                     0-0


30 38-David Gilliand          3                   93                                     0-0


31 29-Paulie Harraka         3                  93                                      0-0


32 24-Jeff Gordon             3                  93                                      0-1


33 48-Jimmie Johnson      2                   94                                      0-0


34 34-David Ragan          2                   94                                      0-0


35 51-Justin Allgaier        1                   95                                     0-0


36 42-Kyle Larson           1                  95                                      0-1


37 19-Carl Edwards        1                   95                                      0-0


38 11-Denny Hamlin       0                  96                                       0-1


39  4-Kevin Harvick        0                  96                                        0-1


40 12-Will Power           0                  96                                         0-1


41 99-Matt Crafton        0                   96                                        0-1


Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board As Of 2-15-15


Will Be Updated only for WINS


1 59-Trista Stevenson     4


2 8-Chase Elliott            3


3 3-Austin Dillon           2


4 28-Mason Mitchell      2


5 20-Matt Kenseth        1


6 7-Alex Bowman          1


7 46-Michael Annett       1


8 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


9 43-Aric Amirola            1


10 15-Clint Bowyer         1


11 21-Ryan Blaney (R)   1


IndyCar Bowl I Standings


NOTE: Will Be Remarked Again after Tampa-St. Pete


                                                                      W


1 1-Will Power                         0         -


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IndyMyIndy's 57th Daytona 500 Finishing Order

Editor's Note: This is not a prediction. This is more of a try to see how 2015 Develops, which, in real reality, we'd be stuck on the trivial and less on the great racing or sports.


1 (41) 95-Michael McDowell                          25   10 35  35


2 (40) 43-Aric Amirola                                        16       36


3 (36)  9-Sam Hornish,Jr.                                  14        14


4 (33) 75-David Mayhew                                   12         12


5 (43)  5-Kasey Kahne                                      10        10


6 (39)  83-Johnny Sauter                                   8          8


7 (37) 33-Ty Dillon                                            6          6


8 (1)  7-Alex Bowman                                        5         30


9 (38) 6-Trevor Bayne                                       4          4


10 ( 35) 38-David Gilliand                                 3           3


11 (42) 48-Jimmie Johnson                               2           2


12 (31) 51-Justin Allgaier                                 1           1


13 (3) 59-Trista Stevenson


14 (6) 40-Landon Cassill


15 (10) 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


16 (13) 26-Jeb Burton (R)


17 (15) 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski


18 (34) 27-Paul Menard


19 (19) 29-Paulie Harraka


20 (17) 66-Mike Wallace


21 (18)  8-Chase Elliott


22 (22) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)


23 (21) 34-David Ragan


24 (14) 90-Brendan Gaughn 


25 (9)  1-Jamie McMurray


26 (2) 46-Michael Annett


27 (5) 20-Matt Kenseth


28 (7)  3-Austin Dillon


29 (11) 13-Casey Mears


30 (8) 32-Bobby LaBonte


31 (26) 62-Brian Scott


32 (12) 87-Joe Nemechek


33 (16) 28-Mason Mitchell


34 (20) 24-Jeff Gordon      146 Engine


35 (23) 42-Kyle Larson         99 Crash


36 (25) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr. 99 Crash


37 (27) 31-Ryan Newman       99 Crash


38 (28) 35-Cole Whitt            99 Crash


39 (30) 78-Martin Truex,Jr.    99 Crash


40 (32) 98-Josh Wise            99 Crash


41 (4) 50-Brett Moffitt          80 Engine


42 (29) 44-Reed Sorenson     25 Engine


43 (24) 19-Carl Edwards          6 Engine


Lap Leaders:


Bowman 1-3


Annett 4-7


Elliott 8


Stevenson 9-13


Moffitt 14-33


Kenseth 23-27


Cassill 28


A.Dillon 29-37


LaBonte 38-50


McMurray 51-76


Hornaday,Jr. 77-83


Mears 84-87


Nemechek 88-92


Burton 93-100


Gaughn 101


Kwasinieswski 102-111


Mitchell  112-115


Wallace 116-120


Elliott 121-129


Harraka 130-139


Gordon 140-146


Ragan 147-152


Blaney 153-161


Scott 162-163


Allgaier 164-170


Mayhew 171-177


Menard 178-182


Gilliand 183-188


Hornish,Jr. 189-192


T. Dillon 193


Bayne 194-195


Sauter 196


Amirola 197-199


McDowell 200 


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57th Daytona 500 Starting Lineup

Row 1


7-Alex Bowman


46-Michael Annett


Row 2


59-Trista Stevenson


50-Brett Moffitt


Row 3


20-Matt Kenseth


40-Landon Cassill


Row 4


3-Austin Dillon


32-Bobby LaBonte


Row 5


1-Jamie McMurray


30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


Row 6


13-Casey Mears


87-Joe Nemechek


Row 7


26-Jeb Burton (R)


90-Brendan Gaughn


Row 8


05-Dylan Kwasinieswski


28-Mason Mitchell


Row 9


66-Mike Wallace


8-Chase Elliott


Row 10


29-Paulie Harraka


24-Jeff Gordon


Row 11


34-David Ragan


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


Row 12


42-Kyle Larson


19-Carl Edwards


Row 13


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


62-Brian Scott


Row 14


31-Ryan Newman


35-Cole Whitt


Row 15


44-Reed Sorenson


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


Row 16


51-Justin Allgaier


98-Josh Wise


Row 17


75-David Mayhew


27-Paul Menard


Row 18


38-David Gilliand


 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.


Row 19


33-Ty Dillon


 6-Trevor Bayne


Row 20


83-Johnny Sauter


43-Aric Amirola


Row 21


95-Michael McDowell


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 22


5-Kasey Kahne


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Stock Car Bowl VII After Twin 125s

                                                               W        P      W-L


1 59-Trista Stevenson   96             -                             4-0


2  8-Chase Elliott          64           32                            3-1


3  3-Austin Dillon          52           44                           2-1


4 28-Mason Mitchell      45           51                           2-1


5  7-Alex Bowman        25           71         1          1    0-1


6 46-Michael Annett     25            71        1                0-0


7 21-Ryan Blaney(R)    22           74                           1-1


8 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 20        76                           1-1


9 43-Aric Amirola          20          76                           1-1


10 15-Clint Bowyer       20          76                           1-1


11 50-Brett Moffitt       16           80                           0-0


12 20-Matt Kenseth     14           82                           0-0


13 40-Landon Cassill    14          82                            0-0


14 32-Bobby LaBonte   12          84                            0-0


15  1-Jamie McMurray  10          86                           0-0


16 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr. 10         86                           0-0


17 13-Casey Mears          8         88                          0-1


18 87-Joe Nemechek       8         88                          0-1


19 26-Jeb Burton (R)       6        90                          0-0


20 90-Brendan Gaughn   6         90                          0-0


21  05-Dylan Kwasinieswski 5     91                          0-0


22 66-Mike Wallace           4        92                        0-0


23 29-Paulie Harraka        3        93                        0-0


24 24-Jeff Gordon            3        93                        0-1


25 34-David Ragan         2         94                        0-0


26 42-Kyle Larson          1         95                        0-0


27 19-Carl Edwards        1         95                        0-0


28 11-Denny Hamlin      0         96                        0-1


29 4-Kevin Harvick        0         96                        0-1


30 12-Will Power           0        96                         0-1


31 99-Matt Crafton        0        96                         0-1


Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board After Twin 125s


1 59-Trista Stevenson   4


2  8-Chase Elliott          3


3  3-Austin Dillon          2


4 28-Mason Mitchell       2


5 7-Alex Bowman          1


6 46-Michael Annett       1


7 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. 1


8 43-Aric Amirola          1


9 15-Clint Bowyer          1


10 21- Ryan Blaney (R)  1


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Twin 125s Twin 2

1 (23) 46-Michael Annett        25                  2nd   25


2 (25) 50-Brett Moffitt                16             4th   16


3 (20) 40-Landon Cassill            14              6th  14


4 (19) 32-Bobby LaBonte          12              8th   12


5 (21) 30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.       10            10th  10


6 (30) 87-Joe Nemechek            8             12th  8


7 (28) 90-Brendan Gaughn        6              14th 6


8 (2)  28-Mason Mitchell           5               16th 45


9 (1)   8-Chase Elliott              4                18th 64


10 (5) 24-Jeff Gordon              3                20th 3


11 (4) 21-Ryan Blaney (R)       2              22nd  22


12 (12) 19-Carl Edwards          1             24th   1


13 (18) 62- Brian Scott                          26th


14 (22) 35-Cole Whitt                           28th


15 (29) 78-Martin Truex,Jr.                   30th


16 (27) 98-Josh Wise                           32nd


17 (17) 27-Paul Menard                       34th


18 (13) 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.                   36th


19 (15) 6-Trevor Bayne                       38th


20 (3) 43-Aric Amirola                         40th


21 (14) 48-Jimmie Johnson                  42nd


DID NOT QUALIFY


22 (16) 23-JJ Yeley


23 (26) 93-Travis Kvapil               42 Engine


24 (24) 47-AJ Allemindinger          23 Engine


25 (6) 11-Denny Hamlin                 3 Crash


26 (7) 4-Kevin Harvick                   3 Crash


27 (8) 99-Matt Crafton                  3 Crash


28 (9) 2-Brad Keselowski              3 Crash


29 (10) 10-Danica Patrick              3 Crash


30 (11) 41-Kurt Busch                   3 Crash


Lap Leaders


Elliott 1


Mitchell 2-4


Amirola 5-8


Blaney 9-12


Gordon 13-14


Edwards 15-16


Hornish,Jr. 17-21


Johnson 22-24


Bayne 25-27


Yeley 28-30


Menard 31


Scott 32-33


LaBonte 34-39


Cassill 40


Hornaday,Jr. 41-43


Whitt 44-45


Annett 46-50


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Twin 125s Race 1 Order

1 (6) 7-Alex Bowman     25                              1st   25


2 (1) 59-Trista Stevenson           16                  3rd   96


3 (13) 20-Matt Kenseth               14                 5th   14


4 (2)  3-Austin Dillon                  12                  7th  52


5 (9) 1-Jamie McMurray             10                   9th   10


6 (7) 13-Casey Mears                  8                  11th    8


7 (17) 26-Jeb Burton (R)             6                  13th   6


8 (30) 05-Dylan Kwasinieswski   5                  15th     5


9 (28) 66-Mike Wallace             4                  17th      4


10 (26) 29-Paulie Harraka          3                19th       3


11 (11) 34-David Ragan             2                21st        2


12 (5) 42-Kyle Larson                1               23rd         1


13 (15) 88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.                     25th


14 (18) 31-Ryan Newman                           27th


15 (19) 44-Reed Sorenson                         29th


16 (24) 51-Justin Allgaier                           31st


17 (29) 75-David Mayhew                           33rd


18 (23) 38-David Gilliand                           35th


19 (20) 33-Ty Dillon                                  37th


20 (25) 83-Johnny Sauter                          39th


21 (27) 95-Michael McDowell                      41st


22 (14) 5-Kasey Kahne                              43rd


DID NOT QUALIFY


23 (21) 55-Michael Waltrip


24 (16) 16-Greg Biffle


25 (10) 22-Joey Logano          19 Crash


26 (11) 14-Tony Stewart         19 Crash


27 (12) 18-Kyle Busch             19 Crash


28 (3) 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.  19 Crash


29 (8) 12-Will Power                  19 Crash


30 (4) 15-Clint Bowyer               3 Crash


Lap Leaders


Stevenson 1-3


Dillon 4-8


Power 9-13


Stenhouse,Jr. 14-19


Larson 20-22


Mears 23-29


McMurray 30-36


Kenseth 37-41


Dillon 42-45


Stevenson 46-48


Bowman 49-50


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Twin 125s Starting Order

Editor's Note: I prefer the Twin 125's vs. The Twin 150's, because editorially, 10 More Laps is only 10 More Chances to just lose it vs. just make it. I know that was my stance in 2005 or 2006, and that is still my stance


Twin 1


Row 1


59-Trista Stevenson


 3-Austin Dillon


Row 2


17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


15-Clint Bowyer


Row 3


42-Kyle Larson


 7-Alex Bowman


Row 4


13-Casey Mears


12-Will Power


Row 5


 1-Jamie McMurray


22-Joey Logano


Row 6


14-Tony Stewart


18-Kyle Busch


Row 7


20-Matt Kenseth


 5-Kasey Kahne


Row 8


88-Dale Earnhardt,Jr.


16-Greg Biffle


Row 9


26-Jeb Burton (R)


31-Ryan Newman


Row 10


44-Reed Sorenson


33-Ty Dillon


Row 11


 55-Michael Waltrip


34-David Ragan


Row 12


38-David Ragan


51-Justin Allgaier


Row 13


83-Johnny Sauter


29-Paulie Harraka


Row 14


95-Michael McDowell


66-Mike Wallace


Row 15


75-David Mayhew


05-Dylan Kwasinieswski


Race 2


Row 1


 8-Chase Elliott


28-Mason Mingus


Row 2


43-Aric Amirola


21-Ryan Blaney (R)


Row 3


24-Jeff Gordon


11-Denny Hamlin


Row 4


4-Kevin Harvick


99-Matt Crafton


Row 5


 2-Brad Keselowski


10-Danica Patrick


Row 6


41-Kurt Busch


19-Carl Edwards


Row 7


 9-Sam Hornish,Jr.


48-Jimmie Johnson


Row 8


 6-Trevor Bayne


23-JJ Yeley


Row 9


27-Paul Menard


62-Brian Scott


Row 10


32-Bobby LaBonte


40-Landon Cassill


Row 11


30-Ron Hornaday,Jr.


35-Cole Whitt


Row 12


46-Michael Annett


47-AJ Allemindinger


Row 13


50-Brett Moffitt


93-Travis Kvapil


Row 14


98-Josh Wise


90-Brendan Gaughn


Row 15


78-Martin Truex,Jr.


87-Joe Nemechek


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Week 6 Driver of the Year 2015

1 Trey Marcham USAC 25 25


2 Danny Jennings ASCS 16 16


3 Danny Lasoski ASCS 14 14


4 Justin Bonsignore SK Modifieds 12 12


5 Ty Dillon XFintiy 10 10


6 Travis Cope Whelen AA 8 8


7 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 13


8 Bubba Pollard SSS 5 5


9 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 4


10 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFintiy 3 3


11 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 2 8


12 Anne Pladson USXC 1 4


After 6 of 40 Events


1 Mike Nichols IMCA 50 -


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 32 18


3 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 29 21


4 Chris Porter ANDRA 26 24


5 Trey Marcham USAC 25 25


6 Mike Garvey SSS 25 25


7 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 25


8 Jordan Weaver ASCS 24 26


9 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 17 33


10 Danny Jennings ASCS 16 34


11 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 34


12 Wade Young Motorsports S.Africa 16 34


13 Ken Block Global Rallycross 14 36


14 Danny Lasoski ASCS 14 36


15 Michael Courtney Southern Nationals Series 14 36


16 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 36


17 Todd Jackins Int'l Snowmobile Racing 14 36


18 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 36


19 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 13 37


20 Justin Bonsignore SK Modified 12 38


21 Cooper Webb AMASX Lites 12 38


22 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 12 38


23 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 38


24 McKenna Haase ASCS 12 38


25 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 38


26 Ty Dillon XFinity 10 40


27 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 10 40


28 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 40


29 Travis Cope Whelen AA 8 42


30 Mike Joy  Historic Trans Am 8  42


NOT RANKED


31 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 42


32 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 42


33 Bryan Silas Trucks 8 42


34 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 42


35 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 7 43


36 Justin Barcia AMASX Lites 6 44


37 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 44


38 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 44


39 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 44


40 Bubba Pollard SSS 5 45


41 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 45


42 Tony Ave Trans Am 5 45


43 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 45


44 Matt Hagan NHRA 4 46


45 Anne Pladson USXC 4 46


46 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 46


47 Scott Pruett USCR 4 46


48 Rodney Sanders USMTS 4 46


49 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 47


50 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 47


51 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 47


52 Zach Veach Indy Lights 3 47


53 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 48


54 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 48


55 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 48


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Stock Car Bowl VII Standings After Daytona Pit Crew Competition

                                                                    -   W   P    W-L


1 59-Trista Stevenson                80             -                   4-0


2  8-Chase Elliott                       60            20                 3-1


3  3-Austin Dillon                      40             40                 2-1


4 28-Mason Mitchell                  40             40                 2-1


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.          20               60                1-1


6 43-Aric Amirola                     20               60                1-1


7 15-Clint Bowyer                     20              60                1-1


8 21-Ryan Blaney(R)                20               60               1-1


9 42-Kyle Larson                       0                80               0-1


10 24-Jeff Gordon                     0                80                0-1


11  7-Alex Bowman                   0                80                0-1


12 11-Denny Hamlin                  0               80                0-1


13 13-Casey Mears                    0                80                0-1


14 4-Kevin Harvick                   0                  80                0-1


15 12-Will Power                      0                  80               0-1


16 99-Matt Crafton                   0                  80               0-1


Stock Car Bowl VII Win Board


1 59-Trista Stevenson  4


2 8-Chase Elliott          3


3 3-Austin Dillon          2


4 28-Mason Mitchell     2


5 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.  1


6 43-Aric Amirola             1


7 15-Clint Bowyer            1


8 21-Ryan Blaney(R)        1


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Daytona Pit Crew Competition 2015

IndyMyIndy's Card Features:


 9 15-Clint Bowyer vs. 8 13-Casey Mears


10 21-Ryan Blaney (R) vs. 7 11-Denny Hamlin


11 4-Kevin Harvick vs. 6 43-Aric Amirola


12 8-Chase Elliott vs. 5 7-Alex Bowman


13 12-Will Power vs. 4 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


14 28-Mason Mitchell vs. 3 24-Jeff Gordon


15 59-Trista Stevenson vs. 2 42-Kyle Larson


16 99-Matt Crafton vs. 1 3-Austin Dillon


Quarterfinals


 6 43-Aric Amirola over 11 4-Kevin Harvick


 14 28-Mason Mitchell over 3 24-Jeff Gordon


 10 21-Ryan Blaney over 7 11-Denny Hamlin


 15 59-Trista Stevenson over 2 2 42-Kyle Larson


12 8-Chase Elliott over 5 7-Alex Bowman


 4 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. over 13 12-Will Power


 9 15-Clint Bowyer over 8 13-Casey Mears


 1 3-Austin Dillon over 16 99-Matt Crafton


Midfinals


14 28-Mason Mitchell over 5 43-Aric Amirola


15 59-Trista Stevenson over 10 21-Ryan Blaney


12 8-Chase Elliott over 4 17-Ricky Stenhouse,Jr.


 1 3-Austin Dillon over 9 15-Clint Bowyer


Semifinals


15 59-Trista Stevenson over 14 28-Mason Mitchell


12 8-Chase Elliott over 1 3-Austin Dillon


Finals


15 59-Trista Stevenson over 12 8-Chase Elliott


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Daytona 500 "Celebrity" Special Guests by IndyMyIndy

THESE 5 AND ONLY THESE 5 WILL BE INDYMYINDY'S CELEBRITY SPECIAL GUESTS:


 8-Chase Elliott NAPA Pontiac Grand Prix


28-Mason Mitchell Ford 500 Shelby Cobra


99-Matt Crafton Fisher's Toyota Camry


12-Will Power Pennzoil Ford Mustang


59-Trista Stevenson Team Mopar Dodge Viper


Editor's Note: I am keeping the tradition from Earlier this Winter of Celebrity Special Guests Alive with Certain Major Races This Year, and the reason why is because I want to see different kinds of racers turn into Winners not just this year, but, in the future.


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The Taking of The Formula 1

I am not happy that why do the Spanish Government has to target Fernando Alonso like he's Jim Brown? Flavio Briatore, that is a different story. But, all joking aside, including the night Hannibal Burress overtook Jay Leno's Longstanding Not So Imaginery Bad Joker World Championship Belt that was held for 20 Years and caused the 1960s and 1990s Bad Kids to cause problems in a big way, F1 and Sports Car Racing is in some sad,sad,sad shape.


And, if Alonso was paid to stay home like Chief Keef, their books are sad, anyway. And, with Circuit of the Americas is going and never ever coming back and Gene Haas thinking he could troll Marussia/Caterham : The Nightmare and when Ecclestone pulled Austin out of a hat and it wasn't a joke drawing like Steve Harvey Show, that broke my straw with F1.


In 6 Months, Kurt Busch's Visas is pulled. And, Monticello was taken inside out over a USGP that never,ever happened and an oft-rumored but never happened Jersey City Grand Prix was the biggest hot air show since the Giants Stadium Grand Prix. And, after the Glen, the USGP and Formula One wasn't the same. And, letting Toro Rosso pass after Red Bull was not only against the rules, but, it let Vettel ride when Lewis was supposed to keep on winning past Schumi. If someone was truly dumb or truly alcoholic vs. Playing Barney Gumbel, and was our leader, we can forgive and forget that. But, this is way too serious and the taking of The Formula 1 isn't going to end well.


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Start Up and Park

Before, when someone else had a Backup Car, the only "wrapping" involved was the Numbers, Letters, and the Stickers. And, I fear why are we giving license to someone who has ONLY Raise $200 out of 200,000, and not only you don't get money or a tangible item back, but, we are stuck in the same bad place as investments that never happen,ever.


If we tried to be united,we could do a World of Championships. And, I would have an Iowa Womens Basketball or Soccer League and neighboring areas just to say it is Iowa vs. Every Everyone Else Not Named Iowa. The problem is Athletic Interest starts early, even if your never going to plan on turning pro. If you don't have anything to offer, don't "Fake It Until You Make It Happen", and I would have bellieved in Making It Happen with recourse and love.


The problem with Georgetown not having a Permenant Field Hockey Field SHOULD, and WOULD need to be against the law. Even Club Teams are funded better than that. And, to add salt to the issue, Georgetown and Howard's Faculty bristled about reconsolidating Howard's Law Library against Georgetown, but, in the nascent of the recession, not only we didn't "MAKE" new Lawyers, we didn't "MAKE" New Lawyers with jobs,too, and the HBCU's where disapprointently affected, and Georgetown who's gotten increasingly minority,too.


I don't like why being supplemented is okay. And, we can't go for "All We Got" until I wouldn't have nothing. And if Kid had little and no other choice BUT to Work to keep Social Service Wolves From Howling vs. Having Next Hour, that's one thing, but, being irresponsible in this repression is not OK. Why our leadership resorts to dumb like it's in vogue and to add to the pain, flying off the handle and the spout for no better is no good , and real economy is crying for profits, and real people needing to work and honor said uniform like they played for The New York Hockey Rangers.


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If Everything Was Really Effortless....

I wonder if everything was really effortless, we'd not enjoy anything good for a long period of time, If a 28 or 38 Year Old was allowed to score 200 in AAU as Kids are paid like CEOs for Nothing to Travel to Las Vegas and crash the sllots until 2045 like you where paid by Nevada until then, resentment would be deeper than the ocean. And, if you had a Coach K, the Lisbon Equal, wonder why Pensions are crashing and he wasn't never no 1000 Game Winner like the real one, or worth 2 or 20 Gs and people can't get him right, that's foul.


Nobody has the concept of the Chrome Horn and the $100 Fender no more. What about the value of money, or the value of wearing Air Jordans I-V on the Court, even Air Jordans period,  does joining Emmanuel Mudiay on the Beijing Roosters look THAT Appealing?


And, what's appaling, is athletes getting talked up like Rusty Wallace or Dale Earnhardt, but, instead, their David Stremme? If your David Stremme and you had 3 Touring Wins All Time and 1 So Called "Big Car" Win Ever, you'd run out the other side of the building. Easy Lantana got stiffed because his hat was his town, and Dej Loaf is "tried" because she didn't do her song the best (Trae the Truth did) and she's the next MC Lyte, and even with her Middle East Family Ties, why did you cut her out of the arena, like she was a Chief Keef or Josh Gordon? And, we are closer to an Eve again from the Ruff Ryders and even a trilogy to the Next Diana Ross to join Alicia Keys and Beyonce for the rest of time. And, leaving your home a Swamp like Quagmire in Quahog is not sweet or Providence.


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No Anchor in the Ground

What I can't and won't ever stand for is because so and so and such and such was different didn't mean they didn't play by the same rules. The Jackie Robinson West Fallout is felt as worse here in Cedar Rapids, Dubuque, Iowa City, Quad City, and Waterloo as worse in Chicago. We can give toys like if we are Gambino, Jacko, Crosby, Stills and Nash, but, if David Kaplan calls you out and if it is the most outlaw Little League Region in America, I think THE MLB, MiLB, NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA, IHSAA (Illinois) and NFHS should yank house on top of Little League.


I feel the 14 from UAB was given more time in 2 Months This Crazy Winter than Jim Harbaugh was given in 6 Weeks at Ann Arbor for the First Time Since the Spring of 1987. 1. Running out Brady Hoke with Dave Brandon was just pitiful, and that rivaled Kentucky Big Blue running out Joker Phillips at the agitiation of Season Ticket Holders who are wealthy. 2. Finding Jim Harbuagh as a Marriage of "Convenience". and 3. Why fall for Minnesota level Spectations?


And, I feel angry why Illinois has a hold on the Worst Parts of Chicago and Not East St. Louis for recruiting? I feel too, The Valdostas (High AND Lowndes), Colquitt County, Steubenville (That has grown beyond Texas Football in recent years, and for ill), Harlan, and East St. Louis is losing grip of their regions. I hate to come hard, and I fear No Anchor in the Ground like Bob Jenkins left for good, No Anchor like I got to do Bob Ley, Varsha, and Frey, and why we get stuck with No Role Models.


I feel that actually, a Daytona 500 Precusor could pass in Miami. The NFL will do what it will do, but, I think, despite my detestaments, is actually a good idea. I don't think Miami is built for 2 Races, and Rumormongering does no no one no good.


Add Comment  | February 12, 2015
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"The Man" should never be subject to negotiation

2 High Profile Losses on this Day in 1990s Sports History in 1990 and 1994, when Buster Douglas Upset Mike Tyson in 1990 and in 1994, Neil Bonnett died, robbing the Cup Division of a Potential John Maddenlike Broadcasting Force later on. I know I am still cross over this past Super Sunday, and I would have bet money in Las Vegas if I was economically secure that Greg Hardy's Camp participated in Witness Intimidation and Harassment, and knowing had Krakken Hardy didn't crack when it mattered, him, Lolutei, and Kueckly would have been the Best Defensive Trio since Banks, Carson and LT and would have won a Grudge Rematch over the New England Patriots and to let it go 1 Time with Munnerlyn, Twice with Hardy and nearly 3 with Cam has North and South Carolina Guessing that they are sick of being star crossed.


And, being on the wrong side of a Miracle Comeback is not amusing,either. And, I think the real Wild West is in Moves or Nonmoves, and, some teams are One and a Half Months until Day One of their 2015 Season in Draft Night. Some of these Political Chicanes would have made George Wallace flip in a big way, and that is lowering the low bar worse than it needs to be.


Its 2015, and does Lewis Hamilton take Title Defense as Serious or Worse than 2009? And I'm sure the Rest of the South NOT Named Kentucky would put a lid to their Undefeated in a Big Way. And, no almosts don't count, or having a loss wreck the whole majesty of a season don't count,either. And, I don't get why the antisocialisms on the Field and the Court and the Track when using that $100 Fender or Chrome Horn only when necessary and I can't get why everyone rides, even with no money, but, not everyone does work to drive and maintain a car.


Add Comment  | February 10, 2015
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Week 5 Driver of the Year 2015

1 Mike Nichols IMCA 25 50


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 16 32


3 Jordan Weaver ASCS 14 24


4 Cooper Webb AMASX 12 12


5 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 10 17


6 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 8


7 Justin Barcia AMASX 6 6


8 Ken Block Global Rallycross 5 17


9 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 4


10 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 3 29


11 Zach Veach Indy Lights 2 2


12 Chris Porter ANDRA 1 26


After 5 of 40 Events


1 Mike Nichols IMCA 50 -


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 32 18


3 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 29 21


4 Chris Porter ANDRA 26 24


5 Mike Garvey SSS 25 25


6 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 25


7 Jordan Weaver ASCS 24 26


8 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 17 33


9 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 34


10 Wade Young Motorsports South Africa 16 34


11 Ken Block Global Rallycross 14 36


12 Michael Courtney Southern Nationals Series 14 36


13 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 36


14 Todd Jackins Int'l Snowmobile Racing 14 36


15 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 36


16 Cooper Webb AMASX Lites 12 38


17 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 12 38


18 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 38


19 McKenna Haase ASCS 12 38


20 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 38


21 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 10 40


22 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 40


23 Blake Baggett AMASX 8 42


24 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 42


25 Bryan Silas Trucks 8 42


26 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 42


27 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 7 43


28 Justin Barcia AMASX 6 44


29 Allen Johnson NHRA 5 45


30 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 6 44


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31 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 44


32 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 44


33 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 45


34 Tony Ave Trans Am 5 45


35 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 45


36 Dean Wilson AMASX 4 46


37 Scott Pruett USCR 4 46


38 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 4 46


39 Rodney Sanders USMTS 4 46


40 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 47


41 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 47


42 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 47


43 Anne Pladson USXC 3 47


44 Zach Veach Indy Lights 2 48


45 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 48


46 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 48


47 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 48


Add Comment  | February 9, 2015
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Why Has Chapel Hill Disappeared into the Southeast?

There are certain things, if you take a part, they don't look, feel, walk or talk the same ever again. Even though I am not religious about SportsCenter, but, feeling Stuart Scott's Voice as much as hearing it and expecting it to return even after 1 Month is still not going to make ESPN Better Ever Again. And, Pushing Chris Fowler to be Mr. College Football, I don't want to be right toward, and I know the Cable Age is going to crash because of folk not having money.


I can't stomach the icolonialists like they didn't belong to Amana or Pella. And, what has me is not just Coach Smith dying from Alzheimers, which is like my late Grandpa Black, but, what about North Carolina's Soul getting played out like Louisiana? Even though I read the Carolina Way from June 2004 TO March 2005, but, my place on the Carolina Tree was with Coach Williams with a Team Autograph and Typewritten Letter after my "Hard Work" Book Report 2 Different Times (2004 AND 2010) 6 Years Apart.


I still say that so and so is not TNN, and I'd hear out Bob Frey's Voice at Lucas Oil Replays only to have it come empty. Peer Pressure is not a substitute, and yet we are more liberal on substitutes than substitute teachers even. I know in Sports Today, having to do the Postmodern Drummer Boy to Soldier like in the Civil War and the Cook to World War II Hero in Pearl Harbor, and have that movie come out 2 Months Before my Grandpa Geinzer died in 2001, because Frat Boys are getting played out of insurance due to 10 to 15 Years Liabilities. I really wonder if having to do it over and over again, I would have preferred anyone but the Fanboy Syndrome win and make money for me.


Editors Note: In my almost decade of writing Sports Blogs, it is not my policy to write blogs from a personal stance, but, the collision of Fake Fantasy and Real Reality is too strong on impact a lot of times.


Add Comment  | February 8, 2015
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Pizzas, Potatoes, Chickens, and Lines Of Communication

My five favorite Buffet Restaurants All Time are Ryans,Old Country Buffet, Shakeys, Huckleberry's in Cedar Rapids when that was in business, and Pizza Ranch, nominally in Manchester. I tend to think that's outside the point, but, where's the purpose in Getting The Food vs. Having Joy in the Dining?


Besides making Chris Fowler the next Keith Jackson, I fear Rece Davis' Role on College Gameday breaking up a Successful 19 Year Band would have been more Rogan and Stanhope and less Kimmel and Corolla. And, i think where AP is in trouble All Day, besides his kids and being a shot role model for kids, is the Steroids, and Lance is fixing for an Arrest Warrant.


I wish,too, that if the 3, 21, and 43 where retired and reserved until proved otherwise, so be it. But, I wouldn't issue another 25 because that is too close to Tim Richmond. I feel strong that NASCAR and The Stock Car Community needs to fire Kurt Busch because Brian, Smoke or Gene Haas won't do it. Just because we didn't have 1st Monday Testing didn't mean you could just fly off the handle and spout and go find Travis Kvapil vs. Kelly Bires.


I am wanting to see Cup Superstars in my future.


Add Comment  | February 6, 2015
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The Undeniables

I feel like the way Aaron White is whenever there is a losing streak wishing everyone else was taking practice and games serious, and that included some of his coaches. I want to separate the Undeniables from the True Liars, because why does being Upper Crust have nothing to do with being Quarterback? And, to slog through the increasing slugs and banana slugs, why don't I see Strong Coaches and not just a Dodo Bird Spinning its wheels statewide? Staying together ties every everybody together, and not just for TGIF. What is Undeniable in 2015 is:


1. The fact talent trumps anything, including lawyers and boosters helping a Star QB outsmarts the Cops.


2. I'd pay money to see New Cup Superstars and if, for future reference, try to recruit Orlando Speedworld and or Mesquite for future "Off Broadways" after the Daytona and Indy 500. AND


3. I hate to call out Dallas Cowboys shots early, but, I feel Slyvester Croom will weld Dallas and Fort Worth for 6 More Championship Rings.


I feel theatricalness is long lost, or the art of the Music Video. No 106, Rap City or TRL, and what hurts is the present Music Industry is in a Body Cancer. And, I don't mind True Freshmen and Women, but, the truth is you can't play out forever and a few days. I think Northeast Iowa would be tougher than usual in route to Football Titles, and I don't mean Aplington Parkersburg's Millenium Falcons or Cedar Falls Tigers Winners', because I don't think in our world, being deflated is a laughing matter. And,  if the footballs where OVERinflated, that would be a less pleasant surprise, also, Even if we flatfooted the UN and invented a Nation to Win Ambassadorship like Peter Griffin or if adventures in MOOCLand would include going from Cedar Rapids to Charlottesville and playing TX Football on a true lie, like Dubai and its oil money, when we knew better, would make athletic eligibilty as a Law Enforcement Issue, because, if all folk knew was Scheme and Scam, we have to at least that very kingly or more kingmaker like than before.


Add Comment  | February 4, 2015
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Why Dance With The Capstones?

Even ESPN has fun with National Signing Day, and even for a Football Power like East St. Louis, for the best of my personal knowledge, is having fun with the Hat Dance. I feel there has to be 8 National Signing Days, 2 Per Season and there are more kids who got chosen by Mt. Mercy rather than play the cruelty of the Next 20 Years of Fall Friday Nights, Next 20 Years of Fall Saturdays and the Next 20 Years of Fall Sundays and Monday Nights. Even though I don't personally have a Football Program even though Clarke got one before Mt. Mercy, but, I want to see Academic Apprenticiship Kids do their books seriously.


I feel that the laws we won't change ever are Assault, Battery, Children, Drugs, Women, Madison Avenue and Vehicles. I feel equally as strong that trying to get to the Minority Communities Constructively will help us make money and expose the TIs, Sabans, Rushes, Urbans, and Kindergarten Babies who are a big ol' problem. I'd love it if Dr. Jerry Punch had to go on the offense on why Kurt Busch shouldn't be racing ever again , and I feel Corporate America can't be stuck on Milhouses.


I feel that to a Man and His Family, he wants to have and get and serve the food, and the worst ain't necessarily the mom or the dad, but, if the kids have a drive to win, that is an indictment. I don't want to see King Leer Goodell, I Am Never Ever Ever Settling for Silver, Inside Job Manfred, and Gambler Bettman say as longer term or long term commissioners, because I feel off the edge, the 1972 Dolphins and 1970s Cowboys Families are wanting company of theirs to be great, and Houston Texas Football Citizens Host a Conference Title Game and Win It All for the First Time Since 1961 and Second Generation Titan be taking more urgent than any Wayans.


The moral in the story is people need to make money and people need enough Work Culture to take pride in.


Add Comment  | February 3, 2015
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Week 4 2015 Driver of the Year

1 Mike Nichols IMCA 25 25


2 Andy Eckrich IMCA 16 16


3 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 14


4 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 12 12


5 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 10 26


6 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 8


7 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 6


8 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 5


9 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 4 7


10 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 3


11 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 2


12 Ken Block Global Rallycross 1 9


Week 4 Driver of the Year


1 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 26 -


2 Mike Nichols IMCA 25 1


3 Mike Garvey SSS 25 1


4 Chris Porter ANDRA 25 1


5 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 1


6 Andy Eckrich IMCA 16 10


7 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 10


8 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 10


9 Michael Courtney Southern Nationals Series 14 12


10 Josef Newgarden IndyCar 14 12


11 Todd Jackins International Snowmobile Racing 14 12


12 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 12


13 Dennis Anderson Monster Jam 12 14


14 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 14


15 McKenna Haase ASCS 12 14


16 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 14


17 Jordan Weaver ASCS 10 16


18 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 10 16


19 Francis Carruthers Motorsports South Africa 10 16


20 Ken Block Global Rallycross 9 17


21 Gary Porter Monster Jam 8 18


22 Bryan Silas Trucks 8 18


23 Devin Robertson US Legend Cars 8 18


24 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 7 19


25 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 7 19


 


26 Allen Johnson NHRA 6 20


27 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 6 20


28 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 20


29 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 20


30 Chase Elliott XFinity 5 21


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31 Tony Ave Trans Am 5 21


32 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 21


33 Scott Pruett USCR 5 21


34 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 4 22


35 Rodney Sanders USMTS 4 22


36 Adam Anderson Monster Jam 3 23


37 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 23


38 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 23


39 Anne Pladson USXC 3 23


40 Ben Rhodes XFinity 2 24


41 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 24


42 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 24


Add Comment  | February 1, 2015
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Bring On The Season

I'd be perfectly happy with ACTUAL Points Racing vs. Hype, and I think this Winter has emboldened my stance and left some Winter Days Embittered and More Bitter than they should have been, where'd I'd split bullets over who should have been there, not been there, or even Friday Cup Qualifying I should have felt in my bones vs, NASCAR Hall of Fame Ceremony ( I will chip in early Jerry Cook, Richie Evans' Northern Modified Nemesis, and Chuck Bown, the reason I stayed with Pontiac as long as I did), or the Cup Banquet with Kevin Harvick Winning it all.


And, THE only Cup Rookie of the Year Candidate is Ryan Blaney, which means at best, there'd be half the season with rookie candidates and unlike 2010, we'd have actual up and comers rising vs. trying to punch holes in the wall just to say they are stars.


Or, even Sunday Night Drag Racing, which would be the case when the overcrowded early portion of the season plays on and every Basketball or Baseball Game plays over and over. I am still saying up the quality of the Motorsports Telecasts because I feel strongly about it, and I think people want Sports vs. Fluff, and Fluff is not a substitute for "Their Show", and people still feel that way, even though we still have a boat full of Series Finales that are not named Friends, Frasier, Home Improvement or The Nanny.


Add Comment  | January 30, 2015
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IndyBowl 2015 Schedule Correction 01292015

Here are the impending developments:


1. I am not shocked or thrilled about Brasilia being cancelled, and I'd prefer to get it in against the perpetual shremp we are in.


2. I am still wanting to see Sports vs. Hype. If anyone tried to be artifically hyper for David Stremme, I am not buying in. You know when money and people get together.


3. Rockingham and Milwaukee could be in the Past, and the need for an "Off Broadway" Post Daytona or Indy 500 Race without it being a stage of its own needs to happen.


1 3-29 St. Petersburg


M 2 4-12 New Orleans


M 3 4-19 Long Beach


4 4-26 Barber


5 5-9 Indianapolis (RC)


6 5-16 Indy Pole (500)


M 7 5-24 99th Indianapolis 500


8 5-30 Detroit 1


9 5-31 Detroit 2


10 6-2 Mesquite BONUS Off Broadway 25/16


11 6-4 Texas Motor Speedway (Dirt) The Golden Apple 25/16


M 12 6-6 Texas Motor Speedway (Superspeedway)


13 6-14 Toronto


14 6-21 Irwindale BONUS The Western 100


15 6-27 Fontana Honda 500


16 7-1 DuQuoin BONUS Mud Bowl 200


M 7-2 Springfield Mile BONUS The Springfield Derby 50


18 7-7 Rockford BONUS Rockford Derby 100


19 7-12 Milwaukee Mile


20 7-14 Cedar County BONUS The Tiger 50


M 21 7-15 Knoxville BONUS The Panther 30


M 22 7-18 Sweet Home Newton, All Summer Long!!


23 7-27 Berlin BONUS W. Michigan Chevy Dealers 100


24 7-28 Toledo BONUS NW Ohio 100


25 8-2 Mid Ohio


26 8-11 La Crosse Car Crusher 50


26 8-17 Wms. Grove BONUS The Pennsylvanian 30


28 8-23 Pocono


29 8-25 Gateway BONUS MO-IL Ram Tough Dodge Dealers 75


30 8-26 Colo. Natl BONUS Western National 100


31 8-30 Sonoma


32 9-14 Memphis BONUS The Blues Bowl 50


M 33 9-21 Indy Bowl I Montgomery Motor Speedway, Montgomery,AL


Remarks


1. It is my civic duty to retain a 33 Round Indy Bowl Schedule in no small part because I am wanting to pump up enviromental pressure so that there is not another Empty Fall and Winter in the Dead of Nothing.


2 No More than 25 Racers PER Bonus Race


3 Entirely Based on Wins and Points Standings


4 ALL MERIT


Indy Bowl I Points


Hopefully, I don't have to keep broaching this issue, let alone Justin Wilson's IndyCar Employment.


10 1st


 6 2nd


4 3rd


3 4th


 2 5th


1 6th


BONUS POINTS Majors Only


New Orleans


Long Beach


99th Indianapolis 500


Texas (Superspeedway)


Springfield Mile


Knoxville


Newton


Montgomery


1 Win 10


2 Wins 20


3 Wins 30


4 Wins 40


5 Wins 50


6 Wins 60


7 Wins 70


8 Wins 80


And, also, I will remark the 33rd Place Starter in the 99th Indy 500, AND I wish there was the same effervescant energy like Chase Elliott and Dylan Kwasinieswski in NASCAR to the IndyCar Half of the Field, and Road Racing begs and cries like a baby for true great days again and NO, don't ASAify my TransAm Cars Ever Again, that included the late term Gentelozzi Trans Am.


Add Comment  | January 29, 2015
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I wonder which venue would be the most detrimentally affected by not having Jeff Gordon in Cup?

I would have be tempted to say out of the 1993 Venues, Atlanta would have been affected the worst, but, it would have been Phoenix, given that track made Jeff Gordon Famous other than IRP and his 0-22 Fall Record.


I'd believe the Superspeedways will still have a role,but, the ones that stay will have a "special" role like before.


I tend to see more Short and Dirt Tracks in Cup and Road Courses, because the fans are not just going to settle down and have it any other way.


And, it is still weird to see the 24 in Greg Biffle's Old Paint and it is a correction course because we are fixing to see more Sports and Motorsports versus Hype, which I am sick to death of.


Just think, if so and so talked up David Stremme like he was Rusty Wallace and the only problem is he doesn't have a real 1 Chance to Win, its on WHO, America? The wrong side of Meteroa has us dumb and numb, and not everyone's Freakin' Sweet like Peter Griffin's Quahog. We'd be Sweet and Sour like saying the Next Massillon without the intangibles.


Add Comment  | January 29, 2015
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The Return of The Real Deal Cup Superstar

In the final days of Sprint, I am just as tired and fed up with speculating who does and does not work for me and I am itchy for the return of the Real Deal Cup Superstar. This is different than walking and talking cocky and being Gucci Mane's "Bet Money". I feel the Next 35 Years stronger than Kevin Durant, and the insecurity of now leaves the Meek and the Milhousian to lurk and find wins like trade wins when trade winds tell us otherwise.


Everyone still has there same stuff from 1999 or 2000 like it was yesterday, and that is the older fan. Could we afford being smug when that cost us money? It would have been like Indianola in the CIML when not only you get fewer wins and titles, but, less revenue along the way.


If Elliott Sadler had to return to Cup to end Bill Elliott's Winless Streak and win the Cup, people would like it more. Beyond 24, Smoke is risking being uninsurable and unbankable. Junior will stand alone, Kenseth will have 1 More Team before its said and done, Harvick and Kurt Busch will still be themselves, JJ won't make the same impact on the title, Newman's lost his Bread and Butter, McMurray's the 1st NASCAR Regular to Claim The 24 Hours of Daytona( The Original Name before Rolex wove itself above that, even in the Rolex 24 at Daytona),and Daytona 500 and won every 1994 Major Track EXCEPT Darlington, Biffle is falling off, Kahne will worsen with no Francis and Carl Edwards is debatable with Gibbs. That is the Young Gun Era from 1999-2004, and  Carl Edwards did not start as a full season rookie in 2004, but, he started his Cup Career in 2004,and keeping the traditions that matter needs to happen.


Add Comment  | January 27, 2015
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Why Not Bring the Dodge Viper to Race in NASCAR?

I would dare the fact the Dodge Viper needs to be in NASCAR Racing, along with the Dodge Ram again. I feel the Dodge Brand is unbelievably out of place and wobbly in Road Racing, and I don't like my Trans Am Cars looking as flimsy as ASA Cars.


I think the good folks at Auburn Hills would relish turning the Viper Wild and Free at Bristol and Nashville like LeMans and Spa. I think if Dodge wanted to send a Car back to NASCAR, why not the Viper?


I want a Mopar to strike like a Mopar, not just a poser car on company time. Dodge's equity is on the ovals and quarter mile, not going left and right, because that is left and wrong. And, I'd like to see the Weekend be a joy over and over and again and again for the truth because I want to see a new line of Cup Superstars rather than also rans.


I think the Viper would be made into a winner in Cup and XFinity and The Ram would move any one else out of the way in Trucks again and Manufacturer Pride needs to be a Reinstatement in a Good Way and I feel that I want to see Champions and a Dodge Championship Defense for the First Time Since 1976.


Add Comment  | January 27, 2015
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Week 3 Driver of the Year

1 Mike Garvey SSS 25 25


2 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 16


3 Michael Courtney Southern Nationals Series 14 14


4 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 12


5 Jordan Weaver ASCS 10 10


6 Bryan Silas Trucks 8 8


7 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 6 6


8 Tony Ave Trans Am 5 5


9 Scott Pruett USCR 4 4


10 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 3


11 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 2 3


12 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 1 7


After 3 of 40 Events


1 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 -


2 Chris Porter ANDRA 25 -


3 Mike Garvey SSS 25 -


4 Martin Fuentes SCCA World Challenge 16 9


5 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 16 9


6 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 9


7 Michael Courtney Southern Nationals Series 14 11


8 Todd Jackins International Snowmobile Racing 14 11


9 Mark Drew ANDRA   14 11


10 Todd Morrow Southern All Stars 12 13


11 McKenna Haase ASCS 12 13


12 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 13


13 Jordan Weaver ASCS 10 15


14 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 10 15


15 Francis Carruthers Motorsports South Africa 10 15


16 Bryan Silas Trucks 8 17


17 Ken Block Global Rallycross 8 17


18 Devin Robertson Motorsports South Africa 8 17


19 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 7 18


20 Mike Joy Historic Trans Am 6 19


21 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 19


22 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 19


23 Tony Ave Trans Am 5 20


24 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 20


25 Scott Pruett USCR 4 21


26 Rodney Sanders USMTS 4 21


27 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 4 21


28 Ben Kennedy Trucks 3 22


29 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 3 22


30 Anne Pladson USXC 3 22


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31 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 22


32 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 23


33 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 23


Add Comment  | January 26, 2015
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Expect Expectations 2015

I feel that, beyond the tangents and the ranting, expecting expectations is needed. To me, I don't see Kevin Harvick winning 3 Straight Cup Titles like JJ tied Cale, and losing Jeff Gordon to retirement cuts us from the First 50 Years of NASCAR Racing in the Cup Division. I still know how I feel when Dario was denied a Press Conference, and I still think cutting SPEED Down had everything to do with everything with Mike Stefanik not battling Richie Evans and the Northern Modifieds crashing, and seeing Modifieds rise and shine in the Deep South and West Coast.


I know we did the right thing in getting Ron Hornaday,Jr. a Full Time Ride, but is he a Taxi? And, he don't want no 35 or 40 Plus Year Career get played out like Lil Wayne. And, settling for what is on the table is or isn't no option and decisions that folk can't come back to later ain't all in stone.


I can't stomach or stand storms, and where are those expectations? I'd rather have 1 Win for Austin Dillon and that be that vs. be played like a punk over true life punks who pump an agenda.


Accountability is harder to place than blame, and easy is not always the way and I feel where's the cheese besides what's there?


Add Comment  | January 25, 2015
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Staying for What Mattered

I wished that the fans stayed for more than just there favorite. Mark Cuban got upset that all the All Star Game Votes was LeBroncentrical. I think the offense that Madison Avenue would be dunked against is LeBron decommissioned for a seismic amount of time, like Sidney Crosby. It almost feels like staying for the candy and not the concerns, like in my school days and not always taking folk to movie, or Homecoming or Prom Date, but, trying to be simpatico or simpatica against those who tried to make me mad.


It's easy to pull trick shots like your Hockey's Equal to Larry Bird, but, no, sir, your not Larry Bird. There's no money staying at home unless you have a relative who always gets dropped off because of every rent, woman, and lawman and woman dialing those 7 Digits, or Elderly or Disabled Relative who's falling off ,or babies and daycare's no option.


The Advice,Beer, and Food don't always work. You can say Free Food like a dorm, but, pay the dang caterers, we got more beers and I'd like to see my heroes and my kids heroes be there for the Next 35, not drink until their kidneys don't work, or go all out on the steriods and have a bigger chest than some women. I tend to wish we didn't backpedal on Speeds AND Records that mattered, even if it was 25 Taylor Swifts from 25 Different Areas.


Add Comment  | January 25, 2015
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Where's the Cheering On or Up?

I still wish Peer Pressure wasn't as nascentral to the world. I feel where is the Cheering On or Up because if folks cut "National Stay at Home" Loans, we have significant issues. I still don't like or love why they'd be in a rush to support someone who is flim flam in their Day to Day Security, but, what about everyday?


I still stand by the fact I supported Jeff Gordon when he was "One Of Us" and I don't mean it like it is bad, but, I am still nostalgic for Blue Collar, Stock Car Short Track USA having more of a hold vs. now. And, I still don't like being simplified, like we are today, and I still think my King Jeff Gordon regrets was Ray Evernham going it alone and Jeff Gordon going 0 for 22 at the Phoenix Fall Race, which was the track other than IRP he got famous.


And, what's wild, is I'd still remember the 1991 and 1992 Racing Seasons like it was yesterday. And, sadly, WJ being in the Motorsports Hall Of Fame of America is bitter. I know other folk would say it is bittersweet, but, where I stand from, Alderman and Geoffrion taking away a shot at 100 Wins, and his 1995 Title was because of those twos shiners. And, even though that willed Jim Yates to 1996 AND 1997 World Titles, but, I still feel Jim Yates is the Season Titleist with no US Nationals Win, like Lloyd Ruby on the other end of the Summertime Crosstown at IMS.


Add Comment  | January 23, 2015
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Will Madison International Capitalize Under The Friday Night Stars?

With Madison International Speedway thankfully keeping the Lights On, and with it being 1 of 2 Venues I have been to in Wisconsin (Milwaukee Mile being the other), I still have issues with 1. If Madison International and For Sale came back up due to anemic car counts, it could hurt Hawkeye Downs here in Cedar Rapids.


2. You have a crotchety and paradoxial community (Which means, having the Best Schools and the Most Violent in the SAME District, which Only Suburban Detroit would have boasted) and that  is not proud.  You at least need something constructive : D-League or NBA Rival Hoops, Minor/Junior Pro Hockey( Not Since 2000), Proper Arena Football, and even Minor League Baseball (As Not Known Since 1993) and no ASA (Not Since 2004).


3. And, would the Super Late Model Renaissance Capitalize here in the Midwest fast enough? It is "Alone Again,Naturadiddly" II and a Homer Simpson in the ambulance lane is not good for the heroics.


4. Dad, Uncle and Grandpa are more than not proud the great days are just a rumor. And, it needs work and we can't just jam today into 2035 and people are tight to their decisions,good and bad. And, a TNN again won't be on the dial when the Satellites twist.


5. In the end, I want to see more new venues. This is tight for some folk, but, everyone else got something new, why not the tracks, because people feel safer with a welcoming vibe.


Add Comment  | January 19, 2015
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Week 2 Driver of The Year 2015

1 Chris Porter ANDRA  25 25


2 Wade Young Motorsports S. Africa 16 16


3 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 14


4 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 12


5 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 10


6 Devin Roebrtson US Legend Cars 8 8


7 Marcos Ambrose Aus  V8 6 6


8 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 5


9 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 4 4


10 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 3


11 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 2


12 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 1 6


After 2 of 40 Events


1 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 -


2 Chris Porter ANDRA 25 -


3 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 16 9


4 Wade Yong Motorsports S. Africa 16 9


5 Todd Jackins Int'l Snowmobile Racing 14 11


6 Mark Drew ANDRA 14 11


7 McKenna Haase ASCS 12 13


8 Jamie Whincup Aus V8 12 13


9 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 10 15


10 Francis Carruthers Motorsports S. Africa 10 15


11 Ken Block Global Rallycross 8 17


12 Devin Robertson .U.S. Legend Cars 8 17


13 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Start 6 19


14 Marcos Ambrose Aus V8 6 19


15 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 6 19


16 Timmy Hill Sprint Cup 5 20


17 Rodney Sanders USMTS 4 21


18 Darrell Wallace,Jr. XFinity 4 21


19 Anne Pladson USXC  3 22


20 Jimmy Owens Lucas Oil 3 22


21 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 23


22 Rubens Barichello Brazil V8 Stock Cars 2 23


23 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 1 24


Add Comment  | January 19, 2015
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Long Loved and Long Lived

I think, even with this state getting bigger, we have gotten long lived, if not long livid, but, long loved and nutured and cared for is another. I want to see more of a 1965 instead of a 1990, when both saw 1st Time Winners left and right, but 1990 was when a lot of them didn't stay. And, too, if we get 1992 Again, I prefer the sequel be at least better than 1993, because we know tragedy and violence a little too much.


And, life after the Sweet Spot is forgot and it shouldn't. A man like me feels voids where they shouldn't be , and I wish Iowa High School Sports didn't suffer the "Dannen Syndrome" which made Commissioner Wulkow erroneusly send DM North to Ankeny Centennial or not problem solve and mediate Ames-DM East. The high bars are not impossible, and I hate with all my life they feel that way.


I think AAU's been on the same mistake 3 Times, with trying to woo Tennis Stars to go pro out of Tennis Camp and wreck the sport today, Track Stars to go pro and memorably devaste in London, and Basketball Stars with Questionable Professionalism and being paid another AD,Coach,Dean or President and behave merceniarial.


And, the fanboyisms are not cool, because kids need better role models and teachers besides the tennis shoes and paycheck flips, and I really want to see more investment in people against "Bet Money" like Gucci Mane was in my neighborhood talking reckless and with no awareness of how other's function.


Add Comment  | January 18, 2015
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Can't The "Right Thing" Be The Law?

I felt that the misguided tweet by Anthony Marlowe which later freed Cole Whitt to Front Row Racing means Burger King or Tim Burger has to have to free themselves from BK Racing. And, having Red anywhere in Kansas or Mississippi Uniforms means Karma is a Curse, and it is a local curse, too.


I feel the only reason McDonald's is McDonald's is they stick their neck out and keep theirs that want to learn and work. And, 00's Revenge is going about Michael Waltrip Racing and I wish it was funny, but, no one wants drama too close to their home. Where is the common sense? And if  Michigan and PA have to come back  from 100 Jillion Dollar Devastations, even New Orleans has less of a bad spot in comparsion.


Charisma is not to be confused with playing by the rules. SMU was the only other school besides Kentucky to have multiple McDonald's All Americans and both are non-starters. Larry Brown is going to be Exhibit A of the Houston Nutt Rule where "I Don't Know" means 2 Years No Postseason, at best. I wish that the accident and purpose where weeded out and the Modern Familyisms of On Accident, On Purpose, or On Inappropriate is upsetting and aggravating and if Job Fairs and Moocs only encouraged folk to get to work or stay on campus instead of at home, like before, we'd have the 1 Summer in the FD Red and a Fat Pension, and worse, a 30 or 40 Year Old with no mast be "just a kid" or worse, and do everything except school, which the taxpayers would have an ethical moo cow to no end.


Add Comment  | January 17, 2015
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Forever Tickets should come from Forever Places

I wouldn't have minded Forever Tickets from Indianapolis Motor Speedway or Knoxville Raceway, but, if it is a Forever Place cleverly designed as a Security Issue, its an issue. Or, oppurtunistic as the Milwaukee Brewers, and, wanted to create buzz, and exploit something that was formerly reserved for a Chosen Few who have been in true extenuating circumstances, it would become a joke.


Paranoid is not Intrepid. And Insecurity is not a Bridge,either. I doubt Women are feeling okay with Insecure Guys or Having Guys who Want to be Prefab with No Work.


Everything happens for a reason, and dealing with the bad everyday is not even fun. Living in the this or next instant is rachet and plastic. We always want to do what the Pros Do, and the Pros aren't always right.


I think having to build more Modern and Postmodern Venues needs to happen. Does Edgy and Neurotic make a Hall of Famer? The journey would be more interesting, but, it doesn't mean it's a Hall of Famer.


Financial Security is earned, and I think if we are stuck with the Insecurities, we are not happy passing the buck to a nub.


Add Comment  | January 15, 2015
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IndyMyIndy's Adulthood

I hate to see broke and broken every single day as Hannibal Burress inherited the not so imaginary Bad Joker World Title Belt from Jay Leno. Michael Beasley would have been the pro who would have benefited from Preps to Pros and I hate to see Car Wrecks Clearly before they happened. I feel I am still the 1st and I don't let off the gas on being a Role Model for Kids. I doubt I laugh when the Blue Moon over Iowa City is leaving me a Blue Streak of Anger and I still would have snapped into action, but, knew enough I'd need my money more than an Economic SMU.


It bad enough when someone mom or dad call someone out like in my earlier line, because, if it is dad, it is the Wrong Side of Sunday Morning. And, the last State of Kurt Busch's Career would be the last of Dover Downs. I hate going on a region who can't even rally a Legion Field like Birmingham without it being condemned or Oakland Alameda County Coliseum that a 44 Year Old 2Pac would not know was great. The autumn wind is in Sin City, and instead of Silver and Jack, like you needed to have a Committment to Excellence, again, as your Oakland and actually Las Vegas in 2015, Las Vegas in 2016, and a Contender in 2017 and if having to do it all over again, and again, being the Hero for Central and South Georgia and North Florida for All Time by doing the Winning the Quintessential AFC Super Bowl Legend, by beating Pittsburgh twice in PA in One Year, what Earl Campbell didn't do and still is only Jacksonville and could have led a Super Bowl after ending 16-0 like yesterday, and it still is missing on Duval County Soul.


I feel heroics beat bad decorum as Ohio is a Bad Block 8 like Belgrade, and Michigan can't be paying General Manager money without having to make the Fed print the difference, and on the regular, ringing more than the bell only jumps Mississippi State and Houston to action and sure, Arizona and Tulane is Tyson and Tatum and this is not good if the mistakes was called company wide like you ignored science, recalls and school.


Add Comment  | January 14, 2015
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At the tail end of a Parts Issue...

The real root of what held Open Wheel, IndyCar, and Sports Cars down in a nasty way was the parts issues that left us with the older days Black Hats. I can't stand Franck Montagny (It's Pronounced Montag "Like Heidi"-ny) smoking Crack Cocaine like Kendrick Lamar, James Stewart is embarassing Tallahassee as bad as Scott Stapp and Infamous to the world, and Mike Helton needs to unemploy Kurt "Can't We Unemploy Him Permenantly Now, Really!" Busch for America if Tony Stewart or Gene Haas can't man up.


Not all of its pleasant, even if your the 1st Hero or 1st in Years in your town. I can't tell Pulp Fiction, because The Stone Cold Lead Pipe Lock of A Reality does hurt and ain't afraid to know it. We know Urban lost his 2nd and Last Best Assistant for all time, and Rhoads would have to do an Operation: Cattle Drive all over Kansas to Texas from Ankeny in order for Ames not to be winning sympathy like its Pokemon or Feeling Bad for something we should never signed up for even if we where bad before, and that's just to make up for his earlier exodus of Hermann.


It took Pusha T to unload "Exodus" on Lil Wayne and why are we love with Broke? And, what's scarier is Alabama and JJ was OUR better defenses, and trying to tell me an obstructor was better than no redneck or grand jury leaves Cedar Falls and Ames standoffish like Tonkin. Where are we at the front of the class and even if the economy got rosier, I'd be agitated if the economy was half as bad as today. I feel talent needs to speak and speak in a big way,too.


Add Comment  | January 13, 2015
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Responsibilty in the Paint

Last time I checked, I feel the abscence of Teacher Styled Teachers, Coach Styled Coaches, and Pro Stock and Pro Styled Professionals. No, even if you said you where Brian McGhee or Allison The Adventurer, in the end, there will be people who'd get worked up over a Drinking Expedtion to Ottawa or Mexico City because it wouldn't fly at home. I am not the condoner of staying at home JUST to stay at home, and if Jimmy Jack Jackson got a King Sized Pension for fighting fires for the Urban Fire Department Red or being law for the Urban Police Department Blue, for 1 Summer, off the couch, how could you tell the difference between someone reckless and stays at home with money or reckless, stays at home and doesn't care?


There is merit in education. At some point, being "Just A Kid" would lose any and all meaning. I'd like to see stronger interest in Western State Stock Car and Open Wheel Racing. Even if we was making money all over again and buying our way up to the Clean,Green, Pristine, Pearly White Gates of West Des Moines, we'd still know who'd plant flowers in the flower pot or fix their Pontiac every Saturday and Sunday.


If someone actually did play Wimbledon and Augusta Barefoot and in the same year like they was an athletic gift from Pure Heaven, they'd at least have to sign autographs as if they mattered vs. being a Car Wreck of a Pro. Why are we stuck with a Bigger Tennis Camp and this mercenarialism and cavalierity certain pros leave is not even halfway close to a good look, even if the Left or the Wrong Mind.


Add Comment  | January 13, 2015
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1st Quarter: The Extension

Not every part of the Country can enjoy a Good Icebreaker Race because there is actual snow and ice on the roads here in the Midwest. I feel having a Winter USAC Title is Unavoidable and largely, your going to see more Open Wheel Racing again.


The poetry in taking your time is wonderful vs. rushing matters, and beyond the Lucas Oil or World of Outlaws, I think having to promote Dirt Names to NASCAR is sadly inevitable and the salvo this last Fall and Winter is Detroit taking charge of the Trucks again.


And, putting shells in money rather than "Bet Money" pays and Dennis Setzer is still angry he was beat out of a National Title in 1993 because he could only run Hickory and didn't have money to do 1st Quarter. The Hyperaggresion of this Climate means in Stock Car Short Track USA means to take 1st Quarter as serious as the 4th, and more options are WONDERFUL and BEAUTIFUL, but, I'd like to see the ones who Turn 10 versus 5.


In the end, if paying the student athlete is not necessarily an ethical option, I would like to see more money in the Scholarship Funds and that begins and ends at home.


Add Comment  | January 13, 2015
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License to Tell You A Narrative

Personally, what is lost is a Narrative, because Zac Brown Band is a Stronger TNN Country Band and less of a Frat Boy Band and can't we save the Steel Guitars for Heavy Metal? I don't like playing God/Teacher/Notre Dame/Crowd Control/The Law, but, even for the matchups that would have actually been money in the Fall of 2016, the Big Ten would have been criminally anemic vs. The SEC and that's even if Kirby Smart was not collecting Alabama's Paychecks.


This week is Oklahoma Chili Bowl Week and I am happier more Oklahoma Natives are rising to overtake the territory and King Kinser or Slammin Sammy Swindell is no longer a Strong Arm and having to play keepaway from Donny "Tequila" Schatz and being left agitated or angry would have been no options.


Sometimes, Tomorrow and Reality Hurting is just as common as Death and Taxes. And, no, people don't handle Michael Waltrip Flips well at all, and the Oh,Really! Notion in Ames is to bust down the Oklahoma and Texas Cattle Drive. I can't stand Hype, or Bad News and we can't always turn Running and Hiding into an art form, but, Upset Runs and Greatness could turn into an Elevated Art Form and I feel in Sprint Cup, either do Majors or a Niche Market Right because Carl Edwards at Martinsville and Denny Hamlin at Bristol would ring hollow because Kurt Busch can't be King of the Short Tracks because he was Nelson Muntz on the Short Tracks.


Add Comment  | January 13, 2015
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Raising The Great Bar Again

The Golden Rule in a Championship Enviroment is not to have anyone injured,ill or suspended. I feel Oregon is not that strong to break free over Ohio State. But, to a Man like Me, I'd like to see the Great Bar and 18 to 27 Month Rebuilds be just that, rain, snow, sleet or whoever.


I feel strongly the Resurrection of the 3 will happen in 2015. I feel upset Kevin Harvick gets to Play Defense when he's spent his career on Offense! I'd like to see beyond what Sprint hasn't done, nuture and feed the Other Other Sides. The 900 Gorillas have gotten upset because you can't just leave them the Food like a lowhanging stoner, but, in real reality, their mannerisms and TLC need care because, the times people miss out on are just as triumphant as the ones they make.


Where is the strength or speed? If the New York Knicks where beat by a Ghost Team 365 Days Ago, but, if it was the Seattle Supersonics or Spirits of St. Louis who rose up from the Smoke and Ashes, people would have offered a 60 Point a Night Scorer to the Knicks.


And, big and strong vehicles need to be Detroit's Arm. I don't like to be seeing All Small, because, Big Vehicles would be reinforced. If your flying, at least check luggage and recheck it here on Earth and at Home. I know, in real reality, I haven't flown anywhere, but, I'd still want Majesty in the Air and not just having nothing but fun,fun,fun as I feel strongly the FBI should have Air Charge over United States Air and I hate to be looking bleak, but, the truth is the truth and if you don't always make things right and or with love, people see past that,too.


Add Comment  | January 10, 2015
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2015 Week 1 Driver of The Year

1 Johnny Herrera ASCS 25 -


2 Aric Amirola Sprint Cup 16 9


3 Todd Jackins Int'l Snowmobile Racing 14 11


4 McKenna Haase ASCS 12 13


5 Ryan Gustin Lucas Oil 10 15


6 Ken Block Global Rallycross 8 17


7 Danielle Behn USSA Pro Star 6 19


8 Austin Dillon Sprint Cup 5 20


9 Rodney Sanders USMTS 4 21


10 Anne Pladson USXC 3 22


11 Mike Johnson SCORE 2 23


12 Lincoln Lemieux East Coast Snocross 1 24


Add Comment  | January 10, 2015
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Losing those Tony Glovers

Years ago, when Morgan McClure fired Tony Glover, it ruined them. I think a lot of things in Sports in this Wayward Decade have hit one way or another, where 5 Years this Real Hour, Texas and Colt McCoy where taken out of the Game against Alabama. And, I think Stoops' firings where AD or President Boren inspired.


And, on January 7th, it was before Pete Carroll absconded to Seattle and Lane Kiffin abandoned Tennessee. And that was Jan. 9th and 12th. I have problems wondering how this wayward decade has gone and that includes "this" or the "next" instant and the stone being cast and set.


And, worse, I feel if your organization can't tell ship from stern, its a major organization wide issue. And, if your problem captain gets demoted to Moline to "learn his lesson", the demeanor is sad and fruitless. And at this time in 2010, North Carolina and Great Academics went Hand in Hand.


In real reality, everyone gives more than what they sometimes realize. And, I hate to see Car Wrecks left and right when there is no plans to repair the car. And, AAU will have to be called out instead of rewarded as a "Cash Cow".


Add Comment  | January 7, 2015
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Plan of Action For Stock Car Short Track USA

Even though this is not 2011, but, I feel Detroit needs to get more involved in reducing the Overhead in the Truck Series. And, that is casting a pall through and blue Stock Car Short Track USA.


Frankly, I wish the cars where longer and stronger, because, sadly, I'd like to see Strength in Size, let alone numbers. I get real offended if K&N was a National Service while doing a paralyzing disservice to your dye in wool Western Membership. I know NASCAR has always taken special and personal interest in a Western Series, dating back to the Mid 1950s, but, I wish enterperneraliship was more vibrant and active.


And with ARCA, why is it the lowline teams get stuck with the Oldies? I don't want no 30 or 40 Pound Heavier Car fly midair. And while we are at Diversity, why not keep trucking Other Other Sides? I would like to see if we could persuade one of the Mexican, European or Canadian Principles to have some rooting principle like the Toronto Maple Leafs.


AND, I prefer NASCAR has a Sponsor or Sponsors who go out of their ways to repay the Sponsor, Pennance, and Points Fund and I would like wins to pay more, but, if we get stuck with Kevin Harvick and his "Sweet Spot", again, it would be worse enough because Rusty Wallace didn't win 2.


Add Comment  | January 5, 2015
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The Field Vs. The Champs: Sprint Cup 2015

I know I am hurt and stung over Kevin Harvick "defending" a Sprint Cup and I feel, even when 2015 is Just a "Baby", to find either 16 Non-Chasers or Unlikely Winners to Agitate the Last Year of the Chase and Sprint's Degradation of the Cup.


1. 3-Austin Dillon I really do want a Real, True In Life, 3 vs . 43 Championship War in 2015 and I stand by it and save for 2013's Nationwide Title, the last Car (Not Truck) Win he had was Kentucky in the Fall of 2012.


2. 43- Aric Amirola See Above and I prefer Amirola Earns a 1st End to End Win to go with his Real 1st last July 4th.


3. 42-Kyle Larson Will Win in Bunches


4. 1-Jamie McMurray I would count on him Winning Darlington and a Short Track.


5. 31-Ryan Newman Richard Childress doesn't like to go winless in Cup, even if his best car finished 2nd in Points.


6. 6-Trevor Bayne If Tennessee wins his 2nd Daytona 500, The 6 Cars Formatability would have been well known.


7. 9-Sam Hornish,Jr. I would like to see him Join Smoke on the Full Season USAC-IndyCar-NASCAR Crown and Unlike Smoke, the Indy 500 is in Hornish's Wins.


8. 19-Carl Edwards Martinsville and Early Qualifying


9. 21-Ryan Blaney QUALIFYING AND WINNING


10. 27-Paul Menard MUST...WIN!


11. 34-David Ragan Is a Non Daytona/Talladega Upset in the Future and will Ragan have Sea Legs over the Cole Whitt Nonhire Earlier This Winner?


12. 38