NASCAR: The WWE of Motorsports

NASCAR: The WWE of Motorsports

There are 11 comments on the Motor Trend story from Feb 20, 2009, titled NASCAR: The WWE of Motorsports. In it, Motor Trend reports that:

Last weekend marked the start of NASCAR's 2009 racing season with the 51st running of the Daytona 500, the pinnacle race in the ultra competitive Sprint Cup series.

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Junior Fan

Atlanta, GA

#1 Feb 20, 2009
WWE with June bug the star.



& if you don't like the way he's living

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Beautiful

Atlanta, GA

#2 Feb 21, 2009
Beautiful
WWE Nascar

Aptos, CA

#3 Feb 22, 2009
I told you it was the WWE.
duplicate threads

Las Vegas, NV

#4 Feb 22, 2009
bumpity bump
Mary

Richmond, VA

#5 Feb 23, 2009
Apparently this idiot hasn't seen a Formula 1 race...
WWE NASCAR

Trumbull, CT

#6 Feb 23, 2009
Helton and France's greed has turned NASCAR into the WWE of motorsports. Real racing fans are abandoning this three ring circus like the French army running from the Germans; leaving clueless old grammys and teenage girls as NASCARs fan base.

Since: Apr 07

United States

#7 Mar 25, 2009
When some refer to NASCAR, why is it always about people named Helton, France, etc.?

Why not mention other names like General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Dupont, Pepsi, Coke, M&M's-Mars, Goodyear, Budwiser, Mobil 1, The National Guard, Lowes, Bank of America, Home Depot, Sprint-Nextel, Shell, Jack Daniels, FexEx, Miller, Lenox, Kodak, Kellogs, GMAC, CarQuest, Quaker State, Raybestos, Eddelbrock, Menards, Ritz, Gillete, Champion, 3M, Office Depot, AFLAC, Scots,Bosch, RedBull, Best Buy, UPS, NAPA, Delphi, Siemens, UAW, Stanley, Dewalt, McDonalds, USG, Carhartt, Kraft, Penzoil, STP, Interstate Batteries, Waste Management, AAA, Valvoline, Allstate, Irwin Tools, Sharpie, Oscar Mayer, Crown Royal, Target, US Army, Sony, Altel, Georgia Pacific, Wells Fargo, Texas Instruments, Loctite, Pedregree, CITI Financial, No Fear, Little Dibbie, Energizer, Fuji Film, Nicorette, Post, Lysol, Serta, Bass Pro, Garnier, Remington, Con Agra, Subway, Catapillar, SKF, Freightliner, Fetherlite, etc...

Get it?

Probably not. The WWE nor any other entity in sports or Sports entertainment, has the support of so many companies who sponsor the series, tracks, teams and drivers.

You tell all those companies that NASCAR is fake.

Maybe they'll listen to you.
Mike

Houston, TX

#8 Mar 25, 2009
MarkL5 wrote:
When some refer to NASCAR, why is it always about people named Helton, France, etc.?
Why not mention other names like General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Dupont, Pepsi, Coke, M&M's-Mars, Goodyear, Budwiser, Mobil 1, The National Guard, Lowes, Bank of America, Home Depot, Sprint-Nextel, Shell, Jack Daniels, FexEx, Miller, Lenox, Kodak, Kellogs, GMAC, CarQuest, Quaker State, Raybestos, Eddelbrock, Menards, Ritz, Gillete, Champion, 3M, Office Depot, AFLAC, Scots,Bosch, RedBull, Best Buy, UPS, NAPA, Delphi, Siemens, UAW, Stanley, Dewalt, McDonalds, USG, Carhartt, Kraft, Penzoil, STP, Interstate Batteries, Waste Management, AAA, Valvoline, Allstate, Irwin Tools, Sharpie, Oscar Mayer, Crown Royal, Target, US Army, Sony, Altel, Georgia Pacific, Wells Fargo, Texas Instruments, Loctite, Pedregree, CITI Financial, No Fear, Little Dibbie, Energizer, Fuji Film, Nicorette, Post, Lysol, Serta, Bass Pro, Garnier, Remington, Con Agra, Subway, Catapillar, SKF, Freightliner, Fetherlite, etc...
Get it?
Probably not. The WWE nor any other entity in sports or Sports entertainment, has the support of so many companies who sponsor the series, tracks, teams and drivers.
You tell all those companies that NASCAR is fake.
Maybe they'll listen to you.
Then don't watch it fool

Since: Dec 08

Henderson, NV

#9 Mar 25, 2009
WWE NASCAR wrote:
Helton and France's greed has turned NASCAR into the WWE of motorsports. Real racing fans are abandoning this three ring circus like the French army running from the Germans; leaving clueless old grammys and teenage girls as NASCARs fan base.
NASCAR sold out here in Las Vegas (150,000)

There was a Formula 1 race here several years ago and only 2000 people showed up

Since: Dec 08

Henderson, NV

#10 Mar 25, 2009
There are no more Formula 1 races planned in the future

I wonder why?
LOL

Since: Apr 07

United States

#11 Mar 26, 2009
Mike wrote:
<quoted text>Then don't watch it fool
Mike,
What you just said makes no sense to me. If anybody else got it then explain it to me, because Mike is obviously a man of few words.

And Mike, congratulations... at least you are smart enough to be able to spell fool correctly.

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