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“It's Chelle”

Since: May 09

Philadelphia, PA

#1 May 7, 2009
When I get my hands on Brian Vickers for wrecking Dalebug he will have scratch marks all over his face.
Tony Stewart 14

United States

#2 May 7, 2009
Chelle Belle elle wrote:
When I get my hands on Brian Vickers for wrecking Dalebug he will have scratch marks all over his face.
You should not communicate threats on a public forum...watch it!

“Drive for Five”

Since: Dec 08

Miami Florida

#3 May 7, 2009
Brian Vickers is fugly!
CRJ

Kingston Springs, TN

#4 May 19, 2009
Great to see Sam Hornish slowly but surely getting the hang of nascar. In the past two months to get two top tens, lead at Talladega for a few laps and qualify in the top five at both Talladega and Darlington, and now win the All Star Open it just shows that he does know how to handle a Stock car. Im still not confident enough to say he'll win a Cup race this season, i hope he does as the Coca Cola 600 has been the first victory for alot of drivers such as Casey Mears, Bobby Labonte, Jeff Gordon, and Matt Kenseth. Id even say that Hornish is outperforming Montoya therefore right now, he's the best open wheel driver to transition to Nascar.

“Sit on it! ”

Since: Jun 08

Kyle Universe

#5 May 19, 2009
CRJ wrote:
Great to see Sam Hornish slowly but surely getting the hang of nascar. In the past two months to get two top tens, lead at Talladega for a few laps and qualify in the top five at both Talladega and Darlington, and now win the All Star Open it just shows that he does know how to handle a Stock car. Im still not confident enough to say he'll win a Cup race this season, i hope he does as the Coca Cola 600 has been the first victory for alot of drivers such as Casey Mears, Bobby Labonte, Jeff Gordon, and Matt Kenseth. Id even say that Hornish is outperforming Montoya therefore right now, he's the best open wheel driver to transition to Nascar.
Hornish could never outperform Montoya, Juan is doing a heck of a job.
stfu

Ocala, FL

#6 May 19, 2009
Tony Stewart 14 wrote:
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You should not communicate threats on a public forum...watch it!
One must not take advice from a twit named Jr8r either. stfu. Leave the looney bird alone she has enough problems thinking she's married to Dale being a big one.
TexasJrFan64

Victoria, TX

#7 May 19, 2009
stfu wrote:
<quoted text>One must not take advice from a twit named Jr8r either. stfu. Leave the looney bird alone she has enough problems thinking she's married to Dale being a big one.
You have a really nice name there. What does that mean?

“global warming is a hoax”

Since: Apr 08

knoxville

#8 May 19, 2009
Chelle Belle elle wrote:
When I get my hands on Brian Vickers for wrecking Dalebug he will have scratch marks all over his face.
vickers would snap you like a twig.
CRJ

Kingston Springs, TN

#9 May 19, 2009
18chick wrote:
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Hornish could never outperform Montoya, Juan is doing a heck of a job.
Your kidding, right? Here lately, Hornish is greatly outperforming Montoya and is getting talked about a hellva lot more than Montoya. What has Montoya accomplished or done lately? His rookie year he lucks into a fuel mileage win at a road course, wins a Nationwide race at a road course, but other than that, what has he done? Granted Hornish hasnt won a Cup race yet, but he's outperforming Montoya at all the oval tracks, something that Montoya has yet to improve upon, and until he does that, i dont think he's even a mild success at Nascar. Only at road courses, and really only at Infinion, has he been a threat, and other than that, he's a joke. And i guarantee that after this season, if he's still with EGR, he'll be the only driver there. Plus, Montoya still doesnt have an appreciation for stock cars, just as he said about the All Star race, if he didnt make it into the big show, he didnt care, whereas every other driver in that All Star Open are driven to get into it. If he doesnt care, id love to see his ass elsewhere, like back in open wheel.

“Sit on it! ”

Since: Jun 08

Kyle Universe

#10 May 19, 2009
CRJ wrote:
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Your kidding, right? Here lately, Hornish is greatly outperforming Montoya and is getting talked about a hellva lot more than Montoya. What has Montoya accomplished or done lately? His rookie year he lucks into a fuel mileage win at a road course, wins a Nationwide race at a road course, but other than that, what has he done? Granted Hornish hasnt won a Cup race yet, but he's outperforming Montoya at all the oval tracks, something that Montoya has yet to improve upon, and until he does that, i dont think he's even a mild success at Nascar. Only at road courses, and really only at Infinion, has he been a threat, and other than that, he's a joke. And i guarantee that after this season, if he's still with EGR, he'll be the only driver there. Plus, Montoya still doesnt have an appreciation for stock cars, just as he said about the All Star race, if he didnt make it into the big show, he didnt care, whereas every other driver in that All Star Open are driven to get into it. If he doesnt care, id love to see his ass elsewhere, like back in open wheel.
You sound like your jealous or something. Montoya has improved since coming from Dodge, what are you? nuts, jealous hater.
Chelle

Philadelphia, PA

#11 May 19, 2009
Earl Keese wrote:
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vickers would snap you like a twig.
It was joke loser.
CRJ

Kingston Springs, TN

#12 May 20, 2009
18chick wrote:
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You sound like your jealous or something. Montoya has improved since coming from Dodge, what are you? nuts, jealous hater.
How many races is he lead this year? How many times has he been a factor? Montoya has shown NOTHING to indicate he should be in a stock car, and if you cant see that, your blind, which apparently u are since your a fan of the jackass called Kyle. Hornish has shown more promise in Nascar in this year alone than Montoya has in the past couple seasons.
Christy88

San Antonio, TX

#13 May 20, 2009
CRJ wrote:
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How many races is he lead this year? How many times has he been a factor? Montoya has shown NOTHING to indicate he should be in a stock car, and if you cant see that, your blind, which apparently u are since your a fan of the jackass called Kyle. Hornish has shown more promise in Nascar in this year alone than Montoya has in the past couple seasons.
Hornish is doing ok if he can stop wrecking every race he might actually have a chance at winning. Juan I think has improved alot and has the ability to driver but not sure if its lack of equipment or experience. But Juan drives with a chip on his shoulder and ends up fighting with the car next to him and then its all over. If he would stop busting up his car and drive around other cars instead of trying to move everyone one out of the way he would be up front also.

Since: Aug 08

Maple Heights, OH

#14 May 20, 2009
Christy88 wrote:
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Hornish is doing ok if he can stop wrecking every race he might actually have a chance at winning. Juan I think has improved alot and has the ability to driver but not sure if its lack of equipment or experience. But Juan drives with a chip on his shoulder and ends up fighting with the car next to him and then its all over. If he would stop busting up his car and drive around other cars instead of trying to move everyone one out of the way he would be up front also.
Hornish definitely seems like a wreck magnet. He's not always to blame, but it seems like every race something goes on around him. I'm happy to see both of them improving.
Christy88

San Antonio, TX

#15 May 20, 2009
team-shr wrote:
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Hornish definitely seems like a wreck magnet. He's not always to blame, but it seems like every race something goes on around him. I'm happy to see both of them improving.
Yeah I wouldn't write anyone one of them off any time soon. I think alot of people were suprised when hornish won the first all star segment.

“Sit on it! ”

Since: Jun 08

Kyle Universe

#16 May 20, 2009
CRJ wrote:
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How many races is he lead this year? How many times has he been a factor? Montoya has shown NOTHING to indicate he should be in a stock car, and if you cant see that, your blind, which apparently u are since your a fan of the jackass called Kyle. Hornish has shown more promise in Nascar in this year alone than Montoya has in the past couple seasons.
At least that "jackass" Doesn't make up excuses for his lack of performance, or blames his crew chief, and He wins, unlike said driver.
Christy88

San Antonio, TX

#17 May 20, 2009
18chick wrote:
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At least that "jackass" Doesn't make up excuses for his lack of performance, or blames his crew chief, and He wins, unlike said driver.
How many cup races has he won this season?

“Sit on it! ”

Since: Jun 08

Kyle Universe

#18 May 20, 2009
Christy88 wrote:
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How many cup races has he won this season?
He's won 3, a far cry from last year, but still.
take that LGR

AOL

#19 May 20, 2009
CRJ wrote:
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Your kidding, right? Here lately, Hornish is greatly outperforming Montoya and is getting talked about a hellva lot more than Montoya. What has Montoya accomplished or done lately? His rookie year he lucks into a fuel mileage win at a road course, wins a Nationwide race at a road course, but other than that, what has he done? Granted Hornish hasnt won a Cup race yet, but he's outperforming Montoya at all the oval tracks, something that Montoya has yet to improve upon, and until he does that, i dont think he's even a mild success at Nascar. Only at road courses, and really only at Infinion, has he been a threat, and other than that, he's a joke. And i guarantee that after this season, if he's still with EGR, he'll be the only driver there. Plus, Montoya still doesnt have an appreciation for stock cars, just as he said about the All Star race, if he didnt make it into the big show, he didnt care, whereas every other driver in that All Star Open are driven to get into it. If he doesnt care, id love to see his ass elsewhere, like back in open wheel.
Bravo!
Bravo

AOL

#20 May 20, 2009
Brian Vickers needs to go to SHR next year.

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