Marcos Ambrose's move pays off at Wat...

Marcos Ambrose's move pays off at Watkins Glen

There are 9 comments on the Los Angeles Times story from Aug 9, 2009, titled Marcos Ambrose's move pays off at Watkins Glen. In it, Los Angeles Times reports that:

A year ago Marcos Ambrose used pit strategy to win at Watkins Glen International.

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“Ave Satanas”

Since: Dec 06

Bratislava, Slovakia

#1 Aug 9, 2009
And Kyle was crying afterwards...hasnt he bumped someone outta the way before to win !!

Whats good for the goose is good for the gander.

Suck it up Kyle and act like a man !!
Cheers For Kyle

Winter Park, FL

#2 Aug 9, 2009
O.K. Kyle, now you know how to get around Marcos today!!! The big question is---why did NASCAR let Robby Gordon get away with rough driving---not one time but four times against Joey Lagono...and finally knocking him out of a race in a burning race car...NASCAR Shame On You!!!
Jimmy

Dallas, TX

#3 Aug 9, 2009
Minor league big deal.
AriannaHuffingsm urf

Jacksonville, AL

#4 Aug 9, 2009
Kyle is only, what, 3 or 4 yrs old now? He's got plenty of time to prove himself. But he'll never be as cool as Ambrose.
WWE NASCAR

Sandy Hook, CT

#5 Aug 9, 2009
Way didn't Jr drive; he certainly could use the practice. Either he would rather go drinking, or he doesn't want to embarrass himself.

Since: Dec 06

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#6 Aug 9, 2009
WWE NASCAR wrote:
Way didn't Jr drive; he certainly could use the practice. Either he would rather go drinking, or he doesn't want to embarrass himself.
Why are you worring about Jr????? We had plenty of road ringers crowding in on the local nationwide drivers..
WWE NASCAR

Sandy Hook, CT

#7 Aug 9, 2009
snow wrote:
<quoted text>Why are you worring about Jr????? We had plenty of road ringers crowding in on the local nationwide drivers..
Actually NASCAR needs a policy where drivers aren't allowed to race in other series. At the end of the year top pointing drivers can move up, lower points drivers have to move down.

“UP SMOKE!!!!!! (IE: GO SMOKE)”

Since: Jun 08

Galway Ireland? I WISH!

#9 Aug 10, 2009
WWE NASCAR wrote:
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Actually NASCAR needs a policy where drivers aren't allowed to race in other series. At the end of the year top pointing drivers can move up, lower points drivers have to move down.
Here it goes... What a stupid agrument! I am so tired of this argument. I'm a race fan & a race fan loves racing - all types of racing. If a driver wants to drive a Sprint, Nationwide, truck, open wheel modified, sprint winged ... etc.. they should be allowed. A true racer can drive multiple different cars and win. The Nationwide race cars arent even the same cars; a the Sprint COT... The only reason why fans come out to races are to see good racers put on a show.
Hilton Head

Kissimmee, FL

#10 Aug 12, 2009
WWE NASCAR wrote:
Way didn't Jr drive; he certainly could use the practice. Either he would rather go drinking, or he doesn't want to embarrass himself.
Jr. who?????

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