Hamlin upset Gordon using influence

Nov 14, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Knoxville News-Sentinel

Denny Hamlin is continuing to take a more vocal role in the garage and called on NASCAR to give all drivers equal opportunity to help shape policy and procedure.

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Face it, Folks. Plate racing is the most exciting...
Man, but have you ever tried a racing sim with one of those 200MPH traffic jams? I think NASCAR 3 was the first one I had, but 2003 Season was the first one with good drafting physics. Watching the real race is exciting, but after having participated in simulations, its so much easier to relate to.

Here's a great video of a Green White Checker with a big field in 2003 Season. http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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Does Hamlin whine about EVERYTHING?????

I am beginning to think he has a bad case of PMS....all the time!!!!
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Does Hamlin whine about EVERYTHING?????
I am beginning to think he has a bad case of PMS....all the time!!!!
Not really, does Joonyer ever make the chase?

Denny does not whine near as much as Joonyer fans make excuses for the obvious lack in tallent shown the past two years in the #88.
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Face it, Folks. Plate racing is the most exciting races of the year. The cars stay bunched up in tight lines and almost every car stays on the lead lap because of the draft. You're sitting on the edge of your seat waiting for the "{big one". If by chance, they don't have the big one, all you do for the next couple of months is piss and moan about how boring it was. Bullsh*t!!! I haven't seen anything boring or routine about plate racing since it started by in the eighties. Boring to me in some place like Michigan with the everyone stretched out three seconds apart and half the field down a lap or more. There's nothing boring about a race that has 60 lead changes. Plate races are the best chance the little man has of winning big. Ask Brad K.
So what you are saying is that "Real Race Fans" go to the races to watch the big wreck and artificial packs of cars where no car has an advantage because HP has been choked down to the point that no car can run up front? Plate racing might be responsible for tight packs, however, so is The Thanksgiving Holiday on I-95 between Washington DC and Fredrecksburg Va.

If you wish to see a race where the leading championship contender will be happy running in 30th place for the first 180 laps and treating the race like 180 Pace laps that lead to an 8 lap race, then I guess plate racing is your thing. I, on the other hand, would much more like to see a race where the ability of the driver and crew are responsible for the position the car is running and not just who happens to hook up with who for the final push. I hope that nobody thinks of the first 180 laps at the last Dega as racing.

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So what you are saying is that "Real Race Fans"
Complete epic fail. I didn't see the term 'real race fans' used at all in the comment you responded to. Your response was invalid before you even began making a point.

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Complete epic fail. I didn't see the term 'real race fans' used at all in the comment you responded to. Your response was invalid before you even began making a point.
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Dam, I got a fan!
Fans, by nature, can not help but to respond to a statement, whether it is aimed at them or not. I await, with ancicipation, your next response.
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Complete epic fail. I didn't see the term 'real race fans' used at all in the comment you responded to. Your response was invalid before you even began making a point.
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So, you do not think whoyakidding is a real race fan? That sould be aimed at him and not me. Again, my fan, I await your next response, you are unable to resist.

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So, you do not think whoyakidding is a real race fan? That sould be aimed at him and not me. Again, my fan, I await your next response, you are unable to resist.
You won't need to ancicipate for long. It's right here.

The post you responded to was about racing, not about categorizing those who watch it. You ran out of talent in the reading department. Brain fart and epic fail.

However, if you wish to try BS'ing your way back from embarrassment, be my guest.
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You won't need to ancicipate for long. It's right here.
The post you responded to was about racing, not about categorizing those who watch it. You ran out of talent in the reading department. Brain fart and epic fail.
However, if you wish to try BS'ing your way back from embarrassment, be my guest.
God, you must not have much of a life, you think that feeding the monkeys on a topix board could cause embarrassment? How do you run out of talent when expressing an opinion? You are much like most of the pansy boys who reference themselves as boys, the internet has allowed you to express your opinions without the benifit of the testicular fortitude needed to do it in person.

This stupid SOB thinks the cyber world is real.
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Man, but have you ever tried a racing sim with one of those 200MPH traffic jams? I think NASCAR 3 was the first one I had, but 2003 Season was the first one with good drafting physics. Watching the real race is exciting, but after having participated in simulations, its so much easier to relate to.
Here's a great video of a Green White Checker with a big field in 2003 Season. http://www.youtube.com/watch...
You also got to love it when one of the geeks thinks that sim racing actually relates to the real thing. Did you get to feel any of the G forces? Did you get to feel the difference in power as the engine temp went up? These little cyber punks with no real world experience are actually quite sad.

You should get out, either you or your parents should build you a U-Car and do some actual racing and quit thinking that a computer screen equates to the real thing.

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You also got to love it when one of the geeks thinks that sim racing actually relates to the real thing. Did you get to feel any of the G forces? Did you get to feel the difference in power as the engine temp went up? These little cyber punks with no real world experience are actually quite sad.
You should get out, either you or your parents should build you a U-Car and do some actual racing and quit thinking that a computer screen equates to the real thing.
http://www.nascar.com/2008/news/features/12/2...

LOL Nobody ever said every aspect of sim racing is equal to real life. lol And really - if sims

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God, you must not have much of a life, you think that feeding the monkeys on a topix board could cause embarrassment? How do you run out of talent when expressing an opinion? You are much like most of the pansy boys who reference themselves as boys, the internet has allowed you to express your opinions without the benifit of the testicular fortitude needed to do it in person.
This stupid SOB thinks the cyber world is real.
Funny, really... because I feel like you're the monkey who's getting fed AND embarrassed. I can tell by your name calling that you're taking this all way too personally.

"Good, I can feel your anger...
...Strike me down with all of your hatred and your journey towards the dark side will be complete." HAHAA!!!

hate those movies but that line suits so perfectly! rofl
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Funny, really... because I feel like you're the monkey who's getting fed AND embarrassed. I can tell by your name calling that you're taking this all way too personally.
"Good, I can feel your anger...
...Strike me down with all of your hatred and your journey towards the dark side will be complete." HAHAA!!!
hate those movies but that line suits so perfectly! rofl
And now driving Sim. Car number IQ 72 is one of the greatest racecar drivers ever to sit behind a keyboard, "The YouTube Boob". Right after the simulated race, Mr. Boob will give all of the simulated details on his simulated win. By the way, little one, my only journey will be to South Carolina for the Thanksgiving race, you will be where?

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Not really, does Joonyer ever make the chase?
Denny does not whine near as much as Joonyer fans make excuses for the obvious lack in tallent shown the past two years in the #88.
WTH does Junior and the chase have to do with Hamlin acting like a girl???? And they say Junior fans are obsessed with the guy.....

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And now driving Sim. Car number IQ 72 is one of the greatest racecar drivers ever to sit behind a keyboard, "The YouTube Boob". Right after the simulated race, Mr. Boob will give all of the simulated details on his simulated win. By the way, little one, my only journey will be to South Carolina for the Thanksgiving race, you will be where?
The more you continue with your BS, the clearer it becomes that you were deeply offended. As for your silly little 'who goes to the most races' contest... lol
My personal life is clearly nobody else's business, and the less I know about other people's personal life, the better.

Don't care, not interested.
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The more you continue with your BS, the clearer it becomes that you were deeply offended. As for your silly little 'who goes to the most races' contest... lol
My personal life is clearly nobody else's business, and the less I know about other people's personal life, the better.
Don't care, not interested.
Your personal life is obviously lived on the screen of a computer with a$$ firmly implanted in a chair. Sim racing is for geeks and cripples who can not do the real thing. Not actually interested in what you do, however, it is so obvious that it demands definition.

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Your personal life is obviously lived on the screen of a computer with a$$ firmly implanted in a chair. Sim racing is for geeks and cripples who can not do the real thing. Not actually interested in what you do, however, it is so obvious that it demands definition.
Obvious or not, why would my personal life cross your mind in the first place if you have no interest in it? You actually gave it enough thought to enter it as a topic for discussion.

Let it go.
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Obvious or not, why would my personal life cross your mind in the first place if you have no interest in it? You actually gave it enough thought to enter it as a topic for discussion.
Let it go.
Who won your latest sim race, was it the fat boy on the get around, or perhaps the geek with the 50cc scooter? I do not enter your personal life for discussion, I only point out the obvious lack of real human contact.

Last week I had one of my personal computers crash (blue screen of death) and had to call one of the geeks who service the contract. Man, talk about a social misfit, I asked him if he was into D&D, or perhaps fantacy war gamming becuause by his complexion it was obvious that he had not seen the light of day for awhile and by his zits, he was only able to participate in monolific sex.
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Sim racing is for cripples .
Hates people of color.
Hates homosexuals.
Now add the disabled, what a "honorable" officer of the peace you must have been.

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God, you must not have much of a life, you think that feeding the monkeys on a topix board could cause embarrassment? How do you run out of talent when expressing an opinion? You are much like most of the pansy boys who reference themselves as boys, the internet has allowed you to express your opinions without the benifit of the testicular fortitude needed to do it in person.
This stupid SOB thinks the cyber world is real.
You are a fu***ng moron. Hell I'm embarassed for you, by the comments you make, when you "run out of talent". And you talk about not having the testicular fortitude needed to express your opinions in person. Isn't that exactly what you're doing? Please stop embarassing me and just STFU!!!

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