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Hendrick and NASCAR are Drinking Buddies

I've been all over the place?  (Oct 26, 2009 | post #3)

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Hendrick and NASCAR are Drinking Buddies

Last Sunday it was the #24 car that brake checks the field - this time it's the #48 car. Funny how NASCAR let's the Hendrick cars get away with this... Lap 280: http://cds010.dc1. lapbylap.nascar.co m/d4h2w4i3/cds/pla yer2.html?dopvhost =lapbylap.nascar.c om  (Oct 26, 2009 | post #1)

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Montoya surprise so far of Chase

Obviously you are ignorant about the History of JPM & F1 - not that many complex words; here inform yourself... http://en.wikipedi a.org/wiki/Juan_Pa blo_Monto... Legacy/Overtaking Ability Andrew Benson, a Motorsports Editor for the BBC, wrote this about Montoya's Formula 1 legacy in 2006. "His incredible skills at overtaking - to which he brings an improvisation, bravery, deftness and flair that has arguably never been seen before - are inseparable from his mercurial character. It is easy to forget that until Montoya's arrival in the sport in 2001, overtaking in modern F1 was considered so difficult as to be almost impossible. That is still the case, but Montoya has been able to transcend the limits imposed on drivers by complex aerodynamics and shorter braking distances and pull off passing moves that can only be described as breathtaking. The fact that no-one else has been able to emulate him merely underlines his astonishing ability - he will probably be remembered as the best overtaker in F1's history. Your ignorance of JPM's tenure in NASCAR is also apparent... JPM's first 2 years in NASCAR, he was reduced to drving for a substandard team and crappy equipment. JPM's goal this year was to make the Chase so his focus was on getting the points to accomplish this. Saving his best driving for the Chase - he wasn't going for wins during the regular season. JPM is the only driver to ever have top 5 finishes the first 4 races in a Chase. He was well on his way to making this 5 races until he sustained damage on a restart in Charlotte. JPM is a Colombian drug lord? Childish cliche - at best... Mark Martin is giving ALL NASCAR drivers a run for their Money - not just JPM. BTW, I'm sure that "Old Man" has accomplished more in his life than you ever will. Unlike you, he doesn't have a hangup about his age and is living his dream. With your attitude and when you reach his age I expect you to be a fat unaccomplished loser that has nothing to offer the world. Oh wait!! You aren't American - where you from putz? Obviously you are a putz AND a loser. Anybody around the Metro area that's making decent money or has money - doesn't live in Conyer's Ga. =)  (Oct 22, 2009 | post #21)

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Montoya surprise so far of Chase

trailerpark Bob's driver is the 88?!?! lol!!!! That would explain his jealous hissy fit towards Juan. The 42 is driving circles around Stock Car drivers that have DECADES of experience and the inbred putz can't stand it.  (Oct 20, 2009 | post #18)

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Montoya surprise so far of Chase

3rd place in the Chase until this past weekend having only driven a stock car 3 years? Only driver to have a top 5 finish the first 4 races of a Chase? "clueless redneck Bob" is more like it.  (Oct 20, 2009 | post #15)

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Hendrick Teams Take Out Only Team That Can Beat Them

Interesting what you saw on RaceView... What other explanation would there be for the #24 car "stopping " as you put it when he was the lead car? If you watch some of the Chase race restarts on NASCAR_dot_com, you will see the checking up tactic used more than a few times.  (Oct 19, 2009 | post #3)

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Hendrick Teams Take Out Only Team That Can Beat Them

Dirty Deeds, Done Dirt Cheap! http://bleacherrep ort.com/articles/2 74284-mark-martin- hendrick-teams-tak e-out-the-only-tea m-that-can-beat-th em If you follow the times in a race, and have a decent understanding of what they mean. You would of noticed that Juan Pablo Montoya's car was the fastest car in the long runs. The No. 42 car was just like in practice. They had poor individual laps but they had a great multiple lap averages, and along with the great grip on the track. This race was right on Montoya’s lap. With all the long green flag runs in this race, it would of put the No. 42 in a position to win at the end. Juan pablo Montoya had been proving he could run up front with the Hendrick boys from day one in this chase. You could see this before the incident that basically put Montoya’s out of the chase. Jeff Gordon apparently had troubles with slow starts and Mark Martin ran out of stopping talent. Which makes me wonder, why two of the best drivers in the history of NASCAR ran out of talent at that particular time, one can’t start and the other can’t stop, hm, just goes to show you how hard it is to drive a stock car. Sorry, give me a second , I got to stop writing for a minute. I got something in my eye and I keep on “winking, winking“, ok there it is , it was a bug! I’m fine now, let me continue. During Saturday nights Lowes race Mark Martin was a lap down and in the lucky dog position. David Gilliland hit’s the wall, bounces out, but I did not see his car turn, usually when a car hits the wall and doesn‘t turn, they just keep running. If there is no debris or fluid on the track there is no caution agree? At least that is what I remember from watching NASCAR the last three years. Well guess what, a timely caution was called, it gave Martin the lucky dog and also keeps the No. 48 from running away from the field, a win win situation for the entertainment value of the race. I want to be fair, so I have to say that ABC only showed the car hitting the wall , they did not show the car spinning, so I have to assume it never did and they could of kept gone.  (Oct 19, 2009 | post #1)

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Championship Probability Table: Johnson Pulling Away

Based on my calculations, Montoya takes it this year.  (Oct 14, 2009 | post #4)

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Denny Hamlin calls out NASCAR

I was wondering if anyone else saw what I did this past Sunday. NASCAR saving Tony Stewart's Chase hopes by throwing a caution just perfect to put him in place for a top 5 finish. Kasey Kahne was in no mood to be diplomatic after getting wrecked out from the restart and notes the obvious. Merry Christmas Tony...  (Oct 12, 2009 | post #1)

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NASCAR is cheating for MONTOYA

Luckiest Dog of All http://sportsillus trated.cnn.com/200 9/writers/tom_bowl es/08/06/Free_Pass /index.html "Jimmie Johnson is basking in the glow of a miraculous 13th-place finish that could have ended up far worse. Making up 20 spots in the final 20 laps of the race, the No. 48's charge through the field was fascinating television as he made mincemeat out of his competition in the final few circuits. Coming from three-laps down in the final 150 miles, Johnson's comeback was the racing equivalent of getting away with murder."  (Oct 8, 2009 | post #5)

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Will Kenseth Cause the Big One @ Talladega

There will be several Mad Chase drivers if he takes them out like he did earlier this year. http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=gQUdF gYioOI  (Oct 8, 2009 | post #1)

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NASCAR is cheating for MONTOYA

Yea, that speeding penalty at the Brickyard was a dead giveaway...  (Oct 8, 2009 | post #2)

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Does anyone know where I can find Matt Kenseth phone number

Montoya took his place in the Chase. All Matt has to look forward to is the off season.  (Oct 7, 2009 | post #10)

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Does anyone know where I can find Matt Kenseth phone number

Don't look for him in the Chase, he didn't make it.  (Oct 7, 2009 | post #9)

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Fences to be raised at Daytona and Talladega

They reassessed the cost of altering the fences to make them safer vs. the lawsuits that would ensue if a car ended up in a fans lap. Raising the fences is much cheaper.  (Oct 7, 2009 | post #4)