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Discussion in 'Wolfman's Nascar Pit Stop' started by zappaf19, Mar 2, 2006.
Did anyone else think the Cal. race was boring?
yes indeed, very few cautions, mostly just for debris on the track. Not a whole lot of action.
Yes it was i thought that there would be more racing but hey im just glad tony fell out.:grin-big:
:cursing: :cursing: :cursing: Go Tony!!:cursing: :cursing: :cursing:
The Cal. race was pretty lame! They took away a race from Darlington so we can watch this kinda crap! Nascar is really heading in the wrong direction! California wasn't even close to a sellout, couldn't get enough yuppies to buy tickets. I guess it don't matter as long as they can get the Duff sister's to wave the green flag. The hell with the fan's who got them to where Nascar is now!
Market coverage is what they wanted and got - most of the drivers said it was a good race for them but they know when you have a track that wide with three grooves the viewing will be BOOOOORING! Still beter the the resticter race!
I didnt waste my time watching it much less thinking about it.
California and Michigan, those are two tracks I dont care to watch the racing on.
Short tracks that's where it's at!!!! beatin and bangin... nascar at it's finest.. JMO i think they should take away the rear spoiler on the cars along with the front valance.. let emmm run that on super speed way..
i just thought it was poetic justice that Tony Stewart pulled all that stuff at Daytona with Matt Kenseth and then the next week Tony blows an engine and Matt wins the race. Could not have happened to a better person if you ask me
One word... Karma .....
Karma... hmmmm well all i have to say is that tony made the race by swattin around matt.. weather you like tony or not he tries to make things exciting... what was the old saying? rubbins racin.... jmo