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    Sunday, February 8, 2009

    The Superbowl of NASCAR?

    Well, This is my first blog so be easy on me. I am a NASCAR fan. I wouldn't say that I am the biggest, I don't watch every lap of every race, but I do my best to watch as many as I can. I am a #24 Jeff Gordon fan, been one since 1992. That is when I lived in Virginia, while I was in the Navy. The Daytona 500 may have been the sports biggest race, but ever since they put restrictor plates on the cars on the super speedways, Daytona and Talladega, in my opinion they have tarnished both tracks. How can you say that the biggest race in your sport is one that can have one crash take out half the field. Because of this there are two different theories on how to take on these tracks. One is to get in front and stay in front, which is very difficult, because if you get hung out, you can go from first to twenty first in 2 seconds. The other theory is to hang back until less than a hundred laps to go then make your move. Well, neither has proved to be the way to go. That one mistake by someone that doesn't have a chance to win, can take out all of the top competitors. Then you have a bunch of nobodies racing for the biggest prize in racing. How can this be the Superbowl of NASCAR. For me, I would take either race at the Bristol, Tenn. track. Those are my two favorite races of the year. Well, that's all I have for now. Don't even get me started on our local track, Louden may be the most boring track on the circuit. That's just one persons perspective. I'm Rubbershoes Corey keepin' it real.

    billy@wickedpissadude.com

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