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Kyle wins, Hate to say it but this dud has his sh-t togather.

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i dont know but kyle is starting to grow on me!!

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I love it. Especially since I had him. To bad I missed Back 2 Back weekly wins by 1 STinking bonus point!! I had the top line-up but the Gordon qualifying 5 bonus points got me.

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Love him or hate him....the guy can flat-out drive a race car. He is fun to watch.

Richmond is an awesome track. I wish Nascar had more tracks like that.

I think my thumb has a blistler from pushing the remote button to switch channels from the race to the Twins game and back to the race! My arms were getting a good work out too. Switch channels, sip a brew,...repeat!

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ya richmond was a pretty good race now off to daringnton whichshould be ok i think then back to cookie cutter boring racing

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I missed the race and hope to watch it tonight.

From the sounds it was a good one to see.

Sifty

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Kyle is definitely gaining in fans...Not as many boo birds!

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Ya I cant say I 'm big fan but I will say this I dont mind him

as much as I disliked havick when came around he kinda mellowed

the diffence is the kid can back his mouth and as I said will

break some reords

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He has been doing pretty good but I personally cannot stand him. He still comes across somewhat arrogant to me.

Maybe some day I will like him but that day has not arrived quite yet.

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He still comes across somewhat arrogant to me.

Somewhat?? That's the understatement of the year.

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Now that was a fun race to watch!

doesnt look like stremme made too many friends

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ya he was doing some pushin i think maybe a guy like him

who really needs to prove he deserves that ride trys to hard

kurt is runnin good so is the 77 so do good or bye bye

kinda like casey mears

maybe soon jr to lol

i like the fact the 5 gets hit and comes back for 5th still

him and burton

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Pyle has mellowed enough for me to almost quit calling him Pyle. winkgrin

My wife still won't watch a recorded race if she finds out beforehand that he won. I'm just liking the fact that he can get to the front these days without wrecking someone else to get there.

He's gonna be good for awhile....

I have to give him props for that smart aleck response to his brother though. Kurt (Durt, in our house) was crying to his little bro about passing him on the outside and Pyle says, "Thats they way we do it in the front these days".

Hilarious.

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If kurt busch had better equipment he'd be winning alot more races. He does a good job with what he has, just doesn't seem like he has a fast enough car to stay out front.

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