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Nice to have another Saturday night race at a historic track.

Speaking of that, it's said that history has a habit of repeating itself and what do you know, Mears in another wreck. I'm betting Childress is wishing he hadn't bothered with that stiff.

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Well isn't that something... Last week I take Johnson over Rat for my "A" list driver and Johnson can't get out of his own way fast enough and Rat wins. This week I neglected to adjust my lineups so I was stuck with the same drivers, but decided to start Rat instead of Johnson. Now Rat is in the garage.

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What a wreak feast. I feel bad for the Biff. It would be nice to see Tony get up there and win. 20 to go, mabe marky will win again....

hmmmmmmmmmmm......

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Rough week for me, I'm guessing I'm at the bottom for this race.

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I had a rough night as well. So I'll just keep plugging and try and scratch my way up. Maybe I'll tie a rope to Harveylee and let him pull me up:) I have been trying to pick those drivers in the rough that might have one or two good races a year and save some of the better drivers for later in the season.

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But I could go down for a few weeks straight also.

Its a long season and the guy that has some drivers left the last 10 weeks will move up even faster.

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