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Man it is hard to pick drivers for this race. I lost both my B class drivers in wrecks and my C driver aint work a dang. Fun to watch but its hard on the fantasy points.

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yep! i am getting beat up myself... always tough

for me to pick on short tracks.

randy

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Did you guys hear Clint Boyers comment about Mikey Waltrip when he got caught up in that wreck.

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The end of the race couldn't have been any better. Kyle got spun out and got a little of his own medicine. I bet his ego is hurting right now!

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So we have someone who looks like a rat calling the other guy Mr. Ed?

Old McFrance had a farm, ee ii ee ii ooo...

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I caught Bowyer's comments about Mikey too. Something along the lines of: "He's the worst driver in NASCAR, period, and can't believe NAPA re-signed with them".

LOL.

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The rat bush is dam lucky carl didnt come kick his azz what a looser this guy is.He thinks its ok if he does it but someone does it to him he gets out of hand .I hope nascar dock him for his action at the end of this race what a poor sportsman.

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Just found this out on Jayski:

Edwards was not summoned by NASCAR, but he was stopped near the NASCAR hauler by Joe Gibbs Racing president J.D. Gibbs to talk about the exchange with his driver. "He just explained to me that you reap what you sow, which I believe," Edwards said. "I explained to him that's why that happened that way. That's it. I have a lot of respect for him and the organization. They do a really good job and I really look up to them, so that's that."

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Kyle should have been the last one to be upset about some contact...

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Breaking news.....They bump and run at Bristol!!!!!

If Kyle Busch is upset about a tap and go at Bristol he really should get out of the car. Or better yet, race a late model on a dirt track for a while and learn how to take a bump.

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Of all the places to complain about some bumping and banging Bristol is not the one.

Sifty

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got that right. its about time they set him right. hes the one thats doing it 90% of the time, serves him right.

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Best All-Around Driver in Nascar right now.

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Best All-Around Driver in Nascar right now.

Carl Edwards.

edit: Oops, I thought you were asking a question. whistlegrin

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Kyle Dominates again!

Hard not to with his team and car...... wink wink.

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Did the deal between Edwards and Bush at the end seem "scripted" to any one else??

Not complaining about it, I thought it was great!

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So proud of Carl.

Roush dominance !!

**I could'nt help but notice what appeared to be a tear in the corner of lil busch eye after the race.

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Funny how when the tables are turned he get's all pouty. How quickly he forgets his hack move on Jr. earlier in the season to get the trophy.

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Kyle is the biggest cry baby in NASCAR, hands down without question. He and Tony must be long lost brothers. They are the perfect fit in that they think everyone needs to get out of their way and they in turn don't have to move over for anyone or anything.

Kyle got what he deserved. The 99 team made the final big adjustment that won him the race. Kyle simply pouted and had a temper tantrum at the end because he didn't have the fastest car when it mattered the most. My 3yr old and 5yr old kids throw the same kind of fits as Kyle did. smirk

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I would guess that when the final run starts, Kyle will recieve a little more of what he has coming to him. He has pounded on many drivers and sooner than later the pay backs will come to him when it really hurts him the most.

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I got a kick out of some of Kyle's post race comments. Saying that he'll pay Carl back during the chase.

Yeah right! Good idea! Then allow yourself to be penalized by NASCAR for rough driving. Heck, they may even want to park him!

Just blowing smoke in the wind I think, but it just goes to show where his level of intelligence is at. smirk

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I got a kick out of some of Kyle's post race comments. Saying that he'll pay Carl back during the chase.

Yeah right! Good idea! Then allow yourself to be penalized by NASCAR for rough driving. Heck, they may even want to park him!

Just blowing smoke in the wind I think, but it just goes to show where his level of intelligence is at. smirk

He did graduate early with honors from high school

It is very easy to spin someone and make it look like a racing incident.

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