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Metroejoe makes the pre rain pass for the lead and gets the rain out Daytona win this year. Although it may not be as sweet as a complete 500 win I'm sure he'll take it! Congratulations metroejoe!

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Stats N Stuff

Previous Winners

2006 - airjer, 356 points

2007 - Braves57, 270 points

2008 - Capt. Blaine/fatmike, 340 points

Couple of things, not a big deal, but "the pro" and "trick" should be in the FM league. Nobody knows who "BrownTruckRacer" and "scottstein" is? If you could check in and let us know who you are that would be great.

Yahoo did not give out the league information until today (not sure what time) if this becomes the norm than I will get these posted sometime on Monday. If they go back to posting the league info Sunday night than I will try to get this posted Sunday night.

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What a horrible start.

Thanks Dale for your horrible driving.

If it was Kyle that pulled that move we would see numerous trashing threads but Dale got way to impatient with that many laps to go.

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Dale got way to impatient with that many laps to go.

In the same thinking, did Vickers have to block with that many laps to go? smirk

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Congrats MetroJoe! Okay so here I am once again mired at the bottom third after the first week. I should buy stock in ladder companies. Going back to Cali, Cali, Cali.

Tunrevir~

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Thanks everyone. I think that might be the first time I had all four drivers cross the finish line at Daytona. Of course who knows what would have happened had they finished the race.

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