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Old 11-02-2011, 05:51 PM   #21
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Tony Stewart and Haas Racing ....Haas is my last name...Maybe that has something to do with-it......

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Old 11-02-2011, 05:54 PM   #22
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I'll tell you what. Ownership is agreeing with ole Smoke. Hes a COMPLETELY different critter than he was 10 years ago. Like i said, i wish him the best of luck....NEXT Season. This season is ALL Carls!! Carl and Bob have worked long and hard and have waited long enough to sit at the big boys table!
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I wish Carl Edwards would of kicked cry-baby Brad Kesalowskis cry-baby ass...Tony...Mark Martin....Kenseth....and...Carl are my guys....Montoya and Jimmy Johnson along with Jeff Gordon ...SUCK...If you ask anybody I know.....along with cry-baby Kesalowski or how ever you spell his cry-baby ass....

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"Tony Stewart Here"

I knew Tony and Jeff when they were young a racing in the Indianapolis area. And did a little pit crew work for Tony in distant past when he was racing for John Manard. He is a driver and a good person. Oh yes competitive, that he is! He and Dale senior were best of friends and Tony looked at Dale as a mentor. God Bless good old #3~

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Newman, Stewart, Kahne, Little E and Kenseth.

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I wish Carl Edwards would of kicked cry-baby Brad Kesalowskis cry-baby ass...Tony...Mark Martin....Kenseth....and...Carl are my guys....Montoya and Jimmy Johnson along with Jeff Gordon ...SUCK...If you ask anybody I know.....along with cry-baby Kesalowski or how ever you spell his cry-baby ass....
You notice ole Brat Krash-a-lot-ski settled his whiny azz down after Carl flipped his brazen azz into the guard rail @ Atlanta.

I dont hate on Brat so much now thats hes settled down. If Carl cant bring home the Cup. I wouldnt mind seeing Brat bring the Captain his first cup. Something Rusty couldnt do...and it would be better than cry baby busch getting another one.
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YES...That was way-to-cool......

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Im a Martin/ Stuart fan , but I havent watched much nascar this season , they have turned all the racers in whiney azzz's , boring road courses, restrictor plates , lets get back to the good ol days of racing when rubbin was racing , there were dirt tracks involved , which I think they should race a couple dirt races every yr , and when you got mad there were punchs thrown ,

I will start watching when they get back to racing like it used to be

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Im a Martin/ Stuart fan , but I havent watched much nascar this season , they have turned all the racers in whiney azzz's , boring road courses, restrictor plates , lets get back to the good ol days of racing when rubbin was racing , there were dirt tracks involved , which I think they should race a couple dirt races every yr , and when you got mad there were punchs thrown ,

I will start watching when they get back to racing like it used to be
You mean the great excitement of cars winning buy 3-4-5 laps up on the rest of the field.

If you had watched the past couple years you would have seen some DAMN exciting racing ESPECIALLY the road courses. You have also seen some good fights and some serious rubbing.




Boring road course...

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I never liked Dick Trickle, but the race driver was cool. He smoked during cautions.

Ricky Bobby and Cal Naughton Jr. are my favorites.

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