With Daytona just around the corner, who do you think will win the Superbowl of racing? Will anybody knock off Jimmie Johnson or do you see him winning a 6th straigh title?
The sport has suffered a lot in the past year or so. It is so much better to watch it on tv, then going to the track. You get a much better overall experience.
Jimmie could become the best driver that ever raced, next to Richard Petty. Winning 5 in a roll is amazing. That is not luck, that is talent.
Jimmie, Jimmie, Jimmie? No. No. No. Richard Petty will come out of retirement and take it this year. Just playing. Jimmie or Denny. Maybe Carl Edwards
Daytona is really fast now. They were hitting speeds of 205. Sunday will ge a great race to watch. Jr. is on the poll.
Nascar is here- oh okay. Another great reason to not watch TV. Thank you for the warning though.
You don't like Nascar Cagsil? Or you don't like TV? I know you be tearing the game system world up though, right?
Personally, these same people could be doing something better than what they are doing. Driving around a track? Besides, watching cars going fast isn't as much fun as being the driver of said car. Therefore, it's boring to watch.
TV has a relaxing effect, while a complete waste of time, because nothing is constructively done, either to improve one's own life or that of others.
Gaming? Gaming is irrelevant as well. Especially, video games hooked up to a TV. Sure, it great for some amusement at times, but if not handled properly, then it negates responsibility of one's life and meaningless to others.
I think it is fun to watch. I know a lot about cars, so I enjoy it more. Racing at 200mph. 8 inches apart at times, pretty exciting to me.
The youngest Daytona winner ever. Best Gordon by 5 years. Trevor Bayne is something special my friends.
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