Image

Who's your driver for the Daytona 500?

Hunting, Fishing, Football, Baseball, Nascar, Hockey, and any other sports interest.
start a foot ball pool etc.

Moderator: JR Moderator

User avatar
SoCkS_377
4 PILL USER
4 PILL USER
Posts: 24
Joined: Sunday, 21 December 2008, 7:06 AM
Location: Smokie Hills of TN

Who's your driver for the Daytona 500?

Post by SoCkS_377 » Sunday, 15 February 2009, 14:46 PM

Just curious if you all are race fans.......Dale Jr. my fav.....


User avatar
Grump
Wordwide & Qualified
Wordwide & Qualified
Posts: 641
Joined: Sunday, 14 September 2008, 8:02 AM

Re: Who's your driver for the Daytona 500?

Post by Grump » Sunday, 15 February 2009, 14:49 PM

Jr. Of course

User avatar
Punkin Head
Wordwide & Qualified
Wordwide & Qualified
Posts: 3187
Joined: Monday, 11 October 2004, 1:27 AM
Radio: ICOM IC-775DSP
Antenna: Little Tarheel II
Name: Kevin
Location: Charles Town, WV
Contact:

Re: Who's your driver for the Daytona 500?

Post by Punkin Head » Sunday, 15 February 2009, 15:51 PM

Go Stewart!! lol he is runnin strong this year...

did yall see this wreck that JR just caused lmao that was funny
Drake C Line
Little Tarheel II
ICOM IC-775DSP
ICOM IC-746 Pro
ICOM IC-2200H
Baofeng UV-5R
Baofeng UV-3R+



User avatar
bam bam
4 PILL USER
4 PILL USER
Posts: 33
Joined: Monday, 09 February 2009, 17:22 PM
Radio: cobra 148
Name: william
Location: some where in wisconsin
Contact:

Re: Who's your driver for the Daytona 500?

Post by bam bam » Sunday, 15 February 2009, 15:57 PM

Punkin Head wrote:Go Stewart!! lol he is runnin strong this year...

did yall see this wreck that JR just caused lmao that was funny
GO TONY!!!
If it doesn't work the first time the use a bigger club!



User avatar
SoCkS_377
4 PILL USER
4 PILL USER
Posts: 24
Joined: Sunday, 21 December 2008, 7:06 AM
Location: Smokie Hills of TN

Re: Who's your driver for the Daytona 500?

Post by SoCkS_377 » Sunday, 15 February 2009, 16:36 PM

looks like it might end under caution....that would suck


User avatar
fireball894
Skipshooter
Skipshooter
Posts: 324
Joined: Tuesday, 31 October 2006, 19:30 PM
Radio: Cobra 2000
Name: George
Location: Hubbard Oh

Re: Who's your driver for the Daytona 500?

Post by fireball894 » Sunday, 15 February 2009, 19:44 PM

I'm no Jr. fan, and the fact is he and his crew beat themselves but.......

what Vickers pulled was out and out BS....... blocking someone that you are racing with is one thing, flat out driving down to the apron, forcing a car that is overtaking you at a high rate of speed down below the track is not only dangerous but wreckless, everyone seems quick to blame Jr but what people arent realizing is just how much quicker Jr was moving when he had to wrestle the car back up onto the track..... then Vickers like a smart gluteus maxims gives an interview about it criticizing Jr....... but this isnt the first time Vickers has taken people out.......

in most of the rest of the racing world when you act this way you are penalized in some way........ NASCAR turns their head......

way to go NASCRAP..... you make me feel better in realizing almost every race that the 30 or so bucks I spend on World of Outlaw or MACS tickets yield me better racing than those that spend 100s or 1000s of bucks on your shows.......
Channel 32, or sometimes 33 and or 34......



User avatar
djrebel236
Wordwide & Qualified
Wordwide & Qualified
Posts: 2501
Joined: Tuesday, 01 May 2007, 18:38 PM

Re: Who's your driver for the Daytona 500?

Post by djrebel236 » Monday, 16 February 2009, 10:25 AM

ummm, yesterdays race was a joke anyways, nascar had pity on matt since he never won the dat500, napcar is really going downhill and fast, i agree with ya fireball, DIRT is where the real racing is...Dj
I'm banned for talking smack!



User avatar
PA629
Wordwide & Qualified
Wordwide & Qualified
Posts: 868
Joined: Tuesday, 17 October 2006, 23:49 PM
Location: NW PA

Re: Who's your driver for the Daytona 500?

Post by PA629 » Monday, 16 February 2009, 11:00 AM

Kenseth isn't necessarily my favorite driver, but I did have him picked in the 500 pool (he would not have been my 1st pick if I had my druthers, but...). He put $150 in my pocket. :icon_e_wink:
Base: Galaxy DX2517, D104 Silver Eagle w/W2ENY element, SB 220, Imax 2000, 4 element quad
Mobile: Galaxy 95T2, Astatic 575-M6, Sirio P-5000 Performer, Unmentionable 4x2879



User avatar
fireball894
Skipshooter
Skipshooter
Posts: 324
Joined: Tuesday, 31 October 2006, 19:30 PM
Radio: Cobra 2000
Name: George
Location: Hubbard Oh

Re: Who's your driver for the Daytona 500?

Post by fireball894 » Monday, 16 February 2009, 12:44 PM

Well at least something good came out of it 629! 8)
I like Kenseth and all, and if I were in his shoes it's not like I'd turn it down, but that just isnt the way payng fans want to see someone win.......

Couple more moths Rebel.......... hear anything about new about Tri City?
Channel 32, or sometimes 33 and or 34......



User avatar
127
Wordwide & Qualified
Wordwide & Qualified
Posts: 748
Joined: Monday, 19 January 2009, 11:38 AM
Location: Macon, Ga

Re: Who's your driver for the Daytona 500?

Post by 127 » Tuesday, 17 February 2009, 16:35 PM

fireball894 wrote:I'm no Jr. fan, and the fact is he and his crew beat themselves but.......

what Vickers pulled was out and out BS....... blocking someone that you are racing with is one thing, flat out driving down to the apron, forcing a car that is overtaking you at a high rate of speed down below the track is not only dangerous but wreckless, everyone seems quick to blame Jr but what people arent realizing is just how much quicker Jr was moving when he had to wrestle the car back up onto the track..... then Vickers like a smart **Censored** gives an interview about it criticizing Jr....... but this isnt the first time Vickers has taken people out.......

in most of the rest of the racing world when you act this way you are penalized in some way........ NASCAR turns their head......

way to go NASCRAP..... you make me feel better in realizing almost every race that the 30 or so bucks I spend on World of Outlaw or MACS tickets yield me better racing than those that spend 100s or 1000s of bucks on your shows.......
Vickers was doing what any other driver in that position must do! Weather coming and he was fighting for the BS "lucky dog" and using Nascar's yellow line rule to his advantage. You are quick to judge what Vickers did in the blink of an eye and Jr looked to spin Vickers intentionally.
Whether it was intentional or not only Dale knows but it sure looked intentional to the overwhelming majority of the experts and drivers.
It was reported that Jr was under the weather and that might account for his screwups Sunday.
Vickers was spun.
Nascar drivers are paid tens of millions of dollars to do whatever it takes.
the only good to come out of it was that Kyle Busch won't be leading the points anytime soon. :biggrin:


Post Reply Previous topicNext topic

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 5 guests