And that's why I love DeLana, even though I find Happy to be a bit grating at times. She's not just some pretty face in the pits, she knows about the business and can take a lick or two and return fire.
As for Logano, I think it's the result of being around two of the biggest crybabies in Hamlin and Rowdy Busch that he learned bad behavior like that. It was a racing deal, no need to get all jerky like that. Joe Gibbs may be a great NFL coach and NASCAR owner, but in terms of developing men and not boys, he's not even 1/1000 as good as John Wooden was.
Originally posted by supersalvadoranAs for Logano, I think it's the result of being around two of the biggest crybabies in Hamlin and Rowdy Busch that he learned bad behavior like that. It was a racing deal, no need to get all jerky like that.
I have to 100% disagree with your assessment of Joey's reaction. This same exact thing happened at the end of the Nationwide race at Bristol this spring, so with it being the second time Harvick's blatantly punted Joey at the end of a race, Joey had every right to be pissed off. It's a good thing all those crew guys were there, though, because Harvick has handled Carl Edwards in a physical confrontation, so he would probably break Joey in two.
The person who came off as the biggest douchebag in the whole deal was, not surprisingly, Tom Logano.
Holy fuck shit motherfucker shit. Read comics. Fuck shit shit fuck shit I sold out when I did my job. Fuck fuck fuck shit fuck. Sorry had to do it....
Revenge of the Sith = one thumb up from me. Fuck shit. I want to tittie fuck your ass. -- The Guinness. to Cerebus
I agree overall with odessasteps- not that there were too many decisions, but that outside of the last two bouts, it was a rather forgettable PPV. -I really like Clay Guida, but I don't know about the decision.