So far a very disappointing year for the #8 and I wonder how long Waltrip will be staying with D.E.I. Anyway I believe it was a stupid move at the beginning of the season for Dale to switch crew chiefs and pit crews. Now #8 is in a bind no wins and a couple of wrecks have really thrown him off. Hopefully for the #8 has learned a lesson in sticking with what you got if it is working because right it is not working for the #8.
Face it #24(Except singing) and #48 are the better cars this season.
I have to disagree with Jimmie Johnson being one of the best this year. I don't believe the hype, and I don't think he's that good a driver. He's doing well, but I think that may change.
I have unabashed loyalty to Kurt Busch, and I think it's wrong that the Nascar community is bashing him for being a rebel, and not a "picture perfect" champion. He's not perfect, folks; let him be who he is. For all anyone knows, a bit of attitude could be a shot in the arm to the franchise, and one that is definately needed.
ANd as for Dale Jr...I think he's a decent driver, but I wish people wouldn't consider him the second coming of Dale Sr. I mean, the old "like father, like son" statement is a cliche, not a fact of life.
(edited by SOK on 28.5.05 0811) I play chicken with the train, play chicken with the train train, uh-huh uh-huh!
http://www.wrestlingobserver.com/wo/news/headlines/default.asp?aID=20209 Well, so much for the era of Sherk as the dominant champ. If UFC wanted to gain some good pub for itself in the wake of this (and in the wake of the Benoit/Bonds controversy)