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WELCOME BACK FOR 2009 AND THANKS FOR YOUR LOYALTY. A PERIOD OF EMPLOYMENT LED TO NEGLECT OF THE SITE FOR A SHORT TIME, BUT WE ARE BACK NOW. WE ARE HEADED TO DAYTONA AT THIS TIME, BUT WHEN WE GET BACK, JOB 1 WILL BE TO GET ALL OF THE 2009 SCHEDULE INFORMATION UPDATED. FOR NOW, DON'T FORGET THE BLOG - WE NEED ALL OF YOUR THOUGHTS, IDEAS AND OPINIONS TO GET STARTED ON THE NEW SEASON.
It’s silly to keep beating on Kyle Busch for smashing his trophy guitar. Our country is full of sports millionaires that attain celebrity status because they can do one thing better than a lot of other folks. Unfortunately that celebrity status does not convey intelligence or class on them, and doesn’t fix stupid. You would think that as a race car driver Busch would have respect for a beautifully crafted piece of equipment and the craftsman that made it. Apparently not, but in comparison to the antics of some of our stick and ball heroes, what he did was mild.
Related: Formula 1
FIA has ruled that Lewis Hamilton did not win the GP at Spa because he failed to yield the lead back to Kimi Raikkonen after taking a short cut across the grass. The way I saw it (on TV of course) was that he had the choice of hitting the Ferrari or going through the grass, so he took the off course excursion. When he came back on course, his McLaren was positioned to the Ferrari drivers left.