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Post by RealRacer4 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 6:24 pm

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1 Jamie McMurray Joplin, MO Chevrolet Bass Pro Shops / Tracker Boats Teresa Earnhardt
2 Brad Keselowski Rochester Hills, MI Dodge Miller Lite Roger Penske
5 Kasey Kahne Enumclaw, WA Chevrolet Farmers Insurance Linda Hendrick
7 Robby Gordon Orange, CA Dodge Speed Energy Robby Gordon
9 Marcos Ambrose Launceston, Tasmania Ford Stanley Richard Petty
10 David Reutimann Zephyrhills, FL Chevrolet Tommy Baldwin Racing Tommy Baldwin
11 Denny Hamlin Chesterfield, VA Toyota FedEx Office J D Gibbs
13 Casey Mears Bakersfield, CA Ford GEICO Bob Germain
14 Tony Stewart Rushville, IN Chevrolet Office Depot / Mobil 1 Margaret Haas
15 Clint Bowyer Emporia, KS Toyota 5-hour Energy Rob Kauffman
16 Greg Biffle Vancouver, WA Ford 3M Commercial Graphics Jack Roush
17 Matt Kenseth Cambridge, WI Ford Best Buy John Henry
18 Kyle Busch Las Vegas, NV Toyota M&M's Brown Joe Gibbs
20 Joey Logano Middletown, CT Toyota The Home Depot Joe Gibbs
22 A.J. Allmendinger Los Gatos, CA Dodge Shell / Pennzoil Walter Czarnecki
23 Scott Riggs Bahama, NC Chevrolet North Texas Pipe Robert Richardson
24 Jeff Gordon Pittsboro, IN Chevrolet Drive to End Hunger Rick Hendrick
26 Josh Wise* Riverside, CA Ford Morristown Driver's Service Jerry Freeze
27 Paul Menard Eau Claire, WI Chevrolet Tarkett / Menards Richard Childress
29 Kevin Harvick Bakersfield, CA Chevrolet Rheem Richard Childress
30 David Stremme South Bend, IN Toyota Inception Motorsports Kevin Buckler
31 Jeff Burton South Boston, VA Chevrolet Wheaties Richard Childress
32 Terry Labonte Corpus Christi, TX Ford FAS Lane Racing Jack Roush
33 Brendan Gaughan Las Vegas, NV Chevrolet South Point Hotel & Casino Richard Childress
34 David Ragan Unadilla, GA Ford Barrett-Jackson Bob Jenkins
36 Dave Blaney Hartford, OH Chevrolet Tommy Baldwin Racing Allan Heinke
37 Timmy Hill* Port Tobacco, MD Ford Poynt.com Larry Gunselman
38 David Gilliland Riverside, CA Ford Rick Santorum for President Brad Jenkins
39 Ryan Newman South Bend, IN Chevrolet Wix Filters Tony Stewart
42 Juan Montoya Bogota, Colombia Chevrolet Target Chip Ganassi
43 Aric Almirola Tampa, FL Ford Medallion Financial Richard Petty
47 Bobby Labonte Corpus Christi, TX Toyota Kingsford / Scott Products Tad Geschickter
48 Jimmie Johnson El Cajon, CA Chevrolet Lowe's / Kobalt Tools Jeff Gordon
51 Kurt Busch Las Vegas, NV Chevrolet Phoenix Construction Services James Finch
55 Mark Martin Batesville, AR Toyota Aaron's Dream Machine Bill Jenkins
56 Martin Truex Jr. Mayetta, NJ Toyota NAPA Filters Michael Waltrip
78 Regan Smith Cato, NY Chevrolet Furniture Row Companies Barney Visser
83 Landon Cassill Cedar Rapids, IA Toyota Burger King Thomas Ueberall
87 Joe Nemechek Lakeland, FL Toyota AMFMEnergy.com / Pellet & Wood Stoves Andrea Nemechek
88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Kannapolis, NC Chevrolet National Guard / Diet Mountain Dew Rick Hendrick
93 Travis Kvapil Janesville, WI Toyota Burger King Thomas Ueberall
98 Michael McDowell Phoenix, AZ Ford Phil Parsons Racing Dusty Whitney
99 Carl Edwards Columbia, MO Ford Subway Jack Roush
249 J.J. Yeley Phoenix, AZ Toyota America Israel Racing Jay Robinson

One driver will be going home. I got J.J. Yeley as the driver going home.

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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by Magus978 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 6:56 pm

Timmy Hill in Sprint Cup...



:WHY:


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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by RealRacer4 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 6:58 pm

Now that I realized that. Now I'm not sure if I want Timmy Hill or J.J. Yeley going home. Hmm. Now that you brought that up, I honestly rather see Timmy going home now.

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Post by day500champ1 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 7:22 pm

Timmy Hill Getting A Sprint Cup ride? My response.
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Post by Tanrar on Fri Mar 02, 2012 7:42 am

I just came to a realization.

Either the American-Israel trash or the #23 car is going to get into the race, since only ONE car is going home.
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by Mystrsyko on Fri Mar 02, 2012 11:56 am

Who the f*** is Timmy Hill?
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Post by BWard on Fri Mar 02, 2012 12:03 pm

Mystrsyko wrote:Who the f*** is Timmy Hill?

He was a rookie in last year's Nationwide Series and as far as I'm concerned from looking on Wikipedia, he is racing the rest of the season in the no.37 poynt.com ford with Max Q Motorsports.
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Post by Sparkz47 on Fri Mar 02, 2012 12:58 pm

So, since only one person is going home, I'm going to have to choose between Timmy Hill and the American-Isreal trash...

Eeny, meeny, miney, moe...


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Post by PKligBKFan on Fri Mar 02, 2012 1:08 pm

You guys need to explain to me why all of you absolutely hate Timmy Hill. For the most part, he stays out of the way and doesn't cause any accidents. Sure, he's slow, but that really isn't his fault. Look at the equipment he's in.
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by RealRacer4 on Fri Mar 02, 2012 1:09 pm

Pay driver. Literally jumped from legends to Nationwide. There are other drivers out there more talented than him. Does that explain everything?

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Post by PKligBKFan on Fri Mar 02, 2012 1:39 pm

RealRacer4 wrote:Pay driver. Literally jumped from legends to Nationwide. There are other drivers out there more talented than him. Does that explain everything?

Not really. You guys are very naive to not notice how a lot of drivers in the ARCA and NASCAR world are pay drivers.
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Post by navycook75 on Fri Mar 02, 2012 1:48 pm

Not all Pay Drivers are slow.....Paul Menard anybody?
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Post by Alta on Fri Mar 02, 2012 2:01 pm

Blake Koch is much better then him. But people think Hill is the better one.

That's why i hate him.
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Post by BWard on Fri Mar 02, 2012 3:36 pm

Kyle Busch currently top the practice timing board with a best lap of 26.05 seconds. Mark Martin moves up to second with a best time of 26.06 while Tony Stewart is in third with a best time of 26.12.
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Post by Mother of Invention on Fri Mar 02, 2012 4:12 pm

Alta wrote:Blake Koch is much better then him. But people think Hill is the better one.

That's why i hate him.

in fairness, Koch had twice as much experience in Stock cars, and a slightly better / more experienced team and still got outpaced by Hill for at least 60-75% of the races last year.
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Post by Mystrsyko on Fri Mar 02, 2012 4:52 pm

in all honesty, i never heard of Timmy Hill until you guys started picking on him at Daytona
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by Cynon on Fri Mar 02, 2012 6:03 pm

Mother of Invention wrote:
Alta wrote:Blake Koch is much better then him. But people think Hill is the better one.

That's why i hate him.

in fairness, Koch had twice as much experience in Stock cars, and a slightly better / more experienced team and still got outpaced by Hill for at least 60-75% of the races last year.

The MacDonald team was pretty crap last year, didn't matter who was driving those cars, they were outpaced by Rick Ware's cars, which used an armada of parkmobiles in addition to Timmy Hill's cash.

The gap between Timmy Hill (last in practice) and Michael McDowell (second last) is the largest gap between any two cars.

Not all pay drivers are slow, but Timmy Hill is out of his depth. How he has a fanbase (other then that he's gone onto some NR2003 and iRacing teamspeak servers) is a mystery to me.

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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by Alta on Fri Mar 02, 2012 7:02 pm

Mother of Invention wrote:
Alta wrote:Blake Koch is much better then him. But people think Hill is the better one.

That's why i hate him.

in fairness, Koch had twice as much experience in Stock cars, and a slightly better / more experienced team and still got outpaced by Hill for at least 60-75% of the races last year.
Remember how i tore this apart last year. Wink
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Post by Mother of Invention on Fri Mar 02, 2012 7:11 pm

Alta wrote:
Mother of Invention wrote:
Alta wrote:Blake Koch is much better then him. But people think Hill is the better one.

That's why i hate him.

in fairness, Koch had twice as much experience in Stock cars, and a slightly better / more experienced team and still got outpaced by Hill for at least 60-75% of the races last year.
Remember how i tore this apart last year. Wink

yeah but I never ended up showing you how Hill was Statistically better Wink
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Post by navycook75 on Fri Mar 02, 2012 7:12 pm

Alta wrote:
Mother of Invention wrote:
Alta wrote:Blake Koch is much better then him. But people think Hill is the better one.

That's why i hate him.

in fairness, Koch had twice as much experience in Stock cars, and a slightly better / more experienced team and still got outpaced by Hill for at least 60-75% of the races last year.
Remember how i tore this apart last year. Wink
yeah, and you didn't clean up the mess....
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Post by Mother of Invention on Fri Mar 02, 2012 7:44 pm

Not all pay drivers are slow, but Timmy Hill is out of his depth. How he has a fanbase (other then that he's gone onto some NR2003 and iRacing teamspeak servers) is a mystery to me.

I do think Timmy should be running cup, but on the flip side this guy has so little experience, he should be the second coming of John Wes Townley, Mike Borkowski, and Chris Diamond all in one, and yet he's held his own and done well considering how rushed he has been.
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by Alta on Fri Mar 02, 2012 8:04 pm

Mother of Invention wrote:
Alta wrote:
Mother of Invention wrote:
Alta wrote:Blake Koch is much better then him. But people think Hill is the better one.

That's why i hate him.

in fairness, Koch had twice as much experience in Stock cars, and a slightly better / more experienced team and still got outpaced by Hill for at least 60-75% of the races last year.
Remember how i tore this apart last year. Wink

yeah but I never ended up showing you how Hill was Statistically better Wink
Once again pretzel, you fail to realize that he was in a trash car at the start of the year, where Hill had the car for the whole year. Koch started tearing hill apart from about mid-season to the end of the year.

IMO There's no reason Koch shouldn't have a Cup ride, He's the next Regan Smith so to speak.
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Post by Jason Hamilton on Fri Mar 02, 2012 9:19 pm

Timmy Hill is a failure
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Post by flyingturns89 on Fri Mar 02, 2012 10:12 pm

Timmy Hill won ROTY in Nationwide on a NASCAR Press vote. Ryan Truex scored the most rookie points, despite only running half the schedule.
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Post by Tanrar on Fri Mar 02, 2012 11:00 pm

inb4 EVERYONE out-qualifies Timmy Hill.
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Post by flyingturns89 on Fri Mar 02, 2012 11:22 pm

RandomClassic wrote:inb4 EVERYONE out-qualifies Timmy Hill.

R3 Motorsports in entered in this race. They're going home.
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Post by Mother of Invention on Fri Mar 02, 2012 11:24 pm

flyingturns89 wrote:
RandomClassic wrote:inb4 EVERYONE out-qualifies Timmy Hill.

Jay Robinson entered in this race. They're going home.


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Post by PKligBKFan on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:20 am

flyingturns89 wrote:Timmy Hill won ROTY in Nationwide on a NASCAR Press vote. Ryan Truex scored the most rookie points, despite only running half the schedule.

Yeah, look at what Ryan Truex was running. Joe Gibbs & Michael Waltrip equipment....
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Post by Guest on Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:15 am

RandomClassic wrote:inb4 EVERYONE out-qualifies Timmy Hill.
inb4 Hill gets pole and Danica wins Busch race.

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Post by pennst24 on Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:24 am

Jeremy Clements > Koch/Hill. He finished higher than both in points with his own team.
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by RealRacer4 on Sat Mar 03, 2012 1:35 pm



Rick Santorum's sponsoring a Front Row car....again. Fail

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Post by Tanrar on Sat Mar 03, 2012 2:40 pm

LOLSantorum
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by BWard on Sat Mar 03, 2012 4:17 pm

Here are the full qualifying results:

1. Mark Martin 26.31
2. Tony Stewart 26.45
3. Regan Smith 26.47
4. Jimmie Johnson 26.55
5. Juan Pablo Montoya 26.56
6. Ryan Newman 26.57
7. Greg Biffle 26.65
8. Kevin Harvick 26.66
9. Joey Logano 26.66
10. Kasey Kahne 26.71
11. Jeff Burton 26.74
12. Kyle Busch 26.75
13. Denny Hamlin 26.76
14. Marcos Ambrose 26.77
15. A.J. Allmendinger 26.81
16. Clint Bowyer 26.81
17. Bobby Labonte 26.85
18. Aric Almirola 26.85
19. Kurt Busch 26.87
20. Paul Menard 26.90
21. Jamie McMurray 26.91
22. Landon Cassill 26.93
23. Dave Blaney 26.94
24. Carl Edwards 26.94
25. Martin Truex Jr. 26.98
26. Matt Kenseth 27.09
27. Scott Riggs 27.12
28. Brad Keselowski 27.12
29. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 27.15
30. Jeff Gordon 27.18
31. Casey Mears 27.22
32. David Reutimann 27.22
33. Josh Wise 27.25
34. David Ragan 27.26
35. 49 J.J Yeley 27.33
36. David Gilliland 27.37
37. Michael McDowell 27.37
38. Joe Nemechek 27.56
39. Robby Gordon 27.61
40. Brendan Gaughan 27.94
41. Travis Kvapil 28.15
42. Mike Bliss 30.49
43. David Stremme 27.88

44. Timmy Hill 27.91 (Did not qualify)

Travis Kvapil and Mile Bliss made it in by owner points.


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Post by BBoy on Sat Mar 03, 2012 4:20 pm

BWardboy88 wrote:Here are the full qualifying results:

1. Mark Martin 26.31
2. Tony Stewart 26.45
3. Regan Smith 26.47
4. Jimmie Johnson 26.55
5. Juan Pablo Montoya 26.56
6. Ryan Newman 26.57
7. Greg Biffle 26.65
8. Kevin Harvick 26.66
9. Joey Logano 26.66
10. Kasey Kahne 26.71
11. Jeff Burton 26.74
12. Kyle Busch 26.75
13. Denny Hamlin 26.76
14. Marcos Ambrose 26.77
15. A.J. Allmendinger 26.81
16. Clint Bowyer 26.81
17. Bobby Labonte 26.85
18. Aric Almirola 26.85
19. Kurt Busch 26.87
20. Paul Menard 26.90
21. Jamie McMurray 26.91
22. Landon Cassill 26.93
23. Dave Blaney 26.94
24. Carl Edwards 26.94
25. Martin Truex Jr. 26.98
26. Matt Kenseth 27.09
27. Scott Riggs 27.12
28. Brad Keselowski 27.12
29. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 27.15
30. Jeff Gordon 27.18
31. Casey Mears 27.22
32. David Reutimann 27.22
33. Josh Wise 27.25
34. David Ragan 27.26
35. 49 J.J Yeley 27.33
36. David Gilliland 27.37
37. Michael McDowell 27.37
38. Joe Nemechek 27.56
39. Robby Gordon 27.61
40. David Stremme 27.88
41. Timmy Hill 27.91
42. Brendan Gaughan 27.94
43. Travis Kvapil 28.15

44. Mike Bliss 30.49 (Did not qualify)

Mike Bliss was locked into the field. Timmy Hill was the car to DNQ.
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Post by GamerAzuzu on Sat Mar 03, 2012 4:29 pm

Wait the America Israel car was FASTER than someone?! O_O
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Post by Guest on Sat Mar 03, 2012 4:31 pm

GamerAzuzu wrote:Wait the America Israel car was FASTER than someone?! O_O
Faster than NINE someones!

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Post by Mother of Invention on Sat Mar 03, 2012 4:33 pm

Wait how did the #32 get locked in o.O?

Also Timmy Hill faster then an RCR Car *trollface*
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Post by Magus978 on Sat Mar 03, 2012 4:33 pm

Timmy Hill DNQ'ing is no surprise...but it's still funny. Laughing
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Post by BWard on Sat Mar 03, 2012 4:34 pm

fixed my post.
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Post by navycook75 on Sat Mar 03, 2012 4:37 pm

an MWR car on the pole...and to think I doubted Mark....
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Post by Tanrar on Sat Mar 03, 2012 4:39 pm

Knew Timmy Hill wouldn't qualify.
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by Jason Hamilton on Sun Mar 04, 2012 2:37 am

BBoy wrote:
BWardboy88 wrote:Here are the full qualifying results:

1. Mark Martin 26.31
2. Tony Stewart 26.45
3. Regan Smith 26.47
4. Jimmie Johnson 26.55
5. Juan Pablo Montoya 26.56
6. Ryan Newman 26.57
7. Greg Biffle 26.65
8. Kevin Harvick 26.66
9. Joey Logano 26.66
10. Kasey Kahne 26.71
11. Jeff Burton 26.74
12. Kyle Busch 26.75
13. Denny Hamlin 26.76
14. Marcos Ambrose 26.77
15. A.J. Allmendinger 26.81
16. Clint Bowyer 26.81
17. Bobby Labonte 26.85
18. Aric Almirola 26.85
19. Kurt Busch 26.87
20. Paul Menard 26.90
21. Jamie McMurray 26.91
22. Landon Cassill 26.93
23. Dave Blaney 26.94
24. Carl Edwards 26.94
25. Martin Truex Jr. 26.98
26. Matt Kenseth 27.09
27. Scott Riggs 27.12
28. Brad Keselowski 27.12
29. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 27.15
30. Jeff Gordon 27.18
31. Casey Mears 27.22
32. David Reutimann 27.22
33. Josh Wise 27.25
34. David Ragan 27.26
35. 49 J.J Yeley 27.33
36. David Gilliland 27.37
37. Michael McDowell 27.37
38. Joe Nemechek 27.56
39. Robby Gordon 27.61
40. David Stremme 27.88
41. Timmy Hill 27.91
42. Brendan Gaughan 27.94
43. Travis Kvapil 28.15

44. Mike Bliss 30.49 (Did not qualify)

Mike Bliss was locked into the field. Timmy Hill was the car to DNQ.

How the hell is the Policestatetrashmobile so high
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by Rykia on Sun Mar 04, 2012 10:43 am

Mother of Invention wrote:Wait how did the #32 get locked in o.O?

Also Timmy Hill faster then an RCR Car *trollface*

Roush gave them the #6 car's owner points for races 2-5.
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by BWard on Sun Mar 04, 2012 3:13 pm

Is there a live stream of this race online?
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by pennst24 on Sun Mar 04, 2012 3:56 pm

The only way this race can be good is if Johnson retires.
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by flyingturns89 on Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:01 pm

pennst24 wrote:The only way this race can be good is if Johnson retires.

Or if there's a first time winner.
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by BWard on Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:03 pm

flyingturns89 wrote:
pennst24 wrote:The only way this race can be good is if Johnson retires.

Or if there's a first time winner.

Or if Hendrick Motorsports gets its 200th win.
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by BBoy on Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:06 pm

Here's the Tide commercial that aired a little while ago.

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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by BWard on Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:15 pm

this is weird, Dale Jr and Jeff Gordon qualified within 1 position of each other around the top 30, but Gordon is as of now up to 11th whereas Jr is still outside the top 25. How is that possible?
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Re: Subway Fresh Fit 500 Race Thread

Post by Alta on Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:30 pm

pennst24 wrote:The only way this race can be good is if Johnson retires.
Get somebody interesting in the top 3 is more like it.
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