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Audio Podcast: Was the Texas race boring?

By admin | April 16, 2012

Here is an attempt at a podcast to further explain some points I’ve tried to make. I’d appreciate any feedback you would be willing to offer.

Click on the link to listen-> Was the Texas race boring?

The fast forward button on the DVR was made for races like Texas ->

Everyone running the same speed is not a good thing ->

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3 Responses to “Audio Podcast: Was the Texas race boring?”

  1. Charles Says:
    April 16th, 2012 at 9:58 pm

    Dont have to look at a podcast to know it was boring! I did try Richard my computer will not play it for some reason!

    But its not the only one…I watch the whole thing….and I have watch others….like I said about Martinsville….completely boring until the end…Pocono, New Hampshire, Dover, Michigan! have some of the same, and lets not forget Indy and California!

    But also its who you pull for that makes it more boring…if you are a Hendrick and Chevy fan….you have been served!

    Other elements cause a race to be great to one and boring to another..not just passing!

    But another writer posted and I agree…Jeff Gordon had no trouble passing …Biffle and Johnson ran each other down at occasions as well…

    Wonder if the drivers were not Biffle and Johnson and were Jr , Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon racing each other would be having this discussion!

    Nascar and you can go back a long ways and see utubes of last 30 years of racing on 1.5 mile tracks..has never, never been close and had a lot of passing….they became endurance events…..the only difference..back then it was about its about points….

  2. zhills fan Says:
    April 17th, 2012 at 3:22 am

    As long as nascar uses these IROC cars nothing will change and soon the crowds will dwindle to nothing and then poof… nascar will be NO longer.

  3. midasmicah Says:
    April 17th, 2012 at 10:20 am

    After the Texas debacle, this old racing fan isn’t looking forward to Kansas. Might be a good day to do something exciting. Like watching golf. Whoa! Did I just say that?