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  • nascarfanatic2425 4 years ago

    Brian France wanted to make it HIS way, not the right way, and I agree. It
    was never broke. Okay, maybe they did lose fans after Dale Sr. died, but I
    think they only lost a few. Now it’s a complete mess. On a bright note,
    though, we’ve now got a tie in the points, and Jeff just won!

  • Kartkid024 4 years ago

    Nascar was never broke, I don’t know why they tried to fix it. It use to be
    one of the most watched sports out there. Now it is a joke, they ruined
    such a good thing.

  • nascarfanatic2425 4 years ago

    Which is bullshit. It’s now so obvious that everyone in Washington has
    their “power” gotten to their head. Now, all of their heads are shoved so
    far up their own asses, they don’t realize they will be no more if they
    don’t act now. They shut down the government because of a stupid bill. Ugh.
    That’s like saying “Ugh. I’m never going to the go kart track again because
    of that one kid who wrecked me.” Pathetic. That’s why I’m against political
    parties.

  • Eli Jackson 4 years ago

    oh of course, it’s been their intention since the birth they refuse to
    others to trash this country that they know so little of with the chief
    Kenyan it’s my way, the highway or the traintrack straight to hell, always
    has been

  • nascarfanatic2425 4 years ago

    Theoretically, yes, but I think NASCAR was more competitive when they
    judged a 36-race season champion, not a chase champion. And I agree about
    the actual stock car ordeal. And yes, they’re not fixing anything. Neither
    is the government; which is ridiculous, ’cause they show now they’re just
    willing to trash America all because of a stupid bill.

  • Eli Jackson 4 years ago

    mmmm, maybe, but that ends up bein’ uncompetitive, and with all the
    distractions we got these days to keep a large audience you gotta do all
    the headline grabbin’ things same reason why I’d like NASCAR to go back to
    stock cars instead of these nas-cars with these painted on headlights and
    grille’s, but I doubt it could be done cause who’d wanna see the butt ugly
    plastic balloon cars we got these days goin’ round track? I don’t know how
    to fix it, I just know that they aint

  • nascarfanatic2425 4 years ago

    If you ask me, the only way you can get more fans is to go back to NASCAR’s
    original routes: driver who earns the most points after 36 races– not 26
    races then a 10 race chase– is the champ. Do away with Cup regulars
    driving in other series, and try not to rule over the drivers with an iron
    fist. Give them a little freedom like Bill Sr. and Jr. both did.

  • Eli Jackson 4 years ago

    and I really don’t think they’ve picked up any fans in recent times they’ve
    sold out on the bedrock culture of the sport, they’ve tried to water it all
    down, to make the sport more accommodating and comfortable for northerners
    and especially foreigners, all they’ve succeeded in doin’ is spoil it for
    the fans they got its the same with just about anything you can think of
    when it comes to it NASCAR, NFL, NBA, MLB, Nashville etc. the nba are even
    thinkin’ of opening clubs in Europe in 2016-18

  • Eli Jackson 4 years ago

    well there ya go, missed that one too it was one or the other, I like to
    not look at all the coverage cause the races take me 2-3 days to watch and
    they love to blurt out the headlines I guess it’s not really
    northernization but worse, internationalization but I still remember them
    banning the southern flag from every event they’ll never call it the rebel
    500 under pain of death its just.. way too much politically correct
    bulls**t…. and I don’t think the fans want it,

  • nascarfanatic2425 4 years ago

    Atlanta wasn’t where the incident was at, it was Richmond. But IDK about
    using the term “northernization” to describe it, ’cause I’m originally from
    the north, and even I think they can be full of crap sometimes.

  • Eli Jackson 4 years ago

    mmhmm to be honest with ya I didn’t even watch Atlanta, durn thing didn’t
    record for some reason, but it all sounds pretty dang ridiculous to me as
    far as i’m concerned brian france is the one in charge of the politically
    correct northernization of NASCAR so i’m with ya on that

  • nascarfanatic2425 4 years ago

    Look, I hate Brian France’s guts because of what he’s done to NASCAR. It’s
    a perfect reflection of how Washington’s screwed all of us Americans ’cause
    they’re all penny-pinching politicians. But if you’re gonna wait ’til
    NASCAR actually tries to make things right to say that “NASCAR’s rigged,”
    that’s a little farfetched. Brian France is gonna keep trying to be Mr.
    Rule With an Iron Fist, ’cause he doesn’t know shit about NASCAR, but MWR’s
    to blame in this, not France alone.

  • Eli Jackson 4 years ago

    oh i’m ridiculous? you watchin’ the clown show brother david the dancing
    bear with a 32 string banjo whats the point of having rules if the
    rulemaker breaks em, that’s a durned dang betrayal for them that follow em
    if ya ask me all them fines earlier in the year, all for what? to respect
    rules the rulemakers don’t respect? if you cant see this joke buddy I don’t
    know…

  • Darion Becton 4 years ago

    Pick a side one minute you are talking about him an how he cry his way in
    an nw your on his dick now that he went 13th 7th dude your fake an dis go
    for da guy who comment is under me

  • nascarfanatic2425 4 years ago

    Jeff was even cool about it in his post-race interview after Richmond!
    Jeff’s gonna shut some bastards up. 13th to 7th in one week, and a track he
    has the most top10s and top5s of all time at coming up, look Jeff to show
    he’s not done!

  • nascarfanatic2425 4 years ago

    You’re ridiculous. NASCAR was gonna lose lots of fans ’cause deserving
    drivers of the chase missed out of the chase, and a guy who didn’t really
    earn a spot got in ’cause of a dirty tactic.

  • nascarfanatic2425 4 years ago

    He could’ve chose not to. Plus, he said it himself when he was told the #39
    was gonna win that “That sucks.” Clint shouldn’t even be in the chase after
    that move, but it don’t matter, now. Clint will lose anyways, so let the
    bastard enjoy his little fun.

  • nascarfanatic2425 4 years ago

    IDK. How many times do you need your diaper changed daily?

  • nascarfanatic2425 4 years ago

    THANK YOU!!! Finally, somebody tired of these crybabies claiming Jeff
    “whined his way in.”

  • shishka13013 4 years ago

    alright the strive for five is still alive

  • steelcagechaos1 4 years ago

    The double standards made by the fans is astounding. If Dale Jr was in
    Gordon’s place, you people would be hooping and hollering that justice was
    served. Not only that, if Tony Stewart spoke his mind like Jeff did, he
    would be “just speaking his mind”, but since its Jeff, he’s “crying”. What
    a joke! Absolutely revolting!

  • Eli Jackson 4 years ago

    ridiculous NASCAR is now WWF bring in the floppy shoes cause the clowns are
    in control

  • Arc333Angel 4 years ago

    Races should be decided by the drivers on the track, not by deals made off
    of the track. Nascar did the right thing to crack down on a threat to the
    sport’s integrity. They also did the right thing by allowing Newman and
    Gordon into the chase. Their finishing positions were altered by other
    teams’ efforts to manipulate the outcome of the race.

  • JohnAllanification 4 years ago

    i never did like passages so this is 1 okay by me. there’s been other’s
    this week that don’t sit as well

  • becfinch 4 years ago

    how much money did hendrick motorsports pay mr. helton?