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The FanIQ Nascar Sprint Cup Commissioner Challenge: Daytona 500 (Edited 01/16/08 04:22PM by Scott)

The Nascar Sprint Cup Series kicks off its inaugural 2008 season in grand fashion with the Daytona 500.  Known in racing circles as the "Great American Race", the Daytona 500 is the Super Bowl of Racing, despite being held as the first race of the year.  Last season, Kevin Harvick laid claim to his first win at Daytona International Speedway by outlasting Mark Martin, Jeff Burton, Mike Wallace and David Gilliand to take the checkered flag.  Can Harvick start off 2008 the same way and become a 2-time Daytona 500 champion??  Will past winners Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon find there way back to the victory circle??  How will Dale Earnhardt Jr fare in his first race as a member of Hendrick Motorsports??  How will DEI fare with Martin Truex Jr. as the #1 driver??Can Roush-Fenway find a way to stop the Hendrick and RCR domination of the COT races??  How will Joe Gibbs drivers, Tony Stewart, Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch fare in there first race with Toyota??  Will the Dodges of Penske South be able to ride there late season COT momentum into the new year??  Can Evernham start off 2008 with a bang after failing to win a race in 2007??  How will the rookie class of Sam Hornish Jr, Jacque Villeneuve and Dario Franchitti fare in there first races at Daytona??  Answer these questions and the ones below for the 2008 Daytona 500

Featured by: Scott at 1/18/08 12:08AM
Scored by Scott on 02/17/08 at 07:11AM | Closed on 02/17/08 at 03:30PM
FanIQ Pts? 20 | NASCAR | Multiple Choice Prediction Poll
Team Breakout:
Correct Answer174 Fans 
  1. Which team will win the race (10 points)
83%a. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)
2%b. Roush (Edwards, Biffle, Kenseth, McMurray, Ragan)
5%c. Richard Childress/DEI (Harvick, Burton, Bowyer, Wimmer / Truex Jr, Martin/Smith, Menard)
9%d. Joe Gibbs/Chip Ganassi (Stewart, Hamlin, Ky. Busch / Montoya, Sorenson and Franchitti
Correct1%e. Penske South/Evernham Sports (Newman, Ku. Busch, Hornish Jr / Kahne, Sadler, Carpentier
1%f. The rest of the field
  2. How many different cars will lead a lap (6 points)
1%a. 0-2
10%b. 3-5
29%c. 6-8
36%d. 9-11
14%e. 12-14
Correct9%f. 15+
  3. How many cars will finish on the lead lap (8 points)
6%a. 0-18
16%b. 19-21
28%c. 22-24
25%d. 25-27
14%e. 28-30
Correct8%f. 31-33
3%g. 34+
  4. How many cars will not finish the race (DNF) (6 points)
0%a. 0-1
14%b. 2-3
Correct28%c. 4-5
33%d. 6-7
13%e. 8-9
11%f. 10+
  5. How many caution flags will there be in this race (6 points)
1%a. 0-2
18%b. 3-5
Correct48%c. 6-8
26%d. 9-11
5%e. 12-14
1%f. 15+
  6. How many drivers who start in the top 10, finish in the top 10 (6 points)
0%a. 0
7%b. 1-2
61%c. 3-4
Correct28%d. 5-6
3%e. 7-8
1%f. 9-10
  7. Where will last years winner, Kevin Harvick, finish (8 points)
9%a. 1-5
48%b. 6-10
Correct30%c. 11-15
10%d. 16-20
1%e. 21-25
0%f. 26-30
0%g. 31+
  8. How many Fords will finish in the top 5 (8 points)
Correct17%a. 0
43%b. 1
34%c. 2
5%d. 3
1%e. 4
0%f. 5+
  9. How many Dodges + Toyotas will finish in the top 10 (6 points)
2%a. 0
13%b. 1
28%c. 2
37%d. 3
17%e. 4
Correct3%f. 5+
  10. How many rookies finish in the top 25 (10 points)
7%a. 0
Correct20%b. 1
53%c. 2
13%d. 3
6%e. 4
1%f. 5+
  11. Which of these drivers will have the BEST finish (8 points)
59%a. Jimmie Johnson
5%b. Matt Kenseth
28%c. Tony Stewart
4%d. Kevin Harvick
Correct4%e. Kurt Busch
  12. Which of these drivers will have the WORSE finish (8 points)
3%a. Jimmie Johnson
Correct26%b. Matt Kenseth
11%c. Tony Stewart
15%d. Kevin Harvick
44%e. Kurt Busch
  13. Which of these drivers will have the BEST finish (8 points)
78%a. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
3%b. Jeff Burton
7%c. Carl Edwards
Correct5%d. Kyle Busch
6%e. Denny Hamlin
  14. Which of these drivers will have the WORSE finish (8 points)
3%a. Dale Earnhardt Jr
31%b. Jeff Burton
Correct18%c. Carl Edwards
22%d. Kyle Busch
25%e. Denny Hamlin
  15. Which of these drivers will have the BEST finish (8 points)
19%a. Clint Bowyer
9%b. Greg Biffle
22%c. Kasey Kahne
22%d. Martin Truex Jr
Correct10%e. Ryan Newman
17%f. Mark Martin
  16. Which of these drivers will have the WORSE finish (8 points)
17%a. Clint Bowyer
20%b. Greg Biffle
13%c. Kasey Kahne
16%d. Martin Truex Jr.
21%e. Ryan Newman
Correct14%f. Mark Martin
  17. Which of these drivers will have the BEST finish (8 points)
12%a. Jamie McMurray
26%b. Casey Mears
27%c. Juan Pablo Montoya
Correct6%d. Reed Sorenson
10%e. Elliot Sadler
5%f. David Gilliand
6%g. J.J Yeley
8%h. Brian Vickers
  18. Which of these drivers will have the BEST finish (8 points)
Correct15%a. Sam Hornish Jr.
3%b. Patrick Carpentier
17%c. Dario Franchitti
13%d. Paul Menard
22%e. David Ragan
20%f. David Reutimann
4%g. Regan Smith
5%h. A.J. Allmendinger
  19. Which of these drivers will have the BEST finish (8 points)
16%a. Dale Jarrett
Correct10%b. Robby Gordon
3%c. Ken Schrader
5%d. Kyle Petty
4%e. Bill Elliot
11%f. Dave Blaney
35%g. Michael Waltrip
15%h. Bobby Labonte
  20. Which of these duos will have the best average finish in this race (10 points)
16%a. Jimmie Johnson/Greg Biffle
26%b. Jeff Gordon/Martin Truex Jr.
24%c. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.
2%d. Matt Kenseth/Casey Mears
10%e. Kyle Busch/Kevin Harvick
Correct18%f. Tony Stewart/Ryan Newman
0%g. Denny Hamlin/Jeff Burton
3%h. Carl Edwards/Kurt Busch
  Tiebreaker: From what qualifying position will the winner of the race start (43 possible starting positions)
Correct 7

 &nbp;
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#7 | 2377 days ago

cowboysfan555 wrote:
Wouldn't Kurt Busch have past championship provisionals to get him in at least the first 6 races? I heard what he did by giving his last season's points to Hornish Jr. but he did that because he knew he was at least guaranteed a spot in the first 6 races.
I didn't even think of that, my bad.  It's a stupid move to give your owners points away.  It's a stupid rule to even guarantee the top 35 in owners points a spot in the race, but that's for another day.
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 12-14  3. 25-27  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 3  10. 0  11. Tony Stewart  12. Jimmie Johnson  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Kasey Kahne  16. Greg Biffle  17. Brian Vickers  18. David Reutimann  19. Dave Blaney  20. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
  
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#1 | 2379 days ago

Man, it's weird to see Dale Jr. listed under the Hendrick team......
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 9-11  3. 22-24  4. 6-7  5. 9-11  6. 3-4  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 3  10. 1  11. Jimmie Johnson  12. Matt Kenseth  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Carl Edwards  15. Martin Truex Jr  16. Kasey Kahne  17. Casey Mears  18. David Reutimann  19. Bobby Labonte  20. Jeff Gordon/Martin Truex Jr.  
#2 | 2379 days ago

go stewart!
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 15+  3. 22-24  4. 4-5  5. 6-8  6. 3-4  7. 16-20  8. 2  9. 3  10. 2  11. Tony Stewart  12. Kurt Busch  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Jeff Burton  15. Clint Bowyer  16. Mark Martin  17. Juan Pablo Montoya  18. Sam Hornish Jr.  19. Dave Blaney  20. Jimmie Johnson/Greg Biffle  
#3 | 2379 days ago

go stewart!
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 15+  3. 22-24  4. 4-5  5. 6-8  6. 3-4  7. 16-20  8. 2  9. 3  10. 2  11. Tony Stewart  12. Kurt Busch  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Jeff Burton  15. Clint Bowyer  16. Mark Martin  17. Juan Pablo Montoya  18. Sam Hornish Jr.  19. Dave Blaney  20. Jimmie Johnson/Greg Biffle  
#4 | 2379 days ago

It is strange seeing that, Sue.  I'll come back to this poll though.  I don't wanna pick someone who ends up missing the race.  Heck, even Kurt Busch could miss out.
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 12-14  3. 25-27  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 3  10. 0  11. Tony Stewart  12. Jimmie Johnson  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Kasey Kahne  16. Greg Biffle  17. Brian Vickers  18. David Reutimann  19. Dave Blaney  20. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
#5 | 2377 days ago

kramer wrote:
It is strange seeing that, Sue.  I'll come back to this poll though.  I don't wanna pick someone who ends up missing the race.  Heck, even Kurt Busch could miss out.
Wouldn't Kurt Busch have past championship provisionals to get him in at least the first 6 races? I heard what he did by giving his last season's points to Hornish Jr. but he did that because he knew he was at least guaranteed a spot in the first 6 races.
1. Richard Childress/DEI (Harvick, Burton, Bowyer, Wimmer / Truex Jr, Martin/Smith, Menard)  2. 9-11  3. 22-24  4. 4-5  5. 6-8  6. 3-4  7. 6-10  8. 2  9. 3  10. 2  11. Matt Kenseth  12. Tony Stewart  13. Kyle Busch  14. Denny Hamlin  15. Mark Martin  16. Ryan Newman  17. Jamie McMurray  18. David Ragan  19. Dave Blaney  20. Kyle Busch/Kevin Harvick  
#6 | 2377 days ago

Someday it will make sense why Villeneuve, Franchitti, and Hornish would rather be known as "Sprint Cup rookies" rather than as champions, but right now it didn't (except for "money and exposure").
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 9-11  3. 28-30  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 2  10. 2  11. Jimmie Johnson  12. Matt Kenseth  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Martin Truex Jr  16. Clint Bowyer  17. Juan Pablo Montoya  18. Sam Hornish Jr.  19. Dale Jarrett  20. Jimmie Johnson/Greg Biffle  
#7 | 2377 days ago

cowboysfan555 wrote:
Wouldn't Kurt Busch have past championship provisionals to get him in at least the first 6 races? I heard what he did by giving his last season's points to Hornish Jr. but he did that because he knew he was at least guaranteed a spot in the first 6 races.
I didn't even think of that, my bad.  It's a stupid move to give your owners points away.  It's a stupid rule to even guarantee the top 35 in owners points a spot in the race, but that's for another day.
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 12-14  3. 25-27  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 3  10. 0  11. Tony Stewart  12. Jimmie Johnson  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Kasey Kahne  16. Greg Biffle  17. Brian Vickers  18. David Reutimann  19. Dave Blaney  20. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
#8 | 2377 days ago

Eric_ wrote:
Someday it will make sense why Villeneuve, Franchitti, and Hornish would rather be known as "Sprint Cup rookies" rather than as champions, but right now it didn't (except for "money and exposure").

You're saying you think all 3 of them will be NASCAR champions some day?  It's a bit too early to tell.  We don't know if they'll turn out to be like Tony Stewart and be great, or become a flop in NASCAR, like John Andretti & Robby Gordon.

1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 12-14  3. 25-27  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 3  10. 0  11. Tony Stewart  12. Jimmie Johnson  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Kasey Kahne  16. Greg Biffle  17. Brian Vickers  18. David Reutimann  19. Dave Blaney  20. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
#9 | 2377 days ago

(Edited by Eric_)
kramer wrote:

You're saying you think all 3 of them will be NASCAR champions some day?  It's a bit too early to tell.  We don't know if they'll turn out to be like Tony Stewart and be great, or become a flop in NASCAR, like John Andretti & Robby Gordon.

No, I'm saying they already are champions, but now when someone writes about them this year, they'll be called "Sprint Cup rookies" instead of "Indy 500 champion." As you can probably guess, that doesn't sit right with me. This is what I'm talking about.
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 9-11  3. 28-30  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 2  10. 2  11. Jimmie Johnson  12. Matt Kenseth  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Martin Truex Jr  16. Clint Bowyer  17. Juan Pablo Montoya  18. Sam Hornish Jr.  19. Dale Jarrett  20. Jimmie Johnson/Greg Biffle  
#10 | 2377 days ago

Eric_ wrote:
No, I'm saying they already are champions, but now when someone writes about them this year, they'll be called "Sprint Cup rookies" instead of "Indy 500 champion." As you can probably guess, that doesn't sit right with me. This is what I'm talking about.
They're called Sprint Cup rookies because they are.  I know you may disagree with that, but being an Indy 500 champion means nothing as far as NASCAR is concerned.  The cars are completely different, and they haven't proven anything yet in NASCAR competition.  Montoya was a Nextel Cup rookie last year, and was rightfully referred to as such, because he was new to stock car racing, and was a work in progress much of the year.  All 3 of the drivers you mentioned are in the same boat for 2008, and hence why they're referred to as rookies in NASCAR.  Comparing NASCAR to Indy Car racing is like comparing apples and oranges, it doesn't work.
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 12-14  3. 25-27  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 3  10. 0  11. Tony Stewart  12. Jimmie Johnson  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Kasey Kahne  16. Greg Biffle  17. Brian Vickers  18. David Reutimann  19. Dave Blaney  20. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
#11 | 2377 days ago

kramer wrote:
They're called Sprint Cup rookies because they are.  I know you may disagree with that, but being an Indy 500 champion means nothing as far as NASCAR is concerned.  The cars are completely different, and they haven't proven anything yet in NASCAR competition.  Montoya was a Nextel Cup rookie last year, and was rightfully referred to as such, because he was new to stock car racing, and was a work in progress much of the year.  All 3 of the drivers you mentioned are in the same boat for 2008, and hence why they're referred to as rookies in NASCAR.  Comparing NASCAR to Indy Car racing is like comparing apples and oranges, it doesn't work.
Thank you. I didn't know what a rookie meant. *rolls eyes*

Of course it doesn't mean anything as far as NASCAR is concerned, because many fans see open wheel as either inferior or too full of "darn furriners" to be worth anything. Most of this country sees NASCAR as 100% synonymous with motorsports, completely ignoring the diversity of motor racing in the world. It's sad really.
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 9-11  3. 28-30  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 2  10. 2  11. Jimmie Johnson  12. Matt Kenseth  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Martin Truex Jr  16. Clint Bowyer  17. Juan Pablo Montoya  18. Sam Hornish Jr.  19. Dale Jarrett  20. Jimmie Johnson/Greg Biffle  
#12 | 2377 days ago

Eric_ wrote:
Thank you. I didn't know what a rookie meant. *rolls eyes*

Of course it doesn't mean anything as far as NASCAR is concerned, because many fans see open wheel as either inferior or too full of "darn furriners" to be worth anything. Most of this country sees NASCAR as 100% synonymous with motorsports, completely ignoring the diversity of motor racing in the world. It's sad really.
I agree with you that most people look at it that way in the US.  I don't see that with the IRL so much though.  However, don't you think if you were coming from say, endurance races, to IRL, you'd have to prove yourself before people give you credit in your new racing division?  I know all 3 of those men won the Indy 500, and that is a great feat, however, it shouldn't give them more recognition in stock car racing.  It would be the same as if Jeff Gordon went to drive in the IRL.  He'd be a rookie there too.  Even though he's won 4 NASCAR championships and 3 Daytona 500s, he shouldn't get any special recognition in Indy car racing for that, it's nowhere close.
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 12-14  3. 25-27  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 3  10. 0  11. Tony Stewart  12. Jimmie Johnson  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Kasey Kahne  16. Greg Biffle  17. Brian Vickers  18. David Reutimann  19. Dave Blaney  20. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
#13 | 2377 days ago

kramer wrote:
I agree with you that most people look at it that way in the US.  I don't see that with the IRL so much though.  However, don't you think if you were coming from say, endurance races, to IRL, you'd have to prove yourself before people give you credit in your new racing division?  I know all 3 of those men won the Indy 500, and that is a great feat, however, it shouldn't give them more recognition in stock car racing.  It would be the same as if Jeff Gordon went to drive in the IRL.  He'd be a rookie there too.  Even though he's won 4 NASCAR championships and 3 Daytona 500s, he shouldn't get any special recognition in Indy car racing for that, it's nowhere close.
Yes, but if a successful endurance driver, or a NASCAR star (if hell froze over) came to the IRL, I would least respect their driving ability and accomplishments. Many NASCAR fans (I'm not saying anyone here) don't even give them that.
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 9-11  3. 28-30  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 2  10. 2  11. Jimmie Johnson  12. Matt Kenseth  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Martin Truex Jr  16. Clint Bowyer  17. Juan Pablo Montoya  18. Sam Hornish Jr.  19. Dale Jarrett  20. Jimmie Johnson/Greg Biffle  
#14 | 2377 days ago

Eric_ wrote:
Yes, but if a successful endurance driver, or a NASCAR star (if hell froze over) came to the IRL, I would least respect their driving ability and accomplishments. Many NASCAR fans (I'm not saying anyone here) don't even give them that.

I can understand your position on the whole situation, but at the same time, if they become a complete flop their past accomplishments mean nothing as far as NASCAR is concerned.  They're competing in a new style of racing, and they have to prove they can be successful there too.  I'm not saying I don't respect what Hornish, Montoya, Franchitti, and Villeneuve have done in the past, but they're not going to get anywhere because of past accomplishments in F1 and IRL.  That's just the way it all works, and I'm sure you know that.  I respect your opinion on it, and we'll have to wait and see if we can call them champions in NASCAR or not, only time will tell.

1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 12-14  3. 25-27  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 3  10. 0  11. Tony Stewart  12. Jimmie Johnson  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Kasey Kahne  16. Greg Biffle  17. Brian Vickers  18. David Reutimann  19. Dave Blaney  20. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
#15 | 2377 days ago

kramer wrote:

I can understand your position on the whole situation, but at the same time, if they become a complete flop their past accomplishments mean nothing as far as NASCAR is concerned.  They're competing in a new style of racing, and they have to prove they can be successful there too.  I'm not saying I don't respect what Hornish, Montoya, Franchitti, and Villeneuve have done in the past, but they're not going to get anywhere because of past accomplishments in F1 and IRL.  That's just the way it all works, and I'm sure you know that.  I respect your opinion on it, and we'll have to wait and see if we can call them champions in NASCAR or not, only time will tell.

That's what I'm saying. To just about everyone in the general public, who already want them to fail, if they do fail (and I note here that none of them are on a big time team), then they're bums. They don't care how different open wheel and stock cars are. To most of this country, NASCAR is the only form of motorsport that matter. That's what so frustrating. For an open wheel fan, we're screwed no matter what. Either they succeed, and we lose more talent, or they fail, and 95% of the nation thinks your drivers all suck.
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 9-11  3. 28-30  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 2  10. 2  11. Jimmie Johnson  12. Matt Kenseth  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Martin Truex Jr  16. Clint Bowyer  17. Juan Pablo Montoya  18. Sam Hornish Jr.  19. Dale Jarrett  20. Jimmie Johnson/Greg Biffle  
#16 | 2377 days ago

Eric_ wrote:
That's what I'm saying. To just about everyone in the general public, who already want them to fail, if they do fail (and I note here that none of them are on a big time team), then they're bums. They don't care how different open wheel and stock cars are. To most of this country, NASCAR is the only form of motorsport that matter. That's what so frustrating. For an open wheel fan, we're screwed no matter what. Either they succeed, and we lose more talent, or they fail, and 95% of the nation thinks your drivers all suck.
I see your point completely, and I for one hope at least Hornish does well in NASCAR.  I was excited when I heard he was thinking about coming over to stock cars a couple years ago.  Out of all those guys though, Hornish is driving for Penske.  I wouldn't say he's not on a big time team.  He hasn't won a championship with stock cars yet, but he's had a lot of success with his program over the years.  The only type of track where he's never had a victory with a driver is a plate track.  I still think it's a dumb move on Kurt Busch's part even with the champion's provisional to give up his owners points to Hornish, but I do want to see Hornish do well in NASCAR.  Out of all the rookies, I think he has the best chance of anyone.
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 12-14  3. 25-27  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 3  10. 0  11. Tony Stewart  12. Jimmie Johnson  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Kasey Kahne  16. Greg Biffle  17. Brian Vickers  18. David Reutimann  19. Dave Blaney  20. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
#17 | 2365 days ago

wow. these things seem 2 take forever to do, but ive been waiting so long for them! NASCAR! NASCAR!
1. Joe Gibbs/Chip Ganassi (Stewart, Hamlin, Ky. Busch / Montoya, Sorenson and Franchitti   2. 9-11  3. 25-27  4. 2-3  5. 9-11  6. 3-4  7. 11-15  8. 2  9. 3  10. 2  11. Tony Stewart  12. Kevin Harvick  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Jeff Burton  15. Martin Truex Jr  16. Clint Bowyer  17. J.J Yeley  18. Paul Menard  19. Robby Gordon  20. Tony Stewart/Ryan Newman  
#18 | 2364 days ago

MIKE! wrote:
wow. these things seem 2 take forever to do, but ive been waiting so long for them! NASCAR! NASCAR!

I only have one response to this..........

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BOOGITY BOOGITY BOOGITY, LET'S GO RACIN' BOYS!

1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 12-14  3. 25-27  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 3  10. 0  11. Tony Stewart  12. Jimmie Johnson  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Kasey Kahne  16. Greg Biffle  17. Brian Vickers  18. David Reutimann  19. Dave Blaney  20. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
#19 | 2364 days ago

kramer wrote:

I only have one response to this..........

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BOOGITY BOOGITY BOOGITY, LET'S GO RACIN' BOYS!

BOOGITY BOOGIT BOOGIT!!
1. Joe Gibbs/Chip Ganassi (Stewart, Hamlin, Ky. Busch / Montoya, Sorenson and Franchitti   2. 9-11  3. 25-27  4. 2-3  5. 9-11  6. 3-4  7. 11-15  8. 2  9. 3  10. 2  11. Tony Stewart  12. Kevin Harvick  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Jeff Burton  15. Martin Truex Jr  16. Clint Bowyer  17. J.J Yeley  18. Paul Menard  19. Robby Gordon  20. Tony Stewart/Ryan Newman  
#20 | 2354 days ago

If I get any points out if this I deserve a statue.....
#21 | 2354 days ago

It's been a LONG off season!
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 15+  3. 25-27  4. 10+  5. 6-8  6. 3-4  7. 6-10  8. 0  9. 3  10. 2  11. Tony Stewart  12. Matt Kenseth  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Carl Edwards  15. Mark Martin  16. Greg Biffle  17. David Gilliand  18. David Reutimann  19. Dave Blaney  20. Tony Stewart/Ryan Newman  
#22 | 2354 days ago

MIKE! wrote:
BOOGITY BOOGIT BOOGIT!!
haha whoah i forgot the y's. lemme change that. BOOGITY BOOGITY BOOGITY! :)
1. Joe Gibbs/Chip Ganassi (Stewart, Hamlin, Ky. Busch / Montoya, Sorenson and Franchitti   2. 9-11  3. 25-27  4. 2-3  5. 9-11  6. 3-4  7. 11-15  8. 2  9. 3  10. 2  11. Tony Stewart  12. Kevin Harvick  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Jeff Burton  15. Martin Truex Jr  16. Clint Bowyer  17. J.J Yeley  18. Paul Menard  19. Robby Gordon  20. Tony Stewart/Ryan Newman  
#23 | 2352 days ago

Last year you never would've thought this, but for 17, 18, & 19 I have all Toyotas!
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 12-14  3. 25-27  4. 10+  5. 9-11  6. 5-6  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 3  10. 0  11. Tony Stewart  12. Jimmie Johnson  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Kyle Busch  15. Kasey Kahne  16. Greg Biffle  17. Brian Vickers  18. David Reutimann  19. Dave Blaney  20. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
#24 | 2351 days ago

Ahhh, Nascar season is finally here. Ever since my Cowboys were eliminated from the playoffs all I could think about was how ready I was for Nascar season to start. Two days until the Daytona 500 and two days until fantasy racing's first week which I actually love just as much as fantasy football.

 

Anyways, I actually did this poll about a month ago for the fun of it to see how way off I would be when it actually came time and surprisingly my picks are fine with me besides my tiebreaker which is 17 and I just don't think Kenny Wallace will do it, lol.

1. Richard Childress/DEI (Harvick, Burton, Bowyer, Wimmer / Truex Jr, Martin/Smith, Menard)  2. 9-11  3. 22-24  4. 4-5  5. 6-8  6. 3-4  7. 6-10  8. 2  9. 3  10. 2  11. Matt Kenseth  12. Tony Stewart  13. Kyle Busch  14. Denny Hamlin  15. Mark Martin  16. Ryan Newman  17. Jamie McMurray  18. David Ragan  19. Dave Blaney  20. Kyle Busch/Kevin Harvick  
#25 | 2350 days ago

Here goes nothing!!
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 9-11  3. 19-21  4. 4-5  5. 9-11  6. 7-8  7. 6-10  8. 1  9. 2  10. 2  11. Jimmie Johnson  12. Matt Kenseth  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Jeff Burton  15. Martin Truex Jr  16. Kasey Kahne  17. Brian Vickers  18. David Ragan  19. Michael Waltrip  20. Clint Bowyer/Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
#26 | 2349 days ago

(Edited by CUBBY4LIFE)
It will be Dale JR'S day today!
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 6-8  3. 19-21  4. 4-5  5. 3-5  6. 5-6  7. 11-15  8. 1  9. 2  10. 0  11. Tony Stewart  12. Kurt Busch  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Jeff Burton  15. Kasey Kahne  16. Clint Bowyer  17. Casey Mears  18. Sam Hornish Jr.  19. Michael Waltrip  20. Tony Stewart/Ryan Newman  
#27 | 2341 days ago

here is a poll you will like.  It is for the top ten finishers of the UAW-Dodge 400

http://www.faniq.com/poll_results.php?poll_id=191180
1. Hendrick (Gordon, Johnson, Earnhardt Jr, Mears)  2. 9-11  3. 0-18  4. 4-5  5. 3-5  6. 3-4  7. 1-5  8. 1  9. 3  10. 3  11. Jimmie Johnson  12. Tony Stewart  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.  14. Denny Hamlin  15. Greg Biffle  16. Martin Truex Jr.  17. Juan Pablo Montoya  18. Sam Hornish Jr.  19. Dale Jarrett  20. Jimmie Johnson/Greg Biffle  

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