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  1. Results from California 1. Larson 2. Keselowski 3. Bowyer 4. Truex Jr. 5. Logano 6. McMurray 7. Suarez 8. Kyle Busch 9. Blaney 10. Elliott Stage 1 winner: Larson Stage 2 winner: Truex Jr. Larson drove like there was no tomorrow, especially with the last couple of cautions during the final stage. Bowyer showed some promise & Kes coming back from the early string of bad luck & finish 2nd shows the type of driver/team he has. Larson is no longer the bridesmaid, finally getting that victory & the weekend sweep. Well done kid. Next up, Martinsville & I'm real curious to see how the stages will go here.
  2. Results from the Australian Grand Prix: 1.Vettel 2. Hamilton 3. Bottas 4. Räikkönen 5. Verstappen 6. Massa 7. Perez 8. Sainz Jr. 9. Kvyat 10. Ocon Looks like the boys from Maranello mean business this time. Strategy was key in this race & it paid off big time for Seb. Like rockstar said, it was a rough day for the home country hero, Ricciardo along with Alonso & both Haas cars. Although I got a feeling, its going to be a big battle for the Prancing Horse & the Silver Arrows. I was very impressed with the racing today, I just hope we see a good F1 season. Next up: China
  3. I don't know how I would feel if this happens. http://nodq.com/wwe/492235672.shtml ProWrestlingSheet.com is reporting that WWE has been in talks with Sinclair Broadcast Group about a potential Ring of Honor buyout. The two companies have reportedly been in talks since January and things have been slowly progressing. It's unknown at this time which talent would remain in ROH and which would end up in WWE if a buyout happens.
  4. Results from Phoenix 1. Newman 2. Larson 3. Kyle Busch 4. Stenhouse Jr. 5. Keselowski 6. Harvick 7.Suarez 8. Jones 9. Johnson 10. Hamlin Stage 1 winner: Logano Stage 2 winner: Elliott I honestly think if Logano didn't have that caution, Rowdy would've won. Larson almost spun out but held the car together. Lots of good racing all day IMO. Erik Jones drove his car like there was no tomorrow, same with Chase & Kyle Larson. Harvick & Hamlin had problems & came back as well but for Newman, talk about the right place at the right time. Next up, the West Coast swing ends in Fontana.
  5. One of my personal favorites:
  6. Super GT has some of the better looking cars out there. Lexus brought in a new machine based on the LC & Honda's NSX (or Acura stateside)
  7. I'm enjoying the stages. I like seeing the drivers actually driving for positions instead of just cruising on & on, hoping for the best. They know the points add up & could help them in the long run, especially if they want to be in the playoffs. I just hope when they get to Talladega it won't be too bad. Like the majority, consider me a fan.
  8. Results from Las Vegas: 1. Truex Jr. 2. Larson 3. Elliott 4. Logano 5. Keselowski 6. Hamlin 7. Blaney 8. McMurray 9. Kenseth 10. Bowyer Session's 1 & 2 winner: Truex Jr. I thought Kes had that race until he had power issues. Truex Jr. drove like there was no tomorrow the whole race. I got to admit, the stage racing has gotten better. Logano got loose & hit Kyle Busch. Vegas definitely gave us some fire works today. Next up, Phoenix
  9. Results from St.Pete for the start of the IndyCar season 1. Bourdais 2. Pagenaud 3. Dixon 4. Hunter-Reay 5. Sato 6. Castroneves 7. Andretti 8. Newgarden 9. Hinchliffe 10. Jones Impressive work from Coyne Racing, especially Bourdais starting from last to first & Rookie Ed Jones. Although it was a rough day for the likes of Graham Rahal & Will Power. I have a feeling Newgarden & Pagenaud are going to be making some noise this season. Next up, Long Beach
  10. Mayor Hinch has always driven with a really nice paint scheme!
  11. Suarez for the 2nd Bristol race
  12. Looks like Elmira is done as well.... http://www.weny.com/news/All/first-arena-buyer-elmira-jackals-folding-031017?utm_medium=social&utm_source=WENY_TV_News
  13. Results from Atlanta: 1. Keselowski 2. Larson 3. Kenseth 4. Kahne 5. Elliott 6. Logano 7. Kurt Busch 8. Truex Jr. 9. Harvick 10. McMurray Session 1 & 2 Winner: Harvick Tire wear & speeding penalties abound. Most of these drivers had some type of issue & because of a speeding penalty, it cost Harvick a win. Most of theses guys came back from these issues like Kes & Kenseth, that was impressive. Next up, the west coast swing begins in Las Vegas.
  14. Hmmm, more schedule/track news.... http://www.reviewjournal.com/sports/motor-sports/nascar/las-vegas-close-landing-second-top-tier-nascar-race Las Vegas is close to getting a second top-tier NASCAR race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway beginning in 2018. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board of directors has scheduled a special meeting for Wednesday to consider a seven-year $2.5 million annual sponsorship agreement with NASCAR that would include the addition of a fall race at the speedway. Since 1998, NASCAR has had a Las Vegas race, usually in March. This year’s race, the Kobalt 400, a part of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup race series, is March 12. While key figures aren’t talking specifics, the proposed contract that will be put to the 14-member board’s vote Wednesday provides some detail. The sponsorship and marketing agreement would dedicate $1 million per race, plus $500,000 a year to market both the spring and fall races, beginning Jan. 1 for seven years with an option for three additional years. The contract would be for “two NASCAR first-tier (currently Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series) sanctioned races at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway every year during the term of this agreement.” The agreement said the LVCVA would pay the first fee installment of the total $17.5 million commitment “beginning with the 2018 races.” I wonder what track gets to lose one race or gone altogether? (Hopes for New Hampshire)
  15. Rich Swann & Akira Tozawa (5 points) vs. The Brian Kendrick & Noam Dar (5 points) Sasha Banks (5 points) vs. Nia Jax (5 points) Sami Zayn (10 points) vs. Samoa Joe (10 points) Roman Reigns (10 points) vs. Braun Strowman (10 points) WWE Cruiserweight Championship Neville (15 points) vs. Jack Gallagher (15 points) Raw Tag Team Championship Gallows & Anderson (15 points) vs. Enzo Amore & Big Cass Raw Women's Championship Bayley (15 points) vs. Charlotte (15 points) WWE Universal Championship Kevin Owens (20 points) vs. Goldberg (20 points) Bonus Questions Surprise Returns/Debuts? (5 points for each correct, -5 points for each incorrect) Undertaker How long will the Owens/Goldberg match last from bell to bell? (15 points to closest time without going over) 6:50