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  1. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Results from Miami: 1. Truex Jr. 2. Kyle Busch 3. Larson 4. Harvick 5. Elliott 6. Logano 7. Keslowski 8. Kenseth 9. Hamlin 10. Newman Stage 1 & 2 winner: Larson Truly, the right driver won the championship tonight. Truex won 8 races, was Mr. Consistent & drove his heart out the whole race. Kyle did have the faster car, I'll give him that but Truex was just non stop all season & I couldn't be happier. Now if you would've told me that a small race team from Denver Colorado would win a championship, I would've said your joking, well, I'm glad I was made a fool then. Junior finished 25th in his last race & Danica finished 37th after she wrecked. Erik Jones was named ROTY. William Byron won the Xfinity championship & Christopher Bell won the Camping World Truck series, last but not least, something interesting from the President of Ford Performance... http://performance.ford.com/series/stock-car-racing/news/articles/stock-car-racing/2017/11/dave-pericak-interview.html DAVE, WITH THE CAMARO COMING INTO THE CUP SERIES, ARE YOU INTRODUCING THE MUSTANG? “Great question. I mean, Jim has been waiting for this answer. We always look at what's going on in the showroom, where we're going with our product development cycle plan. We introduced the new Fusion a couple years ago. We will be looking at introducing a new car in the future. We have not submitted anything as of yet, but stay tuned.” I think we know its coming, it has to happen. With that we conclude the 2017 season, see you all back again at Daytona.
  2. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Danica will do the Daytona 500 & Indianapolis 500 next year, Sunday will be her last time as a full time driver.
  3. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Results from Phoenix: 1. Kenseth 2. Elliott 3. Truex Jr. 4. Jones 5. Harvick 6. McMurray 7. Kyle Busch 8. Stenhouse Jr. 9. Almirola 10. Earnhardt Jr. Stage 1 winner: Larson Stage 2 winner: Hamlin Both stage winners knocked out of the race. Chase once again finishes in 2nd while Kenseth finally gets a win, its a shame he doesn't have a ride next season. Brad Keselowski advances with Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr. & Kevin Harvick. Next up Miami for the finale. Monster cup 4: Harvick Kyle Busch Truex Jr. Keselowski Xfinity 4: Byron Algaier Sadler Hemric Camping World 4: Sauter Bell Crafton Cindric
  4. 2017 Open Wheel Racing Chat

    Bumping for the Brazilian Grand Prix: 1. Vettel 2. Bottas 3. Raikkonen 4. Hamilton 5. Verstappen 6. Ricciardo 7. Massa 8. Alonso 9. Perez 10. Hulkenberg Vettel ends his drought since Hungary. A bit of a hollow victory but some to lift up the spirits in Maranello, hopeful for a title next year. Massa ended on a high note with a top 10 in last home race in Brazil holding off his old team mate Alonso. Hamitlon fought back from his starting position & ended up 4th, coudln't make the move against Kimi. Last but not least, Ricciardo finished 6th after a first lap wreck. Next up, the finale in Abu Dhabi News & notes: - Toyota is close to signing Alonso to race in LeMans - Ferrari making there usual we will quit F1 threats. - Ford may pull out of WEC after the super season ends, but stay in IMSA & may develop a DPi - Lexus is looking into doing DPi with Chip Ganassi - Hamilton would like Riccardo as a teammate.
  5. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Results from Texas: 1. Harvick 2. Truex Jr. 3. Hamlin 4. Kenseth 5. Keselwoski 6. Logano 7. Blaney 8. Elliott 9. Kurt Busch 10. Jones Stage 1 winner: Harvick Stage 2 winner: Larson The closer strikes again. Harvick had a good car & thanks to traffic, was able to get past Truex. Harvick just punched his ticket to Homestead as does Truex due to points. I still think Harvick is my dark horse to win it all, although its going to be hard to stop Truex. Johnson, Elliott, Hamlin & Blaney are in the bottom 4. Next up Phoenix Well, getting to Kenseth, in all honesty, I'm not surprised & its a bummer that he has nothing to drive next year. Maybe it'll be a year or maybe it will be like Biffle. I also kind of seeing the same thing happen to Danica, there were rumors that she was going to Roush but they basically shot that down. Speaking of driver moves, Stewart Haas is supposed to name their new driver & it looks like Aric Almirola will be driving the 10.
  6. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Results from Martinsville: 1. Kyle Busch 2. Truex Jr. 3. Bowyer 4. Keselowski 5. Harvick 6. Bayne 7. Hamlin 8. Blaney 9. Kenseth 10. Stenhouse Jr. Stage 1 & 2 winner: Keselowski Another short tempered race at Martinsville. Chase had a strong car until Denny bumped him out of it. The fact that the 2 didn't throw fists at each other is surprising. I had a feeling it was going to be either Keselowski or Kyle. It was a wild finish but this is Martinsville. Next up Texas.
  7. 2017 Open Wheel Racing Chat

    Bumping for the results of the Mexican Grand Prix: 1. Verstappen 2. Bottas 3. Raikkonen 4. Vettel 5. Ocon 6. Stroll 7. Perez 8. Magnussen 9. Hamilton 10. Alonso Verstappen wins the race but Hamilton wins the world's driver's championship. Becoming a 4 time champion & with that, has won the most world driver's championship under the UK. Verstappen drove with a chip on his shoulder all weekend & you could see it. He did what he needed to & won the race. However, it was overshadowed by Lewis winning his 4th title, congrats Hamilton. Next up, Brazil News & Notes: - Renault is leaving Formula E to focus on F1, will be replaced with their partner Nissan - Daniel Kvyat will be leaving Toro Rosso - Toyota is close to coming back to WEC, along with the new rules for 2020/21 to be ratified by December (hopefully better than what they had plan) - Ed Jones will be driving for Chip Ganassi Racing - Renger van der Zande will join Wayne Taylor Racing
  8. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Results from Kansas: 1. Truex Jr. 2. Kurt Busch 3. Blaney 4. Elliott 5. Hamlin 6. Buescher 7. Earnhardt Jr. 8. Harvick 9. Almirola 10. Kyle Busch Stage 1 winner: Kyle Busch Stage 2 winner: Hamlin Truex has 6 wins in 1.5 mile tracks & broke a record & has won 7 races this season. Truex Jr. coming back from a penalty & some car issues & the unexpected loss of a crew member last night, Turex wins again. Heartbreak for Kyle Larson, Matt Kenseth, Rickey Stenhouse Jr. & Jamie McMurray as they have been eliminated, Larson with engine trouble & Kenseth was disqualified for having 7 guys servicing his car. Next up, Round 3 begins in Martinsville
  9. 2017 Open Wheel Racing Chat

    Bumping for results from the US Grand Prix 1. Hamilton 2. Vettel 3. Räikkönen 4. Verstappen 5. Bottas 6. Ocon 7. Sainz Jr. 8. Perez 9. Massa 10. Kvyat Lewis gets the win but not the championship. However, Mercedes did clinch the Constructor's championship. They're going to be talking about Verstappen's final overtake against Kimi & it was fantastic, too bad it was all for naught. He'll be a F1 champion soon enough. Sainz had a really great drive with Renault. Just a fantastic race overall. Next up, Mexico News & Notes: - Verstappen resigned with Red Bull until 2020 - Alonso resigned with McLaren & may do the 24 hours of Daytona with United Autosports - Riccardo is rumored to be going to Mercedes - Verizon is leaving as the sponsor of IndyCar - Robert Wickens joins Schmidt Peterson Motorsports - LMP1 Regs are to be presented in December, supposedly manufacture talks are intensifying, rumored is they may move to a unified DPI which may allow the DPI's to run at LeMans Last but not least, the 2018 IndyCar schedule is out, Watkins Glen has been removed but Portland is coming back! March 11 – Streets of St. Petersburg April 7 – Phoenix Raceway April 15 – Streets of Long Beach April 22 – Barber Motorsports Park May 12 – Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course May 27 – Indianapolis 500 June 2-3 – Raceway at Belle Isle Park June 9 – Texas Motor Speedway June 24 – Road America July 8 – Iowa Speedway July 15 – Streets of Toronto July 29 – Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Aug. 19 – Pocono Raceway Aug. 25 – Gateway Motorsports Park Sept. 2 – Portland International Raceway Sept. 16 – Sonoma Raceway
  10. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Results from Talladega: 1. Keselowski 2. Newman 3. Bayne 4. Logano 5. Almirola 6. Hamlin 7. Earnhardt Jr. 8. Kahne 9 . Gaulding 10. Ragan Stage 1 winner: Keselowski Stage 2 winner: Blaney As always, this was a crazy but typical Talladega race & it was awesome! Junior managed to survive 3 crazy wrecks, took out a lot of contenders. Chase almost had another chance before he wrecked, Blaney & Larson as well but Keselowski had a fast car all day. Kenseth, Kyle Busch, McMurray & Stenhouse Jr. are in the bottom 4. Next up, Kansas Well, we now know where 5 hour energy is going... Back to Furniture Row Racing with Martin Truex Jr. http://www.espn.com/jayski/cup/2017/story/_/id/21024730/bass-pro-shops-5-hour-energy-sponsor-truex-jr-30-races
  11. Norfolk Admirals unveil new logo

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  12. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Results from Charlotte: 1. Truex Jr. 2. Elliott 3. Harvick 4. Hamlin 5. McMurray 6. Suarez 7. Johnson 8. Blaney 9. Kahne 10. Larson Stage 1 & 2 winner: Harvick Even a strong run for Harvick the whole time wasn't good enough to contend with the dominant nature that Truex is having. Rough day for Kyle Busch as well after having a good car, smacked the wall. Plus with the humidity down there & seeing him down on the ground, you can tell that this was an exhausting race. Next up: Talladega
  13. 2017 Open Wheel Racing Chat

    Bumping for the results of the Japanese Grand Prix: 1.Hamilton 2. Verstappen 3. RIcciardo 4. Bottas 5. Räikkönen 6. Ocon 7. Perez 8. Magnussen 9. Grosjean 10. Massa Due to a faulty spark plug, Vettel couldn't finish the race but this wasn't an easy race for Hamilton either thanks in part to a very aggressive Max Verstappen. He was close but it wasn't enough. Hamilton advances his points lead & could win the championship in the states but he either needs to win & Vettel finishes lower than 6th or if Hamilton finishes 2nd, Vettel will have to finish 9th or lower. Mercedes could also win the constructors championship, all they need is 17 points. So they could win both. Next up, the United States News & Notes - Season winners in the Weathertech championship, PC Cadillac, GTLM, Corvette racing, GTD Ferrari - Castroneves will be driving full time in IMSA, will run in the Indy 500. His co driver has yet to be announced. - Takuma Sato interviews the podium in Japan, Lewis may want to race the Indy 500 after trying on his ring (good luck) - Peugeot won't return to WEC, instead to focus on Rallycross - Audi is looking to make their presence known in GT Daytona - Tony Kanaan signed with AJ Foyt Racing - Despite an early wreck, Penske who was just "tsting" finished 3rd on podium for PC - WEC may look into IMSA to unify the rules so DPI's can run in LeMans & other races. - Andretti buys Walkinshaw racing in Supercars & is looking into a possible manufacture switch. - Meant to say this earlier, if you want to get your voice in about WEC, motorsport.com has opened up a survey to do so. https://wecsurvey.motorsport.com/
  14. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Well, a bit of news & notes: We have the final design for the Roval for next year in Charlotte: Plus we got a look at the new paint schemes for Hendrick in 2018 with the new Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Chase Elliot: William Byron: Jimmie Johnson: Alex Bowman: In all honesty, I'm digging how the cars look. Glad to see the Flames come back to the 24 & the 48 going with a bit of a darker look. I like the 9 & the 88 as well.
  15. 2017 NASCAR Season Thread

    Bumping for Dover: 1. Kyle Busch 2. Elliott 3. Johnson 4. Truex Jr. 5. Larson 6. Bowyer 7. Earnhardt Jr. 8. Suarez 9. McMurray 10. Keselowski Stage 1 winner: Keselowski Stage 2 winner: Larson Chase was so close but so far. Rowdy just kept building momentum & it paid off. That was a tough race. Dillon, Kahne, Newman & Kurt Busch were eliminated from the first round. Next up, round 2 begins in Charlotte. Heads up, Hendrick will show off their 2018 paint schemes this Thursday