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  1. Actual Indigenous people have been behind the change for years! Not those who just claim to be "Native American", which was the sample group for the Washington Post poll. For example: Spiders appears to be the frontrunner on the sports nerd Twitter beat. Blues, Rockers are also up there.
  2. Orange and maroon from the Houston Summit Soccer? Baltimore Blast 1980-81 tequila sunrise?
  3. From NASCAR journalist Twitter, NASCAR may know who it is already and are looking to find him before Bubba's crew and others do!
  4. And on Twitter, a gas man said "Show me where there has been blatant racism in NASCAR. @BubbaWallace sorry this happened to ya bro. But this sport has never been criticized for being at all racist" And now, he doesn't want to talk about it,
  5. The stages are necessary because this aeropackage sucks! Clean air is everything. Yes, there are more passing overall, but it's all midpack. I believe that on road courses and the Roval, at the stage end, throw no caution, let them go.
  6. The US voted AGAINST having professionals in Olympic basketball competition. Olympic men's soccer is 23-under, with a couple of over aged players. Basketball should do this.
  7. To check tire wear, usually between 20 and 35 laps. It's a safety issue. When there's no practice, how are you supposed to know what the tire limits are?
  8. Competition cautions are used on "green tracks, ones that have not seen action at all or it rained since the last time the cars were on. It's to check tire wear.
  9. I miss the burned popcorn, soggy hot dog buns, and the ability to have a choice of Coke or Pepsi at a short race track.
  10. Competition cautions have been around since for as long as I can remember, and that's BEFORE 1979. The stages were designed to bring fields back together, mostly due to the fact that NASCAR paid engineers haven't a clue as to how design cars which can race without that damn splitter.
  11. I remember there being talk about having a 4 Ball league, only 4 players per team. That might work, in places like Nashville, Columbus, Albany, Anaheim.
  12. Ryan has been an outspoken opponent, so to speak, of plate racing and how it causes cars to leave the surface. There's a video of a compilation of him leaving the ground. He has a degree from Purdue in Mechanic Engineering and has been critical of those engineers NASCAR has hired to fix the problem. Pack racing looks cool and all, but it's not safe! Thank God for the safety features implemented by NASCAR - the Newman Bar addition to the cockpit roll cage (Yes, his suggestion), the HANS device, SAFER barriers, better seats, including LaJoie seats, designed by Corie's dad Randy.