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October 29, 2007



I don't know the racing answer to the green-white-checker, but maybe Nascar can just change the name to green-Wreck-checker.


I've been so busy lately and I know I've missed the show but here is my 2 cents.

Buzz: I hate the NBA period, you want good basketball watch the NCAA, with that being said NASCAR better not go in that direction. I think the people involved with NASCAR (ie the drivers) won't let it.

1. Chad is working on it that's for sure, but that's what they were saying about Ray Evernham too until he left.

2. No, so we can put it to rest.

3. Atlanta - no, the track is the track.
Goodyear - no, they set the min. tire pressures and the like
NASCAR - no, they just police everything else on the car
Crew Chiefs - yes, they've got to push the envelope and this is an area that they can do it, along with other things that effect tire preformance such as Camber, etc.

4. Yes - you do it until its done right regardless of anything else. It works in the truck series and it would work here.


I don't watch basketball,

Knaus and Johnson seem unstoppable when it comes to in-race adjustments.

Conspiracy against Dale Jr.? No, Testing new ideas, maybe. He said so himself.

Crew Chiefs trying to get ever little bit out of the right front are who's probably blowing up the tires, but heck, you have to push the envelope to keep up and find out!

I think the Green-White-Checkered works fine. It meets advertisers needs to stay on time, we don't get worn out or cheated outright on the finish that we waited 3 to 4 hours for.

Bruce Simmons
Bruce's NASCAR Bits

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