Kurt Busch wins the Pennsylvania 500 on Sunday in a ho-hum affair that saw him dominate the race.
Other than a slight misstep on a pit stop the Miller Lite Dodge had the field covered. Dale Earnhardt Jr., or maybe more correctly Tony Eury Jr. installed the DEI Magic Shock that propelled Jr. into a second place finish after stinking the place up for most of the race.
Sunday's race was a bit on the long and boring side; as opposed to Saturday's race in Montreal that was filled with passing, bumping and hard driving and feelings. If next week's road course races at The Glen turn out to be as fun filled as the two outside the States, maybe NASCAR ought to start adding more right hand turns or more foreign races.
The Buzz ON PIT ROW is:
Should NASCAR drivers and/or owners be punished in one NASCAR series for actions that occur in another NASCAR series race?
The Fast Lap this week asks:
1) What should NASCAR have done differently, if anything, during the end of the Busch race in Montreal?
2) Should NASCAR re-evaluate the length of some of their races--especially at Pocono?
3) Five of the seven cautions at Pocono were for single car spins that didn't hit anything. Was NASCAR trying to make a race out of this snoozer, or was there definite concern for safety?
4) Who deserves more credit; Pat Tryson for getting Kurt back to victory lane or Tony Eury Jr. for the "Magic Shock" replacement.
Let us know how you feel; about these questions, or anything else that happened during the running of the Pennsylvania 500. If we like your comments we could use them on the air during Tuesday's ON PIT ROW. Leave us a comment on the blog or call the show--toll free at 1-877-502-8255 between 5-7pm edt on Tuesdays.