I like the way they show instant replays of someone low siding into the gravel, then come back and tell you Aaron Yates just passed three guys inside a corner now he has a 4 second lead....let's break for a commercial....
"Daytona is upon us again. What can I say other than I'd prefer to be at Brainerd or Road America or Fontana or even Pikes Peak, you get the picture.
I've often been critical of Daytona's race track for the simple fact that it is so dangerous. To me it's hard to get my head around the fact that they make us do it, actually that's not correct, they don't make us do it, we just have to if we don't want to be behind thirty six points after the first race. At this time of the year, I am very focused on the fact that there are seventeen races after Daytona and you can't win the championship there but you can certainly lose it. 2002 comes to mind. We will take it as it comes and see what the outcome is."
I have it on the highest, the highest I'm telling ya -- MO authority that you are now a member in good standing of the bourgeois. Then there is the indisputable evidence of the Jag (Series 3?) parked in the MO compound (I can explain the cosmetic makeover on the left rear quarter panel, btw - but it was all Tim's fault). What's it gonna take to get you to fess up - photos of you, Mitch Boehm and **** Cheney discussing the USA patriot act over stogies at Chez Jay?
C'mon JB. Deliver us to the promised (TV) land. Just think of it as your own personal divendends tax and therefore a cross that it is your obligation to bear.
What's wrong with Despain? He's a hell of a lot better than most of those WSB British wankers who can't pronounce "Ducati", "Yamaha", or "Kawasaki" correctly, and he's miles better than the bald-headed genius on SPEED (pun intended), Greg White.
Me too! My VCR will be set on Thursday and Saturday to record Daytona while I'm at work. Speedvision used to give you a few shots at catching a bike race. Now they have filled up that broadcast time with the same group of mouth breathers rehashing old NASCAR stories.