The Final Word

The Final Word – It is weird & different, but I like the Daytona-Talladega two car two-step

Have you ever noticed that what goes on in NASCAR has a lot of similarities to regular life? When I was a boy, sometimes my daddy would come up behind me and gave me a sharp tap.

The Final Word – Kurt Busch and other boys who have spent time in the dog house

We like who we like, we don't who we don't, and once we don't, it could take years, if ever, for us to change our minds. In a sport where popularity and merchandise sales mean almost as much as the racing, it is a big deal.

While Junior’s finish at Charlotte was disappointing, it was no Indianapolis heartbreak

Dale Earnhardt Jr. came within one straightaway of rediscovering Victory Lane for the first time since he used pit strategy to win one at Michigan in June, 2008.

The Final Word from Texas, where Tony proved to be all fumes, no gas

So, what did we learn at Texas? Well, we have learned that if you want to play there, you must have a fiddle in the band. Matt Kenseth apparently took no chances and brought along an entire string section.

The Final Word as Harvick beats Jimmie at Fontana, but Martinsville promises to be a very different story

Well, we learned that those we had watched up front most of the day were not destined to finish up there.

The Last Word on Bristol, as Kyle W(inner) Busch again sweeps Tennessee

Well, we learned that Kyle Busch is one hell of a driver. Okay, if we had been in a coma the past couple of years, that might have been a revelation.

The Last Word from Las Vegas, where Edwards wins after Tony gets hosed.

So, what did we learn in Las Vegas? Well, we learned that sometimes the best car on the day does not win, leaving the bubbly to second best.

The Final Word on Phoenix where Gordon wound up with the final say

Well, we learned that Chad Knaus sucks as a predictor of events. Expect few cautions, he said prior to the race, and within 70 laps more than half the field were dinged.

The Final Word on the Daytona 500

So, what did we learn at the Daytona 500? Well, we learned that if the rest of the races this season are comparable to the first, 2011 will be one hell of a year in NASCAR.

The Final Word – With one to go, our three contenders look to lay claim to Homestead

Well, we learned that we got ourselves a real Chase for the 2010 Sprint Cup championship that should last until the final lap of next Sunday's finale in Florida.

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