I'm having a hard time believing this has been a good week of racing, from day one at the Bud shootout to Saturdays Nationwide race this has been a wreck fest, and we still have the Daytona 500 to go, if you like a demolition derby this has been a great weekend for you.
Coming off a 2011 season that I considered the best and most entertaining season I've seen in my five years as a NASCAR fan I can honestly tell you I don't even want to watch the Daytona 500 specially if is going to be another slam fest.
So far there has been no complaints from drivers or owners about whats going on but I am willing to bet that after over three dozen race cars and trucks trashed in this past week the folks driving and the owners putting up the money have to be furious about the new Daytona rules imposed by NASCAR.
I see the "detrimental to the sport rule" all over this, you know, Mum's the word.
Folks we can all agree that waiting in the back of the field till everybody wrecks and being lucky enough to drive your way through a junk yard full of race cars to win is not racing.
Maybe I'm wrong but I think most fans like to see the teams work their way up to the front the old fashion way, you know by BEING FASTER.
I watched the race with some occasional fans and some who just wanted to see Danica and the verdict was thumbs down, some quit watching after the first wreck, I just had a feeling this was not going to be a great event and in my opinion it wasn't.
As always this is a fans opinion and from what I understand everybody has one and I thank God for that.