CuntryBlumpkin's Comments

Posted Wednesday July 31, 2013, About: Juan P. Montoya: Monty needs to race today at Indianapolis
Kurt's 78 is powered by RCR equipment.

You fail
Fine, Bondo and 3M.
Actually both of you seem to be very confused on what a satellite company is.

Are trucking companies just satellites of Freightliner?

No, that's just ridiculous.

Frito-Lay is a satellite of Pepsico.

Stewart-Haas is an individual team that buys equipment from Rick Hendrick.
I guess Penske is just a satellite of Roush now that they get their engines from Roush.

Pretty ridiculous thing to say really.
I don't consider buying equipment from somebody making them a satellite for the team. If you're in the grading business and you have to rent a specialized piece of equipment from Hertz, it doesn't make your company a satellite of Hertz.

Rick Hendrick doesn't sign the paychecks. Rick Hendrick doesn't put the cars together. Rich Hendrick has absolutely no control over how Stewart-Haas is run, and Rick Hendrick has no say so in who drives the cars. Guess who Smoke drives for when he runs Nationwide? You think Hendrick would let him drive for RCR if Hendrick had any say so at Stewart-Haas?

Rick Hendrick just sells equipment to Stewart-Haas.
After years of subpar racing, you think attendance will rebound in one year of great racing?

It takes time. It's not like a team sport where you can jump on the bandwagon when the team is winning.
That's not even close to relevant.

Ticket prices are high, and people generally have to travel to attend races, and the economy still isn't what it was, and it will take time for attendance to rebound, and with television technology, all sports will soon see a sharp decline in attendance when you can watch the event from the middle of the lake on a bass boat and not have to deal with a crowd of drunks on a 95 degree day.
Yeah it was actually. Tracks that had either lost their excitement or never were exciting have suddenly became worth watching either again or for the first time.
And how convenient to leave off half the comment.
You've been watching different races than I have. There's been more side by side racing, more passing and more use of the chrome horn.

Like I said, you'll never be satisfied if you haven't liked what you've seen this season.
Plus maybe that's a sign Stewart's equipment is coming around and Harvick will be a serious contender next season since Harvick is essentially taking Newman's ride.
There's been two boring races this season. The Daytona 500 and the Brickyard. But we've seen the best race ever at Fontana, the best race in years at New Hampshire, exciting racing returning to Pocono, and a huge rebound in excitement at the short tracks.

I don't drink on Sundays.

Today's race was boring, but the overall season has been great. If you think this season has been boring, it might be time to stop watching all together, because you will never be satisfied with the sport.
The car was fine, the driver was junk as usual.
I'm happy Newman won. It was apparent that Harvick and Stewart had no chance, and then I became an "anyone but JJ" fan.
Sounds to me like you're just looking for a reason to b[b][/b][b][/b]itch.

This has been the most exciting NASCAR season since Dale Sr died.
You're really hard to please if you haven't thought this season has been great in terms of quality of races. Other than the Daytona 500 the races have been great.
I'm not a Jr fan. I hate anything Rick Hendrick.

There's two drivers that I pull for, Kevin Harvick and Tony Stewart. And 3 more that I somewhat like, Paul Menard, Jeff Burton and Kurt Busch.

The rest I'm either neutral or I generally hate.
JPM is horrible, he might could drive an open wheel car, but he floundered once he started racing with the big boys in NASCAR where the real talent goes in racing.

He should be rideless next season, it will cut the amount of cautions in half.
Posted Monday July 01, 2013, About: Goodbye to a Departed FanNation Friend
Nicely written. May he RIP.

He was one of the first people to talk to me after I became I regular on this site.
It's not the equipment.

Jamie McMurray has shown vast improvement since the switch to Hendrick power. JPM is just proving what any real NASCAR fan already knew, that he sucks and he should go back to open wheel with the little boys of racing.
Posted Sunday March 03, 2013, About: Clint Bowyer: A throwback to the high school bully
Jeff Gordon was just being the whiney little b[b][/b][b][/b]itch that he naturally is last season, no big surprise. Bowyer goes for the win with a little bump from Ryan Newman while the Hendrick golden boys were holding up the rest of the field on old tires, and the Hendrick boys spin out, they cry and cry, when they know damn well that they and their crews were to blame for staying out on 100 lap tires when the rest of the field have fresh tires.

Then Jeff Gordon tries to wreck Bowyer at Phoenix, instead he wrecks himself, cries a little bit, takes out Bowyer and collects Logano and Almirola, and claims he's the victim. And to top it off, Gordon cowers behind his crew when Bowyer comes looking for him.

Bowyer did nothing wrong last season. Gordon has always been, currently is and always will be the biggest b[b][/b][b][/b]itch in NASCAR history.

He pushes Matt Kenseth, and keeps his helmet on. He always sounds like he's about to cry, and it's even more exaggerated when things aren't going his way.

NASCAR will be a lot better off when this woman trapped in a "man's" body finally retires.

At least the others everyone is mentioning(except maybe Kyle Busch) don't run away from confrontations after the race is over.
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