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NASCAR banter

Discussion in 'Motorsports' started by TTupsi, Mar 23, 2015.

  1. Absolutely not

    0 vote(s)
  2. No

    1 vote(s)
  3. Only with some luck

    1 vote(s)
  4. Yes

    1 vote(s)
  1. TTupsi


    Are there any other NASCAR enthusiasts around? If not, I highly recommend especially my fellow Europeans to watch some races. They are actually very exciting with all the strategies and restarts etc! It just requires a little different mindset to get excited of "just turning left". :D

    I shall begin the discussion by asking: is Kevin Harvick at the moment the best driver (all forms of motorsport included) in the World?

    In my honest opinion he is. To dominate a series with seemingly identical cars like he has done (eight top-two finishes in a row + two wins and a 3rd place in three starts in Xfinity series) is just amazing.
  2. johnnymat


    I think Kevin is the best driver in NASCAR at the moment; I don't think he's the best driver in the world. I've always wondered how some of the really talented NASCAR drivers , like Harvick, Gordon, Stewart etc. would have done in the road racing world if they had developed their talents on road courses instead of ovals. Those three and others are obviously naturally gifted. Too bad the money and the lack of a realistic ladder system kept them out of road racing.
  3. Pär Öqvist

    Pär Öqvist

    Daytona days of thunder. If nascar had that yellow flag rule and allowed for such dirty driving it would be more interesting. The only nascar I see is YouTube crash videos.