As a racing fan, I've seen nothing inspirational about Nashville yet. There may be other stuff going on that's great for the attendees a city doesn't need a mediocre race to put on a festival. I guess I don't truly understand why cities bother tying up traffic for weeks for these races.
How about a hairpin at EACH end of the bridge?
Just watched this on Peacock. This sucked like a spaghetti eating contest. The contract can't expire soon enough to suit me. Plenty of other, competitive venues that don't use up cars like folding chairs at Wrestlemania.
I won't turn my nose up at Joey; he's at least semi-familiar with the cars. I can't get excited about drivers on their first time racing a car over twice the weight of what they're used to, with 30 minutes practice. Yeah, I know, simulator time.
He wasn't competitive on most layouts for the last couple of years in a full-time ride from one of the top teams.
JJ isn't interested and wouldn't be effective if he was. Y'all have fun; I'm out of here.
I'm still trying to figure out how Harvick's single win in two years is a possible indicator of Johnson's future. They're two guys with different driving styles who never ran for the same team or owner. "Oh, but they're close to the same age so, you know, ..."