Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by Joker, Jun 11, 2019.
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Did I say Childers yet?
Aero, momentum, wake, stall-out...
I'd say Childers but I dont think it would have mattered.
I'll go with Brad's tire carrier
childers and larsons crew chief again
Mike Joy for saying the last restart was “the restart of the year” when the actual Daytona freaking 500 finished in overtime.
#19 crybaby,had to blame someone because he didn't win.
Magic Blade is gone -- like a wizard losing his wand.
22 for jumping the restart...
Sarcasm for anyone not seeing it.
You can nominate a whole crew for bonehead, right?
The #4 crew wins. I think they want the bonehead championship.
Cone on, he was facing
A D V E R S I T Y
I have to say Childers but a close second for this aero package the teams are using.
Rodney Childers, Chad Johnston, and all the other crew chiefs who took 4 new diamonds... i mean tires on the last stop.
I don’t see how someone is a bonehead for trying to win? That’s the name of the game, what we all want, aggressiveness. Nobody was beating the 22 without something changed or an advantage.
Michigan Speedway for being woefully understaffed for the Monday race and making fans walk a long distance when plenty of empty parking was available closer to the track.
42 took 4 for no reason either. They were running in the top 5 at the time iirc.
The teams that took 4 knew they had to gamble on cautions to win.
some of them did, in Harvick's case Childers said they were having heavy wear on the left front tire and they had a lot of laps on it. Took a look at it, and this time it was fine. That's the way the cookie crumbles sometimes. If it would have blown, they would have been the boneheads around here anyway.
Then just take two.
sounds simple, but I haven't seen may only take two lefts. Probably a reason why they don't but I have no idea, except they don't do it very much if any.
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