Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by gnomesayin, Apr 12, 2019.
way too early to count out Bowman out IMO. He's on the front row of the 500 for the third time.
You mean the guy that has gone deep in playoffs twice in two attempts, had four second place finishes last year, has only five DNFs in 72 races and has actually WON a race? I can't imagine why you'd want to keep a guy like that around............
Call it a hunch but I just think this batch of rookies has more talent and could force him out of that ride at some point.
They might indeed have more talent, but what difference does it make if they are working for somebody else?
I think Bowman will be there for many years. He will be a top contender when the new car arrives based on his ability to adjust to anything CC's wanted to try in testing. If they let him go, I hope WB goes to 2 cars.
The guy can adjust to any situation, I'll give him that.
JR and Gragson snag a new sponsor..get it? snag?
Welcome in Verizon, folks.
Which means you probably won't get cell service at all at the track if you aren't on Verizon.
From my experience, that wouldn't be anything new. When I was at tracks weekly in the early 2000's, Verizon was usually the ONLY one that worked worth a damn.
Verizon bringing 5G and Wi-Fi to NASCAR
More specifically, Verizon is bringing these services to the tracks NASCAR owns. No SMI tracks are listed as receiving the services.
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