Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by Johali, Oct 6, 2019.
7 --- I've seen better. But, this one did have moments that made me wonder what else is going to happen.
That was rough...
7 since my guy won, but not really a good race.
Definately better than the last two Dover races. Actually a lot of passing for Dover standards.
8. A lot of green flag racing.
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4.2. If I wasn't a Larson fan I'd have been bored to death even at the race.
10 larson won
10 always for a day at the track and of course the Larson win. This package doesn’t work for Dover and this race is definitely near the bottom of Dover races I’ve been to
4 love that Larson won but my gawd it was impossible to pass.
7 not as good as the Xfinity race they had more cautions that fell, but not bad for Dover.
6. Better than what we'll have next week. (It was a five then I remembered that the 19 spanked the 18 again)
5....Awful announcers! Pretty boring race but good finish.
4.2...I keep banging the same drum, if you tuned in and was not a NASCAR fan you probably would not have made it past two minutes of this broadcast.
6. A bad race still beats work.
took me awhile to convince myself to add the .5
Lots of passing!!
Lots of whining!!!
Lots of Truex cheerleading!!!!
Dover is one of the most difficult, most skill-intensive venues on the Nascar schedule... and I love that aspect of every race at this track. However, the excessive downforce, drag, and turbulent air with the current "entertainment package" dilutes the racing at Dover, and essentially everywhere else too, IMO. It's still a meritocracy... which is important to me... but less of the ball-busting purity of Dover with the "racing package" used in recent years.
Major props to Kyle Larson and the 42 team for a well-earned win. They could be dangerous in these playoffs.
I like the speed of Dover and the fact the Larson Won! (watched a lot of it on MUTE)
Aero push at Dover and wake playing a role? NASCAR needs to think of reducing the amount of downforce at short tracks. This was my biggest fear with these spoilers at Richmond and Dover, seems like what we didn't want to happen occurred anyways. Solid race though.
2.5....follow the leader...looked like a parade. Most exciting parts were mechanical failures.
7, packaging problems, pesky chipmunks, again.
7.5. The half point is for the long green runs.
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