Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by TexasRaceLady, Nov 17, 2019.
2 - I thought it was really, really dull
0.1 It looked to me like 35 of the teams started the off-season a day early, and four of the remaining five self destructed. After the second stage, the 18 was the only car that looked like it even belonged (or wanted to be) out there. After the BS caution that saved the 19, I kept thinking NASCAR was going to find ANY excuse to throw a flag late, but for integrity's sake, if not entertainment's sake they refrained. I can't think of the last time a final race was THAT dull. I missed the Xfinity race, but the Truck race was uncharacteristically dull too. The final Ford Championship Weekend misfired like an old Falcon with a cracked distributor cap............
2 tried to watch the race a couple times but it never caught my interest. I had more fun removing dust from the tops of the kitchen cabinets.
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I fell asleep at the end of stage 2....did not even know who won until this morning. How many passes for the lead were there? Not including during pit stops? 3 or 4?
There isn't a number high enough.
5 Couldn't tell if there was racing elsewhere on the track -- seemed all the camera's were on the "big four".
there wasn't any racing. Seems everyone else brought old slugs to just fill out the field.
4 - and this is being generous
4. Incredibly boring race, would have been a 2 but I give bonus points for NASCAR not throwing a BS caution near the end to give the title contenders a shot at a restart.
Short on action but it was intense.
2 - and we were there near the start finish at the top. Agree about the other teams largely mailing it in, although Larson, Jones and Johnson gave good efforts. Ultra dull. Sad way to end both the season and the finales at Homestead.
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