Discussion in 'Polls' started by #17D500winner, Nov 17, 2013.
What do you think?
It's Nascars call, not the peanut gallery's flying the black helicopters.
wouldn't matter either way, cry babies are going to cry. Nascar obviously didn't think it would take that long.
all cars down pit row was 1st hint ?????
Maybe, but they didn't and either way the only thing it effected was the Championship and if Sam did better in a few other races, he has won it. Championships are won over a full season(well not in cup) not in one race.
Read that statement several times over.
The championship is a pretty big thing to affect. It's like saying an incomplete pass that's ruled a touchdown in the final minute of the Super Bowl only affected the outcome of the Super Bowl.
Cause al the points you score in other games o to that right? See the difference Andy? All that matters in the SB is what happens in the SB so nice try. You could win every game up to it, score more points then any other team(in total) and not win the super bowl. With this championship every single race that season matters towards it.
You have to get to the Super Bowl. It's not like the 1-8 Jacksonville Jaguars are beating the 7-2 Saints in the playoffs. Hornish had more wins, more top fives and more top tens than Austin Dillon this season and outperformed Dillon in most of the races this year - and would have won the championship if it wasn't for the Cup Series drivers winning all but seven of the races. And Elliott Sadler probably would have won the championship last year if NASCAR didn't bend him over so Brad Keselowski could win at Indianapolis.
The Nationwide Series is a freaking joke.
But take the two teams in the Superbowl, say the losing team would them doing better in one or two games have won them the Superbowl?
He had 1 more then OH BIG DEAL, the fact is Austin earned more points over the whole season, I mean isn't that what you want in a champion? The person to win the championship be who scored the most points in the whole season?
The points system in Nationwide is a joke. You have Cup drivers there interfering, taking points (that they don't even collect) and affecting the outcome of races and championships for an easy payday. Look at the results my man, Hornish would've won the championship if the Cup drivers weren't out there. And he probably would've won the championship if NASCAR threw the red flag like they normally do when they need to clean up the entire frontstretch.
Sending the cars down pit road should've been their first sign. When very well respected members of the media and NASCAR National Racing drivers are on Twitter hollering that the red flag should be thrown and suggesting that NASCAR was trying to influence the outcome of the championship, we have a problem there. People who often talk down to fans and dismiss "black helicopters" were making remarks about NASCAR wondering why fans hear black helicopters.
You might be perfectly fine with a 13 lap caution, but most people aren't. This was a black eye. Even IndyCar, which is the most incompetent national professional racing league there is, is smart enough to throw the red flag in a championship race instead of running off 10+ caution laps.
Did I not say maybe they should have thrown it? Point is if Sam had just did better in the races he did bad in, he had won it, I mean heck just one postion better in what, 5 or 5 races and he have had it?
I didnt see the NW race. What red flag?
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