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I go over to my son's house to watch the races. We both are completly baffled by the announcers inability to watch as much of the tracks as possible and then talk just to be talking. It is really bad when a tv viewer sees what the announcers do not see. I am sure NBCSN "may" catch this and help them improve. Even when I read the blog posts show that what wrote is true. Danica is full of surprises. Keep watching you will see. GO DANICA!
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So far this year, Danica has portrayed a driver who is willing to make changes in her driving applications. As her present crew chief stated during the last race in Martinsville. "We're moving in the right direction. GO DANICA!!
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Changes, without change there is no progress, without progress there is no future. Good or bad choices will always define a sport. Just like in basketball. Dunking should NOT be outlawed because essentially all a person is doing is putting the ball in the basket instead of shooting. NASCAR is a business that wants to improve their profits. I don't see a problem with that. Good luck in the race Danica. The rythym of the track is the key to success. GO DANICA!!!
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The announcers call racing a battle, I like the way my driver fights! I don't know if anyone noticed, Danica, I believe has learned to do dirt track driving on a hard surface. Since the last time I blogged I have watched my driver take it on the chin bounce back up and keep on going. I do the same thing she does, ignore the critics, after all, my biggest critic of all... is myself. GO DANICA!!!
The sword in the picture obviously belongs to the 7th cavalry. Can anyone tell me who it belong to originally?
Yes, Bristol is a tough track but not hard to figure out. The speed line is egg shaped. Adjust for uneveness and airflow pressure or lack thereof. As far as short track experience is concerned a couple hours a week on a hydroplane track or a wet or dry dirt track and you could be up to SPEED faster. GO DANICA!!!
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I find it interesting, of all the hype and deception that goes on with celebrities, I was hoping we humans had develpoped beyond all of the dark ways. On to a better subject, Danica, I personally think that "repeat" will be a very achievable goal. Everything that has happened in your career so far is measurable proof. When you consolidate time in practice and racing into an hourly basis per week, you have learned more than some of the other drivers who came on the same path. I can't hardly…Continue
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'Tis the season to be jolly. I have not had such a good laugh in a while. Looks like I can get one by reading twitter during the off season. Some people just don't get what good will really means. !!Merry Christmas, Danica!!
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The past few races that I saw Danica in I noticed a marked improvement in her aggressive tactics. Which, enable her to pass up more cars. In a heavy car that does not grip well that is not an easy thing to do. I do not see Homestead as problem track. It's all on the Drivers. GODANICA!!!
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Phoenix raceway has fast qualifying times and slow race times. I wonder if anyone will use a mountain racing/roadcourse setup. Of course keeping in mind the low banking. GO DANICA!!!
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