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Elliott Sadler stunned NASCAR's top drivers with his first pole position since 2006 ahead of this weekend's Sprint Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway.

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why - Unregistered

November 06, 2010 6:50 PM

Turning left for hours at triple figure speeds, wow, how ******* exciting. Typical american rubbish racing series, why its earned itself on Gran Turismo 5 is beyond me

FooAtari .

November 07, 2010 8:56 AM
Last Edited 1414 days ago

Frank G, just beacuse you don't like it others do. No one is forcing you to read this stuff. The site isn't just for you is it?

And pretty clueless posts really. There is skill and tactics in NASCAR. I guess I get why some people don't like it, but I find it really interesting to watch sometimes.

Not sure what Motorsports you watch LeeHigh1, but you can miss quite a lot in NASCAR not watching for a few laps. F1 is the sport where you can turn it off for half an hour and more often than not come back see things unchanged.

Discalimer
Is not American. Does enjoy F1 sometimes, but bikes more my thing.

Frank G

November 07, 2010 6:07 PM

No FooAtari the site obviously is not just for me... never thought it was.
But by the number of comments on the NASCAR news and posts it definitely isn't the most popular either so that's where my comment is directed.
There are many race series here in the US (Indycar, scca, ALMS, etc) that in my opinion are far more interesting than NASCAR...
NASCAR is just entertainment in my opinion... not car racing somewhere to go (or sit in front of the TV) to see spetacular crashes.
Way too many specs, outdated technology and robots driving the cars... but again, that's just my opinion and as I said, by the amount of comments on their posts, I don't think I am that far off.

Disclaimer
I am American, love F! and MotoGP, plus DTM ALMS and a tod of other series.

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