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The 99 has too much difficulty holding a line. Contact is often corner to corner vs. wheel to wheel or side to side. Carl too often relies far too much upon other drivers to give a little more than a little in order to escape wrecking. I agree that the 12 is overdrawn at the good will bank amoung several series and individuals. But given the rules of the day, Krash-A-Lotski was not incorrect at Talladega. That was the 99 no less than when the 18 tried one extra move on Tony Stewart and wound up in flight school. I may not be a rabid 29 fan, but what the Harvicks have built in the truck and n'wide series earns them more respect and consideration for their idea of competetive behavior.