Sunday, August 10, 2008

NASCAR Secrets Revealed (Go Fast, Turn Left)

The driver of DEI's Bass Pro Shops #1, Martin Truex came in 5th in today's race. For those Bus riders who don't follow NASCAR, following is an inside glipse into the world of NASCAR strategy:

5 comments:

Jason said...

As Ricky Bobby would say, fifth place is the fourth loser! :)

Busplunge said...

Trey and Austin used to have this stupid game that everytime someone mentioned "Jeff Gordon", everyone would spit. It was funny for awhile.

Kyle Busch is becoming quite the driver, less boo's and more cheer's. Sort of what I had hoped Martin would have been.

I will always like Michael Waltrip and would like to see Bass Pro Shops sponsor Tony Stewart. I think they did once.

john lee said...

The coolest part of this video, which I have seen before, (bus, you are getting rusty)is reading the trailer running across the bottom of the screen. "What type of addiction is best for your body type? Tune into Today Now from 8-11." I gotta get cable so I can see that episode.

Thanks bus, it is a hoot.

d5thouta5 said...

After attending several NASCAR events over the past eight years, including every event staged at the home of NASCAR, it is my simple conclusion that NASCAR racing is very exciting when the drivers go fast and turn left...of course what makes it most exciting is when they go fast and then turn right....just so long as they all walk away...

Anonymous said...

Judging from the wreck that occurred during the final laps, I'd say those drivers know how to go fast and turn left, but it is the going fast and turning RIGHT that causes all kinds of problems.
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