i found this season's races at both Pocono and Michigan very thrilling. Two tracks in which I normally tend to nap while I record, and then watch "condensed" versions of with my thumb on the FF button. Both because of off sequence, fuel only, two tires, no tires and four tires strategy. Pocono because of the #48 team running into trouble early and spinning in the pits, and then battling back for a 6th place finish, and Michigan because of the #48 team and Chad's strategy to s...tay out, get off sequence, develop a big enough lead to take four tires on the last green flag stop knowing that they, and everyone else would have to stop one more time for fuel. The #48 team rolled the dice, and with no late caution it paid off. I started to hold my breath when Dillon and the 3 team had issues and kept putting an injured race car back onto the track in the waning laps... I was certain that it would cause a caution,
Footnote: Tony Stewart needs to watch the clip, see the truth, and apologize to Larson. Tony hit him on the restart and got angry at Larson saying that Larson "cut across my front bumper" and caused the damage to Tony's car. Dude... are you smoking drugs??? Larson didn't turn right, and it appears as if he didn't lift, Tony then proceeded to intimidate Larson on the next caution. No matter Larson, we've noticed a recent trend with Tony bullying young rookie drivers. Just hit him in the face with a bottle of water (or better yet, use a Coke and earn Victory Junction a donation) It works, ask Joey Logano... Stewart, Harvick, and Biffle have taken to leaving him alone this season. Larson is sitting 8th in the standings (83 points out) with 3 top fives, 7 top tens, 13 top twenties and an average finish of 13.87 while Tony sits in 16th (135 points out) with 2 top fives, 5 top tens, 11 top twenties and an average finish of 17.3... I will let the reader decide where Tony gets his Mark Nelson

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