—Hey Nascar—you can set as many team haulers on fire as you want, but it won’t distract people from thinking that you botched this whole Kenseth thing.
—Here’s a pretty simple solution: If you’re racing for position, punting another driver is allowed. If you’re NOT racing for position (so if you’re not scored on the same lap), punting another driver will result in an automatic parking for the following race. Wouldn’t this solve, well, EVERYTHING?
—One more thing on Matt Kenseth—his move away from Roush-Fenway seemed like a fantastic decision, and it was. But now that he’s on the same team as Kyle Busch, I think he’s seeing a certain double-standard emerge.
—Jeff Gordon is the only driver already locked-in for Homestead, which means that he has the very-rare opportunity to retire from the sport on the top of his game, without hanging on too long (Darrell Waltrip), running for a crappy start-up team (Dale Jarrett), exploiting his past-champion’s provisional part-time (the Labontes), or annoying the hell out of everybody (Rusty Wallace).