NW: 7, 31, 3, 11, 60, 88, 12
Trucks: 9, 88, 3, 7, 17, 31
IRL: 10, 11, 12, 26, 3, 38, 27
RIP Dan Wheldon
"Fight for Four"- Annalee
You got to have a big gigantic drum kit.
Races, tracks, drivers and all the drama that comes along with it
racer1 wrote:All these young drivers like the Dillions that have the Nascar genes and heritage were all on dirt tracks, short tracks driving soon as they could sit upright and see over a steering wheel and reach the pedals. Therefore to see their talent on the track at 18-19 or any young age is not news compared to drivers who admittedly didnt start driving till in their 20's and then there are those in other categorys who never drove a stock car at all untill late in life and struggle in comparison. Nascar has lots of drivers like the Dillon so its nothing new and other young drivers like Kyle Larson winning at different levels. It all depends on where you start as how you may or may not be successfull and how long till you are--if ever-- in comparison to young drivers who grew up with a stock car steering wheel in their hand. The young Dillons having success is no surprise to me, nor to most others-considering their background. The one problem with the Dillons is they have big heads and attitude simply because of who they are and they will come to find out eventually other drivers will set them straight one way or another.
Another point regarding Kyle geting beat by Dillon, does anyone else care to see that since he blew up on the track and all his other nasty anger isssues and got suspended, he has calmed way down and as others have said--he has NOT been the same driver he once was with the nasty aggression and attitude, but--winning ALOT. Hes lost his "fight" and without that he just isnt the same as he once was, as he isnt "rowdy" anymore.
ndunn wrote:The Dillons will get way more respect for what they are doing when granddaddy keeps his nose out of their business. If anyone even looks cross eyed at them he is out there screaming his guts out. He has to butt out and let them learn the hard way or they will always be looked at like they have silver spoons in their mouths. We can't fault the kids for being born into a "rich" family but they can't expect loyalty for the money alone. The day I see grease under their finger nails is when they earn respect from me.
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