Schmoopy1000 wrote:you guys eat up the media crap.
Several drivers reported debris. Including Ryan Newman. I am actually sitting here laughing at the fact you guys are blaming Carl for the yellow. LOL
I know there is some Tony fans that recognize the problems with the 39 team, but for those tony fans that think differently, I am laughing at those of you that are mad because Tony lost a single spot in the pits. That will happen from time to time. Losing only one spot for Ryans team is a good pit stop for the #39.
Dont know how Tony's car was handling that last brief run, but if his car was as good as before. He doesnt spin his tires he would have gotten the lead back. If his car wasnt as good as before. Then he would have gotten passed by Kyle anyways.
BTW the yellow did suck for Tony & his fans. If I were a fan I would be upset over the yellow as well. (Although I would be smart enough not to blame Carl for it)
Not sure who is blaming Carl for the caution though he was one of a few drivers to report debris. All drivers do this.
Yes we are mad that he lost a spot on pit road. It was the lead during the money stop. It was included in a string of things that cost him the race. I understand it wasn't nearly as bad as Ryan's crew was all night. I followed Ryan's progress a bit and his pit crew SUCKS but Tony's pit crew is still inconsistent. Losing a spot on pit road isn't bad, but if it is the lead on the money stop it is.
Tony's car was a rocketship before then. Kyle said that Tony deserved to win the race hands down that Tony was putting a tenth on him a lap. Tony wasn't particularly strong on restarts, and not being the leader after his crew lost him a spot on pit road made it worse.
NW: 7, 31, 3, 11, 60, 88, 12
Trucks: 9, 88, 3, 7, 17, 31
IRL: 10, 11, 12, 26, 3, 38, 27
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