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"GetOutaMyWay 250"
Posted by The Vicar on July 18, 2010
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How?d that Carl Edwards harsh 3 week probation work out? Maybe not so bad for those who like the World Wide Federation version of Nascar. Anyway, once again a no-splitter race proves to be more interesting than a Cup race.

I don?t know if Dave Burns has previous experience as ?anchor?, but he did a fantastic job ? as did Mr. Craven and even Rusty. Dave has always been enjoyable as a pit reporter, but I was impressed how well he transferred that appeal to the booth.

At the same time on another channel, it was strange to see the SpeedTV (and Fox) A-Team (sans DW) working the ?Legends Million? in front of what appeared to be a crowd of 17. I thought maybe David Ragan might find his niche in that series, but alas, he did not.

7.21.56: @ Soldier Field, Chicago, with Billy Myers on pole, Fireball Roberts averaged 61 mph for the victory.

7.18.58: The King made his Grand National debut @ Exposition Speedway in Toronto. On lap 55 ? Daddy bumped me ? right into the wall?.

7.10.54: Nascar made its first appearance in the Chicago area ? Santa Fe Speedway in Willow Springs. Dick Rathman was the winner.

If Ned were in the booth, we?d know what?s up with Mike ?Magic Shoes? McLaughlin.

Ref: racing-reference.info, Greg Fielden?s ?Forty Years of Stock Car Racing?, Richard Sowers? ?The Complete Statistical History of Stock-Car Racing?.

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