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Claws

Whose ready?

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I think this is going to be the best Daytona 500 in a long time. I'm not even going to try to predict the five in the final standings. I wouldn't be shocked to see Johnson win a sixth straight but I also wouldn't be shocked to see a bit of a surprise champion in the form of Clint Bowyer or Jamie McMurray.

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Wouldn't Jamie McMurray be great?

That would be awesome man.

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GO 24!! man i wish the chase had never been invented, my boy would be a 6 time champ right now

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The only way this year can be meaningful is if the 48 is not in the Chase.

Otherwise, it's another year of Jimmy dominating the last 10 races or falling behind only to have stupid crazy luck while the front runner chokes it away at the end. :(

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17 will be in the top 5, watch and see.

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would be nice to see him running up front again. hopefully rousch has his poo together this year.

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