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Squirrel

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Should be a good race. Teams dont have alot data on this track and usually it is a good nationwide race. Will actually watch this one.

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Ya buddy. I'm looking forward to it. KY has had some pretty good racing in it's NW races and I think the cup cars will be damned good.

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Kyle Dominated.... So I thoroughly enjoyed the race!

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from what I saw of it, the last 30-40 laps I think, it was pretty good. Better then a couple of other tracks that are snooze fests. IE Mich, Dover, Pocono.

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The first 200 laps were terrible. Bad race overall

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go back to rockingham

If WWF, oh sorry, I mean NASCAR wanted me to give a spit, they would put it on TV so I could watch. NFL is doing the same thing.

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