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Mayor Qumiby

Junior!

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Give the man credit... It's idiots like you that keep bringing up the #3 to gauge JR's career.

 

Dillon has a lot on his shoulders - I don't think NASCAR, RCR, or Dale Jr would let that # go easy if it weren't in good hands. 

 

Austin is a big time Panthers fan BTW. 

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Not saying nascar is fixed but if you wanted to fix it, there is no easier place to do so than at a plate track. Make the plate a bit bigger and you have all the horses you need to run up front.

Jr winning Daytona should be a surprise to no one. I mean Danica even runs up front there. It is a track where equipment means everything. In a race where half the field was wrecked and the real dominate car (Hamlin) didn't have radio communications, it's just indicative of Jr being upfront and being one of the 5 or 6 people that could have won the race. He came on the short end the last few years but right place, right time this year.

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Dale Jr looked like he was gonna dominate NASCAR in his father's footsteps early on.

 

He couldn't even beat Matt Kenseth for rookie of the year. The only people that have ever considered Dale Jr as a dominant force are the fans that he inherited from daddy.

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He couldn't even beat Matt Kenseth for rookie of the year. The only people that have ever considered Dale Jr as a dominant force are the fans that he inherited from daddy.

2001: 8th, 3 wins, 9 top 5

2002: 11th, 2 wins, 11 top 5

2003: 3rd, 2 wins, 13 top 5

2004: 5th, 6 wins, 16 top 5

Yes, he was very good his first few years. And that was with dealing with his father's death. Then DEI fell apart & he never really recovered.

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2001: 8th, 3 wins, 9 top 5

2002: 11th, 2 wins, 11 top 5

2003: 3rd, 2 wins, 13 top 5

2004: 5th, 6 wins, 16 top 5

Yes, he was very good his first few years. And that was with dealing with his father's death. Then DEI fell apart & he never really recovered.

 

The sport was also in a period of turnover where some really good drivers were about to break in...Hamlin, Kes, Logano, Bowyer, just to name a few.  

Look, Michael Waltrip won in DEI equipment.  It was good stuff.

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About a pint of fuel away. Thank you baby Jesus.

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WOOOOOOOOOO!! Blue Deuce ftw!  Hopefully this doesn't deter Letarte from these kinds of calls, it's this kind of aggression that will give Dale these kinds of opportunities throughout the season.

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