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    Make it a sweep at Texas? My opinion, YES! Texas suits Al and Al suits Texas. Leave it all on the track. Al!

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    Al will be leading up to the last round of pit stops when Dan Wheldon will wreck Yakusawa to ensure is Rookie Title.

    Scott Sharp currently in 18th place will pit with the lead lap cars, while team Kelley leaves Al out with eight gallons of fuel in the car in hopes of getting another yellow within the next 15 laps, so he can then drop off of the lead lap pitting under green and Sharp finishes one spot ahead of Al yet again....
    Natural Born Cynic

    What irks me (maybe its too soon for the truth), DW was a 16-oval WIN specialist, yet the vast majority those boohooing for him, hardcarders & fans, alike are the same ones trying to kill anything with more than 9 deg banking & 4 corners, where Dan ultimately made his home...


    • #3
      I think that actually happened at MIS?


      • #4
        Not the way Team Kelley has run lately, this looks more like a team ready to fold it's tent, living up to contracts while spending as little as possible. I know we have all heard "Sharp only for 2004," but why even do that, only to run at the back of the pack as they have lately. Before some Kelley fan bothers to blame Toyota and different engines, why would they do that to a team that has two wins with two different drivers?

        Toyota has the most honest engine program of any, IMO. Just give all the teams the best engines possible and race for the win, regardless of what AJ claims. It does none of the engine manufacturers any good to have a car running at the back of the pack with their name on it, the other two are slow in finding that out, IMO, but it will be that way next season. Yes badger, I still support designated team R&D efforts, it is the only way with limited testing, but I think we will begin to see R&D engines in an extra entry, with tight points races and the drivers finding out how to run close without hitting one another, no team can afford to lose an engine due to a failed R&D effort. You may also se some R&D in practice engines.


        • #5
          I always pull for Al Jr. That said, I'm glad I got an opportunity to witness Texas I in person so that I can say I was there when he won his last major OW race.

          If he does win, I couldn't be happier - I just don't think it will happen.


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