I will never understand it, Morgann! NEVER!
What a difference a day makes! I had hoped that the crew at Texas Motor Speedway had fixed the turn 3 lights. I did not want their malfunction to change the outcome of the Sprint Cup Samsung Mobile 500 as they had the Nationwide race.
After 241 consecutive green flag laps to end the race, I would have shot those lights out with a BB gun myself.
Greg Biffle managed to stay awake to take the checkers and get his first win of 2012. This is his first win since October 2010, a total of 49 races. Jimmie Johnson, Mark Martin, Jeff Gordon, and Matt Kenseth rounded out the top 5.
Even with all four drivers taking him top 10 finishes, Rick Hendrick still has to wait for his 200th win. It sure looked like Jimmie had that all wrapped up again.
I cannot stress how much I wished I would have been watching playoff hockey instead of this Texas race. This type of racing made the March race at Bristol look like bumper cars at the fair. So, where are all those people that complained so heavily that they wanted real racing? Bristol is being changed, but we are subjected to not one, but TWO races of this caliber at Texas Motor Speedway?
Money talks, right, Eddie Gossage? How long until fans stop ponying up the cash for infield Sumo wrestlers and fuel mileage races?
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