Since the real race is over I thought I would share how my iRacing Daytona 500 went on Friday.
[UPDATED] This happened last night when I picked up a notepad and a pen with the purpose of drawing.
I remember the days when CART was the sh*t. You can tell it being the case, because it was a time when even the UK and Germany were building their own speedways to accomodate American open-wheel racing. Little did I know it was the slow death of the series that - at the time - was almost in fight for the no.1 motor…
Just saw this from Sunday's Daytona 500, and funny thing is it went completely legal as it fit perfectly into the box.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the Daytona 500!
Kligerman avoided another one.
That's the bad news.
Update: See bottom for newest idiots Fox News and ESPN. Today's Daytona 500 is currently in a weather delay, so Fox is airing last year's edition. Many NASCAR fans are incapable of reading the ticker at the bottom of the screen, and are live-tweeting the race out in excitement. Here are some of those dumbasses, as…
... "Interesting". While Fox keeps trying to fill the time during this rain delay, I continue watching. I'm waiting for something to happen. Oh, there it is.
Full report later.
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Last weekend, Danica Patrick made NASCAR history by becoming the first woman to secure the pole position for the Daytona 500. Today, she did it again at the race itself.
In a spectacular performance that some mysognists have partiality credited to the rest of her team, Danica Patrick won the pole for the 55th running of the Daytona 500. The achievement was doubly historic, as it was the first time either a woman or a Honda-powered car will start on the front row of the IZOD Cup race.
Yes, for the first time ever, a woman will lead a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race to the green flag as Danica Patrick wins the pole for the Daytona 500. of course, plate qualifying isn't really about the driver as much as it is about the team, so that's really not her accomplishment so much as it is Crew Chief Tony…