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Race 13 – Best Buy 400 at Dover Recap

Posted by chadmusselman on June 2, 2008

Wow, what a boring race that was. It started out with some action when poor old Elliot Sadler had his car rammed and battered by Tony Stewart and Denny Hamlin. After that there was no action what so ever in the race. I fell asleep, woke up about 50 laps later, and didn’t miss a thing.

I know everyone said it would take a while to figure out these new cars, but we’re over 1/4 of the way through the season, and the races are getting worse, not better. NASCAR needs to admit there’s a problem, and do something about the awful racing going on. Maybe the car needs tweaked or something to allow for some passing. I miss the close finishes and dramatic passing during the races. I’m sick of the lead only changing because of pit stops.

Well, on to the racing action, and how my picks fared. Not to toot my own horn, but I have to say my picks this week did pretty good. I advised you to pick the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th, & 8th place finishers.
Four with a real shot to win:
Carl Edwards – 2nd place finish, and ran very strong all day
Greg Biffle – Looked like the car to beat early and came home 3rd
Jeff Burton – Solid run, picking his way through the field to finish 8th
Matt Kenseth – Proved he still has it, finishing 4th

Two others that should do well:
Mark Martin – Mark hung around early, but faded into 23rd place
Kyle Busch – The kid won again. He’s amazing

Darkhorse:
Martin Truex Jr. – Solid 6th place finish. He ran a very good race

Chad’s Fantasy NASCAR Recap
Buchsmoto took over the top spot from highlife, but only by 4 points! There’s a 276 point cushion between 2nd place and 3rd.

Zimsracing and redvette were the big gainers of the week, jumping up 6 spots each.

ole_gordo took home the high point award with 570.

Next week’s race is on Sunday in Pocono.
Good luck, and happy racin!

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