by Steve Wronkowicz
I am co-host of the syndicated radio show: ON PIT ROW. Over ten years on the air and three on the net; see what can happen when I don't let the facts get in the way of my opinions.June 2, 2008 7:58 pm UTC No Comments
Kyle Busch again took it to the rest of the Sprint Cup field.
Rowdy lapped all but five of his competitors on his way to his sixth win of the season. Busch was helped by the narrowness of the Dover straights. Half of the top twelve in points were collected in the sixteenth lap carnage started by Elliott Sadler and David Gilliland. Sadler, Tony Stewart, Denny Hamlin, Kasey Kahne, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick and Clint Bowyer were the list of Chasers who were involved in the wreck.
Tony Stewart was at his sarcastic best when asked about the multi-car wreck:
“I take 100-percent responsibility,” he said. “It’s my fault for being anywhere close to Elliott (Sadler). If I’m within a half a lap of him, I expect that to happen.”
The narrow straights are not the only quirks to The Monster Mile. There still are only forty-two pit stalls causing two teams to share a pit until someone drops out of the race. It didn’t take long for that to happen this week.
So here is this week’s BUZZ ON PIT ROW:
Should NASCAR force Dover to upgrade its facilities to keep its Cup dates?
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