WHAT????????? and since when?
Hi gang! I was switching the channel between Speed and Espn this morning. i was watching NASCAR Now and i heard the most outrageous comment about victory totals in my life. the statement was that since Kyle Bush won the Nationwide race at Kentucky last night he has 51 victories in NASCAR's 3 top series and his win total puts him ahead of Jumior Johnson!!!!!! WHAT?????????? since when does NASCAR include wins in the Nationwide and truck series in a drivers total for Cup wins? If that is the case I think Bobby Allisons total is misisng about 75 and certainly Waltrip's Eanhardt's Donnie Allison, Mark Martin, and then if this is the case where are Sam Ard, Jack ingram, Sonny Hutchin's Roy Hendrick, Ritchie Evans? Wahs fair is fair if the guys on NASCAR Now are going to have a new way of counting they should include everyone, not just the elite ??? of the cup series. Kyle has about 20 cup wins? how the hell does that put him ahead of Johnson by including his wins in truck and nationwide seires? Maybe i am making a big deal out of nothing BUT I do not think so. There statement and way of counting is totally offbase and show no respect for the GREAT drivers that came before these 'pretty boys" My jaw just dropped when i heard that, I mean right is right, if they do that for Kyle bush they should do that for all, for instance Mark Martin has 33 or so busch victories they don't say that about him, it is just another reason i have disliked "ASSCAR" since 1981! Too little fun, too much commercialism, too much BS, and not enough respect for their roots! If i have offended anyone i apologize and don't forget drivers like Harry Gant, Butch Lindley,Dave Dion, JP Cabana and more their name should be on the rolls if the other series wins are included in driver' totals. Including truck and nationwide wins in a cup driver's total and then says he has passed Junior Johnson is total BS!!!!!!!!! JMHO
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