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    Hey guys,

    I'll be driving the #16 Roush Fenway Racing Ford EcoBoost Mustang in this weekend's NNS race at Road America.

    It airs live on ESPN, Sunday 6/22/13 at 5pm EST.


    Here's the entry list:

    Jayski's NASCAR Silly Season Site - Road America Nationwide Series Entry List


    Check it out!


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    Good luck out there.

    I just talked to Kyle Kelley. He and John are in the big yellow big rig driving through Wyoming. They should be there tomorrow evening.

    Kyle will be racing both the TransAm race in his GT1 Corvette and then the Nationwide race in his orange and black Nemechek car.
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    Good luck! Looking forward to practice and qualifying results. Post when you can.
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    Billy who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazik View Post
    Billy who?
    Rylan who?
    The deposed former Sheriff of trackHQ . . .

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    that guy's an ahole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazik View Post
    that guy's an ahole.
    The ability to see yourself as others see you is a remarkable gift . . .
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    The deposed former Sheriff of trackHQ . . .

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    Was P2 in practice today. Qualify and race tomorrow.

    http://www.jayski.com/nationwide/201...m2013prac2.pdf


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    Good job Billy. We are all proud of you and the esteem you bring to this group.

    I am surprised the lap time spreads are so great from the front runners like you, to mid-pack and the end. Why is that?


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    I gotta squeeze my buddy at RPM for more tix to NASCAR events...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olitho View Post
    I am surprised the lap time spreads are so great from the front runners like you, to mid-pack and the end. Why is that?


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    Because right turns?
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    Damn!!!! I was screaming at the TV when you got hit. Great driving though! Sorry for the bad luck.

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    ^ Yeah same here. Great driving Billy, too bad the finish wasn't the result you deserved.

    I thought Billy's inside pass on AJ #22 to take P1 was clean (at least from the camera angle), and #22's bump into the back of Billy to push him off track was obviously intentional and dirty. I was hoping #22 would run out of gas during those green-white-checkers.

    Then Billy accidentally bumped #33 putting him into a spin, and #33 acted like a girl and slapped Billy in the helmet post race.

    I only caught the last 12-15 laps. Was the whole race like that? Seems like using the brakes and making right turns is very challenging for some of those Oval Nascar drivers. Just about every couple of laps resulted in a caution.

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    Good job with the restraint! When I see NASCAR I usually see a red neck brawl haha.
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    Billy should have dropped a jean girard reference in the post interview.
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    "I was surprised he didn't take off his glove and slap me with that"
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    "I will let you go Billy, but first I want you to say "I... love... gelato.""

    "I wasn't gonna say it. These colors don't run"
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    That was a real dickbag move by Max Papis. Completely unnecessary. Billy Johnson did the right thing.

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    "It's not like I spilled his macchiato"
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan View Post
    "I was surprised he didn't take off his glove and slap me with that"
    :rofl

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