Nice job, Kyle. A helluva comeback from a serious injury, incredible focus and hard work wins the big one.
As for NASCAR's pathetic manipulation of the championship...right down to a bogus yellow flag with 10 laps to go...they continue to bastardize what used to be a great sport, and the decline will continue.
Originally Posted by Nigel Red5
Originally Posted by racernut
So because the haas F1 team has some europeans on it it's not american. Maybe you should look at his website and check out the shop he has built to house the team. The team of engineers that is designing the car is a mix of europeans and americans. The head of the tech department is former nascar engineer matt borland. Haas is smart enough to hire people with experience to make his entrance into f1 successful. If you do a little checking you will find that quite a few nascar teams have hired ex
Originally Posted by PPGfan
I recently had my cable package upgraded for free when I threatened to leave for Direct TV.
Pretty easy to get a free upgrade out of them.
Ha, good point, try tickets though.
You should try to deal with Comcast customer service.
My question was about the 2016 tickets, trying to upgrade for the first time and just getting nervous because there is nothing mention on my account about the 500.
Originally Posted by Adrenaline
Originally Posted by nascarnation
OTOH we have to be glad there are enough sponsors to keep this on a network that most of us can access.
No, I'm talking about ALL shows nowdays. I think we pay for commercials.
I think Pagenaud wants a ride in the Pace Car. !
[QUOTE=indyfanmi;3865952]Going to the Pocono race tomorrow. Just got out my scanner for the first time since Indy.
Does anyone know the frequencies that NBCSN uses for their broadcast feeds? I assume that the IMS radio frequency is the same as it was for Indy.[/QUOTE
I used the freq in this link for the Iowa race