I really appreciate all the cat names in this. Good blogging.
With a jump!
The reason lug nuts are a big issue in NASCAR and not so much in other series, such as F1 or Indy Car, is that NASCAR wheels require 5 lug nuts to fully secure them to the hub, where as the series I mentioned above only have 1 center hub nut. When you only have 1 center nut, either you secure it or the wheel falls…
Now that I’d watch!
That seems complicated. I think breaking races down into stages which award points for top 10 finishes and than awarding playoff points which go into a bank for the playoff rounds, followed by awarding points for the actual final finish of the race which awards more points but if you win that races final stage it…
You can’t avoid complicated with NASCAR anymore, and two of its newer rules could potentially put huge wrinkles into the sport’s title races—wrinkles that could determine or de-crown a champion on the spot.
Dodge Demon people: “But can it pull the front wheels off the ground?!”
It’s hard to explain how experiencing NASCAR’s infield can completely change a person’s understanding the sport. The garage and pit road transform from areas that were once shown in passing by television broadcasts and squinted at through binoculars, to privates window into the inner workings of racing.
Sammy Hagar’s “I Can’t Drive 55?”
The cars at night, go fast under the lights. CLAPCLAPCLAPCLAP! DEEP IN THE HEEEEAAAARRRRTTTT OF TEXAS
The stars at night, are big and bright
I can only hope that you have a Jalop themed wedding Alanis with plenty of awesome cars.
cooool! Can’t wait for the rad pics :]
HOLY CRAP. That looks exactly like the kitten I adopted in 2008... and that carpet looks exactly like the carpet in my house... and, I go by Hank. Are we the same person?
Heh. Jalopnik SPD.
Cats are the best.