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    Race #16: Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway

    Entry List:

    _1) #_1 Jamie McMurray, Cessna Chevrolet
    _2) #_2 Brad Keselowski, Alliance Truck Parts Ford
    _3) #_3 Austin Dillon, Dow Chevrolet
    _4) #_4 Kevin Harvick, Outback Steakhouse Chevrolet
    _5) #_5 Kasey Kahne, Great Clips Chevrolet
    _6) #_7 Michael Annett, Pilot Flying J Chevrolet
    _7) #_9 Marcos Ambrose, DeWalt Tools Ford
    _8) #10 Danica Patrick, GoDaddy Chevrolet
    _9) #11 Denny Hamlin, FedEx Freight Toyota
    10) #13 Casey Mears, GEICO Chevrolet
    11) #14 Tony Stewart, Mobil 1 Chevrolet
    12) #15 Clint Bowyer, 5-Hour Energy Toyota
    13) #16 Greg Biffle, 3M Ford
    14) #17 Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., EcoPower Oil Ford
    15) #18 Kyle Busch, M&Ms Pretzel Toyota
    16) #20 Matt Kenseth, Dollar General Toyota
    17) #22 Joey Logano, Shell/Pennzoil Ford
    18) #23 Alex Bowman, Dr. Pepper Toyota
    19) #24 Jeff Gordon, Panasonic Toughbook Chevrolet
    20) #26 Cole Whitt, Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters Toyota
    21) #27 Paul Menard, Richmond/Menards Chevrolet
    22) #31 Ryan Newman, Caterpillar Chevrolet
    23) #32 Boris Said, 7-Eleven/AmeriGas Ford
    24) #33 Alex Kennedy, Media Cast Chevrolet
    25) #34 David Ragan, Long John Silver's Free Fish & Fries Ford
    26) #36 Reed Sorenson, Theme Park Connection Chevrolet
    27) #38 David Gilliland, Love's Travel Stops Ford
    28) #40 Landon Cassill, CarsForSale.com Chevrolet
    29) #41 Kurt Busch, Haas Automation Chevrolet
    30) #42 Kyle Larson, Target Chevrolet
    31) #43 Aric Almirola, Nathan's Famous Ford
    32) #44 J.J. Yeley, Phoenix Warehouse Chevrolet
    33) #47 A.J. Allmendinger, Kingsford/Clorox Chevrolet
    34) #48 Jimmie Johnson, Lowe's Chevrolet
    35) #51 Justin Allgaier, Brandt Chevrolet
    36) #55 Brian Vickers, Aaron's Dream Machine Toyota
    37) #66 Tomy Drissi, Hercules Movies Toyota
    38) #78 Martin Truex, Jr., Furniture Row Chevrolet
    39) #83 Ryan Truex, Burger King Toyota
    40) #88 Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Kelley Blue Book Chevrolet
    41) #95 Michael McDowell, K-LOVE Radio Ford
    42) #98 Josh Wise, Dogecoin/Reddit.com Chevrolet
    43) #99 Carl Edwards, Aflac Ford
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    Boris Said makes his season debut in the #32 Ford.
    Alex Kennedy returns to the #33 Chevrolet.
    Tomy Drissi makes his season debut in the #66 Toyota.
    Michael McDowell and the #95 Ford return.
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    I could care less about this race... Don't like road courses at all.

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    I bet I know why you don't like them.

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    The racing sucks..

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    Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.
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    Right because my favorite drive isn't good there I can't dislike for any other reason... I don't like Michigan and Jr is great there

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    So ****ing pumped!!!!!!! Love road course races. Its a nice change from the ovals and the real talented drivers get to show case their talents. Kyle's had some bad luck here but all in all he is a pretty good road course diver.

    Road courses should also mask some of JGR's deficiencies this year. Kyle needs a good finish after the last few weeks.
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    I love road courses, honestly I like road racing more than oval for the most part. Denny has atrocious luck at Sonoma and Watkins Glen. Hopefully they can turn it around.

    You all see what BK said?

    "It's pretty obvious that the Hendrick engines are way ahead of everyone else," third-place finisher Brad Keselowski said after finishing best in class behind the Hendrick-powered Chevrolets of Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick in the Quicken Loans 400. "As far ahead as they are right now, they're probably a full season ahead of everyone. We've got work to do to get there."

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    I'll take Bristol & Daytona over any road course

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatkins11 View Post
    I love road courses, honestly I like road racing more than oval for the most part. Denny has atrocious luck at Sonoma and Watkins Glen. Hopefully they can turn it around.

    You all see what BK said?
    Well he is right. I said in the other thread that i'd like to see the Dyno numbers for each team/make. It seems like Hendrick engines have 50 more HP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumper 88 View Post
    I'll take Bristol & Daytona over any road course
    I am sure a lot of people would. Road courses are good for nascar though, wish they had a few more on the schedule. It's some of the most exciting racing and its just a nice change of pace from the ovals. Most of the ovals have become more about speed and handling anymore. At least with road courses it takes some skill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumper 88 View Post
    Right because my favorite drive isn't good there I can't dislike for any other reason... I don't like Michigan and Jr is great there
    I know man...if that was a reason to hate tracks, I'd have to hate all but three of them.

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    I wish they would add 2 more road coarses....I don't see how anyone can't like then


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigCheese12:28634929
    Quote Originally Posted by Thumper 88 View Post
    I'll take Bristol & Daytona over any road course
    I am sure a lot of people would. Road courses are good for nascar though, wish they had a few more on the schedule. It's some of the most exciting racing and its just a nice change of pace from the ovals. Most of the ovals have become more about speed and handling anymore. At least with road courses it takes some skill.
    At the least one more. And put it in the chase.

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