You know, that might not be a bad thing, so long as Chevrolet, Ford and Dodge were to withdraw their factory support for NASCAR.When Honda enters NASCAR, Joe Gibbs will move over there. They are not very brand loyal, and they will take t*%^%^&'s technology with them.
I wouldn't get to worked up over this. Sure, they won this race, and the Gibbs team has been strong all year..but also look at it this way:How many races has toyota won? One.
How many races has EVERYONE ELSE won? A LOT more.
Perhaps if the popularity of the sport continues to decline, the Big 3 will get the message, and pull out of the Series.It was another dark, gloomy day for NASCAR. I would've been happier to see Busch's car hailed with beer cans after the race. There seemed to be fewer spectators in the stands, but a better show of disappointment would have made me proud.
Perhaps if the popularity of the sport continues to decline, the Big 3 will get the message, and pull out of the Series.
It is stunning how so many that howled with outrage when the Giant announced its plans to buy a Cup now have no problem supporting the Giant in his quest.
I believe the word is "hipocracy".