Watching the Crown Royal 400 tonight?
Nick Bromberg is.
Join him for all the action.
Kahne spins, caution comes out, leaders hit pit road and Denny Hamlin beats Kyle Busch out of pit lane.
I called it!
Kurt Busch now leads…
Hamlin has a lead of six tenths over Kurt Busch as FOX heads to commercial. Just watch, a lead change is going to happen…
How badly do you feel if you are a Kasey Kahne fan… He’s behind both Michael Waltrip AND Mike Bliss.
Mayfield hits the wall and then spins half a lap later
After pit stops, Hamlin has a 2 second lead.
Green flag pit stops under way
Vickers had been falling back and misses pit road. Told you he was horrid at Richmond.
“there’s some good racecars ahead of (Denny Hamlin)” — DW
guess who the first car ahead of Hamlin is?
Hamlin gets by Gordon during commercial. Go figure
Gordon’s lead is gone as he’s fighting lapped traffic. But now Hamlin has to fight that traffic as he tries to pass Gordon.
I set my facebook languange to Bosanski, and now I’m completely lost over there. Smart decision.
Scott Rigss takes it behind the wall. I hope they can get some sort of success going soon.
Gordon still leads, 62 laps through.
Brian Vickers has a horrid track record at Richmond. Horrid.
Something like three 30th or worse finishes in his last four. It’s absurd.
I feel sorry for those people who had baseball run long. (I’m a huge baseball fan, but unless it was a fantastic game, give me racing)
And what did Mike just say about the Toyota Celebrity All Star Race? I missed that.
The HotPass drivers are Harvick, Burton, Junior and Edwards. I know they cut costs on HotPass this year, but the driver variation has been pathetic.
Jeff Gordon in the black (and orange) SS with the navigation passes Vickers for the lead.
In case you haven’t noticed, Kyle Busch is passing cars on the outside (OMG!!!!!!)
After seven laps of yellow, we go green.
And then we get a caution. The #66!!!!
Phil Parsons must be furious right now.
The $1 million question… will the #09 park it?
Maui is not on the hood of Joe Nemechek’s car today. Color me very disappointed.
Hope everyone is looking forward to an exciting race tonight. Richmond is my favorite short track (yes, above Bristol).
I’m going to go waaaaaaaaay out on a limb tonight and pick Denny Hamlin because he’s bound to win here at some point.
Cautions? We’ll go with 11, and I’ll say that the 66 is the first car to park it, 47 laps in.