Watching the Toyota SaveMart 350?
Nick Bromberg is.
Follow the action with him as he goes Flag to Flag!
Very shocked that the Bowyer-Carpentier incident wasn’t a caution.
Shrub to pit road
oooo… Boris got duuuuuumped
Mildly surprised there wasn’t a caution
Don’t see a three wide pass here very often.
That was sweet.
So it looks like the top 16 stayed out
Jeff Burton goes around in turn 11.
Do the leaders hit pit road? We are on lap 21…
Newman falls from fourth to sixth. Passed by Stewart and Said.
This TV coverage is really bad, why these people will not show the field of cars is beyond me. They keep the leader in full screen lap after lap of stay on a car back in the field in the pits. This network is THE PITTS!!!!
I should also add that the top lap-times per lap feature is awesome.
Shrub to the front.
Vickers was holding up the field. At one point, Stewart was 5 seconds back in fifth. Before the pass, he was 2.8 seconds back.
Hotpass is great for this race. Obviously you get video during commercials, but you can see where certain drivers are getting beat and doing well on the track.
Vickers’s lap times have really tailed off, as evidenced by the presence of Kyle Busch on his bumper. There could be a during-commercial lead change.
Allmendinger with a problem on the left front. Caution perhaps?
Hornish pitted. I don’t think that he’s going to be able to pull a two stopper from here. That’s what he gets for flat spotting the tires.
Blaney parked it. That’s not surprising.
Vicers still leads on lap 7. No incidents yet, which is a tad surprising.
Is PJ Jones a start-and-park? I’d have figured he’d have been a car that trued to run the race.
And I’m wrong. Vickers got a good jump.
Someone is going to get dumped at the top of the hill…
Is Brian Pattie 25?
Forgot to say that I laughed when they showed Tom Cruise, Katie and Suri next to Jeff Gordon and family.
And I’m still sticking with Stewart.
I’m the anti-Larry Woody, and love road racing. I think the IRL’s split of roughly half and half is ideal. But, who am I kidding, NASCAR isn’t going to change this makeup any time soon.