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Top Ten Reasons Fans Failed To Show Up At Bristol Sunday

*10.* Not yet released from the asylum after listening to or reading the latest ramblings of Brian France.

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Who knew Jennifer Jo Cobb would incite a revolution for fans to stand up for their beliefs a day later … by failing to show at a racetrack they no longer liked or appreciated?

*9.* Not taking a chance they might have to watch a Busch do another snow angel on the track.

*8.* They were in their basement, not wanting to be exposed to the deadly Japanese radiation plume.

*7.* Some are still pissed about the whole resurfacing deal and the lack of cautions and caution laps.

*6.* Staying home to watch it on TV so as not to miss the much beloved “Boogity, Boogity, Boogity! Let’s go short tracking, boys!” by D.W.

*5.* Fans are finally on to the fact there isn’t, unfortunately, a real live gopher popping up on the corners of the track.

*4.* They took Jennifer Jo Cobb’s lead and stood up for their beliefs in hopes of sending a message to local hotels and NASCAR in general. (You go, girl!)

*3.* Tickets are so easy to get that it is no longer a challenge.

*2.* Getting a head start for that long, arduous trip to Fontana.

*1.* Their new favorite “March Madness” was on … and it doesn’t refer to NASCAR anymore.

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