Jeff Meyer

Mirror Driving: Changing Plate Racing Rules, Mayfield’s Murky Future, And Truex’s Future Potential

*Saturday night's race at Daytona was the second restrictor plate race in a row in which the leader was bumped and sent airborne as the field came to the checkers. Should NASCAR rethink its plate-racing rules with the new car?* Vito: No. Drivers should think twice about turning right on a track where all of the turns are left. Jeff: Agreed. Beth: Yeah, Kyle maybe should have thought twice before he drove down to block.

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Top Ten Similarities Between Brian France & NASCAR and Michael Jackson & Neverland Ranch

*10.* Their "hay day" has long past. *9.* Both have produced an occasional "Thriller," but not very often. *8.* Unless there is a tragic fire, both will be the same color when they die/died (DYED?). *7.* The tower Brian lives in is exactly the same color as Michael’s skin.

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Voices From the Heartland: Bad Economy or Bad Decisions?

Hey look, I know times are tough, but has this sport finally reached a point where a man must sell his soul for a sponsor? I speak mainly of Joe Nemechek, Kevin Conway, Steve and Rusty Wallace and their current sponsors, ExtenZe and US Fidelis respectively. Now, unless you have been living under a rock the last few years, you know that the television airwaves (or digital signals as it has now become) are filled with offers of magic pills specifically designed to enlarge your penis.

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Mirror Driving: Logano A Legend Already?, Loudon’s Last Gasp, And Who’s Hall of Fame Worthy

*Joey Logano's surprise win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway made him the youngest driver ever to win a Sprint Cup race. Where does his season rank among other active drivers' rookie campaigns?* Jeff: Well, he’s probably the highest paid … But I am not surprised. Beth: He has actually surprised me.

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Voices From the Heartland: Win On Sunday… Sell Out On Monday?

For those that have missed the obvious in the past, I will state it again...very slowly. Read my lips--the old adage of ‘Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday’ is as dead as two of the ‘Big 3’ themselves. Granted, GM and Chrysler are not technically dead, but they have been placed on life support and sent to Barackenstein’s lab in hopes of one day being reborn as something new. Chrysler of course has already been given a new life at the hands of Fiat, an Italian company, of all things, but GM still lies in stasis, waiting for a new brain since the removal of the old one at the insistence of the lab keeper himself.

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Mirror Driving: Kahne Turns Right, Chase Contenders & Pretenders, and Cup Teams Take a Hit… in Nationwide?

*The first road course of the year is in the books. Were there any surprises at Infineon, and did we learn anything from this one?* Mike: Um yeah, Kasey Kahne freaking won. Jeff: Kasey Kahne! Kurt: Kasey winning — now that was a surprise! And not just winning but holding off Tony Stewart of all drivers. Beth: Yeah, Kasey Kahne shocked me, that's for sure. Amy: RPM having three cars in the top 10 was definitely a surprise! Bryan: That performance Kahne made to win the race was very impressive. Stewart was chomping at the bit and Kahne was flawless.

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BSNews! NASCAR Releases List! Random Morality Testing To Begin Immediately

In light of recent events that took place last week during the Nationwide race in Nashville, TN, during which two sponsor reps from one team claim a racial slur was directed at their driver by an opposing crew chief after a pit lane collision, NASCAR officials have decided to crack down... and crack down hard! After gathering secondhand information on the incident, NASCAR has indefinitely suspended the crew chief in question under Section 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing) of the NASCAR Penciled-In Penal Code and sentenced him to completion of "Sensitivity Training." NASCAR’s actions, however, do not stop there.

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