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I don’t know why I always feel this way when Jimmie Johnson wins a race. It’s like watching Survivor and getting pissed off when the idiots have the upper hand and they don’t take the opportunity to vote off the obviously stronger player when they have the chance. It’s silly. That’s how I feel when I see Jimmie Johnson leading a race. It’s not as if everyone else behind him is a crap driver. I know this is a silly thing to think, because if the rest of the field could beat him they would have, but it’s still funny to think of it that way.
Still, congratulations to Ron Malec the No. 48 Lowe’s team.
So Kevin Harvick was pissed at Brian Vickers for holding him up and after the race he showed his displeasure by hitting the back of his car, prompting Vickers to spin out. That was the most perfect punting of another car that I’ve seen in quite some time. I loved it and every time they showed it it cracked me up.
Also, how ridiculously adorable is it when they show little Keelan Harvick sitting in his dad’s racecar before each race? He’s too cute! I love that he reaches for the wheel instinctively whenever he’s in the seat. It’s too much cuteness. I’ve decided I’m just going to have a baby on my own, right now, I don’t care. My ovaries are pissed I waited this long. (Calm down, I’m kidding, sort of.)