After Homestead

Discussion in 'NASCAR' started by CountessBathory, Nov 6, 2008.

  1. At what point do you start going through "Nascar Withdrawl"? I would say about January. I have football and my Isles on, but by that time I want to see something making a left turn at least once on a track and stop envisioning an ice rink as a really small Bristol.
     
  2. antsie

    antsie Well-Known Member

    Mine starts the very next weekend
     
  3. I was like that a couple of seasons ago, but I need that break. I need it to become like a new toy at Christmas again by Feb. By 2nd Pocono, I am usually getting bored and want Hockey season but the Redsox are on so it is a plus. I get re-energized Chase time though.
     
  4. Snoozer

    Snoozer Well-Known Member

    Me too. The girlfriend likes the break though.;)
     
  5. antsie

    antsie Well-Known Member

    I have the Avs, Rockies and Broncos, which I've lost interest in. So....NASCAR is all I have !!!!
     
  6. dpkimmel2001

    dpkimmel2001 Well-Known Member

    Definitely the next weekend! The only thing left after that is the banquet. Then there's the long wait until they finally get on the track @ Daytona for their first tests of the year.
     
  7. 292Day

    292Day New Member

    I'll wear out DVD's of this years races by christmas.
     
  8. I think it will start earlier this year. Between here and ch 128 its going to get me really in withdrawl.
     
  9. riskybzns

    riskybzns Well-Known Member

    i'll finish up watchin college football and pick up watchin college basketball until daytona. i know moody and the other announcers say not to rush it because they need a little vacation. if it wasn't for my age and having a young daughter, i'd love to be with a nascar team. i'm single, have welding skills and pretty sure i could man handle a gas can. lol
     
  10. down4six

    down4six Well-Known Member

    I'm actually getting into the Avs again, even though they are pretty average this year. The only reason I care about the Donkeys is because it's fun to make fun of the fans at work, I can't wait for Cutler to jump ship. And I equate watching Baseball to watching paint dry or a good way to lull yourself to sleep.

    As for NASCAR, I seem to like a break, it makes the new season more exciting seeing the new teams and how they perform.
     
  11. flamer

    flamer New Member

    I miss it now. Come on JJ have a bad race and give us something to watch @ homestead.
     
  12. Easy Money

    Easy Money Active Member

    Its too long as it is. The team members put in a lot more time for a lot less money than the drivers do. It should be 30 races per year and the top ten in the chase. 12 sucks!:mad:
     
  13. semipenguin

    semipenguin Bum Looker

    Football usually carries me through until testing at Daytona...:)
     
  14. mghtx

    mghtx 2000 Man

    I also think it's too long as it is. It should wrap up not long after football starts.

    I miss football a LOT more when it's done then I do nascar. And it used to be the other way around. I tell ya, the last 10 yrs have seen my interest in nascar drop WAY down. These bozo's running nascar ought to get a grip REAL SOON.
     
  15. Football is just symbolic..think fall to winter...the leaves falling to snow...warm apple cider made with cider ale and a fireplace roaring. That is what will carry me over. I think after this seasons point debacle and just being fustrated with JJ and Cheatin; Chad is enough to put me over till Daytona.
     
  16. mghtx

    mghtx 2000 Man

    I'm waiting for Moody and the Q to do what they did last off season. The countdown.

    Moody: Welcome to sirius speedway where it is JUST......

    Q: 51 days....

    Moody: ....Until the Daytona 500.

    Oh and last year the Morning Drive had some knock down funny stuff during the off season.
     
  17. Thank the good lord for Sirius Nascar Radio, even when they are not talking racing, it is funny and VERY entertaining.
     
  18. antsie

    antsie Well-Known Member


    I totally agree!!!
     
  19. I know, what are our boys going to talk about for the offseason?
     

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