In the first Nasscar race of the season only eight cars finished out of a field of 25 due to multiple accidents. The race employed new 'overtime' rules and during that overtime session was that last six car pile up triggering yellows. Denny Hamlin got the win.
I teach everything. I use it as a teaching point. 'We all get things wrong and it's ok' . The kids I teach are just learning phonics, so doesn't matter if they don't actually spell it right, so long as they've used a correct phoneme and it's able to be read by another person. I fit perfectly with that stage.
Ps. I do ensure signs, labels , comments etc are spelt correctly. But hey, what's most important in today's world? What a child has to say? How creative he/ she is? How much s/he challenges convention? Or whether s/he spells it right? We have spell checkers now.
Oval racing sucks, I only watch NASCAR for the crashes, To quote The Simpsons "c'mon, somebody crash"
Nascar needs more proper racing circuits (left and right turns) and it would be a big improvment, to only have 2 road course races season at Watkins Glen and Infenion is a joke.
Yep agreed, they have very powerful and bulky cars which are a challenge in itself. If only they had real circuits I might actually follow the series a bit. V8 Supercars has the right idea, brilliant racing all round....it's an advantage closed wheel racing can give us, full contact racing.
The last year McLaren won a race they still had Lewis Frikkin Hamilton. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯