As I was saying, this is the best time of the year for sport.
I’ve been watching the NASCAR qualifying and the heat races. And, of course, the lame story of domestic abuse:
Which I’m not certain, makes a hell of a difference to Mr. Busch. Just watching his public face seems to tell me that. Maybe later, after the race, after the full impact of waking and knowing he isn’t needed at the races – or perhaps when he needs to pay the IRS with limited deductions and income.
Speaking of money. Up to Friday morning they had deleted twenty-eight cars from the inventory. That was using the new qualifying formats.
Now I don’t know if the car engines are figured in the cost of those cars or not – but I’ve heard the announcers say the engines are generally worth $300, 000 and the cars generally go at $120, 000, up, if built from scratch, which the Daytona 500 deserves and get. Scratch built.
A little math and one wonders if the advertising of sponsoring one of those beasties is really worth the cash.
Of course, other companies give an equivalent amount to political candidates with equivalent results at times.
From the reaches,