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For Jamie McMurray and the 500, This Is Why They Race and Why We Watch

Thank you Jamie, and thank you to everyone at Earnhardt-Ganassi from the lowliest floor sweeper to the owners themselves. Tell me that this year's Daytona 500 didn't have a better ending than those in recent history. Last year not only was the race cut short due to rain, but when a costly pit strategy cost Elliot Sadler and all of his three career wins, a chance at NASCAR's biggest prize and a similar feel good story, that honor instead went to a tired, old, monotone driver in one Matt Kenseth, who is so 2003. I've been saying for years that he (Kenseth) and Ms. Knaus, aka. Jimmie Johnson, ought to pool their career winnings together and form "Monotone Motorsports" since that is how each vanilla driver gives their boring interviews. Or pe...

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