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P's and Q's = Practice(s) and Qualifying. If you can't watch them, or DVR them, at least take a few minutes to check out Practice speed / time stats on sites such as NASCAR's or Jayski's
For me, in my drinking days, I had to watch my Pints and Quarts LOL. Now I still do, but I don't drink very often.
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Well, I've got to go get loaded...
No, not that kind of loaded, get your minds outta da gutter.
Am on the road the next couple of days, should be back on Wednesday. But I'll check in around here again in a couple few hours.
Hope to see more of you around here Triez. There are some good people and a lot of good info and tips to be gleaned. Good luck to you next week if I don't see ya around.
My condolences Triez. I know Blaney was mentioned around here at least twice, and that Raines was mentioned in that he was qualifying the 36. Guess it just goes to show we can't please everyone.
I, as well as several others, try to put a heads up out here on the MB. However, we can't get them all, and as players, it is our individual responsibility IMSO to pay attention to our own picks and to do our own research on our picks.
Blaney is only listed on the Entry List as Q'ing the 22. Raines has been listed since 9/19/12 as being the driver of the 36.
Again, my condolences.
The heads-up was here in 7 different threads. It was explained in detail, Blaney would practice and qualify the 22, and any Q points would be his - Tony Raines would race the 36, and Dave would get no racing points.
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