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We are all watching the same race - just through the eyes of our own personal biases, LOL - we will see the same race, but we will see it differently to some extent....whenever anyone says, "If you look at it objectively", I think, - okay, that means, "I will now attempt to convince you that my personal biases are the logical, rational ones"....no human being can ever be TRULY Objective, because human nature is subjective - tho' some are better at it than others, perhaps....
I have watched replay after replay...
Still cannot find the angle that shows Gordon with a cut down tire before the crash. Have seen the good racing between Jimmie and Brad at Texas many times though. Lot more than a tap happened there... The difference? True Champions, plain and simple...
- 2 Replies to Da Goat®
I've tried to make the point Jeff took himself out, many times. He never would have caught Clint if he had a tire going down. It didn't go down till he cut it on Clints right rear quarter panel.
i watched it again it dont look like he cut tire just lost too much momentum to catch him in 3 laps.unexcusable but dont hang the guy.
jeff being the great legend he is is probably tore up over all this.i bet he wont EVER do it again.im not even a gordon fan but i am a fan of legends in the sport that has done what he has done.he is going to be the next old timer to leave,mostly because i think mark martin will drive well into his 70's like morgan shepard,it will be hard to get use to it too.he has been in the spor since i started watching and this is the only time in all them years ive seen him do something like this.
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