Monday, April 7, 2008


I am (as you could probably tell) a Tony Stewart fan, I am a NASCAR fan, I love the entire race day feeling. That being said I am not

  • A manufacturer fan
  • A conspiracy theorist
  • A drama fan

Jack Rousch is a great showman, a shrewd businessman, and a connesuer of talented drivers. His personal history is as great as the sport itself. He is however a drama queen and an ass.  And he is (in my opinion) all three of the above stated things that I am not.

When JGR went over to Toyota I wasn't going to throw away my favorite driver and team because of the change in a manufacturer, this is America and what makes us great is the fact that ANYBODY has a chance at making it to the top of their endeavors.

For Rousch to piss all over Toyota before they even had a competitive team in the sport was classless and abhorrent.

For him to intimate that the incident happened this year when Toyota has been a bit more competitive and has fielded more teams , casting doubts on other teams success before acknowledging that the incident happened last year when there were only 2 Toyota teams is dirty pool .

I am not a fan of either Robby Gordon or Mike Waltrip Racing but both guys and their teams have reacted well above board while being in the sights of Mr. Rousch.

For Rousch to allege theft of a part is not in itself a bad thing. If you can prove someone intentionally intended to deprive you of something that is yours forever then you would be a putz if you were not mad. 

If you cannot prove that someone STOLE the item in question (it has been said that the post race tear down process is flawed and many times parts have been deposited in the wrong piles after inspection) If this was the case then there is no case, (and NASCAR needs to monitor this process more closely) and if the part was returned to you after the team allegedly found the mistake as has been reported then again there is no case.


Theft of intellectual property is in and of itself an unenforceable rule in NASCAR. Be it by "finding another teams part in your pile or be it firing or letting an employee go and expecting them to "forget" everything that they learned while in your employment. Are you kidding me???

NASCAR knows it and basically told Jack Rousch that and now Jack Rousch wants to take a page out of Al Gores green notebook and is mulling over a possible lawsuit. I hope that if he does, NASCAR dusts off the statute of "conduct detrimental to stock car racing" and uses it in this case.

Sunday, March 30, 2008


I love this video.....

Wednesday, March 19, 2008


Tony Stewart has proven that not only would he give you the shirt off his back, he'll give you the hair off of it too.
Operation Wax Smoke was a huge success, raising over $125,000 for the Victory Junction Gang Camp. DeLana & Kevin Harvick, and national motorsports correspondent Ford Martin joined Tony and Matt Yocum at an "undisclosed location" for a rip-roaring good time. There was no shortage of donations to hear Tony suffer throught the pain and indignity of having his famously-furry back waxed live on the air. It remains to be seen if the procedure will improve race times for the sleeker and more-aero Smoke.
Monday, March 17 Guests: Kevin & DeLana Harvick, Kyle Petty, Joe Gibbs, J.D. Gibbs, Ford Martin & others.

Where did they wax for donations from JD Gibbs & Jimmie Johnson?
Listen to pull-by-pull analysis of Operation Wax Smoke
Tony’s back wax Montage: Listen at your own risk!
Hear more audio from Tony's show on
Tony Stewart Live
Email Tony & Matt Yocum at or call the guys at 866-PIT-LANE.

Sunday, February 17, 2008


This first blog post is being written exactly an hour before the 50th running of the Daytona 500. I figured it is an appropriate place to start this blog journey. For those of you that know me from the Enforcers Roll Call Notebook, this is my new sports blog. For those of you who are new, welcome and to all of you please visit and let me know what you think.

Ohhh yeah and before I forget. Go Tony Stewart!!!!!!!