Communicating with, to or about the people you care about can be a wonderful way to reduce stress and increase your energy level. Practice personal empowerment today . Relieve some of your by communicating your deep feelings.. Positive action allows you to touch the lives of others in beneficial and nurturing ways because your aspirations act as an extension of your spirit. The meaning lies not in what you do, but in the positive outcome that results from it.
Vote for Tony Stewart today. Positive action makes for positive results.
You can also make a difference in the world by supporting JGR: Vote J.J. or Denny Into the All-Star Race
You have the chance to vote J.J. Yeley or Denny Hamlin ( **news flash today: he got an owweee** ) into the NEXTEL All-Star Challenge by Clicking Here! The All-Star Challenge takes place at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday, May 20 at 7:00 P.M. EST on FOX. You may vote as many times as you like, so make sure to vote for both J.J. & Denny!
On a not so positive note:
The crew chiefs for the No. 33 Chevrolet driven by Tony Stewart and the No. 77 Chevrolet driven by Burney Lamar were both fined and placed on probation.(** for violating Sections 12-4-A and 12-4-Q, car, car parts, components and/or equipment used that do not conform to NASCAR rules: Section 20A-3.1.2: the forward facing flange of the rear spoiler did not maintain the specified thickness ) Stewart and Lamar will each lose 25 NASCAR Busch Series driver points.
Shane Wilson, crew chief for the No. 21 Chevrolet driven by Kevin Harvick, was fined $10,000 and placed on probation until December 31, 2006 (for violation of Sections 12-4-A and 12-4-Q, Section 20-A-12.8.1E: rear quarter panel height did not meet the required specification – too low in post-race inspection.)
Harvick was penalized 25 driver points and Richard Childress lost 25 owner points due to the infractions.Team owner DeLana Harvick will forfeit a total of 50 NASCAR Busch Series owner points, 25 points for each driver.
Read more here.
Rusty Wallace speaks… on Jeff Gordon:
“I don’t think Jeff is as focused right now as he’s been in the past,” Wallace, an ESPN analyst and 1989 series champ, told the paper. “I think he’s got a lot of other things going on that are a lot of fun to him, a lot of vacationing, a lot of cool places that he’s been to around the world, and he’s really enjoying himself. These race cars take 100 percent of your concentration.”
Jeff Gordon’s response?
“Rusty doesn’t really know where I go on vacation, what I do,” Gordon said. “I laugh because a lot of people could have said [about] him, ‘Well, had he stopped being the crew chief and the driver years ago, he may have won more races and championships.”
Read the entire article…
USATODAY’s Zack Albert has a great take on Richmond, just for you Fantasy Race Team Owners. As for me and my Fantasy Team’s? Well …
The ‘scope’s speak for themselves. I am doing very well, thank you very much for asking.