I'm afraid I don't have much for you about this race. I worked until midnight Saturday, which, since it was time change weekend, meant that I virtually worked until 1 am. By the time we got home from church, I was dragging, but tried to watch the race, but wound up sleeping most of the afternoon. But, I can give you what I have and everybody can fill in the blanks on what I missed. 1:18 PM 3/8/2009 Cool. Skipped all the pre-race nonsense and came in just in time for the final pit road reports. 2:16 PM 3/8/2009 That's going to be one unpopular crew member that went out and got the tire that caused the caution that put so many drivers a lap down. 2:25 PM 3/8/2009 This race is really boring. And this is where I fell asleep. I didn't fall asleep due to the race like I did so much last year. I deliberately sat in my blue chair, which is what my wife and I call the sleeping chair because it's sooo comfortable. 4:48 PM 3/8/2009 Took a much needed nap and came back with 38 laps to go and Kyle Busch leading. Oh, sorry, Kurt Busch is leading and goes on to win. Yeah, that's pretty much my recap. Not much to it this time. I do want to address this idea of Atlanta as the "new" Darlington. I guess I understand why they're saying that because of how it chews up tires, but Atlanta is not Darlington. It's not just the tire wear that makes Darlington what it is. It's also the fact that the shape of Darlington makes it tough to get around. Darlington has 2 different turns, but Atlanta doesn't have that. I think I might like Atlanta having the Labor Day race, if only because I think I'm going to it, but I'd still rather see the Southern 500 running again at Darlington on Labor Day. Killing the Southern 500 remains the dumbest thing that Nascar's ever done.