I didn't do any sort of recap, so, sorry if you're expecting one. A couple of items about the race. I have said that Wally and Kyle are the best analysts in racing, but they both took sizeable hits in my book this weekend. Was it just me, or did Wally seem positively gleeful about the thought of a Talladega-type wreck happening at the end of the race last night? The Talladega wreck was part exciting and part horrifying, but Wally seemed to want it recreated. He seemed to have no problem whatsoever with cars potentially going into the stands. I happen to think that Wally was clearly parroting the Nascar company line. They talk a good game about doing something to prevent another Talladega-type wreck from happening again, but it's nothing more than talk. The only thing that will ever change Nascar at Talladega and Daytona is when a car goes into the grandstands. I just hope I'm not at that particular race when it happens. Kyle Petty's hit came from parroting the Nascar company line and passing out kudos to Nascar about how they're standing up for their drug testing policy. The problem is that Nascar's drug testing policy is a joke. When a doctor from the WADA (see other thread) says that there are major problems, then you just look like a fool passing out kudos to them for a terrible policy. Kyle also gets a hit for supporting Crybaby Busch's act after the race. When things are going great for Crybaby, he's all smiles and more than happy to talk to the media. But, when things aren't going so well, he stomps off like a petulant child. Contrast Crybaby's post-race act with Carl Edwards after Talladega, when Carl, clearly disappointed in the finish, was a stand-up guy and talked to the media. Until further notice, the driver of the #18 Cup car will be referred to as Crybaby Busch by this poster.