I don't have the kind of full report I usually do. Since I didn't take any notes, I didn't pay attention to the race as close as I normally do. I'll try to remember a few things about the race. The race itself was good, I guess. I missed about 60 laps or so from a really nice nap, but it seemed like there was some pretty decent racing. Dale Jarrett has quickly become the 2nd best analyst behind Kyle Petty. DJ may surpass Kyle by the time the season is over. Rusty Wallace is pretty good in his current role. If he doesn't feel like he has to talk all the time, he's much better. I did catch early on when Rusty went on and on about something that Jarrett said, "The race has restarted" and ESPN just barely caught them crossing the S/F line. Subtle little comment that Rusty was talking too much. Nicely done by DJ. That's the kind of thing his father would do in the same situation. Brad Daugherty is completely worthless as a Nascar analyst. I saw a little bit of pre-race and he was talking about how the drivers are "up on the wheel", his favorite phrase from the Fox team, and how they never relax at Pocono. Thanks for that worthless insight, Brad, but they don't relax at any track. Did anybody else notice that neither Andy Petree, nor Dale Jarrett, actually said anything to Brad? They did talk to Rusty and ask him things, but they didn't talk to Brad at all. I'm just going to assume that they think he has nothing of value to add. I'm thinking of starting a firebraddaugherty.com website.