> After JG got taken out, it was just a matter of what Ford would win.
> Although he's not my favorite out there - he's about the only Chevy
> driver that can muster up any competition. You can argue till your
> face turns blue, but when JG has problems - the outcome is all but
> written in stone.
> OK, I know it was just another "rubbin" incident - and it's just the
> way NASCAR racin' goes. It's just damn disappointing watching a race
> to see (insert any Ford driver here) will win and how few Chevys will
> be in the top 5. This ain't parity - it's a farce. Regardless of the
> opinions about who has the better car/racing teams - bottom line is
> that besides one driver - Chevy comes up suckin' up the rear, race
> after race.
> Am I a Chevy fan? You bet! But the handwrightings on the wall and
> being a good sport - you just can't overlook the talent of Ford teams
> this year. They *are* pretty much unstopable and drivers like DJ, MM,
> IE, JB and the like are some of the best. My hats off to 'em.
> However, to overlook the domination of these teams and *not* see what
> has happened in the past by rulings of NASCAR is not a wise thing
> indeed. To all the other Chevy fans, I say just wait and be patient.
> Let the Ford boys have they're day in the sun and wish them well. The
> pendilum will start swingin' the other way soon (and history tells us
> that it will be NASCAR yanking the rope). 97s just a bad year for the
> bowtie boys - we'll get our's soon enough.
Chevy will get a horsepower boost with the SB2 heads and then there will be parity. In fairness though, it
seems to be only the Roush and Yates teams that have the clear advantage, the other Fords are about where the
Hendricks, Childress teams are.