>Yes, but he needs to control it. Right now hes out of control and
>its hurting him big time.
2.) Harvick will eventually settle down, as Ernie Irvan did to a degree when he
3.) DE Jr. did the whole sit-on-the-bumper-while-laps-down thing to Busch last
year in New Hampshire (anyone seeing the MTV documentary would know this).
4.) Harvick has not spun anyone out intentionally on pit road yet, a la
AFAIK, he's not even been in a Cup accident this year.
> Yes, but he needs to control it. Right now hes out of control and
> its hurting him big time.
> >man that guy has the spirit of #3.
The only difference between sinners and saints is one is forgiven while the
other one ain't.
*To reply, pull your head out*
>A big part of his problem is thinking hes now too good for, or much
>better than, the Busch boys. Biff is showing him that hes not as
>good as he thinks. Unless he gets a serious attitude adjustment,
>he wont win another Cup race this year, he wont get rookie of the
>year, and he wont win the Busch series.
>I could like the guy again, but he has to get his head out of his
>***and focus on being a champion rather than acting like hes
>already won 7 titles. I see the wrong attitude in his face when he
>talks and in his driving on the track.
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