The best and worst of the 2012 NASCAR season

On Thursday, the final lap of the Daytona 500 will air live on ABC as the winner of that race will win a brand-new Honda CBR600RR.

For the most part, though, the NASCAR race is not as dramatic as some other sporting events.

The first two laps of the NASCAR 400 on Friday are pretty standard NASCAR fare: a bunch of drivers trying to complete laps in the right order, a big pit stop and a short pit stop before the end of the race.

In between, drivers are allowed to run through a lot of caution flags, which are pretty much mandatory.

At the very end, though?

The race is completely out of the way.

The Daytona 500 was the most important race of the season so far.

There was no one-time winner in sight, no single champion, no podium for any of the contenders.

The race was about the most interesting thing that could happen in NASCAR in the coming weeks.

But it was also a major disappointment.

The most interesting aspect of the course, for me, was the way the drivers were going at the end.

It’s a race that’s usually a one-race event.

At Daytona, however, it’s a two-race race.

The drivers are racing for the championship, and they’re going to do it together.

At one point, there was a car going over the center line of the track, and I thought, “How can that happen?

It’s so close to the finish line.”

That’s what the drivers have done here, with the cars moving into each other on the final laps.

The track is designed to get you over the line in a very precise way.

And that’s the reason the cars are moving so slowly and the cars move so slowly.

It makes it so you don’t feel like you’re going the entire way.

At this point, I was pretty happy to have the car in the pits, to have it go over the wall.

It just kind of worked out that way.

It was the last lap of a long race.

I didn’t feel any pressure coming out of there.

I felt like we had a great race.

At times, it looked like there were a lot more drivers on the track.

At other times, I thought it was kind of a one track race.

There were some big turns.

And, of course, there were some very tricky corners.

The final lap was pretty flat, with very few bumps, but that’s what happens on a long oval track.

The only time you really get a lot out of this track is when the cars hit the wall at the last moment.

And there were too many of those.

At first, the Daytona was the kind of race where it seemed like you could do pretty well.

At least at this point in the season, you have to take your chances, because you’re competing against the field and trying to get into the championship.

But you don.t always get a chance.

That’s the story of the 500.

It didn’t really feel like a race.

It felt like a lot to watch.

NASCAR drivers are very competitive.

I’m sure that if you watch any race, it’ll be similar to the way you see NASCAR at Daytona.

The races are tight.

The cars are tight, and the drivers are competitive.

And the track is wide and the infield is very flat.

So I don’t think it really has much of a race-like feel to it.

But the track itself is really interesting, because it’s really wide.

It has a lot going on.

It also has a good number of turns, which is very different from other track types.

It does a lot with that narrow infield.

But in terms of the cars and the tires and the overall design, Daytona is pretty much like any other track in NASCAR.

It doesn’t have a lot in common with Daytona International Speedway.

Daytona is about as close to a NASCAR track as you can get.

The one thing that Daytona is not is as close as you could get to an Indy 500.

Indy is a track that’s really about the race itself.

The infield is narrow, but it has a really good number in it.

It looks very similar to Daytona.

Daytona also has the best track of any track in the United States.

The layout is a little bit more oval, which means there’s less track curvature and less corner speed.

But overall, Daytona feels very similar.

It feels like the Daytona 400.

It really is.

It comes out of a pretty big oval.

It can be really hard to follow the cars, and there’s a lot less of the sort of wide, fast turns that you see in Indy.

But if you really look at the race from the inside, it can really feel that way in a way that it just doesn’t feel very NASCAR.

There’s a big number of tight turns, lots of high speed corners, and that’s all the sort to say about Daytona.

It takes a lot for the