Rodimus Prime wrote:Yeah, Harvick can suck it. Ever since the 2007 Daytona 500 I've wanted him to wreck in every race. He's a bum. He got lucky in the last 2 races, but they were short tracks, so it happens. It's like with Talladega. Nothing matters until the last turn. But now we'll be getting back to some of the intermediate tracks where actual skill is still somewhat relevant, and we'll see if he cracks the top 10.
Dude, what is your problem with Harvick? Honestly, what has he done? I'm not trying to be rude or argumentive, but I just don't see where your anger comes from. It just sounds like your coming up with excuses to diss him. I used to say that stuff about Kyle Busch but I got over it becuase the guy has talent (yeah, deal wit it folks). Yeah, he passed Mark Martin for the win in '07 who hasn't won a 500 yet, but he didn't shove him out of the way to do it. And was it just pure luck he finished second in the standings last year? It's just luck that he's won two races in a row at two totally different tracks? It's just luck that he's on the top three list of most wins in Nationwide history? It's just luck that he wins nearly every truck race he enters? It's just luck that he ends up somewhere in the front at the end of restrictor plate races?
In that case:
Jimmie Johnson's 5 consecutive championships were just pure luck (arguable)
Jeff Gordon's 80+ wins and four championships were just pure luck
Richard Petty's 200 wins and seven championships were just pure luck
Dale Earnhardt's seven championships were just pure luck
Kyle Busch's dominance in all three divisions is just pure luck
Trevor Bayne's cinderella story was just pure luck (widely argued also)
Ricky Craven's win at Darlington in '03 was just pure luck
Cale Yarborough's three consecutive championships were just pure luck