Clint Bowyer

This week NASCAR rolls into the Midwest, Kansas in particular, for a Friday and Saturday night show.  This is the first scheduled night race of 2017.

 

Our Kansas Choices

 

As I alluded to in the title of this post, there are three drivers that share a pool of supporters that number three each for Kansas.

First on the list of those three drivers, alphabetically, is Clint Bowyer.  Rooting for Bowyer this week are Bobby Blue Crush, Cole The Redneck Understudy, as well as Linda The Cookie Mom. All three players have obviously seen the improvement in Bowyer’s performance since climbing into the cockpit of the Stewart-Haas Racing No. 14 Ford this year and are hoping that Bowyer can drive his hot rod into Victory Lane Saturday night.

The players that are putting it all on the line for Matt Kenseth this week includes Jerry The Buschwacker, Jeremy The Coach and the illustrious Leon The Retired Airline Captain, Former Strawberry Picker, Part-Time Cardiologist and Elephant Driver, as well as Your Most Humble Sheriff.  All three players are thinking that this is the race that Kenseth will emerge from a really average start to his 2017 season.

Meanwhile, a trio that is made up of Lonna The Quilt Angel, David The Mudslinging Throttle Jockey and Karen The Highly Opinionated Southern Belle think that “Young Money”, aka Kyle Larson will notch another victory on his Cup resume.

Additionally, there are three drivers that have two players each on their side at Kansas.

Leading off this group of drivers is Kurt Busch.  On the list of Busch’s supporters this week are Edie The Las Vegas Super Star and Kathy The Church Forecloser.

A&M Aggie Sue and Jim, aka Chiefy are banding together rooting for “Awesome Bill From Dawsonville’s” son, Chase Elliott.

Lastly, the list of players that are wearing their Kevin Harvick T-Shirts this weekend while they are glued to their TV sets Saturday night number Skid-Marc and Zee, aka Sissy.

Now our weekly math problems are as follows:

3+3+3+2+2+2=15  

That is the number of players who have banded together for six drivers.

The second math problem is somewhat more elementary.

 21-15=6

Six is the number of independent thinkers this week that are most definitely in bidnez for  themselves!

Good luck to all at Kansas.

Let’s all go to Kansas City, Kansas City here we come!

TIL NEXT TIME, PULL YOUR GLOVES UP, FLIP YOUR VISOR DOWN, AND LET’S GO RACIN’!

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