Live blogging throughout the race.
Walmart commercial $250 billion dollars to be invested in America. None of the manufacturing processes shown are sold at Walmart.
Two by two, row by row driver introductions = side by side driving without racing. Plenty of former winners. GO TONY ~ Take the #14 to Victory Lane.
200 laps, 43 cars, one parking spot.
Be back in a moment, time for some tailgating snacks.
Seven rookies & Jimmy Johnson looking for his Se7en’th championship.
DW, ‘don’t beat yourself’
The backstretch stands are nearly full!
Let’s Go Racing Boys!
Bets on the first caution, 5, 10 & 15.
The 3 is back in the capable hands of Austin Dillion, will his feet fit in the footprints of history?
No rain for at least an hour?!?!
No caution after car scuffs the wall. One laggard pack.
Great Coke commercial Danica. One long line of racing.
Rookie caution at lap 23~#42, Juan Pablo Montoya’s former ride. Where is Montoya now? Remember when he hit the track dryer vehicle under caution?
most of the field to pit. At least one pointing the wrong way.
Three wide after the restart.
The 18′ paint scheme looks like Ricky Bobby’s, from Talledega Nights, cougar.
Caution for Truex’s blown engine, fluid in the drive lane More pit stopping. Some bad manners on pit road.
Budweiser #Salute A Hero. Thank you but I have a Grittys Growler.
Kyle Bush making bad’ugly & stupid faces in his NASCAR on Fox commercial.
Here comes the rain delay~Red Flagged. Great Mountain Dew #88 Duck Call. Time to take a walk.
1502. Back from walk, track is still wet.