April 11, 2021

by a NASCAR fanatic - not affiliated with NASCAR

COMMENTATOR 1: –by trying to take the lead there.


COMMENTATOR 1: Crash on the back straightaway.

COMMENTATOR 2: Keselowski tried to jam it in there and bump draft–

COMMENTATOR 3: They’re wrecking.

COMMENTATOR 2: –and pays the price.

COMMENTATOR 3: That’s a good race car that just got torn up.

COMMENTATOR 2: I say jammed in there. The hole closed right up on Brad.

COMMENTATOR 1: Yeah, I mean I couldn’t tell if he was trying to come up or if the 1 car, McMurray, just forced the issue.

COMMENTATOR 3: That’s what I say, Paul.

COMMENTATOR 2: Jamie McMurray just closed that hole right up.

COMMENTATOR 1: That’s absolutely the last thing you want to have happen in this duel. Especially when you have a car as good as Brad Keselowski’s.


COMMENTATOR 1: And here comes McMurray coming to the rear bumper. It looks like the 2 actually moves down a little bit for a split second, then thinks twice about it. But McMurray was there by then.

COMMENTATOR 2: Now you’ll see that close up from the Goodyear blimp.

COMMENTATOR 1: So great run here by McMurray. Now Keselowski’s trying to figure out what to do with it. He almost out about going to the 12, but he comes back up and McMurray filled that space and nowhere to go but in the wall.

COMMENTATOR 3: Wow. That’s a shame because that 2 is a great car. And now they’ve got to go to a backup.

COMMENTATOR 1: I was so surprised to see Blaney make that move with three to go, on his teammate Logano. Yeah you could see as he starts to come up they hooked a little bit and it made it even look worse, as Keselowski turned into the outside wall.

COMMENTATOR 3: Well we saw Blaney do this very same thing in the Clash.