NASCAR Twitter Call

twitter_large The final race of the 2010 NASCAR season takes place Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. I'm hoping for a great battle between the top 3 contenders for the Sprint Cup.  Kasey Kahne will start on the pole with Carl Edwards starting P2. I think  AJDinger summed up this weekend perfectly. AJDinger There seems to be a very strong "last day of school" vibe this weekend. Lol. kaseykahne  great job by the red bull guys. cars fast! dennyhamlin Nothing like a challenge. I sure don't make my job any easier that's for sure jpmontoya Think we have a good race car for tomorrow. And we think we know what happen yesterday. Should be fun passing all those cars. MCraftonracing Season is over now I'm ready for some vacation. Now we will make next year better. mw55 I texted jimmie and denny and asked them how they were feeling this morning, they didn't answer. I dont have kevins phone #. anyone? KevinHarvick Has been a good weekend so far. Learned a few things in nw race that will help tomorrow. Car is really good should be a fun day. Enjoy the race.

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