It seems that with the passing of Dale Sr. the face of Nascar changed forever. No more bump drafting. No more nudging the guy in front of you out of the way. It seems that nowadays its more about the advertising and less about the actual racing. Dale was the very epitomy of the sport, he was among stock car racing's finest, And also the last to truly embrace it. We'll never see Cale Yarborough take the pole again, or get to see Jr. Johnson take the checkered flag. In my opinion, most of today's drivers are panty-waist sissy crybabies. It seems they are more concerned with signing a contract for a t.v. commercial on Monday than winning the race on Sunday. Or they cry because the other guy touched bumpers and got around them at the end of the straightaway.