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Wondering… Wandering: Part III

Editor’s Note: What follows is Frontstretch‘s newest weekly column, appearing at first as a three-part series and written by none other than Thompson in Turn 5‘s Tommy Thompson. Please comment below and let us know what you think… expect this to become a regular staple on Frontstretch on Fridays next year!

It’s been said that “the mind is a beautiful thing.”Whoever coined that phrase never took a stroll through my mind when it starts wandering, though. Beautiful would hardly describe the thoughts that muddle my, for the most part, lucid thought process.

I am constantly purging my brain of this ridiculous (or is it?) NASCAR refuse, and I am more than willing to share it with you, the reader.

1. Do ex-Cup drivers really go to the Craftsman Truck Series to die?

2. Seriously… how does a driver hold his “water” for so many hours in those racecars?

3. If Mojo, Tony Stewart‘s pet monkey, is as bummed as his fans that he didn’t make the Chase after all the success he’s had?

4. Why is Greg Biffle‘s dog of choice those bug-eyed boxers?

5. Would Richard Simmons have to be medicated and institutionalized after a Wally’s World ride-a-long segment?

6. Who is Brooke Gordon’s “favorite driver” now?

7. What color should the “move over, your teammate wants by” flag be, and when will the flagman start carrying one?

8. Why won’t teams hire cheerleaders for pit road?

9. Do the Chase contenders ever point and laugh at the other 33 drivers?

10. Has Robert Yates considered signing Dave Marcis to drive the No. 88?

11. Did someone tell Stewart that a three-day stubble makes him look thinner?

12. Shouldn’t there be a law requiring Sirius Satellite Radio to let us swap out our XM equipment at no charge next season?

13. Has Matt Kenseth ever asked Dale Earnhardt Jr. if he wanted to hold his championship trophy?

14. Is the NASCAR rulebook really an etch-a-sketch?

15. Do Chad Knaus and Todd Berrier cheat at poker?

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