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Iowa Observations

First and foremost, Honda is leaving a couple of horses in the barn. They really need to show up in Pocono! Drive of the day - Hinchcliff was dominate, but what Ryan Hunter Reay did was special...Going from last on the lead lap to second (He did create his own mess). Tony Kanaan, kudos to you too! Graham Rahal showed up and at times, looked to have a real chance in getting up front. It looked like he was loosing grip at the end. Are we seeing more pit stops with errors or is it just me? Note to NASCAR: People get up during commercials to go to the bathroom - If you go side-by-side, people will pay attention to the sponsors (and go to the bathroom). It also prevents you doing the DVR and editing out the commercials. Did I mention that most of your races are too long (500 miles on a short track...please)? Can't wait to see Pocono. I once drove a f2000 car in one of the inside road courses and it was a blast emptying out into turn one on the banking. Love driving on a banked track! If you get a chance - Check out the photo on Mario's twitter account. You could place several captions under the photo. I do like Mario's reference to the guys showing up at his house hungry...

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