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After The Race, They’re Hitting The Half-Pipe

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A few years ago, NASCAR mandated a helmet law — every pit crewman who goes over the wall needs a brain bucket. Trouble is, everyone’s favorite governing body didn’t say what kind of helmet. Just, “wear a helmet.”

Kevin Harvick’s team is currently sporting a BMX/skateboard-style lid. Interesting choice. I think I’d opt for something with a little more protection, though. Something like this, maybe (I’d keep the shark, of course). This would be good, though I worry about visibility, and I think some of the Giants wore this one last year. And let’s not even get into this one.

Ultimately, though, all of the helmets in the world won’t help if Danica Patrick decides to take you out at the knees. Easy joke? Sure. But it’s Sunday morning. And that’s how things are sometimes.

Be nice to your moms today — and wear pink from head to toe! — Bryan

 

65 comments to After The Race, They’re Hitting The Half-Pipe

  • Mike Engle | May 11, 2008 at 7:27 am |

    Help, please. Somebody ID this patch.

  • Paul Lukas | May 11, 2008 at 9:12 am |

    Negro Leagues 75th-anniversary patch, worn in 1995:
    http://farm4.static....

  • mike | May 11, 2008 at 9:13 am |

    Negro Leagues, 75th Anniversary

    http://cgi.ebay.com/...

  • Penn Stater01 | May 11, 2008 at 9:21 am |

    The pit crews could always wear this “easy to carry”
    model..http://www.helmethut...

  • SWW | May 11, 2008 at 9:21 am |

    Many team members wear Motocross style helmets as well.

    http://motorsport.co...

    http://motorsport.co...

    As you can see there, the NASCAR official wears an open faced, bike looking helmet, but it is in fact a hard shelled (read: same as a driver’s helmet or motorcycle helmet) style that was designed to accommodate the radio headsets. Teams that wear the closed face helmets wear earbud type headsets with microphones built into the chin bar.

    I can’t find a photo right now, but an F1 team within the last two years wore Stormtrooper helmets (I feel like it was Red Bull Racing).

  • Mike Edgerly | May 11, 2008 at 10:04 am |

    Chelsea are taking the field in their new kits today…Petr Cech is wearing Orange with a Black Helmet & Black socks… He looks like a pumpkin

  • Azul Army | May 11, 2008 at 10:08 am |

    If Grey Poupon ever sponsored a race team, maybe their more refined crew members could wear these helmets.

  • Shane | May 11, 2008 at 10:36 am |

    [quote comment=”268750″]Chelsea are taking the field in their new kits today…Petr Cech is wearing Orange with a Black Helmet & Black socks… He looks like a pumpkin[/quote]

    Why is he still wearing that helmet? Wasn’t it for an injury that happened like a year and a half ago?

  • Scott | May 11, 2008 at 10:47 am |

    I’m sure someone already found this, but I thought it was pretty cool.

  • Chris | May 11, 2008 at 10:56 am |

    Speaking of racing… anyone see the driver suit Marco Andretti had on? Its Indiana Jones Costume as a driver suit. Way over the top, but cool.

  • Mike Edgerly | May 11, 2008 at 11:04 am |

    [quote comment=”268758″][quote comment=”268750″]Chelsea are taking the field in their new kits today…Petr Cech is wearing Orange with a Black Helmet & Black socks… He looks like a pumpkin[/quote]

    Why is he still wearing that helmet? Wasn’t it for an injury that happened like a year and a half ago?[/quote]

    Cech wears the helmet to prevent a re-occurrence of a skull fracture. Not only that, he will probably always wear it considering he needed 50 stitches in a training collision recently.

    link http://ballhype.com/...

    What happened to the linking mechanism?

  • sbergus | May 11, 2008 at 11:17 am |

    Nice thought about the star Wars helmet, the McLaren F1 pit does something very similar
    here, and here

  • Aaron | May 11, 2008 at 11:43 am |

    its mothers day, so be ready to see those pink ribbons on mlb jerseys, pink wristbands, pink bats, etc. and im sure many minor league teams are going to have special jerseys today. hope everyone has a great sunday!

  • Matt Lesser | May 11, 2008 at 11:47 am |

    Check out this shot of Don Drysdale at the L.A. Coliseum
    http://sportsillustr...

  • Greg | May 11, 2008 at 12:23 pm |

    [quote comment=”268742″]Many team members wear Motocross style helmets as well.

    http://motorsport.co...

    http://motorsport.co...

    As you can see there, the NASCAR official wears an open faced, bike looking helmet, but it is in fact a hard shelled (read: same as a driver’s helmet or motorcycle helmet) style that was designed to accommodate the radio headsets. Teams that wear the closed face helmets wear earbud type headsets with microphones built into the chin bar.

    I can’t find a photo right now, but an F1 team within the last two years wore Stormtrooper helmets (I feel like it was Red Bull Racing).[/quote]

    Found the picture, this was my first thought as well when I saw the update today:

    http://img222.images...

  • odessa steps magazin | May 11, 2008 at 12:42 pm |

    [quote comment=”268758″][quote comment=”268750″]Chelsea are taking the field in their new kits today…Petr Cech is wearing Orange with a Black Helmet & Black socks… He looks like a pumpkin[/quote]

    Why is he still wearing that helmet? Wasn’t it for an injury that happened like a year and a half ago?[/quote]

    I’d keep wearing it too. John Olerud never stopped wearing his helmet. Don’t blame him either.

  • andy | May 11, 2008 at 1:16 pm |

    While everyone talks about Danica Patrick hitting a crewman, what about last week at Kansas when Marty Roth hit Thomas Schecter’s tire changer?

  • Graf Zeppelin | May 11, 2008 at 1:38 pm |

    Wright, Reyes, Perez and Delgado all showing some sock today. Blue sock. Nice.

    Reyes sporting pink shoelaces. Lots of pink armbands on both sides, including umpires. Some pink bats.

    Ex-Met Jeff Keppinger still an unconscious hit machine.

    Over-under on Perez meltdown: 3rd inning.

  • Paulio | May 11, 2008 at 1:39 pm |

    Anyone who has watched SportsCenter in the past year has heard of Danica Patrick. I’m guessing that 95% of folks would think that Marty Roth is the guy that made the Hostel movies.

  • Stevo | May 11, 2008 at 1:54 pm |

    To be fair to Danica, the pit crew member who got hit admitted that it was his own damn fault for walking in front of a car on a hot pit road.

    Also, the “Helmets on pit road” rule came to be after someone’s head actually got ran over by a car. The lids aren’t so much for facial protection as they are for cranial, and in that regard they are perfect.

  • Brian Erni | May 11, 2008 at 1:59 pm |

    Graf,

    You beat me to Jose’s pink shoelaces. Carlos Beltran is rocking a pink titanium necklace.

  • Stevo | May 11, 2008 at 2:00 pm |

    [quote comment=”268797″]While everyone talks about Danica Patrick hitting a crewman, what about last week at Kansas when Marty Roth hit Thomas Schecter’s tire changer?[/quote]

    Because a) it’s Danica and b) it’s Indianapolis.

  • KW | May 11, 2008 at 2:01 pm |

    does anyone have any shots of the reyes shoes…are the laces just pink?

  • Joe | May 11, 2008 at 2:16 pm |

    In addition to a pink bat, pink ribbon, and pink wristbands, it appears the Rays’ Aki Iwamura is wearing some sort of pink necklace.

  • Joe | May 11, 2008 at 2:27 pm |

    [quote comment=”268814″]In addition to a pink bat, pink ribbon, and pink wristbands, it appears the Rays’ Aki Iwamura is wearing some sort of pink necklace.[/quote]

    OK, now it looks like players on both the Rays and Angels wearing this pink necklace thing. Anyone know what this is?

  • LI Phil | May 11, 2008 at 2:35 pm |

    who’s that team @ shea today wearing the pinstripes?

    happy day to all you mothers out there

  • SWW | May 11, 2008 at 2:37 pm |

    [quote comment=”268807″]Also, the “Helmets on pit road” rule came to be after someone’s head actually got ran over by a car. The lids aren’t so much for facial protection as they are for cranial, and in that regard they are perfect.[/quote]

    Not quite, at least not in NASCAR. He got hit and thrown against the inside pit wall (separating the work area from the equipment area). It is possible that is the reasoning in Formula 1 or IndyCar, but I have not heard of an incident like that. Crew members also have to wear fire suits as well, due to numerous fires that have occurred during pit stops over the years.

    I am happy today’s post was right in my wheelhouse.

  • ChrismM70 | May 11, 2008 at 2:37 pm |

    The Royals are wearing their powder blue shirts with pink Mother’s day accessories.

    They aren’t playing baseball – they’re having a baby shower! :)

  • Graf Zeppelin | May 11, 2008 at 2:37 pm |

    Too good not to share:

    During the break between the 4th and 5th innings at Shea (Reds at Mets), there was a marriage proposal on the scoreboard. The next half-inning, by sheer coincidence, the Reds Radio Network (700 WLW) played one of those Bud Light “Real Men of Genius” commercials:

    “We salute you, Mr. Stadium Scoreboard Proposal Guy!”

  • LI Phil | May 11, 2008 at 2:44 pm |

    [quote comment=”268823″]Too good not to share:

    During the break between the 4th and 5th innings at Shea (Reds at Mets), there was a marriage proposal on the scoreboard. The next half-inning, by sheer coincidence, the Reds Radio Network (700 WLW) played one of those Bud Light “Real Men of Genius” commercials:

    “We salute you, Mr. Stadium Scoreboard Proposal Guy!”[/quote]

    proposing to your future wife @ shea on mom’s day…

    yeah, she’s a keeper…

    /i wonder if she’s got a sister

  • Stevo | May 11, 2008 at 2:47 pm |

    [quote comment=”268821″][quote comment=”268807″]Also, the “Helmets on pit road” rule came to be after someone’s head actually got ran over by a car. The lids aren’t so much for facial protection as they are for cranial, and in that regard they are perfect.[/quote]

    Not quite, at least not in NASCAR. He got hit and thrown against the inside pit wall (separating the work area from the equipment area). It is possible that is the reasoning in Formula 1 or IndyCar, but I have not heard of an incident like that. Crew members also have to wear fire suits as well, due to numerous fires that have occurred during pit stops over the years.

    I am happy today’s post was right in my wheelhouse.[/quote]

    Not only do crew members have to wear firesuits, but NASCAR officials do too. Back in the day they wore those fashionable polyester red shirts, with the stadium jackets if it was cold enough. Now they all wear firesuits, gloves, and helmets. I also know that IndyCar rules require everyone within the “hot pit” area during a race (Crew, officials, and reporters) to wear the suits.

  • Stevo | May 11, 2008 at 2:49 pm |

    [quote comment=”268823″]Too good not to share:

    During the break between the 4th and 5th innings at Shea (Reds at Mets), there was a marriage proposal on the scoreboard. The next half-inning, by sheer coincidence, the Reds Radio Network (700 WLW) played one of those Bud Light “Real Men of Genius” commercials:

    “We salute you, Mr. Stadium Scoreboard Proposal Guy!”[/quote]

    Don’t be so sure about that “sheer coincidence” thing. I’m willing to bet that the producer back in Cincy heard what was going on during the break and dropped the spot in to go along with it.

  • LI Phil | May 11, 2008 at 2:59 pm |

    real board-op men of coincidence

    or genius

  • Graf Zeppelin | May 11, 2008 at 3:01 pm |

    [quote comment=”268828″][quote comment=”268823″]Too good not to share:

    During the break between the 4th and 5th innings at Shea (Reds at Mets), there was a marriage proposal on the scoreboard. The next half-inning, by sheer coincidence, the Reds Radio Network (700 WLW) played one of those Bud Light “Real Men of Genius” commercials:

    “We salute you, Mr. Stadium Scoreboard Proposal Guy!”[/quote]

    Don’t be so sure about that “sheer coincidence” thing. I’m willing to bet that the producer back in Cincy heard what was going on during the break and dropped the spot in to go along with it.[/quote]

    No way. Radio commercials are programmed well in advance. Studio ops get a continuity log for each broadcast, telling them exactly which spots to play and when.

  • Christopher | May 11, 2008 at 3:05 pm |

    [quote comment=\”268737\”]Negro Leagues 75th-anniversary patch, worn in 1995:
    http://farm4.static....

    Who was this worn by? MLB teams? All year?

    I\’m confused, but a bit too lazy to research :)

  • Stevo | May 11, 2008 at 3:08 pm |

    [quote comment=”268832″][quote comment=”268828″][quote comment=”268823″]Too good not to share:

    During the break between the 4th and 5th innings at Shea (Reds at Mets), there was a marriage proposal on the scoreboard. The next half-inning, by sheer coincidence, the Reds Radio Network (700 WLW) played one of those Bud Light “Real Men of Genius” commercials:

    “We salute you, Mr. Stadium Scoreboard Proposal Guy!”[/quote]

    Don’t be so sure about that “sheer coincidence” thing. I’m willing to bet that the producer back in Cincy heard what was going on during the break and dropped the spot in to go along with it.[/quote]

    No way. Radio commercials are programmed well in advance. Studio ops get a continuity log for each broadcast, telling them exactly which spots to play and when.[/quote]

    Not always. Sometimes they’re just given a list of spots and how many times to play them per game.

  • SWW | May 11, 2008 at 3:14 pm |

    [quote comment=”268827″][quote comment=”268821″][quote comment=”268807″]Also, the “Helmets on pit road” rule came to be after someone’s head actually got ran over by a car. The lids aren’t so much for facial protection as they are for cranial, and in that regard they are perfect.[/quote]

    Not quite, at least not in NASCAR. He got hit and thrown against the inside pit wall (separating the work area from the equipment area). It is possible that is the reasoning in Formula 1 or IndyCar, but I have not heard of an incident like that. Crew members also have to wear fire suits as well, due to numerous fires that have occurred during pit stops over the years.

    I am happy today’s post was right in my wheelhouse.[/quote]

    Not only do crew members have to wear firesuits, but NASCAR officials do too. Back in the day they wore those fashionable polyester red shirts, with the stadium jackets if it was cold enough. Now they all wear firesuits, gloves, and helmets. I also know that IndyCar rules require everyone within the “hot pit” area during a race (Crew, officials, and reporters) to wear the suits.[/quote]

    NASCAR rules state the same, sort of. Anyone on the vehicle side of pit wall must be in suit/helmet/gloves/fireproof steel toed shoes. On the equipment side, regular shirts, pants, and shoes (long pants and close-toed shoes) may be worn. I think F1 is the same as IndyCar is, but there are no reporters or fans down there during the event.

  • Graf Zeppelin | May 11, 2008 at 3:25 pm |

    [quote comment=”268836″][quote comment=”268832″][quote comment=”268828″][quote comment=”268823″]Too good not to share:

    During the break between the 4th and 5th innings at Shea (Reds at Mets), there was a marriage proposal on the scoreboard. The next half-inning, by sheer coincidence, the Reds Radio Network (700 WLW) played one of those Bud Light “Real Men of Genius” commercials:

    “We salute you, Mr. Stadium Scoreboard Proposal Guy!”[/quote]

    Don’t be so sure about that “sheer coincidence” thing. I’m willing to bet that the producer back in Cincy heard what was going on during the break and dropped the spot in to go along with it.[/quote]

    No way. Radio commercials are programmed well in advance. Studio ops get a continuity log for each broadcast, telling them exactly which spots to play and when.[/quote]

    Not always. Sometimes they’re just given a list of spots and how many times to play them per game.[/quote]

    Not at any of the radio stations or team broadcasts I’ve worked. Sports broadcasts in particular are carefully programmed; even pitching changes and extra innings have specific spots programmed even though they sometimes don’t get used. Board ops don’t get that kind of discretion where advertising dollars are involved.

    Regardless, a board op listening in cue would not be able to hear what was going out over the stadium P.A. during an inning break, unless the on-site engineer was sending him the P.A. feed; the crowd mic alone wouldn’t pick it up clearly.

  • Tom From Staten Island | May 11, 2008 at 3:30 pm |

    Jose Reyes has some pink in his shoes 2.
    and did any 1 notice the reds fistbase coach has a red helmet with black lid while the rest of the team has all red helmets. reds are rocking the all red helmets

  • Stevo | May 11, 2008 at 3:34 pm |

    [quote comment=”268840″][quote comment=”268836″][quote comment=”268832″][quote comment=”268828″][quote comment=”268823″]Too good not to share:

    During the break between the 4th and 5th innings at Shea (Reds at Mets), there was a marriage proposal on the scoreboard. The next half-inning, by sheer coincidence, the Reds Radio Network (700 WLW) played one of those Bud Light “Real Men of Genius” commercials:

    “We salute you, Mr. Stadium Scoreboard Proposal Guy!”[/quote]

    Don’t be so sure about that “sheer coincidence” thing. I’m willing to bet that the producer back in Cincy heard what was going on during the break and dropped the spot in to go along with it.[/quote]

    No way. Radio commercials are programmed well in advance. Studio ops get a continuity log for each broadcast, telling them exactly which spots to play and when.[/quote]

    Not always. Sometimes they’re just given a list of spots and how many times to play them per game.[/quote]

    Not at any of the radio stations or team broadcasts I’ve worked. Sports broadcasts in particular are carefully programmed; even pitching changes and extra innings have specific spots programmed even though they sometimes don’t get used. Board ops don’t get that kind of discretion where advertising dollars are involved.

    Regardless, a board op listening in cue would not be able to hear what was going out over the stadium P.A. during an inning break, unless the on-site engineer was sending him the P.A. feed; the crowd mic alone wouldn’t pick it up clearly.[/quote]

    You need to sit in with me during a game sometime. I can hear pitching changes, the 7th inning stretch, the Official Scorer, and most of the music being played.

  • Graf Zeppelin | May 11, 2008 at 3:44 pm |

    [quote comment=”268844″][quote comment=”268840″][quote comment=”268836″][quote comment=”268832″][quote comment=”268828″][quote comment=”268823″]Too good not to share:

    During the break between the 4th and 5th innings at Shea (Reds at Mets), there was a marriage proposal on the scoreboard. The next half-inning, by sheer coincidence, the Reds Radio Network (700 WLW) played one of those Bud Light “Real Men of Genius” commercials:

    “We salute you, Mr. Stadium Scoreboard Proposal Guy!”[/quote]

    Don’t be so sure about that “sheer coincidence” thing. I’m willing to bet that the producer back in Cincy heard what was going on during the break and dropped the spot in to go along with it.[/quote]

    No way. Radio commercials are programmed well in advance. Studio ops get a continuity log for each broadcast, telling them exactly which spots to play and when.[/quote]

    Not always. Sometimes they’re just given a list of spots and how many times to play them per game.[/quote]

    Not at any of the radio stations or team broadcasts I’ve worked. Sports broadcasts in particular are carefully programmed; even pitching changes and extra innings have specific spots programmed even though they sometimes don’t get used. Board ops don’t get that kind of discretion where advertising dollars are involved.

    Regardless, a board op listening in cue would not be able to hear what was going out over the stadium P.A. during an inning break, unless the on-site engineer was sending him the P.A. feed; the crowd mic alone wouldn’t pick it up clearly.[/quote]

    You need to sit in with me during a game sometime. I can hear pitching changes, the 7th inning stretch, the Official Scorer, and most of the music being played.[/quote]

    Wish I could, but I’m usually on the other end!! :-)

  • Adam | May 11, 2008 at 4:16 pm |

    White Sox game just started, and the leadoff hitter (Orlando Cabrera) is missing his pink ribbon patch, but other players have it. And lots of players have the standard pink accessories, but there’s also a few players with pink goatees.

  • Mike Engle | May 11, 2008 at 5:02 pm |

    [quote comment=”268822″]The Royals are wearing their powder blue shirts with pink Mother’s day accessories.

    They aren’t playing baseball – they’re having a baby shower! :)[/quote]
    I think that pastel-laden palette just gave Minna H. a nervous breakdown…

  • Benjamin Bonnet | May 11, 2008 at 6:08 pm |

    Lots of uniform commentary going on in the Mets game right now (top of the 4th). Those guys are so funny.

  • C.J. | May 11, 2008 at 6:36 pm |

    Montero (Diamondbacks catcher) sported pink/black shinguards and a pink/black chest protector today. Too much.

  • Casey (Davis, CA) | May 11, 2008 at 7:48 pm |
  • Giancarlo | May 11, 2008 at 8:10 pm |

    The New York Times discovers stirrups…

    http://www.nytimes.c...

    In the paper version, this story was right beside some photos of the rotting Tiger Stadium, which served to enhance the feeling of deja vu.

  • Jesse H. | May 11, 2008 at 8:24 pm |

    I’m watching the Twins game and Mike Lowell is wearing a guard on his left batting glove. It looks like a shinguard on his hand. And it looks like a lot of the players are wearing the same pink necklace…

  • Beans | May 11, 2008 at 9:15 pm |

    Not sure if he is already on the list of forward-brim catchers, but Kevin Cash with Boston is definitely one.

    http://cache.daylife...

  • LI Phil | May 11, 2008 at 10:17 pm |

    good thing sergio is sporting the 3 stripe belt buckle, because otherwise i’d never have known he has a adidas deal

    i especially like the back of his shirt…really completes the outfit

  • Robert | May 11, 2008 at 10:30 pm |

    Best pit crew helmet in the business, as a combination of form (look) and function (visibility and security): Scuderia Ferrari (Formula 1)

  • My Name is Not Earl | May 11, 2008 at 10:50 pm |

    Tennessee and Kentucky baseball teams: WHAT THE HELL are you doing? http://govolsxtra.co...

    I mean, come on: the black uniforms for Kentucky, the UT uniforms with the orange helmets and the number and logo on the wrong sides of the uniform . . . sheesh.

    For what it’s worth, UK swept UT in the series, with the Wildcats winning on Sunday 20-5.

  • LI Phil | May 11, 2008 at 10:53 pm |

    [quote comment=”268941″]Tennessee and Kentucky baseball teams: WHAT THE HELL are you doing? http://govolsxtra.co...

    I mean, come on: the black uniforms for Kentucky, the UT uniforms with the orange helmets and the number and logo on the wrong sides of the uniform . . . sheesh.

    For what it’s worth, UK swept UT in the series, with the Wildcats winning on Sunday 20-5.[/quote]

    vol rang up as $1.21 at teh register

  • Matt Lesser | May 11, 2008 at 11:00 pm |

    There’s a high school in Cincinnati that doesn’t have a softball team. There’s a chick that wanted to play softball, and couldn’t. Instead, she tried out for the baseball team and made it.

    If you want the article, go here
    http://news.enquirer...

    If you want to see the sweet socks worn by some of the guys on the team, go here (far left):
    http://news.enquirer...

  • Joey Guns | May 12, 2008 at 12:15 am |

    A pic of Reyes rocking the high socks and cleats with pink paneling and laces. He also had pink batting gloves….

    http://d.yimg.com/us...

  • Travis | May 12, 2008 at 2:33 am |

    those “pink neklace things” are actually the phiten sports necklaces. beltre had one on during the mariners pre game interviews.

  • Joey Guns | May 12, 2008 at 8:22 am |

    PRETTY IN PINK: Most players on both teams used pink bats and donned pink wristbands as part of MLB’s breast-cancer awareness program on Mother’s Day.

    Castillo, Jose Reyes and Cincinnati star Ken Griffey Jr. also wore black spikes with pink trim and pink shoelaces. Reyes initially said he and Castillo weren’t going to wear them because they were told MLB would fine them for a uniform violation. “But we decided to do it for a good thing,” Reyes said.

  • Derek | May 12, 2008 at 10:17 am |

    no new entry yet? wow…

  • Jim | May 12, 2008 at 10:19 am |

    [quote comment=”269169″]no new entry yet? wow…[/quote]

    There was one, but it was removed for some reason.

  • Derek | May 12, 2008 at 10:34 am |

    [quote comment=”269172″][quote comment=”269169″]no new entry yet? wow…[/quote]

    There was one, but it was removed for some reason.[/quote]
    Thats strange

  • SWW | May 12, 2008 at 10:53 am |

    [quote comment=”268905″]I’m watching the Twins game and Mike Lowell is wearing a guard on his left batting glove. It looks like a shinguard on his hand.[/quote]

    Mike has worn that on his hand since the 2007 season, when his hand was broken by a pitch.

  • Joey Guns | May 12, 2008 at 10:54 am |

    [quote comment=”269179″][quote comment=”269172″][quote comment=”269169″]no new entry yet? wow…[/quote]

    There was one, but it was removed for some reason.[/quote]
    Thats strange[/quote]

    Did Paul oversleep or something????

  • Ben | May 12, 2008 at 11:01 am |

    Soccernet commented on the full orange that Petr Cech was wearing for Chelsea:

    “Chelsea keeper Petr Cech looked a little like a clown with a new bright orange kit unveiled for the first time today. Coupled with his head guard, he only needed a pair of floppy feet to complete the outfit.”

  • Urban Runoff | May 12, 2008 at 11:07 am |

    It looks Danica needs to do another less-than-flattering spread, splayed on the roof of a car to pay for the inevitable lawsuit. -Runoff

  • Kek | May 12, 2008 at 11:09 am |

    [quote comment=”269185″][quote comment=”269179″][quote comment=”269172″][quote comment=”269169″]no new entry yet? wow…[/quote]

    There was one, but it was removed for some reason.[/quote]
    Thats strange[/quote]

    Did Paul oversleep or something????[/quote]
    Naw man, there was an honest-to-goodness entry. I posted the second comment and saw it. I hit refresh a little bit later and it was gone and an error message came up. I was going to email Paul, but I figured he knows and he’s probably getting a bunch emails anyways so he doesn’t need one more.