Bidding Goodbye to Bleacher Report

David PhillipsAnalyst IMay 17, 2009

CONCORD, NC - MAY 16:  Tony Stewart, driver of the #14 Office Depot Chevrolet, celebrates in victory lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race on May 16, 2009 at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina.  (Photo by Jason Smith/Getty Images)

Let me start my article by saying that it will be my last here for good ol' B/R, but we will get back to that one in a minute.

Was last night not a great race we finally seen Sam Hornish Jr. win a race in NASCAR we saw Tony Stewart get his first owner/driver win.

It's just something about that yellow wall that makes drivers more daring than usual, we saw Kyle Busch go three wide all night we even saw Ryan Newman go to the extreme outside inches away from the wall.

We even saw Jeff Gordon get spun out on another driver's stupid move and in his interview he said its just the All-Star race.

Even Ric Flair was there. Wooooooooo!

I watched the pit crew challenge; I was rooting for Reed Sorenson's team to upset 'em all and win, but hey there always next year.

Man the Burnout competition if you missed it. It was great; Harvick deserved to win, but Busch and Darrell Waltrip's were the best. "Rowdy" was definitely being Rowdy.

Okay, on with why I'm leaving B/R, it may sound stupid, but hey what can I say when they started all this Syndicated Writer thing. 

I was a Syndicated Writer.  Now guess what they've taken it away, and Why? No one has told me.

Yeah, I could email Zander and ask but why waste my time. I'm done.

I've stopped doing all my series. I had anyway cause no one read them. I mean you waste an hour or two for 52 people to read your story, pretty funny.

But I would like to thank a few people here on B/R a special thanks goes out to M.J, Mike Napier, and Ben Bomberger.

I'll still read your guys stories and comment, but I'm not going to write anymore.

Hell, I'm even the community leader of the ARCA Re/Max Series page.

By the way guys please no Picks of the days on this article either, I haven't had one yet so why start now (even though here lately there has been some stupid story's that won a POTD)

So Long, Bleacher Report it was fun while it lasted.