It was a pretty exciting day for racing, with Timothy Peters winning his very first NASCAR Camping World Truck series win at Martinsville today, and with Brad Keselowski beating and banging his way to a victory at Memphis.
Unfortunately, because the Truck race got off to a late start due to rain this morning in the Martinsville area, the races overlapped a bit. I nearly wore out my clicker flipping back and forth, but managed to see nearly all the action in both races, all the while keeping an eye on the Clemson/Miami football game. (Way to go, Tigers!)
I also wanted to share some stats with you, the kind readers who visit this site. I just pulled some data from my stat counter site, and tabulated some interesting data.
Of the last 500 visitors to the site, the state with the most visitors is the great state of North Carolina, which I suppose isn't surprising, since most of the NASCAR world is centered in that state.
Here's the top 15 locations of visitors to this site over the last few days. Note, some of these aren't US states, you might be surprised to know.
1. North Carolina
3. New York
4. Ontario (Yeah, that Ontario, as in Ontario, Canada
9. (tie) New Jersey, Texas
10. (tie) Florida, Connecticut
11. (tie) Virginia, Illinois, South Carolina, Tennessee
13. (tie) Indiana, Maryland, Missouri
14. (tie) Victoria, Australia; Minnesota, British Columbia, Canada
15. (tie) Washington DC, Kansas, Louisiana, England
My sincere thanks to all of you who made the top 15, and to all of you who didn't! Here are some other interesting places readers were when they visited this site:
Prince Edward Island
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Thanks for all of your visits, and I hope you'll keep coming back!