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Among my favorite pastimes is researching and discovering quality companies.Im 50 years old, have done most of my own investing my entire adult life, and Ive established criteria for judgment and stick with that formula.Most of what I require from a company today is built on the mistakes I have made, and the knowledge Ive acquired.The net of this is I own stock in eight companies in my retirement account, each pays a dividend, and each has a history of raising the dividend annually.The most important thing I look for is if a company is well managed.It is the absolute most important element of any investment you make.Always Invest in the people before you invest in the company.One component of investing I enjoy is watching how great leaders navigate tough times. Its the true litmus test of any company employing hundreds or thousands of people.What you learn in this process is how did the company adjust, how did it manage its capital, deal with its debt. Did it eliminate waste, and evolve in growing areas? Just like auto racing, how did it gain on the competition or extend its lead?I believe the companies I invest in have their best days ahead, and I believe the same for NASCAR.While I have no shares of NASCAR it is without question the greatest investment I have ever made, and its provided me with my greatest returns.Anyone familiar with my responsibilities with ESPN the last 10 years knows what my allegiance is to NASCAR. I am an analyst, it receives nearly all my attention, and I approach all topics as objectively as I possibly can.I also view all NASCAR decisions from the viewpoint of an investor in the sport, meaning whats good for the company is also good for me, so our interests are aligned in the sense that I want the sport to grow. I would enjoy several more years in the sport and its popularity contributes to that becoming a reality.NASCAR made a decision this week to dock Ryan Newman 15 points (15 positions on the track essentially) from the championship standings, on the eve of establishing which 16 teams represent this years Chase. The bottom line from the decision is Newman will create less drama headed into the final regular-season race than he otherwise would have.To be clear, from a fundamental standpoint NASCAR execs made the correct call because of the precedent set in the past.From a business standpoint the decision was horrible, bad for NASCAR, bad for the network carrying the race, and bad for the track trying to sell more tickets than the year before.There is no arguing my next point; we have talked about rules ad nauseam in 2016.It has become as unentertaining a discussion as Hillary Clintons emails or Donald Trumps tax returns.The most critical component to being in business is knowing really well what you are selling and being certain its what your customers want.I can assure you NASCAR customers of any longevity care very little about inspection tolerances measured in thousandths of an inch (unless their favorite driver lost 15 points because of it between the 25th and 26th races).Fans want action, drama, feuds, rivalries, and anything else associated with 40 drivers, 40 teams doing battle.NASCAR has done a remarkable job this year rebalancing the field. The parity is as good as its been for a long, long, time.So -- in the spirit of bringing this board meeting to a close -- Im suggesting we vote to eliminate postrace inspection! Eliminate postrace inspection?Yes. But before you panic, hear me out.NASCAR has done its job, and done it very well.It created a platform over several years of effort that requires all cars arriving at the track to meet nearly identical standards.Each of these cars passes through an inspection at least three times (before practice, qualifying and prerace).Thats enough to establish all cars starting the race are as evenly prepared as this sport has ever seen. And thats enough!Let the drivers, teams, pit crews and spotters determine who wins the races, and who earns the championship.Im not suggesting cars do not roll across the scales; they should. I firmly believe every race requires each top-5 finishing team surrender their car to NASCAR to be returned to the R&D Center, because NASCAR must keep teams honest.What Im campaigning for is that NASCAR loosen the tolerances postrace, give consideration to the adverse effects of competing at Bristol, Darlington, Martinsville, etc., and acknowledge there is no reasonable way to evaluate cars to these standards after more than three hours of competition. Its silly actually.The teams have done whats been asked, so when the green flag drops let them compete. If one cars rear housing is an eighth of an inch off postrace ... who cares! Better yet, who the hell would know?To be clear, if its determined at the R&D Center a team blatantly discovered a way around the rules and capitalized by winning the race, then take the damned race from them!The day is gone when we whistle down pit road at over 100 mph, and we now restart races double file. the HANS device is mandated in all NASCAR sanctioned races.These are examples of how we have evolved and progressed and our product is better because of it.Lets eliminate postrace inspection as we know it. Penalties for minor violations are divisive for fans, viewers and they are the paying customers. Jarred Vanderbilt Jersey . McPhee said that Ovechkins father Mikhail is in stable condition after having the surgery this week and is no longer in intensive care. "Weve told him to stay as long as necessary with your dad," he said. Ovechkin and his Russian national team were eliminated from the mens hockey tournament in Sochi on Wednesday with a 3-1 quarter-final loss to Finland. 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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- After attending three colleges in three years, quarterback Luke Del Rio is finally getting a chance to be the guy.Florida coach Jim McElwain named Del Rio his starter for the Sept. 3 season opener against UMass on Thursday, giving the college journeyman the nod over Purdue graduate transfer Austin Appleby.Luke is going to work as the starter the rest of camp and start in the season opener barring any unforeseen development, McElwain said. Our other quarterbacks remain in the plans and are ready to move forward and help the Gators any way they can.Del Rio will be the teams ninth starting quarterback since Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow left school in 2010, following John Brantley, Jeff Driskel, Jacoby Brissett, Trey Burton, Tyler Murphy, Skyler Mornhinweg, Treon Harris and Will Grier. Now, the Gators are counting on Del Rio to revive an offense that had been mostly stagnant since Tebows tenure.Florida hasnt had a quarterback throw more than 12 touchdown passes in any of the last six seasons. Maybe Del Rio will reverse the trend.A third-year sophomore and the son of Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio, Luke Del Rio started his college career as a walk-on at Alabama in 2013. He never played a down and left the Tide after one year in hopes of finding a better opportunity. He landed at Oregon State and then transferred again after coach Mike Riley resigned to take the head coaching job at Nebraska.Del Rio said earlier this month that new Beavers coach Gary Andersen told him he wouldnt play at Oregon State.It was Tuesday about 6:50 in the morning when they told me, and I still had to go to practice because it was during spring drills, Del Rio recalled. It hurt. It hurt a lot. I asked them, `So do you want me to transfer? Thats when they said, `Look, were not telling you to do anything.dddddddddddd Were just telling you that youll never play here.Del Rio ended up at Florida, where he sat out last season under NCAA transfer rules. He opened spring practice as the front-runner for the starting job, especially since Harris was suspended for a violation of the schools student code of conduct and Grier was long gone after testing positive last season for performance-enhancing drugs.Harris and Grier have since transferred, leaving Del Rio, Appleby and freshmen Kyle Trask and Feleipe Franks as the only quarterbacks on Floridas roster.Although Del Rio has thrown just 18 passes at the collegiate level, he seemingly solidified the starting job with a solid spring game. He completed 10 of 11 passes for 176 yards and two touchdowns in, leading the Blue team to a 44-6 rout of the Orange.He will be in a bigger spotlight against the Minutemen.The real question: Can he get Floridas offense back to its pass-efficient ways? None of the previous eight QBs did enough to move the Gators out of the depths of the Southeastern Conferences offensive rankings.Florida ranked 100th in the nation in scoring in 2015, averaging 23.2 points a game and turning in as many sub-par outings as substantial performances. There were plenty of other paltry numbers, too: Florida was 112th in total offense, 86th in passing and 113th in rushing. Florida managed to win the dysfunctional Eastern Division thanks mostly to a dynamic defense.---AP college football website: Wholesale Jerseys 2020 Cheap NFL Jerseys Throwback Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Hoodies Wholesale Black NFL Jerseys Discount Jerseys ' ' '

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