Python wrote:Cynon wrote:Someone obviously doesn't watch ESPN that much -- because they don't even give a rat's ass about NASCAR either. Their commentary makes Jonathan Legard sound interesting by comparison after they dropped Rusty Wallace from the play by play. The camerawork is inane and they can make the most epic of races turn into boring drivel.
Which is kind of funny, because the commentary for the Indy Racing League is so much better (Scott Goodyear is amazing and so is Eddie Cheever).
I actually do watch ESPN quite a bit, I was more or less not exactly quoting Speed reporter Robin Miller who mostly says that about ESPN caring about stick and ball sports and NASCAR. I know NASCAR's coverage on ESPN is not all that great. What I don't like about IRL's commentary on ESPN is that Scott Goodyear is Master of the Obvious.
It always ticks me off, because there's just a little too much stuff that goes on in the pits that makes it so that you actually have to deal with the inanity of the commentators... I frequently watch stick/ball sports with the sound off.