If you think that was bad then wait for the Thursday Twin races. 3 hours of TV time to find out which 2 drivers out of 6 (none of whom have a snowballs chance of winning on Sunday) have to load up early. I dont know what commercials aired up North but we got reminded at every break that tickets are still available for the 500. There was NOTHING in todays race that would have convinced me to break out the credit card to give D.I.S. a few hundred dollars for the oppurtunity to watch it live next weekend. Truth be told, the Clash may have convinced more people to stay home and watch the 500 (502.5? 505? 510?) for free. The G-Main at the Chili Bowl had more drama than todays Cup "race".