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#23 Feb 13, 2007
I have lived in the Indy area all my life. I saw my first 500 Mile speedway race at age 13.
I got hooked on Nascar about 25 years ago. Watching an early Kroger 200. I have always enjoyed ALL types of motorsports. From the "jalopys"(back in the 50's & 60's) up through F-1 races.
However these days, much like other professional sports, motorsports has become a big business.
So, anytime you have money, BIG MONEY, involved, stringent rules & unfortunately, testing these rules will come about.
The bottom line is if you don't like it, don't watch it. I for one wouldn't give you a dime for the N.B.A., so I don't watch it.
#24 Feb 13, 2007
Without cheaters, where would George W. be?
#25 Feb 13, 2007
agreed. look at F1. They still keep the rules/regs because some are needed for fairness, but they still let the manufacturers go to the far stretches of their creativity to win. This also creates a huge fanbase for car brands as a whole since they actually have more than just a big sticker invested into the vehicle.
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