Johnson crew chief Knaus faces better odds in hearing before NASCAR's chief appellate officer
There are 3 comments on the Star Tribune story from Mar 14, 2012, titled Johnson crew chief Knaus faces better odds in hearing before NASCAR's chief appellate officer. In it, Star Tribune reports that:
Five-time championship winning crew chief Chad Knaus has a decent shot of having his penalties reduced when he appears before NASCAR's chief appellate officer.
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#1 Mar 15, 2012
this guy is nuts. NASCAR is not going to reduce Knaus's penalty. He cheated and got caught again. He clearly has a record of attempting to game the system way beyond what other teams do.
#2 Mar 15, 2012
I hope you are right, but Hendrick and Middlebrook are kiss ass buddies from way back.
Since: Dec 06
kepin' the ears on the big dog
#3 Mar 15, 2012
maybe but I would hope pressure from owners and racers and fans and sponsors for the integrity of the sport would do the right thing and hold them accountable. NASCAR is a national sport now not just a good ol boys moon shining clu
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