NASCAR keeps its word about aggressive driving

Mar 10, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Denver Post

So Carl Edwards is on probation for the next three races, his punishment for intentionally wrecking Brad Keselowski late in Sunday's race in Atlanta.

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alaska-phil

Anchorage, AK

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Mar 19, 2010
 
nascar drops the ball again 3 weeks for trying to do personal harm to another driver is just beyond me, Carl Edwards... sigh hard to type his name should sit out a few races for what he did . But we all know NASCAR can't do that in this day and age of the all mighty dollar, at the very least he should lose car and owner points. And i'm not talking 25 point either this should be a heavy enough point loss and a heavy fine that such things won't happen in the future..
Here is one of the other things that went along with carls little temper tantrum that got lost in the facts, This race was turning into one of the best finishs this year with Juan Pablo running down Curt B. BUT NO Carl pulls his garbage
and we lose that finish. After this I just SWITCHED CHANNELS ON TV. but from what I've been told there was a lot of cars lost on the restart..
HMMMMMM OH to back up my what I said about sitting carl out a few races and it effecting the money flow in nascar. The week before in JJ Was running down Jeff Gordon for the race lead with about 10 to 15 laps to go and what do viewers get to see a pass for the lead NOOOOO A COMMERCIAL come on tell me they not a tad bit money hungery..
Oh my better save some for my next post if im still watching losing my intrest in Hendrick racing OOOOOOPS I mean NASCAR think you get what I mean laters.......... Philly
Avenger

Hudson, OH

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Mar 20, 2010
 
Sorry phil, but you don't know your NASCAR. This is the way it's always been, until Big E died and all you politically correct fairweather fans jumped on board. Thank goodness, this appears to be how it will be again. Rubbin's racin', phil.

"You win some, lose some, and wreck some." - Dale Earnhardt

Let it go, buddy.

In other news, Baby Keselowski wants NASCAR to define the limits of their policy.

http://jayski.com/cupnews.htm#news1299

News flash, Brad: There are NO limits. NASCAR will decide if something goes too far.
Avenger

Hudson, OH

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Mar 20, 2010
 
BTW, Phil. If you don't like what you're seeing (real racing for a change), just push on of those arrow-thingies on that plastic thing in your hand, and go somewhere else. NASCAR doesn't need or want fans like you.
alaska-phil

Anchorage, AK

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Mar 20, 2010
 
OMG forgot peeps like you are the reason Clinton got elected twice

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