NASCAR walking fine line in policing its policy
The boys, it seems, are still having at it, and NASCAR, to no surprise, still has no defined line on its year-old policy of letting drivers settle their own scores.
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“RaiderNation of Domination”
Since: May 07
Some West Texas County
#1 May 9, 2011
Good point, the driver drama does draw ratings, but still how far is too far? The Kyle Busch-Kevin harvick incident is too far in my eyes being that it endangered safety.
#2 May 9, 2011
Harvick's car was not "spun" into the pit wall. It was out of gear, and perhaps not so gently rolled into the wall.
Harvick was the knucklehead who got out of his car on the entrance to pit row. He should be fined for that behavior, irrespective of any other fines.
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