NASCAR Officiating Ends Carl Edwards' Hopes of Victory at Richmond

Apr 29, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: BleacherReport

With both the NBA and NHL in the midst of their playoffs right now, the topic of officiating is bound to come up on just about every sports TV channel, network and radio show.

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Barr

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NASCAR was wrong
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When NASCAR makes a decision that affects a driver they first need to ask themselves if they would do that if it were Jr.

“IN GOD WE TRUST”

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It doesn't matter whether he was the leader or not, he jumped the start by not waiting till he was in the starter box. Secondly, unless he's really as stupid as he looks, he knew without even asking his spotter that he wasn't the leader.
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absolutely correct , he is as stupid as he looks and thinks he knows it all. he admitted he had been jumping the starts all night so he got caught. happens to cheaters & know it all.!!!
he knew he was not the leader, he missed pit road & had to go an extra lap. dumb mr ed!!!!!!

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