Yellow line is always out of bounds

Yellow line is always out of bounds

There are 44 comments on the Log Cabin Democrat story from Oct 7, 2008, titled Yellow line is always out of bounds. In it, Log Cabin Democrat reports that:

The speech hasn't changed in the seven years since NASCAR first delivered it during a 2001 driver's meeting at Daytona.

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Since: Mar 08

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#46 Oct 9, 2008
team-shr wrote:
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I'm not sure why he'd do that. You can be black flagged for rough driving as well. Regan should just add it to his lessons and relook at how he should have made that pass. The worst thing for him is that he went away from the race thinking he'd won. It's hard to learn if you think you were right in the first place.
You get no argument from me.. Rules are rules..

I kinda miss the rough driving, while at the same time understanding why it isn't allowed in modern day racing..

I suppose my comment on Regan having a reason for turning him, down the road, was nostalgia for the racing of the 70' and 80's...Had that been the black #3, Stewart wouldn't have had to worry about blocking...lol..
Dales woman

Greenfield, IN

#47 Oct 9, 2008
love_spell wrote:
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phoney stewart didnt win!
nascar gave him that race.
You spelled phony wrong again I meant to tell you when you said it over and over months ago when you were on a mission to look like an a$$ and point fingers but I forgot.
Mason

Houston, TX

#48 Oct 9, 2008
Pegasus_Flying wrote:
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You get no argument from me.. Rules are rules..
I kinda miss the rough driving, while at the same time understanding why it isn't allowed in modern day racing..
I suppose my comment on Regan having a reason for turning him, down the road, was nostalgia for the racing of the 70' and 80's...Had that been the black #3, Stewart wouldn't have had to worry about blocking...lol..
Nascar made the call so there's no point in discussing it further until next time.
Mason

Houston, TX

#49 Oct 9, 2008
Pegasus_Flying wrote:
Regan is a rookie and he drove like a rookie..A veteran driver, like maybe cousin Carl or Gordon (either Jeff or Robby), would have tried to push Stewart out of the way and would have been cheered for doing so, because that's racing and that's what race fans cheer for.. Stewart won the race and that's all there is to it..
The next time Regan is in that situation, he will drive much differently and more power to him..
I fear if it was a veteran driver then they would have moved Smoke out of the way and caused a huge wreck.

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