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As post-race altercations go, it wasn't much. It wasn't as historic as Cale Yarborough slinging his helmet at Donnie Allison in Daytona, as vicious as Kevin Harvick trying to strangle Greg Biffle in Bristol, or as inherently comic as Jeff Gordon chasing Tony Stewart through the garage area at Watkins Glen.
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Since: Dec 06
kepin' the ears on the big dog
#1 Aug 22, 2010
To quote the article"But there's nothing wrong with raw emotion, with drivers getting out of cars and demanding answers, pointing fingers and raising voices and making veiled threats of on-track retribution. We need real rivals and enemies. We need these guys not to all like each other so much." What do you think?
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