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02-19-2007 09:52 AM
dinger Nascar should be very thankful that Martin is not a whiner, he had plenty to ****** about at the end of the race. I kind of feel also that the drivers are very fearful of Nascar authority, none are speaking their minds anymore. Can you say monopoly? I watched the first 20 laps and the last 25 laps, enough for me this year. Dan
02-19-2007 09:44 AM
37year old kid Yeah, I noticed that too. Was the official in charge too busy watching the drag race at the end or were his eyes watching some cutie in the stands lift her top? I thought the ref's in baseball were blind but now I see the NASCAR officials go to the same school. Where is the safety in letting the final lap become "Last man Standing"? NASCAR Nitro is right...
And let's show some fighting in the pits too!!! I'm sure that Tony Stewart and Kryin Kurt Busch had some words after thier "incident".
02-19-2007 08:20 AM
Nascar Nnitro

"Move over Pro Wrestling, NASCAR NITRO is blowing your drawers off!" First it was the cheat cops gone wild, now it is the Rules Enforcers laying down on the job. We have been sold on the "Caution Light" freezes the field because it is unsafe for the drivers to continue racing through the mele. The field is reset the moment the "Official Caution Light" is lite. They also wanted to make sure there was racing going on to the finish line, thus came up with the "Green/White/Checkered" finish with the exception of another "Official Caution" and then the field is frozen. All this in the interest of safety for the drivers. Well, Sunday's finish NASCAR NITRO the opportunity to show their True Colors of Showmanship. A pile up of the 5, 6 and 7 cars occurred between turns 3 and 4 and the "Officials" never turned the caution light on until the first two cars crossed the finish line 10 + seconds later. 30 plus cars were behind this race and never received a light to stop racing until flowing through the wreck. Yep, NASCAR Rules are to be bent and twisted to make sure the show goes on. I want to see the "Official in Charge" of the caution light fined and suspended for at least 3 races and his boss put on probation with retirement points deducted.

Where is the drivers ire in this bucket of worms.


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