NASCAR » Reverberations from MWR penalties continue to rock NASCAR

Aftershocks following NASCAR's decision to penalise Michael Waltrip Racing for attempting to manipulate the outcome of last weekend's race in their favour continue to reverberate through the sport.

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September 12, 2013 11:47 PM

NASCAR has blown this travesty from go. Never did a thing to Boyer who caused the mess and have danced around thee half fast penalty they did lodge. The dopey result never corrected the problem and if they don't modify what they have done with reflection on all the new information they will for ever be accused of what many already suspect. A NASCAR THAT IS NO DIFFERENT THAN WWE.

Boyer should be BANNED and Waltrip stripped of his license. Waltrip started his NASCAR ownership cheating with fuel additives, has made a clown show of his own team and has proven time and again that he will go to any length to gain an advantage.This one takes the cake.

A blatant and arrogant nose thumbing at NASCAR. The fans (those dwindlling that remain have had enough. There are calls for BOYCOTT that will do to viewers as trackside attendence has suffered.


If Helton and France can't get THIS right there is no future.

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