BTCC » New rules require teams to give '100 per cent'


NASCAR sought to rebound from a week of criticism and crisis management by introducing new rules for future events that seek to counter the possibility of team orders affecting race outcomes.

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Gecko

September 15, 2013 3:56 PM

Nascar is a farce already, how come they have to come up with stupid rules like this anyway. Nascar were the ones that started this manipulation of races, with improvised safety cars, for "debris on the track" or "having to check for oil", when all they want to do is bring all the cars back into the TV picture. When they do this strategy of the teams goes out the window, and there races are spoiled.

Nascar get your own act back into line before stupid "mikey mouse" regulations.

Satan

September 15, 2013 8:01 PM

If there was no such thing the the Chase, then this rule would never need to exist.

The Chase is the most ridiculous thing in motorsport ever conceived... it locks out those outside the top 10 from improving their championship position and it penalises the guy on top.

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