IndyCar » Dixon penalised for Baltimore comments


Scott Dixon has been fined $30,000 and placed on probation over comments he made last weekend that were deeply critical of race control's decisions during the Baltimore Grand Prix.

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tideferrariracingpalmbeach

September 07, 2013 11:33 AM

Terrific, pizz poor decisions for this still down and out kit car joke of a series. Look's like the IDOT officials are using the NASCAR Rule book . This series doesn't have to throw FAKE yellows as this is only bumper kit cars ! TIDE Ferrari racing, Palm Beach, Wilma myfingerdo ?palm beach tide yacht club.

kiwibob

September 09, 2013 4:30 AM

benignlyindifferent you did not see race then . Dixon just spoke the truth again and they don,t like that even when he quotes there own rule book . Funny that makes 2 last races the opposition team taken him out and now there driver odds on to win championship

Derek Blair

September 09, 2013 4:31 PM

It is so sad that this series can't get it's act together regard consistency in its officiating. Every time a driver tells the truth or makes a heated comment he is penalized and the powers to be adopt a Hitler attitude.
This doesn't just apply to Dixon, this has been going on for years. We had hoped there would be an improvement with Bo, but I,m afraid it is just as bad.

cruachan

September 10, 2013 12:58 AM

I'm amazed Dixon was as calm as he was. After the previous penalty he got for hitting the pit guy, Power got away with what should be a mandatory drive-through for running over an air hose and then took him out in spectacular fashion.

We're being robbed of a proper title fight by some terrible stewarding.

cruachan

September 10, 2013 12:59 AM

I'm amazed Dixon was as calm as he was. After the previous penalty he got for hitting the pit guy, Power got away with what should be a mandatory drive-through for running over an air hose and then took him out in spectacular fashion.

We're being robbed of a proper title fight by some terrible stewarding.

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