NASCAR » NASCAR cracks down on aggressive driving

NASCAR keen to avoid a repeat of monster Sprint Cup shunts as the series returns to Talladega

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Dale E - Unregistered

November 01, 2009 7:09 PM

Way to go NASCAR. What a way to ruin a race with another stupid weekly decision. BORING....Just going around the track. My TV just went off. Hope you go down even further with your decisions. Just look at the empty seats. You have no one to blame but France, Helton, Darby and others in the palace.

oldhillbilly - Unregistered

November 01, 2009 11:19 PM

Amen. Okay, so bump drafting was kept down(right)not on my TV, but what a boring, except for the last 10 laps, race. So what happened to the COT improvements to keep Newmans car from flipping?? If this is the way, and it looks like it is,it's going for the next year of nascar, let me off at the next corner. I have been a fan of nascar since 1949 when I found out "modified sportsman" cars were a lot more fun then midgets, haven't looked back until the last two years. I'de bet that Dale Sr and the rest that have gone on, are looking down and laughting their fire suits off at the "New Generator of cars" and the resulting micromanagement by nascar. This isn't my nascar, not anymore.

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