NASCAR » Edwards, Keselowski meet with NASCAR

Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski meet with NASCAR at Bristol to discuss Atlanta incident

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Bob - Unregistered

March 21, 2010 12:29 PM

Great work Nascar, a driver is over 100 laps behind and intentionally wrecks another driver and almost sends the car in to the stands, and this little tea and scones party is the big penalty :?

Good luck with the massive lawsuit when one of your drivers takes your street justice policy too far and kills someone on the track or in the stands, what a joke, this fiasco just sets a prior precedent for it, I really do hope no one is injured or hurt for the rest of the season :(

Frank G

March 21, 2010 4:03 PM

I'm American and I tell you...I can't stand NASCAR... It's a totally ridiculous series and this is a shame because we have so many other racing series that are far better. ALMS, Indycar (shame they didn't follow the old CART rules)...
NASCAR reminds me of the old Roman empire games... that is, something entertaining to keep the masses happy and busy during their leasure time... want a good series, go back to the old TransAm or adopt the DTM regulations and tracks... 40+ cars on a half mile is just plain stupid and adds to my thoughts above.

Berg Jorgmeister - Unregistered

March 23, 2010 11:52 PM

If he had done that on a public highway - he'd have been locked away. Yet he's got a slight rap on the knuckles.
Absolute madness!! What a strange world the people in Nascar inhabit. It has nothing to do with 'proper' Motorsport anyway -more like WWE. And the 'fans' - well, no comment!!
If therewas any justice, Nascar would die a horrible death and real racing would take over - ALMS, Indycar, etc

seashele - Unregistered

March 25, 2010 3:23 PM

oh please "berg" justice would be *****s like you not commenting on what or who you don't talk like you've watched something you don't like. ummm that speaks volumes

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