NASCAR » Scott Speed to sue over Red Bull firing


Scott Speed has filed a lawsuit for $6.5m for breach of contract against Red Bull's NASCAR team, after he was let go by the team to make way for Kasey Kahne and Brian Vickers.

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Boss B - Unregistered

December 14, 2010 11:49 AM

I loved watching scott in F1. Hw was like the great american hope. But then you started to see his arrogant and conceited side. I think it's ok when its coupled with pure performance, but he's just arrogant with no performance to back it up.

He's talented, but somewhere along the line the red bull posh treatment got to his head, and he forgot how he got there. I think it was only time this came about.

Can us single seater fans get a fully backed entry in indycar with the likes of a stud like Graham Rahal??

Eddie - Unregistered

December 18, 2010 12:53 AM

If they didn't terminate Speed their would be no room for Vickers for return to kind of underhanded but, now what happens to Kahne when Vickers returns to Red Bull Racing will they share the ride or field a second car for Kahne

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