NASCAR » Now its Busch and Harvick at war

All eyes going into Darlington had been on the feud between Montoya and Newman: afterwards, everyone's attention was grabbed by conflict between Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick on pit lane.

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Doc Raider - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 12:09 PM

Whoo hoo! What a race! Kudos to Regan and his team -- the racing community is super excited for him! (Poor guy didn't even have a facebook page -- that's all about to change!)

To the statement "it's unclear what caused the wreck" (between Harvick and company)... two words KYLE BUSCH. But don't worry Harvick isn't backing down... I love his "When you least expect it... expect it" stance. He won himself a new fan last night -- his smirk at the end of the NASCAR "chat" said it all... it's on!!!!!!

Rusty Greeson - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 6:49 PM

Racing is racing if you don't want to get hit or put into the wall get off the track. I'm sure all of you who are commenting that Bush sucks could get out there and drive those cars that fast that close together and not cause any wrecks right? it has happend before and it will happen again they are both great drivers! GET OVER IT!!!!!

slider - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 8:04 PM

Kyle has so much more stroke and skill than slow leak harvick. Just look at there wives,that shows you who is strokeless. Harvick is a disgrace to the 3 car he will never be a sprint cup champion EVER!Sorry slow leak nation, busch had more talent at 5 than harvick has now.Do wish kb was a fighter but he's a driver, light years ahead of the 29. If you wanna fight kevin, GET IN THE RING WITH FIGHTERS and get your face split. Leave the driving to the drivers and be happy you actually won a couple of races this year. Quite a feat for a moderate driver as yourself.

bojan - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 10:27 PM

Call me a cynic (many have) but I am beginning to wonder whether this sudden outbreak of heated disagreements between drivers is a deliberate tactic, with the tacit approval of NASCAR, to increase ticket sales?

I would have thought professional sportsmen should be able to do their jobs without allowing rivalries to get personal, particularly as they all seem to subscribe to the idea that "rubbin's racing".

Dee - Unregistered

May 09, 2011 12:13 AM

No matter who it is, if they can't control their anger and act as professionals that both children and adult look up to, slap them with a penalty and send them to anger management. That should slow down the fueds and get us back to racing.

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