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03/28/2012

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Worst I ever heard was Derrick Walker in the ear of Robby Gordon back in the CART days. This one particular race was at Cleveland and Robby was battling very hard with Michael Andretti. ...and Walker. He didn't shut up once; nattering away in Robby's ear.

At races end, Gordon came up along side Andretti and gave him a good broadside wallop but I think it had as much to do with Derrick Walker as Andretti.

Gordon drove for someone else the following year.

At races end, Gordon came up along side Andretti and gave him a good broadside wallop but I think it had as much to do with Derrick Walker as Andretti.

Norris. You forget that the radio chatter you hear on tv, is actually transmitted a half to a full lap earlier due to FORMULA 1, needing to keep the dialogue clean. They delay playing the radio call. The accident was just coincidental, to playing the recorded message at the same time, on tv. Thought you would have known that, being the bon vivant of racing.

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