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09/05/2013

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The fans have had it with the 'have at it boys' bullcrap
Max absolutely deserved what he got and deserved (and more) .

I'd buy a Kelly t-shirt tomorrow if I could.

But isn't that what NASCAR wants? Free promotion?

Even though it was not socially acceptable what she has done, there were othere deliberate physical skirmishes on several fronts, as customary in NASCAR, promoted by the "have at it boys" mantra.
People involved do not sue one another for such altercations occuring in the heat of the moment.
It definitely attracts more eyeballs to the TV for the following race expecting retaliatory action. Just the way NASCAR wants it.

How you can promote NASCAR as racing shows you are feeding at the NASCAR teet like every other so called writer

Call them out for being the Barnum and Bailey of race promotions.

Pretty soon all you scribes will be demanding Bernie turn F-1 into such a joke too.

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