Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus plan a wreck and Kyle Busch executes one, which one is the bigger crime.
Matt Kenseth wrecks Brian Vickers at Martinsville in retaliation, Kyle Busch wrecks Ron Hornaday in Friday nights Truck race also in retaliation, again, which one is the bigger crime.
Do you remember when Jeff Burton wrecked Jeff Gordon at Texas last year, did anyone get parked. NO
Folks, if you're a NASCAR fan you know we could come up with hundreds of situations that mirrors what happened Friday night in Texas.
So why is Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus still in the game, why is Matt Kenseth on the grid this Sunday.
The biggest question is why was Kyle Busch parked for the cup race.
I'm in my fifth year as a NASCAR fan, I fallowed Juan Pablo Montoya from F1, to this day I honestly can tell you I DON'T understand the inconsistency of NASCAR's rule enforcement.
I dearly call their rules book (if there is one) "rubber book" because they appear to bend and stretch the rules, at times it's hard to believe they are not playing favorites.
Do you think Dale Jr. would of gotten the same treatment.
You know, rubbing is racing but it all depends who is the ruber and who is the rubee, I don't think those are real words but you get the point.
It appears to me NASCAR rules by the seat of their pants, they wing it, they are reactionary and that may be do to the fact that a tribal type organisation controls the sport, a group of elders if you will.
All other mayor sports are governed by a board of owners, please correct me if I'm wrong, I would bet if that was the case in NASCAR, Kyle Busch, who is one of a few young stars in NASCAR, would be in a car this Sunday in Texas.
Like to ask you folks one question:
Do you think NASCAR made it clear to the drivers what the boundaries were for the "have at it boys" era or did they just closed their eyes and hoped for the best.
As my brother always told me, "be careful what you wish for..... you might just get it"
Nascar got it and now they don't like it.
As always this is a fans opinion and I understand everybody has one and I thank for God for that.