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Here are my last two great NASCAR retaliations and I will try to post videos below.  One was when Elliot Saddler threw his helmet at Ryan Newman's car in 2002.  The other was when Tony Stewart tried to climb in another racers car after they wrecked him (having trouble trying the figure out when and who it was so I can't find a video.)  We talk about NASCAR's lack of character, and it is hard to find moments like this in the last 5 years.  It used to happen all the time!
October 13, 2010  11:23 AM ET

October 13, 2010  12:07 PM ET

Who was it Kyle Petty got into it with? Edwards? I forget.

October 13, 2010  12:14 PM ET

What about Kevin Harvick And Greg Biffle at bristol. Didn't Nascar send Harvick home for a week for that one?

October 13, 2010  01:02 PM ET

I'm sure there are more, but those two stuck in my head. I just wish I could remember who Stewart went after so I could Youtube it!

October 13, 2010  02:29 PM ET

Are you talking strictly out of car incidents? I can't recall many of the face-to-face ones. There was Montoya-Harvick at a road course, I briefly remember someone like Kyle Petty sticking their head in a car in the garage area and grabbing the other driver's face area on the helmet about 2 years ago (it may have been Hamlin). There was the Gordon-Kenseth shoving (when Gordon kept his helmet on), and also the Edwards-Kenseth incident where Edwards did the little fake swing at Kenseth.

Who was the driver who intentionally hit another driver on pit row and almost hit a crew member (who actually had to jump on the car to avoid it). Was it Kurt Busch vs. Tony Stewart?

October 13, 2010  02:38 PM ET

Jimmy Spencer hitting Kurt Busch was classic. Rocker, you might be thinking about Tony Stewart and Robby Gordon. The Daytona fight between Bobby Allison and Cale Yarbrough is always credited with helping NASCAR's popularity. I loved it when Bobby said that Cale kept hitting Bobby's fist with his (Cale's) face.

October 13, 2010  02:41 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Are you talking strictly out of car incidents? I can't recall many of the face-to-face ones. There was Montoya-Harvick at a road course, I briefly remember someone like Kyle Petty sticking their head in a car in the garage area and grabbing the other driver's face area on the helmet about 2 years ago (it may have been Hamlin). There was the Gordon-Kenseth shoving (when Gordon kept his helmet on), and also the Edwards-Kenseth incident where Edwards did the little fake swing at Kenseth.Who was the driver who intentionally hit another driver on pit row and almost hit a crew member (who actually had to jump on the car to avoid it). Was it Kurt Busch vs. Tony Stewart?

Yea, out of car is more of what I was going for.

October 13, 2010  02:42 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Are you talking strictly out of car incidents? I can't recall many of the face-to-face ones. There was Montoya-Harvick at a road course, I briefly remember someone like Kyle Petty sticking their head in a car in the garage area and grabbing the other driver's face area on the helmet about 2 years ago (it may have been Hamlin). There was the Gordon-Kenseth shoving (when Gordon kept his helmet on), and also the Edwards-Kenseth incident where Edwards did the little fake swing at Kenseth.Who was the driver who intentionally hit another driver on pit row and almost hit a crew member (who actually had to jump on the car to avoid it). Was it Kurt Busch vs. Tony Stewart?

Yea, that was Tony hitting Kurt, how did I forget that!?!

October 13, 2010  02:50 PM ET



Here is a great video, good watch. It has a lot of moments I forgot about, including my Smoke incident, it was against whoever was driving the 28 Texaco car at the time at Martinsville.

October 13, 2010  02:57 PM ET

It was Kenny Irwin!!!! I finally figured it out!

October 13, 2010  03:07 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

Here is a great video, good watch. It has a lot of moments I forgot about, including my Smoke incident, it was against whoever was driving the 28 Texaco car at the time at Martinsville.

If any of you missed it Shane was really banged up bad in a wreck at Terre Haute this past weekend. In my opinion, he is getting the best care available at Methodist Hospital in Indy, well renouned for their treatement of severe trauma from Auto racing accidents.

Sounds like among other things, broken neck and back, and other internal injuries.

October 13, 2010  03:15 PM ET

I knew ESPN sucked but I didnt think they were pervs.

An ESPN producer who was charged with public indecency after a peeping Tom complaint at a Connecticut apartment complex has left the network. ESPN spokesman Mike Soltys confirmed Monday that 52-year-old Neil Goldberg no longer works for the company. Goldberg had been the coordinating producer of motorsports coverage for Bristol-based ESPN. A message seeking comment was left at a phone listing for Goldberg.(Associated Press)(10-12-2010)

(via Jayski)

October 14, 2010  05:51 PM ET

Recent fueds:gotta say that the fueds with Carl and Brad are my favorites, even though Carl can go overboard sometimes.
Older Feuds:any of them where fists were flyin.Don't like the helmet throwin at other drivers.

 
October 14, 2010  06:00 PM ET
QUOTE(#13):

Recent fueds:gotta say that the fueds with Carl and Brad are my favorites, even though Carl can go overboard sometimes.Older Feuds:any of them where fists were flyin.Don't like the helmet throwin at other drivers.

The Carl, Brad feud, even though potentially deadly, was fun to watch

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