NASCAR has made its highly anticipated ruling in the Carl Edwards case in which a retaliatory bump by Edwards sent fellow driver Brad Keselowski's car airborne at last weekend's race in Atlanta. The punishment -- three weeks probation and no fine.
SI.com's Lar Anderson's reaction is: "In the end, NASCAR got exactly what it wanted: The re-injection of danger, of the specter of death, into its sport."
That said, did Edwards deserve a harsher penalty? What's your take.