michaeljohn wrote:as i look in the other post race thread, clint isnt mentioned, i guess it wasnt a big deal until rusty opened his big mouth, a driver here no one likes, but now his word is gold and its give people a reason why ryan didnt make the chase, this way no one has to blame ryan or the team for not "performing."
Now you are just being silly.
Dale Jr was the 1st one to say he would like to look at gas & brake stuff they have technology to follow nowadays. Rusty was about 6th person to say something about Clint doing it on purpose. LOL.
In fact the only one that said he didn't was Clint & Darby..... & we all know what Nascars stance was gonna be on it.
This isn't the only site I visit. Seems like everyone is talking about it MJ. Nice try on stirring the pot though.
Mike, stop being such a dam troll. Why do you even come here and post 10 times a day? You NEVER have anything positive to say about anyone in SHR, including Newman, who you claim to be a fan of. You're quick to try to want to fight anyone who disagrees with you. You are a typical, mouth behind a screen. Get over it dude, and stop making such idiotic comments.
I see why you're "foed" by so many people here.
Ryan got screwed here and if NASCAR doesn't do something about this, they will simply lose more fans than they have in the recent past. This isn't about what Ryan's team did right or wrong all season, it's about the integrity of the sport. If they're going to allow teams to lose out on making the chase, much less, thousands of dollars for winning a race, by teams who are basically throwing the race and the competition, then there is a major problem.
NASCAR IS SHADY NOW.
It doesn't seem too hard to evaluate how all this went down. Clint's audio is the key here, and they definitely were calling for him to spin.
You almost never here announcers or other drivers (JR) say that it looked like a driver threw a race, but that crap wasn't even 5 minutes old when everyone "knew" what was up.
Not much else to say here tbh. Ryan gets the shaft from both SHR and NASCAR. Great effin' year.