aws14 wrote:wolfgang wrote:Last year Kyle Bush took out a female rookie driver in the truck series during a restart just to quickly get the lead,to which there was no need.The fact Kyle hammered the side of the RCR owned #22 truck after the race was no congrads to the rookie,Kyle did not like the way he was passed and let the kid know it and the kid did nothing wrong! When you follow all three series and watch Kyle and what he does,he has caused alot of unneccessary damage to RCR/KHI race cars/trucks over the years as other teams and alot less experianced drivers as well.This by far does not make him comparable to the late Dale Snr.in anyway shape or form.Richard has been through it all over the years and maintained composer,this time it was the final move from the same driver to set him off.Personally,i'd like to take this time to thank Richard Childress for doing what i believe alot of team owners wanted to do themselves if they had it in them.Kyle has alot of talent,but he has been out of line several times before and i don't feel the least bit sorry for him as i would have beat the wise %ss to the ground if it were my teams! Nascar has done nothing with Kyle over the years,they do anything to Richard,i'm done with Nascar all together! Nascar let it esculate this far!
I do watch all three series. I don't recall anyone saying that there was anything more than a donut on the side of that truck. Even so, Childress had no business taking matters into his own hands, especially since Joey had no problem with any of it. Your attitude is part of what's wrong with this world, if something happens that you don't like, then violence is the answer. That's my opinion...
Kyle tried to move the kid onto the apron,there's alot more to it than a donut and as i said,this trouble has been brewing alot longer than this one incident or race. Violence is the last form of action,that's why we have wars,Richard obviously felt he had reached his end as Nascar has done nothing but let it esculate.Violence the answer,maybe not,when all else fails,what else is there? When you have the answer to that one,you'll have solved the worlds problems.My attitude may not suit your believes aws14,but that's the way i see the world and i really do wish it didn't have to be this way and you're right,the world would be a better place w/o violence,but that's a fantasy in my eyes and experiances in life.
Ron Hornady/Kevin Harvick/Brad Keselowski/Sammy Swindell