FAQ  •  Register  •  Login

Lo-no-go

<<

ndunn

User avatar

Posts: 3264

8343

Joined: Mon May 18, 2009 5:26 pm

Post Tue Mar 19, 2013 2:05 pm

Re: Lo-no-go

*
Last edited by ndunn on Sat Mar 23, 2013 12:30 pm, edited 1 time in total.
The Military Thanks You For Standing Behind Them. If You Can't Do that You Can Always Stand In Front Of Them.....Think About It.....

Thank you to those who took a step forward to save the rest who stand still.
<<

smokieonefour

User avatar

Posts: 1747

Images: 3
8035

Joined: Fri Feb 20, 2009 10:35 pm

Location: Shingle Springs, CA

Post Tue Mar 19, 2013 5:38 pm

Re: Lo-no-go

Wow... lot's of interesting opinions here. :-)

Here's my 2 cents -

1) Every pit crew member is there to protect his driver - regardless. Period, end of discussion. What ever a pit crew member does to a "charging angry driver" is within bounds. Ask anyone on a pit crew if protecting your driver at all costs is part of their job description.

2) Everyone, including drivers should know by now... take a breath, take a walk, take a moment ... but CHILL, in front of the camera's. Everything can be discussed, hashed out, fought out later, away from the public eyes. All owners should punish "angry drivers" who go to another's camp, with an agenda. Just should not be allowed. For everyone who says "This is part of NASCAR & it's history" ... I would reply so was racism. Just because it "was" ... doesn't make it right, today.

3) I always thought Joey was hyped by the media and just did not or was not able to, deliver the goods. He has some issues going on - 1) "Soccer Dad" - probably the funniest and 2) his trying so hard to earn / get respect, from being a "gentle" person, in his nature.

4) I like Denny's stance and then turn, on the free speech issue... but don't much care for him as a driver or the public persona, shown to me by the media. I like how he stood up and spoke out on speaking out... you GO Denny! and then liked the way he said the argument was getting in the way of a lot of things that affected other people and he felt he had to move on. I can totally respect that, the honesty and the courage. I suspect maybe coach Gibbs had *something* to do with his change. ;-) But I always felt he acts like a small man with a chip on his shoulder and a smug and sometimes surely attitude.


Does anyone have change for a nickle, for my 2 cents? I might need that 3 cents in the near future... :o
Smoke 'em if ya got 'em!

Sh*t happens... but don't worry, it usually happens to me.
<<

Schmoopy1000

User avatar

Posts: 4349

8060

Joined: Mon Mar 22, 2010 11:45 pm

Post Tue Mar 19, 2013 7:08 pm

Re: Lo-no-go

smokieonefour wrote:Wow... lot's of interesting opinions here. :-)

Here's my 2 cents -

1) Every pit crew member is there to protect his driver - regardless. Period, end of discussion. What ever a pit crew member does to a "charging angry driver" is within bounds. Ask anyone on a pit crew if protecting your driver at all costs is part of their job description.

2) Everyone, including drivers should know by now... take a breath, take a walk, take a moment ... but CHILL, in front of the camera's. Everything can be discussed, hashed out, fought out later, away from the public eyes. All owners should punish "angry drivers" who go to another's camp, with an agenda. Just should not be allowed. For everyone who says "This is part of NASCAR & it's history" ... I would reply so was racism. Just because it "was" ... doesn't make it right, today.

3) I always thought Joey was hyped by the media and just did not or was not able to, deliver the goods. He has some issues going on - 1) "Soccer Dad" - probably the funniest and 2) his trying so hard to earn / get respect, from being a "gentle" person, in his nature.

4) I like Denny's stance and then turn, on the free speech issue... but don't much care for him as a driver or the public persona, shown to me by the media. I like how he stood up and spoke out on speaking out... you GO Denny! and then liked the way he said the argument was getting in the way of a lot of things that affected other people and he felt he had to move on. I can totally respect that, the honesty and the courage. I suspect maybe coach Gibbs had *something* to do with his change. ;-) But I always felt he acts like a small man with a chip on his shoulder and a smug and sometimes surely attitude.


Does anyone have change for a nickle, for my 2 cents? I might need that 3 cents in the near future... :o

100% agree with your #1. I would never allow another person to get in my drivers window in anger ever. Nor should any crew member.
ImageImageImage
<<

wolfgang

User avatar

Posts: 3039

Images: 3
8045

Joined: Sun May 03, 2009 2:21 pm

Post Tue Mar 19, 2013 7:51 pm

Re: Lo-no-go

Betcha didn't see this coming did yah Kennseth? :lol: :lol: :lol: Poor Matt!
Previous

Return to NASCAR & Racing

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 5 guests

stewart haas logo footer



Terms of Use  |  Site Map  |  Privacy Policy  |  FAQ  |  Contact Us
COPYRIGHT © STEWART-HAAS RACING, LLC. All rights reserved.
Do not duplicate or redistribute in any form.
Approved by Tony Stewart & Gene Haas
PLEASE REPORT ANY PROBLEMS OR COMMENTS TO THE WEBMASTER