NASCAR delivers the wrong message
When NASCAR told drivers "have at it," they meant it. Vigilante justice has prevailed.
Carl Edwards has received a three-race probation for deliberately wrecking Brad Keselowski on Sunday at Atlanta, sending Keselowski's car upside down and airborne into the wall and catch fencing.
To call this penalty a slap on the wrist would be an insult to the pain of wrist slapping. This is no penalty whatsoever.
Carl got away with it, and the message to the other drivers in the garage ...
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