Bush League

9FNZ

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Absolutely bush league, David Gilliland intentionally hitting JP in the right rear sending him nose first into the wall at 180++ in BS, NASCAR step up to the plate and park him. If he's gonna pull that crap he don't seserve to be out there. Period
 

Snoozer

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They did park him for the race. We'll see what happens Tuesday. it was funny seeing Gilland trying to talk his way out of it on ABC.
 

brett1963

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No further penalties it looks like..Davey must have talked em out of it. :rolleyes:

I'm feeling really bad for Enrique in Texas however :bigcry:

Juan has been running really well of late and these incidents have got be wearing thin on him.
 

DexterMorgan

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Was Enrique on TMD this morning? I was looking forward to hearing his response. That little incident needs to be looked at. That kind of road rage when a a guy shoves you up the hill is absolutly unacceptable. Thats not even counting how his team must feel about it.
 

brett1963

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Look, I feel parking a driver for a race has got to come from a complete heinous violation of rules (i.e. drugs etc).

Having been a Spencer for a long time I know how bad it sucks to have your guy sit for a race. And taking that incident (Busch/Spencer in 2003) as an example here, Gilliland
did exactly the right thing in NASCAR's view based on Spencer ruling.

Had Gilliland done nothing after Juan jacked him up a couple times and punched Juan in the nose after the race he would have been parked the next week, instead he takes it out on the track and only gets 5 laps and goes on to race another day.

I aint saying either is right, just shows how sometimes NASCAR gets things bassackwards.

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All I can say is thank g-d no one was hurt and we still get to see JPM race. What happened was really not right, you do not intentally take out a driver. What was the motive of all this?
 

DexterMorgan

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Im sure Gilliland has his reasons. They were probably jacking each other around, maybe JPM gave him the finger or something and Gilliland lost it.

Ill say though, for ANYBODY who thinks JPM is "done and moved on" despite what he says doesnt know JPM. Gilliland will get whats coming to him at some point, you just wait to see.
 

mghtx

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Juan's been tickin' drivers off for the last two seasons and people have been saying that one of these days somebody's gonna get him.

But there's a time and place for everything and that wasn't good.
 

thegame310

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In my opinion...David Gilliland shouldnt even be driving in cup. He won 1 Busch Race...1...then they started acting like he is the second coming of Dale Sr...and look at him...hasn't done a thing.