Thanks Kyle...........

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for driving home the point that you are a loser:loser:, even with lots of wins! And you KB lovers can bite me if you dont agree with me on this one!:nana:

So he parks his vehicle on the track again and leaves it for Ballew's guys to come and remove from the track. I dont care how good you are, at some point its just disrespecting the crew, the owner, AND nascar. Not to mention how stupid HE looked running away like a coward as the fans were booing the hell out of him.:bigclap:
Can some of you fanclub members (and thats not meant in a mean way) send him a message to put his big girl panties on and deal with it! He has to play by the same rules as the drivers that he feels are beneath him.

Will he ever grow up????
 

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Thanks.
That is a pretty crappy thing to do to your team, he sure has a lot of growing up to do. Like I've said before, once he matures (he's come a ways so far but not far enough) the rest of the field better watch out because a cool head and his talents combined would be pretty close to unstoppable.

Still a Kyle fan though.
 

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I think Kyle had a sponsorship engagement to make.

As for the crew having to load the truck up. That's their job. Do you think Harvick stuck around to load the truck?

Do you think Jr could EVEN push the car onto the truck? :jj:

At least you are predictable, Easy Money. At least Kyle gave you something directly this time. Last week you had to use his spotter for attention.
 

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I think Kyle had a sponsorship engagement to make.

As for the crew having to load the truck up. That's their job. Do you think Harvick stuck around to load the truck?

Do you think Jr could EVEN push the car onto the truck? :jj:

At least you are predictable, Easy Money. At least Kyle gave you something directly this time. Last week you had to use his spotter for attention.

Check your facts dude, I never said they had to load the truck up. And if it was a "sponsorship engagement", he was the only that seem to know about it.
I like his spotter less than I like him. As I said before, and of course you chose to respond in a way that doesnt even make sense to what I said, THAT HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH JR OR KYLE!

And whats wrong with predictable, that just means the crew would know where to look for my truck!:smug:
 

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The sponsorship thing was more tongue and cheek than anything else. I KNEW nobody would buy it :)

If he had stayed and did interviews, you would have probably commented on his bad attitude during the interview. Or maybe that his girlfriend had the wrong color makeup on. Who knows.
 

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Dude, I dont give 2 craps about his GF's make up or anything else like that. I think he is disrespectful 80% of the time, the other 20 who knows. He's a hell of a driver and he is ridin a high right now. The tide will turn and someone else will ride it, no biggie.
 

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HA HA!!!

This is too much fun. And it's what the sport needs. Most people have already forgotten who won the Martinsville cup race. Mr. Vanilla (with a beard! my gosh!)

This is the stuff that is talked about for years. Just like "jaws" back in the day. We NEED more of this. ;)
 

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I'm not a Kyle fan but really, he wasn't under any obligation to stay at the track and do interviews. He finished 17th. What about the other 20 or 30 drivers that left the race without an interview? It takes all kinds to make up this sport. IMO this sport needs people like Kyle. You don't have to like him but he does get everyone talking. Some people probably tune into this sport just to see what he'll do next. I don't care for him or people like him but he does make the sport more fun to watch. If I'd been lucky enough to have been at that race, I'd probably be booing him like most everyone else. Heck, sometimes I boo him from the comfort of my own recliner!
 

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I'm not a Kyle fan but really, he wasn't under any obligation to stay at the track and do interviews. He finished 17th. What about the other 20 or 30 drivers that left the race without an interview? It takes all kinds to make up this sport. IMO this sport needs people like Kyle. You don't have to like him but he does get everyone talking. Some people probably tune into this sport just to see what he'll do next. I don't care for him or people like him but he does make the sport more fun to watch. If I'd been lucky enough to have been at that race, I'd probably be booing him like most everyone else. Heck, sometimes I boo him from the comfort of my own recliner!

I thought the points leader was obligated to give an interview? Or is that just Cup?
 

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I don't think that is the case in Cup. I think that it is the top 5 only. I could certainly be wrong.
 

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I thought the points leader was obligated to give an interview? Or is that just Cup?

This is all I could find on that subject......

Drivers Snub Media at Kansas; Penalties in the future? NASCAR may be considering penalizing drivers who fail to meet media obligations following race events, said Jim Hunter, NASCAR's vice president for corporate communications. Hunter said Sunday the sanctioning body will review the policies of of other professional sports regarding media responsibilities of participants. His comments came after driver #9-Bill Elliott refused to attend a post-race news conference Sunday. Elliott finished second in Sunday's Banquet 400 at Kansas Speedway. #42-Jamie McMurray, the rookie of the race, also failed to attend the post-race news conferences. Typically, the top-three finishers in each race, along with the highest-finishing rookie, are required to attend post-race media news conferences.(ThatsRacin.com)(10-6-2003)
 

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I could be way off on that. I thought I rememberd hearing about Tony Stewart getting a fine for not sticking around 2 yrs ago. He finished top 3 and the media had mentioned that the top 3 are obligated to post race interviews as well as the points leader..

Its very possiable I imagined the whole thing!
 

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I searched back through 2001 and can't find that. He's been fined plenty over the years but I can't find anything about that fine.
 

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Just watched the video, laughed my ass off. I'm surprised he could run after shooting himself in the foot. He sure did make a spectacle of himself, made sure he took off in the direction where the cameras could catch him running off. I even think I saw the tears flying off his pretty little face. waaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh! :pointlaugh: :2funny: