Disciple of INDYCAR Weblog

October 10, 2008

Let’s Commence to Wrasslin’

Filed under: The Disciple Blogs — Disciple of INDYCAR @ 12:53 pm

Carl Edwards

One entertaining aspect of the Indy Car off season (well, there is that Australian exhibition) is when NASCAR goes WWE. There was an altercation in the garage area of Lowes Motor Speedway between Kevin Harvick, who was involved in a ‘big one’ at Talladega, and Carl Edwards, the apparent bipolar jalopy pilot who triggered that particular melee.  

 

Evidently Edwards showed up at Harvick’s garage, then huffing and puffing, followed by pushing and shoving, ensued. Although photographers captured the magic moments in images, the France Reich stepped in and squished the possibility of publication.  

 

My only wish is that at least audio recording would have occurred. I would have loved to have heard the epithets hurled by both and members of the crew.  

 

Kevin Harvick

 

 

Look, if these people are perceived to be rednecks then act like it. Celebrate it for Gods sake.  NASCAR needs to get back to the age when ‘sanitizing an event’ was akin to the placement of little strips of paper that would get wrapped around toilet seats in cheap hotels. They overreact a bit too much these days.

 

Let ‘em fight. Then put it up on the web so we can laugh. Simple.

 

 

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2 Comments »

  1. I think you meant to post a picture of the other end of the horse in reference to Carl Edwards! Or maybe a picture of a roided-up bipolar Jack-Ass. Just my thoughts….

    Comment by Justin — October 10, 2008 @ 3:45 pm | Reply

  2. A Nascar race is like watching the Special Olympics. The organization is nothing but retards, all the competitors are retards, and a retard will be the winner. But, at the end of the day everyone remains retarded.

    Comment by Robin Miller — October 11, 2008 @ 10:04 pm | Reply


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