I flat out don't get it.
So they put something in the engine that makes the car go faster. Isn't that what racing is all about? Going faster than the other guy? Are there really rules for what you can put into a car? Like, its an anti-car-steroid policy? And if there are rules for it, may I ask why?
People go to NASCAR races to see people crash. And the more horrific the crash, the better. Well, the faster you go, the more horrific the crashes will be, no? What else is there to do at a race? Literally watch them go around and around....just admit you're there to see carnage.
Anywho, this whole thing baffles me. Can someone explain to me what the hell happened? And how the hell did they find out about this?
NASCAR is weird.
More thoughts about NASCAR:
His crew chief is getting fired. I assume that's bad. - ESPN
Glad we'll have to hear about NASCAR at Fenway Park now. - barstoolsports.com
NASCAR Power Rankings (without the season even starting) - ESPN