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A Historic Day in NASCAR, For All The Wrong Reasons

Jot down March 9th, 2010 in the annals of NASCAR history. Years from now we will look back upon this date with vivid feeling, for March 9th, 2010 was the day NASCAR decided that you can wreck whoever you want, whenever you want, with disregard to the safety of drivers and fans without repercussion.

NASCAR had a chance to make a strong statement against the actions performed by
Carl Edwards this past Sunday. It is unlikely any major sport in this country or
the world would want to condone such a dangerous maneuver.

For reasons we may never understand, NASCAR decided that Edwards had punishment
enough from his parking at the end of the Kobalt Tools 500. They decided that purposefully wrecking someone, whose ...

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