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NASCAR Rules We Question: Edwards’ Tire, Busch’s Debris and Earnhardt at Daytona

News Flash: Carl Edwards should not have won the Kobalt Tools 400, or at least it should have been made harder on him. On lap 150, three pit road penalties were dropped upon teams, although it should have been four. Kevin Harvick and Jeff Burton each got busted for speeding, while Tony Stewart got busted for leaving his pit stall with equipment. If you look at Carl Edwards, he should have been penalized for a tire being outside of the pit box when he left. The proper penalty for a tire leaving the pits is tail end of the longest. If the tire rolls into another team's pit stall or onto the middle of pit road or infield grass, that is your penalty. Edwards' tire rolled into the empty stall behind his and because his crew member grabbed it bef...

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