Dale Earnhardt Jr: Looking To Hit You ,Or Just Misunderstood

FORT WORTH, TX - APRIL 05:  Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the #88 National Guard/AMP Energy Chevrolet, leads a group of cars during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Samsung 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on April 5, 2009 in Fort Worth, Texas.  (Photo by Jason Smith/Getty Images for NASCAR)
al asifyouknowSenior Analyst IApril 21, 2009

Come on baby hit me one more time!

It's getting to be a habit, looking for the hit, remember the Brian Vickers thing and last week, "allegedly", he was looking to get to Montoya.

This week, he went after Casey Mears. If you are a true and non partial race fan, please take a look at the tape and notice that Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s car was dancing all over the place, the back of that car looked like the pendulum of my granpa's clock.

I really don't think Mears was trying to get him, Earnhardt's reaction looks to be just the behavior of a frustrated athlete, you need to put the blame on the folks who are handling him.

They need to take control of the situation before something serious happens, like someone getting hurt.

We could all agree that excusing this as just "racing" or "rubbing is racing" might be just wishful thinking, this is flat out intentional and should be punished harshly. Agree?

The best way to get this driver back in the grove, is to help him control his temper on the track, it looks like his main problem might be between his ears.

Just guessing, just an opinion Junior Nation. He is still a very likable person.

 

 

 

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