Nascar's Diversity Program Was In Full Gear at Indy.

al asifyouknowSenior Analyst IJuly 27, 2009

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All this questions have to be asked , after all even Tony Steward admitted he was given a lesson by the Target car.

This is a team with middle of the road equipment, who has been able to get into the top ten in a series that has five Hendrick teams sniffing at the chase.

I say five, unless we all want to pretend the Steward cars are not Hendrick equipment.

Pretending seams to be the order of the day in this series lately.

Anyway, can this team get over this?

Will NASCAR further inflict a death blow to EGR by penalizing Montoya points for complaining?

I bet complaining with an Spanish accent has bonus penalty, hey ! I’m only guessing.

I think Juan messed by talking in English, he should of done like Ricky Ricardo, after saying “you got some explaining to do Fancesea” than he should of just cussed them out in Spanish .

I have a feeling NASCAR will penalize him for talking, I hope they take 200 points away, I like to see NASCAR force him out..

Seriously, this driver is not a bush league player , and deserves better respect than what he got Sunday.

This is what’s happens when a company is a Kingship, as is NASCAR, only one man makes the decisions, in football, baseball even boxing many folks make the rules , fallow them and are held accountable to a governing body.

Who is NASCAR accountable to? Only to the King . Ruler or Dictator pick your poison.

This is why so many things in the rulings NASCAR are hard to understand, the latest is the Mayfield case, every week you hear something different from them.

I personally think Montoya will no longer give a crap about this , so look for a more aggressive Juan , did you see Juan door slam Logano at the end of the race to gain a spot , look for lots of that.

It’s a shame , but I guess NASCAR got the right guy in the winners circle.