We have all seen races were the driver seems more made at the reporter than the guy who spun him out. Don't deny it, Tony Stewart got made at some reporter named Mike, Tony had been wrecked by his teammate, the reporter asked Tony "What happened?", and Tony's response was "You had a better look than I did, you saw the replay I didn't" and his attitude was directed toward the reporter. Can we all just take a minute to look at things in a different way.
you come home from a hard days work your wife asks you "how was your day?" you don't want to hear it nor explain it, the only difference is, she doesn't know what happened. In this sport the reporters already know what happened, it's like their just saying "please yell at me, I'm waiting to hear your B.S." Seriously the reporters should stop asking such stupid questions to drivers right after they get out of the car.
It's nice to get both sides of the story but do it when the drivers are cooled off, no wonder Robby Gordon got fined for calling Michael Waltrip a "Piece of shit".
To put it to you quite simple in my eyes the reporters are sharks and the drivers are helpless bloody humans, whose gonna win this battle? You be the judge.
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