Thursday, February 15, 2007

In Red State News Today, NASCAR Cheating Scandal Widens
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- The cheating scandal that has rocked NASCAR widened yesterday. This time the No. 55 Toyota team of two-time Daytona 500 winner Michael Waltrip was the focus.

Waltrip, one of the most visible drivers in the Nextel Cup series, is the latest to feel the wrath of NASCAR bosses who have promised to crack down on rule breakers as it gets ready for Sunday's Daytona 500 - the biggest and richest event on its race calendar.

NASCAR competition director Robin Pemberton said that inspectors found "a foreign substance" in the gasoline being used by the No. 55 car.

I personally blame the Dixie Chicks, Al Franken, and Michael Moore for the fact that a lot NASCAR drivers and teams are big stinking cheats. Because of the lax morality displayed by the above mentioned individuals, it has made it harder to stay moral in the taking a left turn for 500 miles circuit.

Four other crew chiefs from other teams have been suspended as well. They were all humming from "Shut Up and Sing", so there you go.