Saturday, May 7, 2011
Micheal Waltrip Exec Defends Start and Park
Keeping in mind this is written by an MWR fellow and most of the START & PARK entries are Toyotas with Waltrip's crony, Phil Parsons, one of the major participants in the onerous practice perhaps this helps flush out their agenda.
The bottom line is NASCAR still struggles to be considered a major sport. Sports have rules and minimum requirements for competition. When slugs who don't bother to show up with the necessities to race and shut out possible sponsored entries, the whole process becomes a joke and NASCAR's integrity is at stake.
Others disagree, read this and see for yourself:
If the conclusions reached in this article are in fact NASCAR's reasons, the sport has to question its business model.