Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Richmond Scab Report: Four Drivers Pocket Purse Money for Just Showing Up
The following drivers dishonored NASCAR and the integrity of competitive sports in Saturday night’s Sprint Cup race, qualifying for the race, and not engaging in competition pulling off the track after a brief leisurely spin around the track for a few laps. These drivers are shameless scabs working in association with owners ripping off the fans and their fellow drivers in pursuit of what could at best be seen as nebulous goals.
They are (predictably) the following drivers. To put this charade in context, these leeches occupied positions 40-43 in the race results. Jeff Gordon, who wrecked was in 39th. Driver, Landon Cassill in 38th, attempted to complete the race, 40 laps down, earned $66,500, only $300.00 more than a thief who did nothing.
Michael McDowell (#66)………$66,200.00
Mike Skinner (#60)…………….$66,050.00
Joe Nemechek (#87)……………$65,925.00
J.J. Yeley (#46)…………………$66,293.00
Start and park losers have walked off with $2,627,600.00 year-to-date.
Let NASCAR know that YOU want them to restore integrity to the sport. You work hard for your money and want to see NASCAR teams to their jobs. Sports are for winners not quitters.
The top contacts are: Brian France, NASCAR Chairman, Chief Executive Officer or Michael Helton, NASCAR President.
Office of the President, Michael Helton
Office of the Chairman, Brian France
One Daytona Boulevard
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone: (386) 253-0611
We are sorry not to have direct email addresses to NASCAR's executive office. We will publish if found. The best email we have routes to their subcontracted website,
NASCAR.com: firstname.lastname@example.org .