NASCAR & Auto Racing

June 25, 2014 7:05 PM

Inside Motorsports: A sorry state of affairs for drivers

In recent years, there seems to have developed some sort of mandatory media response to every on-track incident in NASCAR in which the offending driver must be asked whether he or she has “spoken to” or “apologized to” the other driver involved and asked if they are now “OK.” Why is this?

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