Starworks vs. Grand-Am Heating Up?

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Starworks vs. Grand-Am Heating Up?

Post by Cynon on Sun Aug 05, 2012 3:24 pm

Teams Protesting Grand-Am's Decision to Not Throw the Book at Ganassi.

As much as I hate GAINSCO, good on'm (and SunTrust) for not putting up with Ganassi's bullshit.

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Re: Starworks vs. Grand-Am Heating Up?

Post by flyingturns89 on Sun Aug 05, 2012 3:42 pm

It says that SunTrust isn't one of the teams considering the protest. Anyway, this should be interesting.
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Re: Starworks vs. Grand-Am Heating Up?

Post by RACECAR on Mon Aug 06, 2012 3:42 am

The only penalty that needs to be applied is to that jackass Rojas. How he doesn't get a penalty for ruining a GT car's race is beyond me and its not the first time he's done this kind crap either. Either park the bastard for the reminder of the year or fire him. Eithey way, get him the hell off the track.
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Re: Starworks vs. Grand-Am Heating Up?

Post by RACECAR on Fri Aug 10, 2012 6:30 pm

Don't know if anyone has already posted this, but Enzo Potolicchio has left the Rolex Sports Car Series Effective immediately, citing "Inconsistant officiating". Now if its because of the Corvette DPs, then they should just switch over already. Oh and Enzo, great job on leaving your damn teammate high and dry, thats very supportive of you:roll:

As for the indy debacle as old as that is (never really got a chance to say much), I think the whole blaming of Montoya is way overblown (along with the "Ganassi Conspiracy"). I've been watching the whole series this season as opposed to just the companion NASCAR weekends and quite frankly, I find it idiotic that somehow Montoya just came there to wreck people when both incidents featured drivers who were equally aggressive over the season themselves (does no one remember detroit?). Barbosa made the stupid decision of opening the inside lane, then closing it while Montoya was already at his door. As much as I like Ryan Dazial, he screwed himself by running Montoya into the grass, should know by now Montoya doesn't take S*** from no one. But no, no one want's to look at this incident from all angles, they just want to blame the guy with the far bigger name because its so much better to make up the bad guy then to actually pinpoint the crybaby team who don't like being given a dose of their own medicine (remember the Rolex 24 with Mcnish and his shoving match with AJ?) Again, the only Ganassi driver I really hope gets kicked off the team is Rojas. If anyone deserves no ride or to be kicked, its him and that stupid move he pulled just further validates my extreme dislike for him.
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