Huh? Surely you are not serious? Personally, I credit Kez with a mistake for taking the outside lane, thus introducing the possibility Chase might do what he did. Not smart by Kez. But to say Chase did not bump-and-run... well that is flat wrong. That's the kind of stuff that opens Chase up to backlash on here... when his fans look at cut-and-dried events and come up with screwball interpretations like that one. I think you should stick with... that's part of the deal, Nascar is a contact sport when the win is on the line, Kez blundered by taking the wrong lane, and Chase moved him to go for the win. You're on firm ground that way, and most everyone can agree with you including me.