Yeah, it won't erase the past goofy ideas, but it may prevent future goofy ideas.He may be replaced, and if he is so what? He still gets to be a billionaire with NO responsibilities or pressure. And if you think this ends the Nascar evolution, think again. Not going back to 175 points for the win and decreasing at 5 point increments ever again. He was the mouthpiece of all the changes but I'd be willing to bet all these changes were not just his idea. The hate on this guy is incredible and for what, being a part of Nascar TRYING to improve the competition?
That being said, thank God he hurt nobody including himself and hope he gets what he needs and learned a lesson.
An intoxicated driver as a CEO is a terrible look for a professional racing series. The PR alone should get him kicked out.He needs to get some help to get clean and sober.
Running through the stop sign could have been disastrous -- both for him and if he'd hit anyone.
Am I surprised this happened --- not one little bit.
Especially when the sport is racing a damn car.The sport can't have a figurehead leader getting busted for plowing through the Hamptons drunk and with illegal meds on him at a sensitive time.
Stunning the tolerance for this kind of sh!t, but when a clean driver says or does something controversial, this board calls for his head. The dude should not have been behind the wheel. Could have killed somebody's brother, sister, mom, dad, kid, etc. No tolerance. His ass is out. His license should be gone forever--yeah, and that goes for anybody who does this. IF he has a problem---Why is it when these assholes get caught, they always have a problem?---he can get help if he wants to--that's not my business.