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NASCAR: Suarez calls brawl a part of racing. It isn't.
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Mar 14, 2019 6:42 AM 4+ day ago

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Those men, I'm told, are named Daniel Suarez and Michael McDowell, and they fought on pit road at ISM Raceway in Arizona after neither advanced past the first round of qualifying. After the incident, Suarez called the brawl "part of racing."

I don't know a heck of a lot about motorsports, admittedly, but as far as I understand, physically confronting your competitors is absolutely not a part of racing. It happens, apparently -- the 1979 Daytona 500 ended with Richard Petty crossing the finish line as two drivers beat the tar out of each other on the infield -- but the goal of auto racing is to drive faster than everyone else over some predetermined distance. Your ability and willingness to kick the crap out of your opponents after the engines turn off has absolutely no ...

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