The Hypocrisy Surrounding Kyle Busch vs Joey Logano
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On the last lap of the 1979 Daytona 500, Donnie Allison and Cale Yarborough were battling for the win when they made contact down the backstretch. This contact led to what is now quite possibly the most iconic scene in NASCAR history. While millions ...
Moving New Hampshire race to Vegas doesn't address bigger issues
A little fighting in NASCAR is great, but when is it too much? A little fighting in NASCAR is a good thing and serves a purpose, says Donnie Allison, the man at the center of the most famous one. But too much of a good thing is bad for everybody.
The Kyle Busch-Joey Logano scrap was fun; now stop it!
"As long as I raced you can believe I was in plenty of fights," NASCAR legend Donnie Allison recalls. The Alabama Gang member ran in what's now the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for two decades, during which he also ran every significant short ...
CRANDALL: Consistently inconsistent NASCAR
NASCAR's initial reaction to Sunday's altercation between Kyle Busch and Joey Logano on pit road after the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Las Vegas is not to react at all. "We've always said that we've got to take everything and make sure we ...