Welcome to Warped Wednesday. On this, we'll put out the rush to judgment mat, go a little too far and have a little fun. Will it be funny? Sometimes. Will it be crazy and largely unbelievable? Probably. Will not everyone get it? Definitely.
The concept of a driver’s rear bumper serving as his offensive line is absurd. It’s NASCAR and not NASCAB for a reason. There’s no place for blocking in NASCAR.
Blocking, otherwise known as the technique that Joey Logano used to fend off Tony Stewart last week with 11 laps to go and, subsequently, get Stewart to go after him is a dirty tactic that shouldn’t be used at any point in a professional auto race, whether it’s the first or the last lap.
There’s a saying that the best defense is a best offense. That statement should be a universal truth in NASCAR. Don’t want to get passed? Just drive faster than the driver behind you. If he can’t catch you, he can’t pass you. If a driver makes a move to the inside or outside to pass another, the driverRead More »from Warped Wednesday: Put the block on blocking