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Title: Richard Childress Went After Kyle Busch Saturday At Kansas Speedway
Post by: Bigdaddy on June 04, 2011, 10:56:45 PM
http://www.myfox8.com/news/wghp-story-ap-kyle-busch-childress-110604,0,4877478.story?track=rss (http://www.myfox8.com/news/wghp-story-ap-kyle-busch-childress-110604,0,4877478.story?track=rss)

 ==np


Title: Re: Richard Childress Went After Kyle Busch Saturday At Kansas Speedway
Post by: Uncle Steve on June 07, 2011, 07:54:56 AM
 a=f  that makes two times he got popped in the nose ,,jimmy and richard  ++peace a=f


Title: Re: Richard Childress Went After Kyle Busch Saturday At Kansas Speedway
Post by: Boggerram87 on June 07, 2011, 08:22:16 AM
 applaudd


Title: Re: Richard Childress Went After Kyle Busch Saturday At Kansas Speedway
Post by: magic on June 07, 2011, 08:24:35 AM
a=f  that makes two times he got popped in the nose ,,jimmy and richard  ++peace a=f

yeah he is a great driver but is a real d bag...his nickname should be dale earnharts ghost


Title: Re: Richard Childress Went After Kyle Busch Saturday At Kansas Speedway
Post by: Bigdaddy on June 07, 2011, 09:41:36 AM
Childress fined $150K, on probation until Dec. 31

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- NASCAR has fined owner Richard Childress $150,000 and placed him on NASCAR probation until Dec. 31 for violating Section 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing -- involved in an altercation in the garage area) of the 2011 NASCAR rule book. The violation occurred following the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race June 4 at Kansas Speedway.

The probation includes all NASCAR-sanctioned events.

"The penalty we have announced today for Richard Childress reflects NASCAR's response to the incident at Kansas Speedway on Saturday," a release from NASCAR said. "We feel this action is appropriate and are confident all parties involved understand our position on this matter and will move forward appropriately."

In a statement released Monday, Childress said, "First of all, I'm responsible for my actions, plain and simple. As you know, I am a very principled person and have a passion for what we do at Richard Childress Racing. I believe passionately in defending my race teams and my sponsor partners. In this instance, I let that passion and my emotions get the best of me. I accept the penalty NASCAR announced today and, as a company, we will now focus on this week's races at Pocono Raceway and Texas Motor Speedway."