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Old 26 May 2003, 16:22 (Ref:610603)   #31
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Was finally able to see higlights from Winston yesterday evening (that's what it is to be a European NASCAR fan!).
My verdict: the first one with Marlin was a racing accident, Gordon got too low and slipped from the white line, but the other tap is all different story, that was not an accident!
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Old 26 May 2003, 18:04 (Ref:610692)   #32
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Agree totally with 429CJ. Second incident was deliberate. Antics like this usually end up with retribution that does nobody involved any good whatsoever.
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Old 2 Jun 2003, 19:55 (Ref:618299)   #33
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Not sure about the incident at Dover with Marlon. I think that he probably was sucked towards the #40 and couldn't avoid the collision, but it does always seem to be Gordon doesn't it?
Is he too agressive, is it deliberate or just a coincidence?
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Old 2 Jun 2003, 22:19 (Ref:618478)   #34
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Jeff Gordon is an amateur at tapping people compared to what Dale Earnhardt, sr was. There are some others currently that are much worse than Jeff. Harvick was one of the worst until Nascar suspended him but the book is still out on him.
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Old 4 Jun 2003, 15:20 (Ref:620690)   #35
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Jeff Gordon said that He got into Sterling Marlin at Dover,thereby taking full resposibilty for the incident,a normal class act by Jeff Gordon IMO,when pushed on the matter by the media,Jeff reminded the mediua about the incident at Richmond when Sterling spun Jeff out,Jeff went to the garage,made repairs & got back out to run some laps,but any contention for the win was out the window,as Jeff did seem to have a strong car early in the race before Sterling punted Him.This is just one of several races where Sterling got into The Jeff,it's happened about 4 times in the past 3 years,Sterling is finding out that payback is a bit*h,LOL,not to even mention the 2 times this year that Sterling punted Jimmie Johnson(co-owned by Jeff Gordon),it appears like a pattern to Me by Sterling Marlin,if He can't take the heat of paybacks,then perhaps Sterling should quit punting drivers as much,JMO!
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