What if NASCAR handled all sports discipline?
Carl Edwards avoided suspension for wrecking Brad Keselowski in spectacular fashion at Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup event in Atlanta. Sure, intentionally hurtling into someone would land a civilian in jail, but so would driving a car without doors in some jurisdictions. NASCAR is a different world.
NASCAR's decision to let Edwards off with three weeks of probation seems to be motivated by its attitude that drivers should be allowed to mix it up a little more, thereby giving fans more ...
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