Drivers ponder speedometers in cars
LONG POND, Pa. -- Unlike a driver nabbed going 70 mph in a 55 zone, Juan Pablo Montoya couldn't talk his way out his speeding ticket.
Not when NASCAR's the traffic cop.
Busted at the Brickyard for speeding on the final pit stop, the penalty cost Montoya his shot at winning on the historic track.
Perhaps the result would have been different if Montoya had a speedometer instead of relying on a tachometer that monitors engine RPMs. Or maybe he would finished 11th anyway.
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