I always thought that NASCAR was "sport" for real men, who would man up and wear heavy racing suits in 100+-degree weather and zoom around treacherous tracks at speeds over 200 mph. Well after seeing this crew chief pull a total b*tch move, I've lost some respect for NASCAR.
The scene was the NAPA 200 in Montreal on Saturday, where Patrick Carpentier had an incident with Steve Wallace. Wallace tapped Carpentier's car and sent him spinning. This was Carpentier's final race of his career and was not the way he or his pit crew wanted to go out. Carpentier’s crew chief Jerry Baxter was not going down without a fight, or catfight in this circ*mstance. Baxter ran over to Wallace's car, reached in and pulled his hair. What kind of p*ssy-ass sh*t is that? At least get a few jabs in through the window, or be a man and confront the guy after the race. Don't go pulling hair like you just got your period and he stole your Coach purse that had all of your tampons.
Hey Jerry, he didn't slam your driver, he didn't bump him, he didn't nudge him... he *rubbed* him. And rubbin, son, is racin'.