Adam Stevens: “There’s just so many rules. If anybody would ever see the rule book, it would take you a week to read it.”
NASCAR race cars are closer than they’ve ever been. As far as the sanctioning body, NASCAR is doing exactly what they’re suppose to do.
They’ve taken on the task of keeping 100-million dollar a year race teams in check. With a budget that large, the race teams are fully staffed with brainiac engineers in every depart who hold the sole purpose of pushing every page, sentence and letter in the NASCAR rule book.
Two weeks ago, Harvick failed inspection following a win at Texas Motor Speedway. The team modified the rear deck lid and spoiler to skew it to the right by 200-300 thousandths of an inch.
This week, the competition director for Stewart-Haas Racing said, ‘no NASCAR race car is 100% legal’. Of course, the fans are quick throw out the use of the word ‘cheater’.