what the hell is bright on can he really drive??? i offically am in the HATE BRIGHT CLUB!!!! Where is the penalty???? I am not impressed. BRIGHT LEARN TO DRIVE...i mean it was common sense, near a pit entrance use ur bloody head and realise GO ON THE OUTSIDE!!!!
I am glad he drives for Holden, wouldn't want EVER back in ford.
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Even if Bright is found wrong,I can only hope that the penilty is lost points not a fine because at the end of the year it maybe points or lack off that hurt the ford teams the most, giving them a fine realy see's no justice in my eye's,only fattens AVESCO wallet's,and I dont think it will hurt Team Brock's pocket to much.The point's score is what everyone want's, so hit them were it hurt's so they learn.
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Originally posted by Donut King I think brock called it best, not much more than an unfortunate racing incident IMHO
If you look at the replays you would see the Ambrose moves away from the inside white line and gives bright a small opening to jump through. He goes for it as Ambrose moves to enter pit lane. This causes bright to hit Ambrose's passenger rear tyre with his drivers side front tyre. If you look closely at the replays you can see the tyre front right tyre pointing at Ambrose's car and the other pointing away from it straight after the hit. That corner they were coming around puts much of the stress on the right hand tyre, which on bright's car was buggered. So he is understeering badly and there is only one person in his way, Ambrose. That results in ambrose being spun around. You would have then noticed, one or two laps later, on the final corner going onto the straight that bright's right front wheel vaibrating badly. My guess is a broken steering arm.
If the race went green again Bright would have been stuffed, as he couldn't drive at pace with only 1 wheel doing any steering.
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