Monday, February 12, 2007

CHEATERS!! Kahne, Kenseth caught with "unapproved alterations"

In a sign that yet another season of the NASCAR Sprint/Nextel season is almost upon us, Kasey Kahne, Matt Kenseth and Michael Waltrip were all bitten by the inspection bug before the Daytona 500 even got underway. Kahne and Kenseth for flagged for unapproved alterations that enhanced the aerodynamics of their respective cars. In Waltrip's case, homeboy had his entire car confiscated following the discovery of a mysterious lubricant on the insided of his Toyota's intake manifold. The discovery has so baffled NASCAR inspectors that they shipped the intake manifold back to North Carolina for a more thorough inspection by NASCAR's R&D team. Michael might be seriously screwed; currently NASCAR does not even know if Waltrip will be allowed to race the 500 at all. Well, you know what they say:

"If you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'!"

1 comment:

KicKnWinG 2 said...

I heard they may let him run in his back-up car. Maybe it was the same stuff they found on Kenny Rodgers hand in the World Series. Must work.