In my opinion #264 is guilty; the pics tell the damage they did to those c10 cars. SCORE already gave them one hour penalty. Does #264 truck have to pay for the damages? My answer is yes.
Robby Gordon got disqualified in the 1999 Baja 1000 for abusive nerfing to a class 10 car stopped at a checkpoint. Andrew Myers was the driver of the 10 car, and couldn´t finished due to the severe hit.
I don’t Prerun with people that are not safe. When you have a kid that is not even old enough to drive a vehicle on the road doing stuff like he was doing in the video, you are asking for an accident. He is not old enough to understand weight and inertia. I don’t want him accidentally killing kids or others when the 6000lb vehicle get out of control. It will not be good for him and most certainly NOT good for the sport.
Quote of the day.I am not bowing to the alter of The Gordon Family Tree, but I have seen a few people come and go, Max Gordon is not only more mature and 'pro' than most (likely from watching his Dad's successes AND failures) but he has legitimate car control and skill (which is most likely from watching Rob Mac )
MP: Speaking from experience on this; it sucks to be taken out (especially when leading) by a back marker from a faster class pulling a "dickhead" move (even more so depending on how they respond to you).I can’t imagine the disappointment of having someone else take you out of a race like that and then not even apologize.