The Frontstretch: Top Ten Ways NASCAR Could Make Drivers Settle Their Differences Off the Track by Frontstretch Staff -- Wednesday March 27, 2013

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Both drivers must act more PC than Jimmie Johnson at all times, grow a perfectly groomed beard and get drilled in the back of the head with champagne by Chad Knaus.

10. A boxing ring in the infield—all proceeds from tickets go to charity.

9. Enter them in the Demolition Derby at the county fair.

8. Put them ten feet apart and let them fire water bottles at one another until someone calls “uncle”..

7. Two words: JELL-O wrestling!

6. Tiddly Winks.

5. A cook off … with Chef Ramsay as the judge.

4. Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock. Bazinga!

3. Tie them together for 48 hours. One is the right hand and one is the left hand.

2. Wedgie wars!

1. They have to ride home from the track together … in the back seat of Mike Helton’s car.

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03/27/2013 08:19 AM

I went to a military school in the ’80’s and we had a boxing ring. If you got in a fight with someone, the teachers would put you in the boxing ring with the other guy and let you have at it. It was great.

Now it’s knives, guns, explosives, etc. And the kids are wimps that don’t know how to do anything else.

03/27/2013 11:59 AM

Breaking a drivers back,by intentionally wrecking him, is not funny. from the post race comments it’s obvious what joey’s mindset was. I believe he who intentionally wrecks and injures should be parked until the injured driver is able to return.

Kevin in SoCal
03/27/2013 01:09 PM

Bonnie needs to re-watch the video. There was nothing intentional there, other than two drivers doing everything they could to win the race over the other guy. And Joey didnt know Hamlin was hurt when he made the comments. He apologized immediately.

03/27/2013 02:27 PM

I took Logano’s comment about Hamlin’s deserving what he got as a “what goes around, comes around” type of comment, not that he meant to wreck the guy. Not a fan of either one of those guys but I saw good, hard racing, not a payback.

03/27/2013 02:43 PM

Sorry Bonnie yuor out to lunch on this one..The only person who is with with is m waltrip & thats just Toyota Team talk (IE: Micheal is completly biased as an owner & should not EVER be commentary at the race)Hamlin was a huge part of his own demise (opinion only) ..As for # 1…Why punish Helton?

Bruce Simmons
03/27/2013 11:59 PM

Rope off a huge section in the infield, give the boys a few “Airsoft” rifles, and let the best (toughest) man win. (Hey guys!)

Lunar Tunes
03/28/2013 11:25 PM

All I know is, these lists are SO much better since you fired that idiot that did them every other week last year!

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