The Frontstretch: Top Ten Real Reasons For The Late Debris Caution At Charlotte by Frontstretch Staff -- Wednesday October 16, 2013

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Top Ten Real Reasons For The Late Debris Caution At Charlotte

Frontstretch Staff · Wednesday October 16, 2013

 

Answering the pleas to avoid another Jimmie Johnson win…

10. ABC needed another commercial break.

9. Attempting to get Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski restarting side-by-side, bringing actual drama to the race.

8. A horde of teenage Kasey Kahne fans were gathering menacingly outside the tower.

7. Afraid of another “Spingate” situation. No need for an investigation if they took care of the caution themselves…

6. Brian France didn’t have Jimmie Johnson in the office pool this week.

5. Just to feed the conspiracy theories.

4. We promised all those corporate types a show, and they’re going to get one! Fans don’t like fake debris cautions? Yeah, so?

3. Slow night on Twitter. Wanted to keep the feed moving.

2. Official fell asleep and accidentally hit the caution button with his forehead.

1. Because Brian France said so…

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jmoney
10/17/2013 11:36 AM
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Did NASCAR fine themselves for attempting to “manipulate the outcome” of a race?

Just Wondering
MWR

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