Denny Hamlin's appeal about the penalty he received was unsuccessful. One of his colleagues, Kyle Busch, decided to support Hamlin and emphasize why he took his side. Some things about NASCAR and their policies are still unclear to Busch.
“Well, I think where I agree a lot with Denny is — if we’re supposed to be self-policing and have the opportunity to be able to go out there and do something if someone did something to us and us to be able to go back and retaliate, how are we supposed to do that?” Busch said.
“Tell me what is and isn’t OK. Apparently saying it two days after the fact is not OK. Saying it right after the fact when you’re still ‘hot and bothered’ is OK”.
Kyle Busch gives ideas
Kyle Busch has many ideas that NASCAR could implement in the future.
One of them was suggested during the conversation. “You want to bring up an example from COTA. You had the No. 1 that got into the No. 48 who went into the No. 99. So who do you penalize between the No. 48 and the No. 1, right? All of them.
Anybody that is involved in the caution, go to the back,” - he continued. Kyle Busch believes such things must be implemented, given that they have been applied since the earliest days. There are many who have objections to NASCAR and their regular 'bizarre' moves, but some decisions simply have to be accepted.
“That’s how we do it with the kids racing at seven years old. So if we can teach seven and eight-year-olds that’s not the way you’re supposed to do it and you need to race clean, then surely we should be able to teach 18 or 19-year-olds to Harvick’s 46 or 47. We should be able to figure it out,” Busch added.