Thursday, March 24, 2016

Is Nascar fixing races, to diversify who wins, to keep a variety of fans attending?

Busch was angry after the Fontana Nascar Xfinity race, which he dominated until blowing a tire midway through the final lap. Busch continued driving on the rim, saw teammate Daniel Suarez slow when he ran out of gas and tried to hold off Austin Dillon down the stretch.

If race officials had issued a caution after his tire went flat, he would have won his fourth consecutive Xfinity Series race.

Dillon got past and won the race. Busch was second, and NASCAR requires every race's top two finishers to appear in the media center for questions.

Busch made a comment on team radio during the Xfinity race in which he sarcastically suggested NASCAR had fixed the race.

Kyle Busch was fined $10,000 for failing to make a mandatory post-race appearance before media members after Saturday's Xfinity Series race. It's a requirement  for the winner and runner up.

He said Sunday night that by not doing interviews he saved himself from a larger fine.

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