Skip to content

NASCAR America video: Will NASCAR strengthen enforcement of drivers leaving cars after wrecks?

Aug 13, 2014, 6:46 PM EST

Coke Zero 400 - Qualifying Getty Images

On Wednesday’s edition of NASCAR America, correspondent Nate Ryan discussed that in light of the Tony Stewart/Kevin Ward Jr. tragedy, will NASCAR strengthen enforcement of rules about drivers staying in their cars after being involved in wrecks.

Ryan also addressed car sponsorships for several drivers for next year.

Follow me @JerryBonkowski

  1. indycarseries500 - Aug 14, 2014 at 12:05 PM

    With the exception of Stewart on Irwin at Martinsville in 99 and Kurt Busch at Indianapolis in 2002, I can’t recall anyone getting dangerously close to traffic in NASCAR’s top divisions. Of course this doesn’t cover any future acts of stupidity.

  2. chad4208 - Aug 14, 2014 at 2:10 PM

    besides, the proposed rule and rules passed at these local tracks do NOT cover the problem. The problem is getting close to traffic, not staying in the car. So the officials say “ok man, you can get out of your car” Then the driver runs at traffic. Under the rules passed by local tracks, that is not illegal. As long as the offical says you can get out of your car (or the car is on fire) you can run toward traffic all you please bc the only thing illegal is getting out of the car. Its stupid…just plain stupid. Not to mention an over reaction

Leave Comment

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!

Video from NASCAR America

Kevin Harvick's well deserved Sprint Cup
Top 10 NASCAR Driver Searches
  1. J. Gordon (1494)
  2. T. Stewart (1452)
  3. J. McMurray (1447)
  4. A. Dillon (1197)
  5. B. Scott (1076)