My column in Globe Drive this week mainly covers the new NASCAR rule that prohibits the behaviour that got Kevin Ward Je. Killed.
Obviously the “no hot track” rule comes too late for Ward but it seems that NASCAR’s hands were tied.
Had the series not acted, it would have been see as callous or worse reckless had another driver died under similar circumstances.
Also in this weeks’s offering, I look at Alex Tagliani’s excellent team effort at Mid-Ohio on Saturday, Bruno Spengler hitting the century mark in DTM, how a new rule in DTM vindicated Robert Wickens, and finally I suggest that Ferrari’s Alonso is easily the top driver in Formula One so far.
Read it here