Kevin Harvick and Juan Pablo Montoya will not be penalized by Nascar following their incident at Watkins Glen.

Jim Hunter, the Nascar Vice President, confirmed the fact that the incident between the two pilots will not be punished. Hunter sustained the decision with the fact that the incident between the two drivers was something that fans liked and that no harm was done by neither driver.

"I think our fans get a big kick out of incidents that happen like Kevin Harvick and Juan Pablo Montoya doing their toe dancing and helmet grabbing after the incident on the track. Actually, I thought it was pretty funny," Hunter said.

Hunter also said that Martin Truex Jr. was the one who ignited the crash between Montoya and Harvick. Truex himself confirmed earlier this week that he tapped Montoya’s car from the back.

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tango  (372) posted on 08.16.2007

What else should one expect from morons who drive in a moron-run, moron-sanctioned, and moron-watched series? Montoya is a has-been that can’t cut it in F1 and his fellow never-was has-been Scott Speed will join him shortly it seems. Good riddance.

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