Blocking theories like opinions - everyone has 1
“You’ve got to do what you think is best. I think at the end of the day, you have to remember what you do to somebody, you have to expect it’s going to be done back to you,” the veteran driver said. “If you feel like what you are doing is okay and it would be OK if it was being done to you, then you do it.”
It’s essentially about drivers policing themselves, he said, which can get complicated with a victory hanging in the balance.
“The problem we have in our sport is we have a lot of drivers that will complain when it happens to them, but when they do it to you they look at you like, `What’s wrong?’” he said.
“Because this is a self-serving sport and we tend to become selfish people in these race cars. You’ve got to be open-minded and understand what’s good for you has to be good for the next guy.”
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