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NASCAR's Pemberton Decries "Kneejerk Reaction" To Gen-6 Car
Published March 8, 2013
He added, “You can’t have a kneejerk reaction when the first half-dozen races of the year are on many different types of racetracks.” Pemberton said the “only way to make improvements is to put” the car in the “hands of the experts,” the race teams. The teams “will continue to work on gaining their advantages for competition. That’s the bottom line, and when they do that they themselves will get happy with the car. It’s up to them” (“NASCAR Now,” ESPN2, 3/8).