Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Riggs Crewman To Be Suspended Indefinitely For Harvick Push

Sirius Speedway has learned that NASCAR will announce later today that it has indefinitely suspended Craig "C.C." Curione, the front tire carrier for Scott Riggs' No. 10 Dodge, for his role in a postrace altercation Sunday night at Texas Motor Speedway.

Curione was identified as the member of Riggs' Evernham Motorsports crew who shoved Kevin Harvick from behind while he and his wife, DeLana, were walking to the infield media center following the Dickies 500. The Harvicks and NASCAR official John Sacco all fell, landing in the path of the No. 10 team's war wagon, which hit Sacco and left him with a sprained ankle. The Harvicks were not hurt.

Spokesman Kerry Tharp said earlier today, "NASCAR has been looking into this postrace incident since it occurred. It's something we take very seriously. An announcement regarding a course of action could come as early as Tuesday."

A spokeswoman for Evernham Motorsports said the team has cooperated with NASCAR's investigation, and will have no comment until a final determination has been made.

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:59 PM

    He shouldn't be suspended, he should be rewarded. Nobody needs a beating worse than that whining little suck Harvick. It LONG overdue. He spins people out at will but if he gets spun , he thinks the world should stop.

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  2. B. Douglas5:44 PM

    That figures, talk about chicken, the last comment you posted was left by "anonymous" stating that it was ok to hit a woman from behind. Harvick didn't touch Riggs.
    Let the drivers settle it on the track period. Harvick is an absolute pleasure to watch in a sport that is fastly becoming vanilla.

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  3. Anonymous11:02 PM

    Buncha wusses.......that guy from Evernham should have been PERMANATELY barred from any NASCAR event.....I'm not a Harvick fan persay but dang.....can you say Redneck?

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