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Its one thing to lose control of a race car, its another to intentionally try to crash someone else. Doesn't matter whether the crash happened or not.


He's Right you know.


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I'm still trying to figure out what the dumba$$ was mad about. It wasn't the other racer's fault he sucks.


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I'm still trying to figure out what the dumba$$ was mad about. It wasn't the other racer's fault he sucks.


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I'm still trying to figure out what the dumba$$ was mad about. It wasn't the other racer's fault he sucks.
Hunter likes to do the flicka flicka flick flick with the light…and when he got donkey punched…an other guy bout broke the throttle cable off whomping him past the finish line…is when Hunter went full MILLENNIAL…
 
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Dumbest thread I read in a long time. NHRA pulled his license not IHRA. All but one racer on here don't know the kid. Let the one without blame (for doing something stupid) be the first to cast stones. I'll wait.


There is a difference amongst blame(for doing something stupid). A simple mistake is one thing, this is no simple mistake. Can you name another person who intentionally went into their opponents lane and made contact with them? Can you name a worse on track event that has ever taken place? I’ll wait on that. Do we not expect a more severe punishment for a more severe mistake?




Definitely not a simple mistake.


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Dumbest thread I read in a long time. NHRA pulled his license not IHRA. All but one racer on here don't know the kid. Let the one without blame (for doing something stupid) be the first to cast stones. I'll wait.


There is a difference amongst blame(for doing something stupid). A simple mistake is one thing, this is no simple mistake. Can you name another person who intentionally went into their opponents lane and made contact with them? Can you name a worse on track event that has ever taken place? I’ll wait on that. Do we not expect a more severe punishment for a more severe mistake?




Definitely not a simple mistake.


I've seen worse.

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Bogacki wrote an appeal letter to NHRA. Maybe Hunter got his license back because of it?
 
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Bogacki wrote an appeal letter to NHRA. Maybe Hunter got his license back because of it?


Serious question - If intentionally crashing into another car won't get you suspended, what will?


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Bogacki wrote an appeal letter to NHRA

How do you know this? Is this really true? If so very disappointing to hear. There is zero defense for what happened on video for the world to see.
 
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Bogacki wrote an appeal letter to NHRA

How do you know this? Is this really true? If so very disappointing to hear. There is zero defense for what happened on video for the world to see.


You've never heard of a crime of passion defense? Sure you have, everyone has.


In criminal law, a crime of passion is a crime committed in the "heat of passion" in response to provocation, as opposed to one that was premeditated or deliberated.

You bleeding hearts are going way overboard with your crying about this.

You pretend as if something significant happened, when it didn't.
 
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Bogacki wrote an appeal letter to NHRA

How do you know this? Is this really true? If so very disappointing to hear. There is zero defense for what happened on video for the world to see.

It is and my son told me this over a month ago, who was told by a friend of bogacki.
 
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The only thing significant about Bogaki writing a letter is now he owns the kids future behavior. Bogaki knows this.

Other than that, who cares?

Only time will tell.
 
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Go Hunter Laughing Hard


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The only thing significant about Bogaki writing a letter is now he owns the kids future behavior. Bogaki knows this.

Other than that, who cares?

Only time will tell.


i agree with this statement byretow

ep-bogacki put his reputation on the line not any of us. at the end of the day i dont care anymore if he races or not.
 
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The only thing significant about Bogaki writing a letter is now he owns the kids future behavior. Bogaki knows this.

Other than that, who cares?

Only time will tell.


i agree with this statement byretow

ep-bogacki put his reputation on the line not any of us. at the end of the day i dont care anymore if he races or not.


Letter or not, there’s no evidence that NHRA has changed their position on this, is there? Has Hunter been racing at any NHRA tracks?


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The only thing significant about Bogaki writing a letter is now he owns the kids future on track behavior. Bogaki knows this.

Other than that, who cares?

Only time will tell.


i agree with this statement byretow

ep-bogacki put his reputation on the line not any of us. at the end of the day i dont care anymore if he races or not.


Any rational person will agree, so good going! Welcome aboard!

Now the bleeding hearts on the other hand, will go on and on and on and on with their make believe, fairy tales & pretending.

The other perspective worth noting is, apparently Bogaki wants to race the kid.

But then again a good racer always want the best racers they can get in the race.

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Did Bogaki, Hunter, or anyone else ever pay for the damages to the other racer's car?


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Did Bogaki, Hunter, or anyone else ever pay for the damages to the other racer's car?


Hunter paid the damages and apologized in person on his own
 
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Well I’ve seen coaches approach teachers to change the grade so the star pupil can play in the big game. Total BS! Should never happen.


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After all the safety talks Bogacki always gives on his podcast, him vouching for Hunter's actions is extremely hypocritical.
 
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