If they want to get out of their cars and do their thing, that's OK with usBusch, Stewart warned by NASCAR Feb 09, 2008
Stewart and Busch were immediately summoned to a meeting with NASCAR vice president for competition Robin Pemberton and Sprint Cup Series director John DarbyStewart-Busch incidents at Daytona Feb 08, 2008
We found unapproved devices that, in the opinion of our competition folks, enhanced the aerodynamic performance of those cars todayReport: Two have problems at Daytona Feb 12, 2007
We have just finished a long and tedious process deciding what to do with the No. 2 carRusty Wallace fined for infraction Feb 14, 2003
Last year at this race, the night before, we put a smaller restrictor plate on the cars after they approached 200 miles an hour in the final practice sessionBig crash scares drivers Oct 21, 2001
James MacGregor Hunter (born June 22, 1964 in Jersey City, New Jersey) is a Major League baseball pitcher who had a brief career with the Milwaukee Brewers during the 1991 MLB season.
Originally drafted by the Montreal Expos out of the University of Georgia in 1985, Hunter's contract was purchased by the Brewers the following year. However, he would not make his Major League debut until 1991. He played in a total of 8 games, starting in 6 of those, and posted an 0-5 record with a 7.26 ERA. Hunter was granted free agency that same October, and did not play for another Major League club.
Hunter is noted for his 1991 game against the Kansas City Royals, wherein he shattered a batter’s ankle with a devastatingly accurate and powerful throw. Hunter claims that the pitch followed his intended trajectory; regardless, it is likely directly responsible for the end of Hunter’s career.