First of all, I hope this thread dies a very quick death
I like Corey and Frank and both drivers share something very basic in common - they're HUMAN. Even as a minister I make mistakes everyday, some days I say things I shouldn't say, some days I don't say what I should have said, same with action, etc. I think what we need to realize is that with racing there is always going to be emotion that can either be your greatest asset in a moment of decision or your greatest weakness.
Hearing from those at GTRP who saw Corey that night at the office, they saw in Corey's eyes what I knew all along they would see, which was regret and desire to go back and do things differently. I can't wait to see Corey back out on the speedway, both at GTRP and Battleground.
To my camera man (Terry), I am sorry if I was rude in my approach toward you concerning the camera work surrounding the Corey/Frank incident, you did what you thought was correct at the time and I respect that in hindsight. All my mind could consider was one of the most famous fights witnessed by the racing world during the first television broadcast of the Daytona 500 in Feburary 1979. The France family owes CBS and that specific camera man a lot of $$$ for the revenue/attention that one broadcast caused. Again if I offended, I apologize.