Fans' Feedback On Steven Wallace

Usually, every Tuesday here at Stock Car Spin, I put together an article featuring the best comments from the previous week. This week, however, one particular article that I did got so many colorful comments, that it actually owns this week’s Fans’ Opinions column.

The article was about Steven Wallace, and if you haven’t seen it, you’re missing out on some good stuff:

THE Steven Wallace Article

Our first comment of the week comes from Steven( ironic, isn’t it?), who describes Wallace using some very colorful English, but thinks that another driver’s hot-shot kid may give him some competition:

I enjoyed your article very much. I remember reading that Wallace has an attitude problem a few years ago and it seems nothing has changed. Spoiled, entitled and privileged describe this punk. There’s another one coming though.. Randy Lajoies’ kid.

Our next comment comes from Please, who still thinks that one driver’s attitude is worse than Wallace’s. Can you guess who it might be?

Wallace still looks like a saint compared to Kyle Busch.

Thank you, Please.

And perhaps the best comment of the year comes from Tom P., who gives us Wallace’s most likely profession if he wasn’t a race car driver:

Without the generous bankroll from his father, the only quote you’d be be able to attribe to Stephen is “Would you like fries with that?

Good stuff! The comment, not the fries, though I could go for some right about now.

Thanks again to everyone who commented on this week’s articles. We had some good ones this week, and it was difficult to decide which ones to use. Keep on commenting. You may just end up here.

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  • Stevenchase

    UNCOVERED: The only reason NASCAR is embroiled in the Jeremy Mayfield Fiasco is because AEGIS and Dr. Black blew it big time on Jeremy’s first test; NASCAR jumped the gun and announced the 1st positive test (in prime time). That 1st test, which, if quantified and qualified properly, would have shown “amphetamines” as a result of Claritan D and Adderol combined – just as Jeremy has stated – instead of “methamphetamines”. The key word is here METH. There IS a difference. There is NO way now that NASCAR / Aegis will admit to a false positive and have to discredit Jeremy in ANY way because if they don’t, Jeremy will be sitting in Brian France’s chair, telling Lisa France-Kennedy to bring him coffee while Mike Helton shines his shoes and Dr. Black is nothing more than footnote to WWE and NASCAR history… NASCAR pulled the trigger on this one folks and the ending is going to be a knockout…just watch! (a knowledgeable source here..)

  • Lynn

    I agree with you… I believe the announcement was made before the second part of the test was done. The First test creates false positive often. It is my understanding that the second test takes longer for results. (a few days)

    I think your right on and it my understanding that Jeremy documentary crew was filming him 24 hours a day even when he was sleeping. This doesn’t add up except a lab that knew the consequence of their first report.

    Although possible the levels reported in the positive tests don’t make sense. I’ll bet you anything that Nascar will offer such a large settlement offer that Jeremy will take it. Nascar does not want Jeremy’s show to come out. The settlement will transfer ownership of the documentary. The documentary being filmed by Jeremy could be devestating to Nascar. I’ll bet the settlement will by $ 35,000,000 +