racerx Posted May 2, 2005 Report Share Posted May 2, 2005 "Just after the race ended, a young boy in Dale Earnhardt Jr. regalia and seated just in front of the press box was upset that his driver didn't win and, perhaps moreso, that Jeff Gordon did. The lad, perhaps 7 years old, showed his displeasure by extending both of his middle fingers upward toward the track. His father noticed the gesture and, you guessed it, added his fingers to the salute. In the absence of Norman Rockwell, Mom was there with the digital camera, recording the moment for the scrapbook. And, thankfully, she still had the camera out when her cherub pulled down his pants to moon Gordon as the four-time champion did celebratory doughnuts in the grass just in front of their seats." - David Poole Charlotte Observer Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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