Supercars and CAMS have jointly announced a post-race investigation into Scotty McLaughlin’s social media history after the DJR Team Penske driver wrapped up his second championship at Sandown today.
Despite trying their best to give Triple 8 the win, including dishing out a penalty to Scotty that they’ve been sitting on for over a month just before the start of today’s race, the Ford driver managed to shake off the constant attempts at “parity” to take the win.
As a result, the Head of Equality & Tolerance at CAMS has been called in to investigate whether Scotty has ever said anything even slightly controversial about Triple 8 or anyone else over the years. If found guilty, the win will be given to Triple 8, although it’s unclear which of their drivers will be declared champion.
“Our championship is all about tolerance of others feelings, so we need to make sure that Scotty doesn’t offend others by winning all the time” said a CAMS official.
“So we’ll have a stalk through Scotty’s Facebook and Twitter and stuff and see if we can find an excuse to dish out a penalty”.
“I’m pretty sure we’ll find something” he added with a smirk.