Supercars are apparently in the process of investigating whether or not Chaz Mostert’s new Rolex watch might make some other drivers feel bad about themselves.
The news comes after Chaz somehow managed to avoid hitting any other cars at the Rolex Daytona 24 hour race, and as a result of not crashing out, won the race. In his class.
The Waterton Sports Chronicle understands that Supercars has launched an investigation relating to Chaz, after Nick Percat and Scott Pye complained about not getting their own Rolex watches.
Head of Parity Paulie the Parity Pelican told this reporter he is taking Percat and Pye’s complaints seriously.
“Look, we can’t have one of our drivers going off and winning stuff and making other drivers feel bad about themselves for missing out. That’s just not how our series works.” he explained.
“I would have thought that was pretty obvious after last year when Scott McLaughlin made us move heaven and earth to try to stop him making the rest of the field feel bad.” added the seabird.
When this reporter approached Scott Pye for comment he explained his Melbourne 2018 efforts.
“Like, I did 5 or 6 laps in the dark around Albert Park back in the day. Where’s my Rolex?” he whined, only just holding back the tears.
More to come.