Sunday, December 5, 2021

Robin Roberts apologetic after forcing Brandon James to miss the scales

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

On Tuesday night, the Discovery Channel aired a new episode of the new Street Outlaws No Prep Kings from New England Dragway. In the episode from Epping, New Hampshire, Street Outlaws Mega Cash Days winner Brandon James defeated Robin Roberts.

From the angle of the starting line — which was shot from an angle — it appeared like James may have jumped. However, the green light was on, which meant that it was a clean pass.

Robin Roberts doing a burnout (Photo by Courtney Paulshock Photography)

Unless there was a glitch, the red light would have come on had James truly jumped. Roberts’ wife was not pleased following the pass.

She claimed that James had jumped. Yet, James, who is in his first season of No Prep Kings, claimed; however, that he was super lucky on the light.

On the top end, Roberts also claimed, like his wife, that James had jumped. Then, the cameras caught Roberts and James talking to each other.

The Team X driver forced James, who is representing Team California, to miss the scales. This disqualified James.

Aaa result, it allowed Roberts to advance to the next round.

Roberts clearly said on video, “If you don’t go over the scales, then we’re good. We just be friends anymore.”

“Yes! Clearly the single dumbest thing I’ve ever said,” Roberts said in a Facebook post. “Right there in front of the camera for the whole world to see 🤦🏼‍♂️. Brandon didn’t deserve that from me, it was a huge failure on my part. I went to him after and apologized for being a total Jackass and asked for his forgiveness. The apology won’t be on the show because it’s not controversial. I can only ask the same forgiveness of you who care.

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“Please note Brandon’s car was blown up, the rods were broken, he wasn’t going to run the next round. I would not have asked a running car to do that. I don’t always get it right and I am still learning!”

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 10 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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