The next step in the off-track saga involving NASCAR Nationwide Series drivers Mike Harmon and Jennifer Jo Cobb has been taken, with arrest warrants issued for Harmon and business associate David Novak. In May, Harmon was charged with stealing a car hauler and other goods worth hundreds of thousands of dollars from Cobb's shop, and after saying he didn't steal them and maintaining his innocence, seven of the stolen vehicles were found on two of his properties that same month.

The issue is an acrimonious commercial separation with Cobb on one side, Harmon and Novak on the other. Harmon drives for Novak's team – and Cobb did too until last year – and Harmon and Novak allege that the stolen property actually belongs to the team, but Cobb took it. Novak and Cobb are in court over the matter, but when a judge declined Novak's request to have Cobb return the property, it appears he worked with Harmon to get it back the five-finger way.

Harmon and Novak have been charged with breaking and entering, as well as larceny after breaking an entering. At the time of writing, neither man had been arrested, the hauler still hasn't been found, and as for the cars that were recovered it's been claimed that they were stripped and are worth something like $10,000 apiece, a steep drop from their original reported value of $150,000 apiece.


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      oRenj9
      • 1 Year Ago
      When I first saw that picture, immediately, my mine recalled the NASCAR episode of South Park where Cartman eats a ****-load of Vagisil. That guy is pretty much how I would image a 40 year old Cartman to look like after a lifetime of being poor and stupid.
      Bill
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'd check the van down by the river first.
      GasMan
      • 1 Year Ago
      If this continues any longer, SPEED will turn it into a Reality TV Show - Redneck Wars.
        • 1 Year Ago
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      Pj Taintz
      • 1 Year Ago
      what an *******
      GRR
      • 1 Year Ago
      Hahahah look at a Nascar driver, that tells you everything about that series, Nascar is a joke
      ELG
      • 1 Year Ago
      looks like a class act
      Jake S
      • 1 Year Ago
      Well, it\'s in Hazzard, it\'s in a hurry and it ain\'t a Duke. So whoever that fella is, he\'s probably up to no good.
      churchmotor
      • 1 Year Ago
      LOL, he looks like that libitard from Michigan, Mike Moore.
        tump
        • 1 Year Ago
        @churchmotor
        See, my first thought was a fat, southern, Bible banging, unsophisticated moron. I think the evidence points in my favor, though, but you see we can both play that game.
          ngiotta
          • 1 Year Ago
          @tump
          I guess we can just agree that Michael Moore looks like a "fat, southern, Bible banging, unsophisticated moron".
      getoffmylawn
      • 1 Year Ago
      he looks like redneck grumpy cat
      Koenigsegg
      • 1 Year Ago
      who cares all a nascar driver does is drive around in circles wasting gas what the **** is so entertaining about that
        Chris
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Koenigsegg
        I'm not a fan of NASCAR, but I must say that with the kind of money these guys make, we'd all be doing it if it were that simple.
      Kuro Houou
      • 1 Year Ago
      That's a picture of a racecar driver in Nascar? I think I just lost more respect for that sport. Obviously you don't have to be physically fit for Nascar... Guess it can't be called a sport anymore.
        Pj Taintz
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Kuro Houou
        hes a no name driver, i never knew who he was until any of this and i follow nascar so he cant be that good.
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Kuro Houou
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        Chris
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Kuro Houou
        Although being thin in NASCAR is probably not quite as crucial as it is in motocross and horse racing, I can't help but think that someone would certainly benefit in the sport by being in shape when they're going around a crowded track a few hundred times at speeds in excess of 100 mph while in the heat, and under all of that safety equipment. Being in good physical shape benefits one's reaction time and mental stamina.
      Shiftright
      • 1 Year Ago
      He should be easy to catch, he can only turn left
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