Jimmie Johnson is apologizing, but he's not exactly sorry. There's a big difference.
Johnson admits he was out of line for criticizing NASCAR after he was penalized for a speeding penalty at Martinsville on Sunday. Two days later, Johnson admitted "we were wrong" but didn't let NASCAR off the hook completely.
He probably isn't the only person in the world who thinks a simple solution to pit road controversy would be for NASCAR to make pit road speeds immediately available for drivers, crew chiefs and fans to see.
Johnson got busted for a segment different than the one he thought he was busted for during the race.
"If pit road segment times...