- May 26, 2010
The basic motivation for doping/cheating has always been there and will always be there.joe_papp said:Have you all read and studied "The Doping Dilemma," which appeared in the publication Scientific American (http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=the-doping-dilemma)?
It goes some way to address the motivation for doping/cheating and why it's not going away...
It doesn't have to be athletes it extends to federations who allow it and perpetrate it to tester's who accept a 'coffee' while the athlete takes a long long shower to DS who encourage it to families who turn a blind eye to it.
We have to try and make it a level playing field in the fairest possible manner for the fans and that is to allow the athletes to train to the best of their ability without pharmacuticals, to use their wit and intelligence to race the best that they can. if that means some wont win the GT they have dreamed about since they were a young teen, welcome to the club.