Will Death Ever be an Acceptable Price for Doing Business in NASCAR?

Jul 31, 2010 Full story: BleacherReport

NASCAR fans lost a champion, Lesa France Kennedy lost a husband, Bobby and Judy Allison lost a son, and Rick Hendrick lost his family.

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Bishop, CA

#1 Jul 31, 2010
I will be 63 years old next week. I've held a pilot's license myself. I have come to realize that at my age, my reflexes aren't as good as they used to be. Jack is 68 years old. Jack, there is a reason why airlines make pilots retire at age 60. Hang up your goggles and scarf before you run out of luck.

Columbus, OH

#2 Jul 31, 2010
Plus did that younger woman passenger , distract him????

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