Learning new NASCAR machines results ...

Learning new NASCAR machines results in fewer accidents

There are 1 comment on the www.indystar.com story from Dec 17, 2008, titled Learning new NASCAR machines results in fewer accidents. In it, www.indystar.com reports that:

Accidents and spins in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series fell to their lowest levels in five years, USA Today database research shows.

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Saint Louis, MO

#1 Dec 18, 2008
I've heard over and over how the races are boring without wrecks. I have been to a track where a driver got killed wrecks aren't entertainment not by a long shot. For Nascar to promote big ones is irresponsible.

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