This Will Bring Fans Back to the Races

The past few years have brought every gimmick imaginable to auto racing. NASCAR holds races that three people can win. The ever-changing playoff system (a gimmick in itself) functions like an automotive version of musical chairs. Indycar’s gimmicks are even worse. They tried mandating overpriced “body kits” to make their field of 33 identical Dallara chassis look like something other than a field of 33 identical Dallara chassis. Their “Fast Nine” and “Fast Six” qualifying gimmick hasn’t revived interest in pole day although it’s proven very effective at totally confusing…

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7 Great Places to Watch NASCAR

Even with a slight decline in viewership and attendance, NASCAR still boasts nearly 80 million fans, with NASCAR races being 17 out of the top 20 highest-attended spectator sporting events. Live events take place in massive arenas that hold no fewer than 190,000 spectators at a time. The cars, roaring to life on the starting line, each shaking with their cast-iron 358 V8 engines, are like steel monsters vibrating with anticipation. The crowd revs along with the race cars, yelling and cheering as each lap concludes, and yelling and gasping…

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Keselowski Stays in the Chase Hunt With Talladega Win

The race at Talladega wasn’t what you would call classic Talladega, but after a mild first 2 stages, the race got crazy at the end with multiple wrecks that left only 14 cars on the track at the finish.

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Martin Truex, Jr. Wins Charlotte The Hard Way

Martin Truex, Jr did not start on the front row at Charlotte, nor did he gain any stage points, nor did he dominate the race as he so often has this year. But somehow he led 91 laps in the final stage of the race, including the most important lap – the final one.

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Dover Delivers Win For Kyle Busch

First of all, prayers are out for all of those families affected by the Las Vegas shooting. This was a despicable act of domestic terrorism. Kyle Busch only led 30 laps but he led the most important lap at all at the end. After a day of struggling to keep up with the car and make it competitive, the team managed to dial it in when it mattered most. Unfortunately, that came a great cost to Chase Elliott when it appeared he might finally win his first race.

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