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Daytona…Then, Now, and Forever, Means Something

No one really knew what they had back in 1959 when stock cars were still being compared to those running moonshine, and then decided to see who could outrun each other instead of outrun the law.  No one knew what a high-banked track would do for a sport still in ...

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Dustin Off the 2023 Daytona 500: 75 Years of NASCAR

It started with trying to outrun the law with some moonshine liquor, and grew into a worldwide phenomenon.  What seemed to be something that was strictly southern-born, and southern ran, has become something that has welcomed backgrounds from multiple forms of racing, and multiple interests. Since 1959, one mecca of ...

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Daytona as the Decider is a Disaster in Every Way

NASCAR making the choice to take away Daytona’s traditional second weekend was a bad move. It is even worse when the deciding race has little control from those at the wheel. Sunday afternoon, control of any sort went the way of the wind, or in this instance the rain. Let’s ...

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