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NASCAR Needs More Right Crosses than Wrecked Cars

Fans want more action on the track, more aggressive racing, more battles for the lead, and more desire to go after that win, that position, possibly that championship.  The problem with all that is sometimes that aggressiveness is taken out on those that in reality get to be the victims ...

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Dustin Off the Paperclip: NOCO 400

Something about this very small, very tight, and very aggressive little track in Virginia seems to bring out the chaos, a little trial-and-error, and maybe even a bit of desperation. Are these drivers having too many of the infamous Martinsville hot dogs, a delicacy that some call the most disgustingly ...

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The “Hail Melon” Is a Rule Maker, Never a Rule Breaker

A majority of today’s NASCAR fans were not alive when Richard Petty and David Pearson wrecked in the 1976 Daytona 500, a move that nearly won Petty the race but ended with him a football field away from the line.  They weren’t around when Cale Yarborough and Donnie Allison fought ...

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