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FYI WIRZ: Not All NASCAR and NHRA Grandsons Get Free Rides to the Top

It’s often said by those who understand sportsman stock car racing—the many local short tracks across the U.S.—that among the 100,000 plus drivers racing, there have to be at least a thousand that could take one of the 43 top seats in NASCAR with ease.They got talent, they just don’t have resources. That’s likely true, but many racers who never rise above their local tracks may need more than just money. Resources have many forms. Money is the first concern. Funds buy equipment and good machinery wins races. Winning is essential to get noticed, but even if noticed, a driver’s appearance and demeanor have to be appropriate.Sponsors want talent behind the wheel and charisma in front of cameras. Second and t...

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