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Going Caution Free at Talladega: Rare, But Possible

It's a track that is unlike any other on the NASCAR circuit. It's high banks give fans the exciting three and four-wide racing it has been known for. It's a track where, at some point, one mistake could mean chaos for everyone. It's the largest, fastest and most intense track on the schedule. That track is Talladega. The massive 2.66-mile, 33-degree banked track has been widely known for it's large wrecks, appropriately named the "Big Ones." Crashes that occur because of one mistake that end up taking away half the field. The big wreck is not a matter of if it will happen, but more about a matter of when it will happen. Last season, both races at this track provided the big wreck. It took seven laps last spring for a total of 14 cars to be ...

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