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NASCAR Crashes: Why Officials Need To Crack Down on Dangerous Driving Now

The "Have At It, Boys" policy seems to be more smoke than fire with drivers for the most part racing relatively clean as they fear paybacks coming at an inopportune time. The new points system forces consistent strong performance to finish well, but wins also take on more importance when the Chase rolls around and the wild card slots need to be filled. Trading paint is part of NASCAR history, as is the bump-and-run or that tap from behind that sends a car spinning which are all factors labeled as racing incidents when an accident is the result. With the simplified points system, drivers will accept a good finish if they are in the top 10 of the points standings rather than risk a wreck to get a win. As the season rolls a...

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