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NASCAR: Race Control Need to Explain

I've gone to two races this year. The first one was the Daytona 500.Needless to say, the Daytona 500 was not what I expected, but I'll give NASCAR this:As different as the racing was, NASCAR did not try to fix it by throwing "suspicious" deBriS (notice BS is capitalized) cautions. I will also say this. When David Ragan jumped out of line before the start/finish line, NASCAR did the CORRECT thing in penalizing David Ragan and putting him in the back of the pack.It stunk for Ragan, but the way I see it, a rule is a rule, is a rule. That's why I'm writing this article. The first thing that bothered me was the caution on lap 187 for "deBriS" on the back straightaway. As unnoticed as it went first, it was very noticeable why NASCAR thr...

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