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NASCAR, Stop the Talladega “Flip” Flap [and Improve Competition] (Part Two)

If we can agree that flipping cars are not acceptable at Talladega, or any other track for that matter, what does NASCAR do?   At this point in time NASCAR seems inclined to do nothing.   If a very large minority of fans is seemingly unconcerned about cars flipping into the air, with the potential of entry into spectator areas, then these fans don’t understand what a disaster such an event would be.   The flipping race cars at Talladega (including the Carl Edwards flip in April of 2009) should raise concerns among fans and the sanctioning body.   Now I agree that the flip of Carl Edwards’s car was, in part, a fluke.   While it is true that Edwards’ car was returning to the track surface before it was launched off the hood of Ryan...

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