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NASCAR: The “Big One” at Talladega Superspeedway Missed the Track and the Sky

NASCAR’s Aaron’s 499 at Talladega avoided major crashes, while Mother Nature spared devastating winds to the area. It’s called the “Big One” at Talladega Superspeedway, a common NASCAR crash that involves multiple race cars. The 2.66 mile track accommodates high speeds that result in more damaging mishaps, often forcing teams to load up crumpled cars.  Kevin Harvick won an action-packed Sprint Cup race that had a record 29 leaders and consumed 200 laps, the longest in Talladega history. But there were only eight cautions that only disabled 10 race cars. Brad Keselowski won the Nationwide Aaron’s 312, leading a field that endured two “Big Ones” and had an exciting ending like the Aaron&rsq...

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