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NASCAR: “They Don’t Care About Us”

Ryan Newman had the look of a man who had just seen God, Sunday as he talked to the press moments after being cut from what remained of his crushed race car.  He had likely escaped death by an inch or two when his No. 39 Army Chevrolet went airborne on the back straight at Talledega with five laps remaining.  It wasn't the "Big One," but it came too close to being the "Last One." It is now obvious to everyone but NASCAR that the Car of Tomorrow needs tons of work.  Because of the larger rear spoiler the roof flaps don't bite into enough air to work, the narrower chassis isn't stable enough to run in large packs, and the restrictor plate engine continues to be a temporary fix that doesn't allow for any real racing at any of the tracks wh...

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