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NASCAR: Why It Needs More Drivers Like “Rowdy” Kyle Busch

Something's changed. From its heyday in the 90s when NASCAR's popularity was at the apex of American sports, something got lost. Like other sports, NASCAR is no different, the promise of increased revenue may be its undoing. The American way seems to be more is better, bigger is better, excess is good. From 1990 to 2001 the NASCAR season was expanded from 29 races to 36. In this gain something was forfeited. New venues outside of the traditional hot bed of racing were introduced—New Hampshire, California, Texas, Nevada, Florida, Illinois, and Kansas. The losers were North Carolina (North Wilksboro and Rockingham), no longer a part of the Cup Series, and South Carolina (Darlington) losing its fall race to California (Fonatana). These new ...

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