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NASCAR’s Problem With Scanners: Should They Be Censored or Have Warning Labels?

With five races left, the energy level continues to heat up, as time is running short to decide who will be this season’s Sprint Cup Champion. With each passing race, the aggravation as well as the excitement will continue to take center stage not only in the garages, but out on the track as well.   Heated exchanges between drivers, as well as their crew chiefs, have been part of the sport ever since the first race was run some 60 plus years ago. Drivers sometimes say things that need not be said. It happens to all of us. The problem for NASCAR's personalities is that their most stressful moments, and the words produced during those moments, are all over the airwaves for everyone with a scanner to hear. The occasionally foul mout...

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