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Ryan Newman Voices Frustrations with NASCAR After Going for a Wild Ride

Carl Edwards was involved in one of NASCAR’s most spectacular wrecks back in April at Talladega Superspeedway. The wreck in itself sent a very cold chill through the veins of NASCAR’s top brass, knowing that they had just escaped a major tragedy even though seven fans were injured as a result of debris flying into the stands. Talladega officials took the first step by reinforcing the fencing that separates the fans from the action on the track, and NASCAR took the second step by informing the drivers that bump-drafting would not be allowed during Talladega’s race weekend. It didn’t take NASCAR very long to show that they were serious, when Michael Waltrip was taken off the track for the final 30 minutes of practice after being warne...

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