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The Fastest Drivers in NASCAR

Fast. Such a simple adjective. NASCAR makes it complicated, though. Is it fast for 500 miles, or laps or kilometers? Or is it fast for one lap? Is it fast all alone or fast in traffic? Is the driver fast because he (or she) has the most talent? Or is it because he drives the fastest car? Race fans argue about these shades of differences. Broadened properly—and "fast" is easily broadened and narrowed—it's the central bone of contention that drives the sport. The goal of racing is getting to the end—which is the same place as the start—faster than everybody else. The driver who leads almost every lap? He's fast. The one who bides his time, works with his team, tinkers with the setup and steals the race at the end? He's...

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