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Carl Edwards: Downforce damages spectacle in NASCAR


Carl Edwards believes NASCAR should remove downforce in order to improve racing in the Sprint Cup Series. This year's Daytona 500 was criticized for its boring racing, as the majority of the cars stuck to the outside line for most of the race, generating concerns about the spectacle offered by the new Gen 6 cars. "I am 100 per cent for taking ...
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