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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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Report: NASCAR fans understand risks of attending races
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Patrick optimistic about her chances in the Daytona 500, bookmakers – not so much
The pole-sitter for the Daytona 500, Danica Patrick, is confident about her chances for victory in NASCAR’s greatest race. Asked if she believes she can win the Daytona 500, Patrick briefly ...
NASCAR: Speedway renovation won’t affect Daytona 500 schedule
Daytona International Speedway's complete overhaul of the frontstretch grandstands may impact the summer race, but the Daytona 500 date will remain in February despite construction. Daytona International Speedway president Joie Chitwood ...
NASCAR: Kyle Busch wins Duel 2 for the Daytona 500
Kyle Busch won Duel 2 after opting for gas only during his one pit stop on Lap 41 and beating the rest of the pack off pit road. Busch, who started ...
NASCAR: Fox prerace show to feature Danica, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Brad Keselowski
Fox Sports will start its 2013 NASCAR coverage Sunday by featuring some of the sport’s top stars in its Daytona 500 prerace show at noon. Analyst Darrell Waltrip will be interviewing ...
NASCAR: Drivers not worried a rookie will lead cars to green flag
Danica Patrick will start the Daytona 500 from pole position in just her 11th career Sprint Cup start. However, she has won a Nationwide Series pole at Daytona last year, and ...
NASCAR: Danica Patrick takes historic pole for the Daytona 500
Danica Patrick secured her first ever Daytona 500 pole and became the first woman to capture a pole in NASCAR's top series. 30-year-old Patrick had already set several historic benchmarks for ...
NASCAR limits drivers’ radio communication to their teams only
NASCAR will limit drivers' communication to just their crew starting the 2013 season. Following last year's ban on radio communication between drivers, NASCAR spokesman Kerry Tharp said now drivers won't be ...

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