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Report: NASCAR fans understand risks of attending races


Many fans coming to watch the Daytona 500 on Sunday said they wouldn't fear sitting where fans were injured the day before. However, some admitted they were concerned about the the cars roaring past at 190 mph so close to them. 44-year-old David Nobles, of Huntingtown, Maryland, told USA TODAY that he had some concerns about sitting in the same seats ...
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