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    NASCAR may have figgered out a new approach to NASCAR

    Charlotte just finished up with a real barnburner. Mixing a usual boring mile to two mile racetrack with a Daytona sports car road course race. I'm all in for this approach as sports car racing has always caught my interest. You know, right turns, left turns, and big old heavy cars bumping around the track.

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    Yeah, pretty wild
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    After watching practice, was amazed they mostly survived the roval...well almost.

    Definitely amped the action up all weekend. Didn't take a nap.
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