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Tradin' Paint writes:
"Much Ado About Nothing"
Posted by Joey2448 on November 6, 2009
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The recent finishes we have seen at Talladega may be great and exciting, but it is dangerous. Last Spring, Carl Edwards nearly flipped into the grandstands after getting spun by Brad Keselowski on the final lap. On Sunday, Ryan Newman was sent end-over-end on the backstretch and landed on his roof. Thankfully, he was alright. Just a few laps after that, Mark Martin ended up barrel-rolling on the frontstretch during a mad two-lap scramble at the end of the race. Can this type of racing be avoided, or will NASCAR make new rules that will put these drivers in a box with no room to breathe? Listen in on Ryan Newmans point of view below?


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