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The Big One @ Daytona! And he Walks Away!

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  • #2
    Denny still finished top 3 lol

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    • #3
      I rather be in the infield because debris has been known to kill spectators too. I was a Mark Martin fan but he doesn't race anymore and Juan Pablo Montoya didn't live up to his billing. The cars are safer than that barrier fence when the cars go airborne and shrapnel and tires go flying

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      • #4
        oh yeah @super_fly theres no doubt the people in the first 2 to 3 rows during this wreck got hit in the face with some of that shit...

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        • #5
          isn't oval racing incredibly boring?

          and isn't a crash the only thing that can happen to make it worth watching?

          is this for handicapped drivers that do not know how to make a turn other than a slight left one...?

          and is it true they have a circuit that goes clockwise?

          and do they need special drivers for that? you know drivers that can make a right turn instead....
          It's easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled. - Mark Twain.

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          • #6
            There were no serious injuries to fans. Only one was taken to the hospital, treated and released. Pretty amazing if you think about it.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by The_Black_Cat View Post
              isn't oval racing incredibly boring?

              and isn't a crash the only thing that can happen to make it worth watching?

              is this for handicapped drivers that do not know how to make a turn other than a slight left one...?

              and is it true they have a circuit that goes clockwise?

              and do they need special drivers for that? you know drivers that can make a right turn instead....

              No V, just because a driver turns the wheel only one way doesn't make the sport any less exciting. It's still a race to the finish regardless of how they get there.

              When was the last time you saw drafting at 200mph in open wheel? Oh wait... never!

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              • #8
                The last nascar death on this track was in 2001 when Dale Earnhardt Sr, driving the same numbered car as this wreck (3), hit the wall and was killed instantly. And ironic, that the winner of this race was Earnhardt's son, Dale Jr.

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                • #9
                  Lucky guy jeez!!

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