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Oh, the Drama! That's What NASCAR Is Missing

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You know, after Sunday’s race in Phoenix and all the pushing and shoving and wrasslin’ in the garage and drivers retaliating against each other, it was all so reminiscent of a sport that I used to be a part of – a sport that was full of unexpected things happening all the time.

You know, after Sunday’s race in Phoenix and all the pushing and shoving and wrasslin’ in the garage and drivers retaliating against each other, it was all so reminiscent of a sport that I used to be a part of – a sport that was full of unexpected things happening all the time.

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