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NASCAR Needs to Move Audience Back

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Nascar officials haven’t yet said what they will do to make their races safer for fans after a final-lap pileup in Nascar’s Nationwide Series race at Daytona International Speedway  injured 28 spectators yesterday.

But the solution is likely to include moving the audience farther from the action. It seems like the only thing left to do.

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