NASCAR has been dead for a long time. It no longer offers the excitement or any of the elements that was NASCAR. It is a party event or whatever the term is I'm searching for.
It is big money advertisement and limited involvement by a hand full of
There are no real cars "racing." They are tube framed face vehicles with shells that look like what are mostly front engine front wheel cars.
I don't like the character of the engines, that must be kept wound tight and dull as butter.
Restrictor plate racing, and pc racing? Bill France et al took a good thing and turned it into to junk.
Glad I was round when it was real.
Yeah, that's right!
Describe "race car". I double dare ya....
Just kidding, just kidding,....we know it's a race car because, not only does NASCAR sez it is, but it has four wheels, goes fast, it races on a big racetrack, and the winner gets a big prize.
They decided a long time ago that stock cars belong in the showroom. Race racecars on sunday, sell stock cars on monday.
It ain't called the 'car of today' for nothng. Things change, some of us deal with it better than others.
The fans, drivers, car owners, and sponsors have spoken,...and I like what I'm hearing. There's a huge number of people that make up the majority, and majority wins. Brian said it best, "We will never be able to satisfy everyone". NASCAR even turned down General Lee, because it has a flag on the roof that is no longer acceptable. Today's NASCAR is the only NASCAR. Take it or leave it (figure of speech).
I'll find something to complain about, one of these days....
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The danger factor has been greatly reduced as a result of the evolution of Nascar developmental progress. There have been many fatal results over the years. There are probably some who are not revolted by the possibility of death in a race. I do not share the "Blood Sport" aspect. It is competitive, exciting and much safer now, than in the old days. I'm with Cloud Dancer, these guys and gal are the cream of the crop in motor racing, I still get a thrill when I hear them bearing down for a start at 200 mph, at Daytona, there is nothing to compare it to. The finish of the Bud shootout,last Saturday, just inches separating first and second, it doesn't get better than that, in racing ! Nascar lives.................... and changes as needed
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its funny to read comments about racing and its evolution from people who have no idea what it takes to drive a race car, and why most the sport and cars have changed. All forms of racing have changed from F1 to go-karts, and most all changes are made for safety. I have raced karts since the early 80's and our karts have gone from open class engines to sealed spec motors in most classes to keep costs down and racing competitive.
At 13, Danica Patrick continued to hone her karting skills, this time in Jacksonville, Fla. Patrick began go-karting in 1992 at the age of 10 at the Sugar River Raceway in Brodhead, Wisconsin, and eventually won several World Karting Association track championships
I like the car's, I love how a prayer is still made before the race and the respect shown to our military and our country. Things I wish they'd change, I would like to see them get rid of the owner's points and make everyone qualify to be in the field, not just for starting position.