No regrets for Brad Keselowski
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- After Carl Edwards' car flew into the catch-fence on the final lap of last year's spring Sprint Cup race at Talladega Superspeedway, violently throwing pieces of debris into the grandstands and injuring seven spectators, several changes came to NASCAR.
Talladega and Daytona International Speedway raised the height of their catch-fences from 14 to 22 feet. The governing body explored more seriously why cars go airborne, with data suggesting the new spoiler and rear shark ...
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