Buckle up, flight risk still real
TALLADEGA, Ala. -- NASCAR doesn't want to hear certain things after a Sprint Cup race, particularly at Talladega Superspeedway, a track that puts on one of the most popular events on the circuit.
Like after the 2009 spring race when Carl Edwards, after his car flew into the catch fence and injured seven spectators, said, "We'll race like this until they kill somebody and then they'll change it."
Or after the 2009 fall race when Ryan Newman, after his car flipped several ...
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