It is no secret that Mother Nature and NASCAR have a love-hate relationship. Sometimes she provides incredible weather, but other times she rains on our parade.
Dogleg Media host Matt Smith researched the shortened races caused by the weather. He looks at every event since the modern era of NASCAR (1972) to have had a race shortened due to Mother Nature.
In this one Matt looks to answer the following;
- Which tracks were impacted by the weather the most
- Which drivers got their first career wins in a weather-shortened race
- Which driver won the most thanks to Mother Nature
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