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What Makes a Good NASCAR Race?

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After every NASCAR race, fans are faced with a simple in-concept yet oftentimes complicated to-answer question, was that race good or bad? Well, John Rizzo digs into what makes a NASCAR race good in this video.

  • #1 ACTUAL Passing: When John is talking about passing, he means actual passing on the race track, not passing through attrition or pit sequences. What creates ACTUAL Passing?
  • #2 The Finish: A great finish can make a bad race fun, but, a bad finish can also make a great race meh. John digs into multiple examples of good and bad finishes.
  • #3 Historical Significance: Races with historical significance often cause fans to overlook the less-than-stellar elements of a race. Broken records or a driver finally getting a triumph is a major element in a good race.
  • #4 Strategy: From tires to fuel mileage, strategy can make for an interesting race. Unfortunately, these types of races are becoming far less common.
  • #5 Wrecks: Okay, let’s be honest here.

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