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NASCARnomics

Post by AtlanticRadios » Mon Nov 25, 2013 10:33 am

I find this stuff interesting, thought I'd share.

http://nascarnomics.com/

I know when you race or attend local races NASCAR usually takes a back seat, but have most here tuned out NASCAR more now lately than ever before? I know for me personally, I could almost care less what happens. Years ago, I didn't miss a lap.

The product just isn't as good anymore.

Thoughts?

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Re: NASCARnomics

Post by harddrive » Fri Feb 28, 2014 3:43 pm

AtlanticRadios wrote:I find this stuff interesting, thought I'd share.

http://nascarnomics.com/

I know when you race or attend local races NASCAR usually takes a back seat, but have most here tuned out NASCAR more now lately than ever before? I know for me personally, I could almost care less what happens. Years ago, I didn't miss a lap.

The product just isn't as good anymore.

Thoughts?

:thinking: ...... I find it is as exciting today as in the past ..... then again I compare a Nascrap race to a picnic dinner beside an interstate counting the WallyWorld trucks that past :bananadance:
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