Template Turmoil

Pearce, Al
May 2000
Automotive News;5/22/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5875, p14i
Trade Publication
Reports on the proposal being considered by NASCAR that would create identical surface areas on racing cars joining stock car racing events in the United States. Features of the common templates proposed by NASCAR; Goals of the organization for proposing the use of common templates; Comments from members of the automobile racing community on the plan.


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