May 2010
Sporting News;5/10/2010, Vol. 234 Issue 12, p50
The article presents an interview with retired NASCAR driver Junior Johnson, Ray Evernham, a NASCAR analyst, small-track owner and former NASCAR crew chief, NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson, NASCAR driver Michael Waltrip, and NASCAR driver Jamie McMurray. They discussed the policy changes made by NASCAR, why the racing seems better in 2010, and the green-white-checkered flag rule.


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