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Exhaust Gas Consumes NASCAR The days of NASCAR racing are over! They are over not because they are unsafe or expensive. They are over because throughout the race the cars’ front tyre keeps turning to left and not elsewhere. It is pitiful to observe the bored drivers as they enter their cars. It’s another work at day for them. While the geography teacher can at least make life miserable for a kid, all the NASCAR driver has to do is keep turning left. What is the point of this sport anyway? Yet, many still believe that F1 racing fans have pulled a conspiracy on poor NASCAR. There is no need to go by every word written here. You can be the judge yourself. Go to your TV. Tune into an F1 race. Turn the volume high and sit in the room for 10 minutes. The amount of action that takes place, the sound of the exhaust and the thrilling turns will simple hypnotize you. Now, if you can, try switching over to a channel showing NASCAR. Be warned though, because the last exciting race of NASCAR happened 1000 years before Christ is coming. It was when out of boredom, a driver looked out the side window and then back on the road. Most noticeably, though, if you go through the history of F1 racing, you see evolution. You see that cars once composed of enormous engines that could kill drivers have evolved into smart speed machines. In a NASCAR race though, you can still see the exhaust parts hanging loosely behind what once used to be a horse-drawn chariot. This is why NASCAR has failed more than any other reason. For decades now, people have been watching mutated cars taking a left turn on a circular road. People want something new; maybe something like a right turn on the track. They want to be amused by the competition between players, not put to sleep watching cars move in one direction. The days of NASCAR racing are over! They are over not because they are unsafe or expensive. They are over because throughout the race the cars’ front tyre keeps turning to left and not elsewhere.


Exhaust Gas Consumes NASCAR