Moore: NASCAR drivers hit dive-bomb in Phoenix for last time under current configuration
It doesn't take an expert to get the appeal of NASCAR.
“If you're 8 years old, and you see a car go by you at 150 miles per hour, you're gonna be hooked,” said Michael McDowell, who grew up in Glendale and drives the 34 K-Love Radio Ford.
It's the strategy where newcomers, watching on TV or at the track, could use a bit of help.
In Phoenix, it has a lot to do with how drivers handle the exit of Turn 2 - at least for one more Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race.
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