NASCAR knows cheating when it sees it
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- NASCAR drivers won't undergo urine testing prior to Sunday's Daytona 500, but the sport's sanctioning body is cracking down on its own version of performance enhancement.
Not juiced-up drivers; juiced-up cars.
After NASCAR suspended crew chief Chad Knaus for a rules infraction last week, talk of cheating at the sport's highest level has permeated through the Daytona garage. Knaus was ejected on Monday from all Daytona activities, including calling Sunday's ...
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