Less testing = blown motors? Could be
How could Roush Fenway Racing, one of the top organizations in NASCAR, a group that spends millions of dollars a year on research and development, have an engine failure in the first seven laps of a race for a Ford team coming off back-to-back wins?
How could Hendrick Motorsports, possibly the premier team in the sport, the one that has won the past three Cup championships, have four engine or transmission problems in its Chevrolets the past two weeks?
And how could Toyota ...
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