NASCAR opens floor to drivers, owners
CONCORD, N.C. -- NASCAR officials spent more than four hours in two meetings Tuesday discussing with drivers, owners and team management everything from the sport's drug testing policy, to how to improve the new car, to the economy.
It was a big change from the days when the governing body made decisions and solved problems by talking to one or two drivers in the back of a hauler at the track.
"The old school way has worked for a long time," Ryan Newman said. "You have to at ...
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