We have always loved the sport of racing whether directly competing or merely watching. This modern era of incredible speeds, crazy skilled drivers overtaking one another and cars breaking down pleases the crowed, but they enjoy crashes the most, because they provide a mix of the spectacular with the tragic and unexpected! But no one likes injuries caused by crashes, and every crash in history has taught to make this sport safer for driver.
Motor racing is one of the largest & most popular spectator sports in the world, and of course, half the reason NASCAR fans watch the sport is to wait and see who crashes.
At Daytona International Speedway in 1960, NASCAR saw its largest single wreck ever and dodged some of its biggest bullets. From a field of 68 cars, 37 were involved in an incident that mangled plenty of sheet metals. It was the year NASCAR discovered that, it had evolved into a whole new league of racing.
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