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Title: "Restricted" Argumentation about Nascar

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Subject: English
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Date: April 28, 2003
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This plate limits the amount of air that can enter the engine, less air equals less horsepower and slower, safer races. In May of 1987 Bobby Allison lost control of his racecar and wrecked down the front stretch at Talladega. His car became airborne and spun violently into the catch fence in front of the crowd in the stands...

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In May of 1987 Bobby Allison lost control of his racecar and wrecked down the front stretch at Talladega. His car became airborne and spun violently into the catch fence in front of the crowd in the stands. There was only a little chain link and a whole bunch of luck that prevented Bobby's car from getting into the grandstand and killing hundreds of spectators that day...

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