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“We posted an item yesterday from the National Journal about a proposed amendment from Rep. Betty McCollum, D-Minn., that would end the Pentagon's decade-long business partnership between the Defense Department and the popular stock-car racing circuit.”
“Rep. Betty McCollum's House amendment would end a decade-long business partnership between the Defense Department and the popular stock-car racing circuit.”
“The National Association for Stock Car Racing, long a favorite in the Southeast, burst onto the national scene about a decade ago and quickly made stock-car racing one of the country's leading spectator sports.”
“A STOCK CAR After a career that brought her millions in endorsements but just a single victory on the track, Danica Patrick will jump whole-hog into stock-car racing in 2012 with 10 starts in Nascar's Sprint Cup.”
“As the first American Ferrari driver and the first American to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans, he played a major role in luring stateside fans from stock-car ovals to the twisty circuits overseas.”
“Like stock-car racers, sand sculptors have started padding their incomes by signing on with sponsors—albeit at amounts more modest than what's available to Nascar stars.”
“In a 60-page report on the crash it released Thursday, the league, also known as IndyCar, pointed to, among other things, the design of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, which was modified to accommodate stock-car races in the late 1990s.”
“Like stock-car racers, sand sculptors can even pad their income by signing on with sponsors—albeit at amounts more modest than what's available to Nascar stars.”
“Meanwhile, its programming staples included aerobics, stock-car racing and pro wrestling.”
“The world's largest brewer by sales said the show will feature amateurs competing in sports, such as baseball, soccer and stock-car racing, as well as other fields, including music and cooking.”
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