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Spectator Injured In Huge Daytona Crash Settles NASCAR Lawsuit

Spectator William Fulton settled his lawsuit against NASCAR, Daytona International Speedway, and the track’s parent company International Speedway Corporation, reports ESPN. Fulton was allegedly injured by debris from a massive last-lap crash hat sent Austin Dillon’s car into the catch fence. Read more...
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