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NASCAR VP admits it was a 'rough night' in race control at Richmond

Your browser does not support iframes. NASCAR is fully aware that Saturday’s race at Richmond did not go smoothly. Many fans were aware of that fact as the race unfolded. Matt Kenseth briefly locked his brakes early in the race and NASCAR bizarrely called a caution for the “smoke” from his tires. Seriously, smoke was listed as the official definition. Then Kenseth was knocked out of the race after he was involved in a chain-reaction checkup incident as the field was trying to avoid an ambulance near the entry of pit road.
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