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NASCAR expands its late-race 'Move over, Joe' rule

   By Mike Mulhern

   NASCAR's new late-race rule will give leaders more time to battle each other, without interference from lapped cars:
  NASCAR officials are expanding the single-file restart rule at the end of a race from 10-laps-to-go to 20-laps-to-go.
  The single-file rule puts all lead-lap cars at the head of the pack for the stretch charge, instead of the normal two-abreast restarts, with lapped cars on the inside.

A NASCAR rule change that

A NASCAR rule change that actually is good. 25 laps would be even better. If the lap cars have not made it up by that close to the end, then they should stay out of the way. Way to go NASCAR!!!

I agree. A great call by

I agree. A great call by NASCAR's Robin Pemberton.

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