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NASCAR Enacts Rule Change Keeping Drivers In Cars After Accidents
Published August 15, 2014
ESPN's Ricky Craven said the "most important thing is that there now is a mandate, and it's very clear that the drivers understand that they're to stay in the car." He added the new rule will not be "difficult at all to enforce and to monitor." Craven said the "drivers are still going to confront one another in the garage area, the drivers are going to confront one another in places other than the racetrack" ("SportsCenter," ESPN, 8/15).