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NASCAR Drivers Delivering Drama, Ratings With Dust-Ups In Early Races
Published March 26, 2013
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CLUB PRIVILEGES: In Charlotte, Jim Utter wrote this was a "spectacular weekend" for Auto Club Speedway, a track that "has been much-maligned in the past.” One of the biggest crowds in recent years was “on hand for a very entertaining race during one of the most beautiful race weekends weather-wise this track has seen in a long time” (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 3/25). In Utah, Tom Zulewski wrote it was the “kind of race that definitely gave Auto Club Speedway, which has had a history of very little racing action and many empty seats, a big-time jolt of excitement.” The empty seats were “still there,” but those who “showed up left with an experience they won’t soon forget” (THESPECTRUM.com, 3/24).