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A New Day For NASCAR.com: Big Hopes Around Revamped Website
Published January 3, 2013
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The site will make written news secondary to digital illustrations, informational graphics and video. The top module, an image that covers the entire screen, will rotate through two to three features at any one time. Above it are a series of tabs for topics ranging from standings to drivers. NASCAR developed the site with SapientNitro. It will release a suite of mobile and tablet applications at a later date.