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NASCAR Redesigns Website To Increase Mobile Functionality For Users

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 18 / 17

NASCAR yesterday launched a revamped version of its official website geared toward mobility, responsiveness and simplifying its Race Center page. The redesign of NASCAR.com, which took six months to develop and was handled in house, is designed to create a consistent layout across mobile, desktop an...

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