NASCAR & Auto Racing

May 5, 2013 10:59 PM

Race Rewind: Looking back at the Aaron's 499

It's shocking how few people showed up for Sunday's race in Talladega. Granted, the track is massive, so whatever crowd was there was spread out. But Sunday demonstrated fans' preference to stay home and watch on the HD flat screen.

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