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NASCAR Mailbox: The Greatest NASCAR Finish of All Time?

Kyle Larson beat Chris Buescher to the line at Kansas Speedway by 0.001 seconds. Is that finish better than Atlanta Motor Speedway earlier this year, or even Ricky Craven and Kurt Busch‘s finish at Darlington Raceway in 2003?

Also, would removing rear-view cameras in the car solve the aero-blocking debate?

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Happy Hour: Could a Wild Finish Set Up a Wild Week in NASCAR?

Frontstretch‘s Jared Haas answers this week’s questions on NASCAR Mailbox on Frontstretch‘s YouTube channel.

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Jared Haas joined the Frontstretch staff in May 2020. A graduate of Cedarville University in December 2019, Jared has been followed NASCAR since 2006.

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The 1980 Southern 500 better be included!



First off IMHP best finishes should be several laps in the making not a two lap shootout. The GWC by default should provide good to great finishes.
That is why 2003 Darlington is likely the best.
Numerous laps with 2nd chasing down the leader. Numerous laps of near wrecks and actually near to each other racing and then ultimately a no manufactured finish that was oh so close.

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