NASCAR Looking at Crossover Gates After Wreck

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NASCAR Looking at Crossover Gates After Wreck
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Crossover gates will be a main focus of NASCAR’s investigation into improving fencing systems at their race tracks. In the Feb. 23 Nationwide Series crash at Daytona International Speedway, the car of rookie Kyle Larson went into the air and slammed into the catch fence, sending pieces of debris into the grandstands. Larson’s impact was near a section where a gate connects the seating and the 2.5-mile track, and allows fans to access both areas.

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