Saving NASCAR's Brickyard 400: 5 Must-Have Improvements

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Saving NASCAR's Brickyard 400: 5 Must-Have Improvements
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This year’s Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway raises a question that is increasingly heard at NASCAR events: Where did all the fans go?

According to published reports, NASCAR estimates that 138,000 attended this year’s race. That’s down from a 2010 estimate of 140,000 and is way down compared to a 2007 figure of 270,000.

All this means the Speedway was less than half full this year, a perspective reinforced by TV views of sparsely filled or desolate grandstands.

What’s a sanctioning body to do? Here are five must-have improvements that NASCAR could make to save the Brickyard 400.

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