After years of working hard to control the drivers on and off the track, NASCAR may have realized that most fans don't want to turn out or tune in to watch polite drivers drive around a track. The cry from fans to bring back the passion and conflict that made NASCAR fun to watch has been heard. Read More at Examiner.com
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"Female fans normally know more facts about what's going on than men do anyway. I'd say they're a more intelligent fan, on top of that. They normally know more about what we've done than we know about what we've done."
~Tony Stewart in a Skirts and Scuffs interview
"You may be a woman who began watching Kasey Kahne because you thought he was cute, but now after watching you become intrigued by the competitiveness of it. You become a sports fan, which may not be the reason you originally got involved but it is now."
~Krista Voda in Skirts and Scuffs interview
"…there are female fans who take apart engines and will take you apart if you have a problem with that; who are drawn to the danger and mystery of the sport; who watch races on TV to witness pure passion and unscripted emotion; who love the camaraderie of these family-friendly festivals; who feel the nervous anxiety of the lip-biting wives atop the pit boxes."
~Andrew Giangola in The Weekend Starts on Wednesday