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NASCAR Back
I'm not really a NASCAR fan but I know many people who are & usually try to watch a race once a season.

Didn't see a relative thread so wanted to post this:

Most Viewed Sports Events on US TV Last Weekend:

NASCAR Cup Series Race: 6.3 million viewers
The Last Dance: 5.6 million viewers
TaylorMadeGolf DrivingRelief 2.3 million viewers
WWE 2.0 million viewers
UFC 1.2 million viewers
05-20-2020 03:56 PM
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RE: NASCAR Back
supposed to be racing tonight but a rain delay. And then obviously Sunday is the Coca Cola 600 in Charlotte, the first sports event in it's normal slot in 2 1/2 months.
05-20-2020 06:19 PM
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RE: NASCAR Back
OMG the Geico car in tonights race has a Camel on the car saying it's Hump Day.... How perfect.
05-20-2020 06:29 PM
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