Aug 11, 2014, 6:17 PM EDT
Both The Dan Patrick Show and NASCAR AMERICA discussed how NASCAR and other forms of racing and tracks can improve safety in the wake of Kevin Ward Jr.’s death on Saturday night.
First from The Dan Patrick Show this morning: In the wake of Ward Jr.’s death, Dan Patrick discusses how NASCAR could avoid future tragedies like Ward’s. Patrick believes rules that penalize drivers for leaving their cars could help improve safety for the sport.
Just this evening on NASCAR America: USA Today’s Nate Ryan joins the NASCAR America crew via telephone to discuss the ramifications of Kevin Ward Jr.’s death on the world of motor sports. Ryan says he expects NASCAR to make a changes to rules about drivers leaving their cars before emergency and safety personnel arrive on the scene of a crash.
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