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August 20, 2014 9:02 PM

Sprint car racing tragedy will have no winners

Sports are at their heart competition, with winners and losers. Unfortunately, that same competition has drifted into the debate over the Aug. 9 incident at Canandaigua (NY) Motorsports Park in which a sprint car driven by NASCAR star Tony Stewart struck and killed driver Kevin Ward Jr., who was standing on the track while the race was under caution.

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