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NASCAR faces more questions about new car after Bristol bash

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By JENNA FRYER

Kyle Busch deserved better than two failed Toyota engines in the first round of NASCAR's playoffs.

But at least Busch knows what happened to end his night at Bristol Motor Speedway and leave him “flabbergasted” at being eliminated from the playoff field.

Martin Truex Jr.? He...

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  1. Many US industries, including nuclear power plants and SRS, have been dealing with counterfeit and suspect equipment and parts for decades, mainly from China. Examples are high-strength bolts, nuts, and washers made of low grade steel and electrical circuit breakers and extension cords with fake Underwriter Laboratories labels and tags. NASCAR may need a program to identify and remove counterfeit parts from their race cars.

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