Yes, I guess everybody feels the excitement when collisions happen. After all, what is more fun than watching a car accident that you get to see? It's not like driving in heavy traffic and then you see the aftermath of the collision. The viewers get to see a collision happening in real time (and possibly slow motion). I think it's exciting whether you're a casual viewer or a hardcore fan. In fact, I can hear the "Oh!"s going around whenever a collision occurs.Yeah, I too am from Europe and do not really get to see much NASCAR, was that where that Guy got killed in the last year or so in a horror crash? Xun0401, what you say about watching moto sport, be it NASCAR, F1, F3 whatever I have to admit that there is always a bit of me that wants the excitement of the cars colliding, It's not like I would ever want to see the drivers getting hurt, I guess it's just for the excitement level. Sounds a bit grim really but then I guess sport is all about how much adrenaline it can produce.
Each season has 36 races, plus 3 non-championship ones.So how many races in a season, and how are the teams made up 2 drivers, 2 cars per team. Are all the tracks the same shape?