At Laguna Seca this year for the final American Le Mans Series race, I noticed that some things haven't changed over the years: People really enjoy seeing race cars that look like road cars, as they do in the GT1 and GT2 classes.
I care less about the turns and more about the fact that the NASCAR "cars" have nothing to do with the namesakes stickers that are all over them. Nowhere except a NASCAR track can you find a new RWD Monte Carlo. And no way in hell the engine in it will be available decently priced.
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