NASCAR Safety Improvements Through the Years

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The 750 horsepower gives you automatic goose bumps. Speeds of more than 200 mph makes your adrenaline pump. There’s something special about the sport of NASCAR, and to its fans this is nothing new. But along with these perks come dangers, and the key to keeping drivers safe is the NASCAR safety equipment.

NASCAR wasn’t always as safe as it is today. Sadly, accidents and tragedies have turned into lessons learned through the introduction of NASCAR safety improvements, including transformations of safety glass. It’s astounding to see where the safety features started compared to where they are today. Are you interested? Take a look below:

NASCAR Infographic


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