NASCAR is famous for speed — and that speed wouldn’t be possible if not for the banked turns of NASCAR’s tracks. Banked turns, the parts of the track where the road slopes inward, keep NASCAR drivers safe and driving at faster, more exhilarating speeds. Here’s how NASCAR’s banked turns work.
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