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The Origins of Automobile Racing and the Proliferation of NASCAR within American Society:

The Origins of Automobile Racing and the Proliferation of NASCAR within American Society By: Brian Cummins

Automobile Racing & NASCAR:

Automobile Racing & NASCAR Introduction of Automobile Human desire to reach new heights Formation of NASCAR


Evolution Southern Desires Daytona Beach Simple competition to competitive sport Bootlegging Advances in Technology

Key Words:

Key Words NASCAR History/Origins Automobile Racing Bootlegging Stock Car Racing Prohibition Rules Regulations The South Southern Tradition Cultural Impact


Implications Southern Tradition Racing Culture Globalization Rules & Regulations


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