NASCAR, Daytona and the Car Chase Effect On Sunday, millions will be watching the Daytona 500, but commentator Frank Deford will not be among them. Deford says NASCAR is, essentially, an extended car chase.
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On Sunday, millions will be watching the Daytona 500, but commentator Frank Deford will not be among them. Deford says NASCAR is, essentially, an extended car chase.