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Can you name the excuses teams used for quitting early in 2010 Sprint Cup Series races?
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Correctly named excuses will show up below
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Note: To clear up any confusion, when a start-and-park team must give NASCAR a reason for its car being out of the race and the team comes up with a false reason, that is an "excuse".
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Apr 30th, 2011 at 19:03 GMT
Took me a while to understand what you meant by "excuses" and "S&P" and "park". Should clarify this.
Apr 30th, 2011 at 19:53 GMT
Anyone have any suggestions on how I could rephrase the description? What word can I use besides "excuse"?
May 1st, 2011 at 02:17 GMT
If someone follows NASCAR, they know what this means. If they don't follow NASCAR, they likely won't play the quiz. Though perhaps explaing why teams start and park here might be a good idea.
May 1st, 2011 at 03:01 GMT
@cocky ("If someone follows NASCAR, they know what this means... Though perhaps explaining why teams start and park here might be a good idea."): If somebody follows NASCAR, then wouldn't they know what start-and-park is? So what is there to explain? Is anybody else confused about the "excuses" thing?
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