Much of the discussion in NASCAR this season has centered on getting fans interested in the sport, and getting more of them to the track.
Many would argue that being at a live NASCAR race is an experience all fans should have at least once and getting more of them in the seats is the goal of every track promoter, and NASCAR executive.
Joe Gibbs Racing driver Denny Hamlin thinks something that could help, might be turning down the noise. MORE>>>
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