COM155 Week 6 Assignment

COM155 Week 6 Assignment - their safety standards NASCARs...

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Assignment: Review – Adjectives, Adverbs, and Comparisons 5 Adverbs. 5 Adjectives . Three comparatives Three superlatives. In 1948, Bill Frances Sr. founded the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR). The first series in NASCAR were Modified, Roadster, and Strictly Stocked. NASCAR became very popular over the decades. The fast cars and loud engines are a crowd pleaser. NASCAR driving tracks started out as muddy , dirt tracks and transformed into smooth concrete and asphalt tracks over the years. In early NASCAR safety standards were not highly implemented, even though the cars drove fast and the crashed were hard . It wasn’t until the devastating crash in 2001 that killed racing legend , Dale Earnhardt Sr. that NASCAR upped
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Unformatted text preview: their safety standards. NASCARs renewed focus on safety continues today. NASCAR is the most watched sport on TV today, other than football. NASCAR is the largest stock car racing company in the United States. NASCARs recent great, Jimmy Johnson has won more consecutive championships then anyone in NASCAR history. The Sprint Cup Series is more watched then the Nationwide Series. Camping World Truck Series is the least popular of all the NASCAR series. Most countries have their own races. The European Formula One cars are faster than NASCAR cars. Sources:
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