ZERO NASCAR DEATHS SINCE 2001

Say what you will about the quality of Sprint Cup racing — and as you know we’ve said plenty — NASCAR has made the sport safer for participants. Since Dale Earnhardt Sr. died at the 2001 Daytona 500, NASCAR has had 917 races and zero deaths. Check out this in-depth look at NASCAR safety.


 

NASCAR learned from tragedy to make racing safer (SI.com)