NASCAR slowing cars on superspeedways for safety after Logano’s scary Talladega crash

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NASCAR is updating its Cup Series package for superspeedways in order to reduce speeds following Joey Logano’s airborne rollover crash at Talladega in April.

The pack at Talladega was running near 200 mph when Logano was tapped from behind and spun by Denny Hamlin.

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NASCAR is also adding flashing red brake lights to the Cup Series cars on road courses that will be used in rainy conditions after several accidents that resulted from poor visibility at the Circuit of the Americas race in May.