NASCAR's new, super-precise process keeps garage on the straight and narrow
NASCAR racing is often called a game of inches.
It is true, to a degree. An inch of clearance can mean the difference between making the winning pass coming off Turn 4 and carrying your car to the transporter on the hook with a basket full of damaged parts in the passenger seat.
It can mean winning the race -- or the championship, as we saw in 2011 at Homestead-Miami Speedway with Tony Stewart.
And it can mean the difference between getting the thumbs-up from NASCAR inspectors or having to push your car out of line, take a sle
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