Carl Edwards: NASCAR return not the right thing to do “for fun”

Carl Edwards: NASCAR return not the right thing to do "for fun"

Edwards’s abrupt decision following the 2016 season to retire from NASCAR competition at age 37 was a surprise as drivers winning races and contending for championships rarely step aside at their prime.
Edwards, then driving for Joe Gibbs Racing had lost an opportunity at his first Cup title in the 2016 season finale, but had enjoyed an impressive career including 28 Cup wins and one …Keep reading

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