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This week's question: Should the fans involved in the last-lap crash in the Nationwide Series race at Daytona be allowed to seek compensation for their injuries?
It was announced Monday night that at least three spectators injured in the Saturday crash have sought legal representation.
What say you, NASCAR Nation? Do fans accept the risk of injury when they go to a race?