NASCAR notes: Competition control

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DENVER, Colo.- You might think the NFL is a stickler for the rules, but NASCAR may have them beat. Every week every car must pass a detailed inspection process before and after the race, including the "claw." Kami Carmann takes us inside the Furniture Row Racing garage for a peek at how NASCAR officials make sure crews aren't making too many adjustments to the body of a racecar.


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