NASCAR officials declared today that due to the current increase in gasoline prices, several races later this season will be shortened to save costs.
According to the report issued, the money saving initiative will prevent a rise in ticket prices and allow the typical NASCAR fan to continue spending large amounts of cash they don’t have on NASCAR apparel they don’t need.
Crude oil has topped one hundred dollars a barrel this year and nationwide gas price averages sit above $3.60 a gallon. NASCAR stock cars get approximately two miles per gallon. Read more NASCAR to Shorten Races: Surging Gas Prices Spur Changes