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Dodge Intrepid NASCAR Racer Features Car And Driver
It's no secret that NASCAR "stock" cars are anything but stock. Today they share only model names with street cars. And although Detroit sedans began arriving in showrooms with fuel injection and independent rear suspensions a couple of decades ago, a stock car still uses a carburetor and a solid rear axle. Compared with Formula 1 Grand Prix race cars, they're crude enough to qualify as Flintstones cars. Some sneer at NASCAR as "taxicab racing."