If you're a fan of NASCAR racing, then you've probably heard about the draft. But what's really happening out there on the track? And why do some drivers claim to "see the air?"
WHAT'S INSIDE: AUTO RACING
Considering that more than 40 cars spin around a NASCAR track at triple-digit speeds on race day, it shouldn't surprise you that the asphalt covering the track undergoes several physical changes during a rae.
LeeRoy Yarbrough won the very first race he ever ran, at Jacksonville Speedway in the spring of 1957. Yarbrough was a success from the beginning of his NASCAR career, peaking in a spectacular season in 1969.