FILE – NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon's pit crew works at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Proposed EPA rules wouldn’t impact professional drivers but could mean amateur and hobbyist racers can’t drive vehicles that don’t meet Clean Air Act standards.
FILE – NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon's pit crew works at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Proposed EPA rules wouldn’t impact professional drivers but could mean amateur and hobbyist racers can’t drive vehicles that don’t meet Clean Air Act standards. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
FILE – NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon's pit crew works at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Proposed EPA rules wouldn’t impact professional drivers but could mean amateur and hobbyist racers can’t drive vehicles that don’t meet Clean Air Act standards. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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