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The Big One is a phrase describing any accident involving roughly eight or more cars in NASCAR stock car racing. Though multi-car pileups have occurred at nearly every NASCAR track, the term is largely reserved for large Sprint Cup accidents at Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway. Less frequently, the term is applied to multi-car wrecks in Nationwide, Truck, and ARCA series... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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