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Watkins Glen has made a number of safety enhancements in recent years, and NASCAR vice president of competition Robin Pemberton indicated the process is under constant review. “It’s a constant improvement process,” Pemberton said during a televised interview with ESPN during a red-flag period that lasted more than an hour while track workers repaired the Armco barriers. “And as you know, many of the places we go to, the facilities, are multi-purpose, and we’re only here one weekend a year–and it’s busy throughout the rest of the year. “Watkins Glen has made great advancements.
Syrians gather at a site hit by barrel bombs, allegedly dropped by a regime helicopter on the opposition-controlled Mesekin Hananu district of Aleppo on February 8. In this handout photo released by the state-run SANA news agency on February 8, civilians wave national flags in Damascus as they take part in a rally in support of President al-Assad. A man stands next to debris in the road following a reported airstrike by Syrian government forces in Aleppo on February 8. Medical personnel look for survivors after a reported airstrike in Aleppo on Saturday, February 1. Syrians carry a dead body following an airstrike on February 1. A man walks amid debris and dust on January 31.