By Ben Klayman CHICAGO, June 30 (Reuters) - Many NASCAR fans think nothing of jumping in their recreational vehicles or pickup trucks and driving 300 miles or more to watch races in places like Talladega, Alabama; Bristol, Tennessee; and Las Vegas. But rising gasoline prices are forcing them to make tough choices. "The higher fuel prices have hit them hard," said Roger VanDerSnick of International Speedway Corp , one of two major publicly owned race track companies. "We pull from such ...
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