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Sharing EFI information could help solve electrical problems in Sprint Cup cars

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NASCAR’s electronic fuel injection system was supposed to modernize the sport’s fleet of race cars, but the switch from carburetors hasn’t come without some glitches.

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Several teams have had problems with circuit breakers shutting down the car. For Robby Gordon, it cost him a chance to race in last week’s race at the Bristol Motor Speedway.

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