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Discussion in 'Other Racing' started by rob lay, Feb 6, 2022.
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Under car aero does NOT make for good racing....ANYWHERE.
the more I see this next gen the more I wonder what the hell NASCAR was thinking.
They've made great strides with these cars over the years, but they always seem to take a good car and do one or 2 things extremely dumb with them every time they update. Remember the "Car of Tomorrow" with their huge-ass wing that was basically making cars into airplanes? The first thing I thought when I saw the solid underpanel on these cars is "airplane wing"...and look what happened.
Embry Riddle is down the street from NASCAR HQ, maybe they should all go take an aerodynamics class
Hamlin and that POS Wallace advance. It’s officially football season. I’ve never seen a worse Bristol race in my entire life. What garbage.
In other news, the long run of Xfinity at Road America has ended. No race in 2024. After Cup left after a couple of big attendance weekends, this news leaves one to conclude NASCAR wants more than RA wants or needs to give.
Mixed emotions as RA is a great place, but their prices, rules for fans, etc., are starting to give one pause.
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I had high hopes for NASCAR at RA, a track that suits big horsepower cars (see also: Trans Am), but the product was never very good IMO. always devolved into a demolition derby, which is what NASCAR seems to want to be these days.
RA should be fine, that place stays busy. still want IMSA to go back to the longer races (4-6 hours) there
Yes, and you may not know about a lot of the things that keep the place busy: teen driving classes, off road outings, open camping on non-race weekends, short distance drag racing, etc.
I think I mentioned it before here, but worth repeating, that RA, as part of the pit/paddock improvements, added lighting to both, and then rumored night races.