NASCAR Planning Changes for Short Tracks and Road Courses

GT NASCAR is examining changes for the 2023 season. The next-generation car debuted in 2022 with a strong showing on mid-tracks. NASCAR is now planning changes to fix road courses and short tracks after they left something to be desired. Steve O’Donnell, NASCAR’s chief operating officer, provided insight during the annual State of the Sports address ahead of the Cup Series. He and NASCAR President Steve Phelps faced many questions, including one about lackluster work away from breakout speeds and mediums. “I think you have to start by really looking…

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NASCAR Implementing Next Generation Changes for the 2023 Season

GT Kurt Bosch crashes at the Pocono Raceway. The Sanctions Authority is taking steps to address the safety concerns of the next generation car. NASCAR will make changes to the back of the cars while you bill the additional costs. Bozi Tatarevic got a leaked memo highlighting the changes, and he broke it down piece by piece for the path and the path. One of the most important is the introduction of new rear bumper struts. These struts hold the bumper to the rear clip. They will have a change…

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NASCAR chief bears responsibility for communication issues

GT Steve Phelps addressed comments about NASCAR’s lack of communication. There have been numerous comments from drivers about the next generation car and communications about it from NASCAR in 2022. Now, the head of the Sanctions Authority, Steve Phelps, is to blame for these issues. Phelps made the comments on Sunday, October 9, and appeared on NBC’s pre-race show at Charlotte Motor Speedway and covered multiple topics with Marty Snyder, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and Jeff Burton. Chief among them was the topic of safety in the era of the next…

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NASCAR sets the date for the next generation of crash testing

GT NASCAR will hold a test session in Ohio. Next-generation car safety has been a major talking point throughout the 2022 Cup Series season. NASCAR is now running a test to address one of the biggest problems. According to Bob Pokras of FOX SportsNASCAR has done computer modeling of a new rear section and rear shock absorber structure. A vehicle with these updated parts will undergo a crash test at an Ohio facility the week before the Bank of America Roval 400 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. These new parts will…

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Massive update adds 2022 season to ‘NASCAR 21: Ignition’

GT ‘NASCAR 21: Ignition’ update brings the next generation to consoles. When Motorsport Games released “NASCAR 21: Ignition” in October 2021, the company focused on the 2021 schedule and the final year of Gen 6 cars. Now, however, a massive update will soon be available that brings the 2022 season to video game consoles. According to a press release, the 2022 season update will become available for download on October 6. Everyone who owns the game on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Series S, Series X, and PC will…

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Cup Series Drivers Recall NASCAR ‘Next Gen 2.0’

GT Denny Hamlin stops at Bristol Motor Speedway. The closing race for the Round of 16 at Bristol Motor Speedway began on September 17 in a surprising fashion. Several NASCAR drivers had major tire issues while others saw their nightly end due to mechanical failure. Now they are ready for some improvements. The drivers from Joe Gibbs Racing have been fairly candid, both on a personal level and on social media. Martin Truex, Jr. He brought up Kevin Harvick’s previous comments about the “bad parts” while Denny Hamlin called for…

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