NASCAR drove into the Atlanta motorway highway, ready to start a new era of races, which is wrapped up by unknowns.
Will it be a race? That is the point.
Will this make Sunday's event in Atlanta exciting?
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"We do not have such an answer. I can tell you that it will be sharply different from what we did before." ̵
"I would not like to speculate on what direction and what we are going to do, because we do not know. It's good. We have more questions with zero answers, in fact."
The 2019 competition package was not used at the opening of the Daytona 500 season last week, and its version will debut on Sunday at Atlanta's 1.54-mile briquettes. . Low power, high-downforce and high-drag formula are designed to slow down cars, mix them together and form a more entertaining product.
But Atlanta is an anomaly in that its racing surface is one of the older ones. He was rough and bumpy, quickly tired of tires and is usually a bit more even for veterans.
Simply put, a Sunday race can not be anything like the way the race is packed the rest
"This track, unlike any other track, as we all know, with the surface and the blows and character," said Jimmy Johnson, who drives all of the active drivers with his previous Atlanta victories.
The orientation was to get the right to control, and then make the speed a secondary item. We will see how it all plays. This package is new to all of us.
An early version of the package was used last year by the All-Star race to capture feedback from fans that prompted NASCAR to make it for this sea
Approximately half the field checked out the package last month at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where NASCAR races next week and a place that is expected to be a more realistic indication that competition may look like the rest of the season.
This made Atlantis a mystery when the squads spent the week trying to figure out how to attack the track from this package of competitions.
"You know the Sunday I think if someone breaks right, "said Atlanta native Chase Elliott." Until then, I'm really not sure what we will have. I'm sure there will be guys who start out better than others, but I think that over time, everything will continue to develop and do it better and improve their cars and their packages for these races.
"I think Atlanta, too, is a little different than some other mile-and-half trail we're going to visit with the surface. I think your car is likely to have to go a little better than it's possible elsewhere."
Sunday field will be three drivers who have not reached the limit of 40 cars, with Hunt Brats Racing single team without Kligerman Party, NBC Sports Reporter who is trying to get back to full-time riding, is back in the car after successfully doing Daytona 500 last week
37 cars are the lowest since the beginning of the traffic in Watkins Gl Mr. in August last year, but to one car from the race field in Atlanta in February last year, a strong return on his investment with his Daytona sponsorship that featured LaJoie's entire face on the hood of his car. Acorns, an online investment application, makes it NASCAR debut as sponsor for Ryan Newman and Bubba Wallace, driving for cashless-driven Richard Petty Motorsports, has
Garret Smithley, with three previous Cup starts, makes his debut season in a car owned by the new Spire Motorsports team. The spire at the end of last year bought a charter, conducted by non-existent furniture Row Racing – and it is one of the most valuable entrants in the series. The Row furniture won the 2017 Championship with Truex Jr. to classify this statute, now owned by Spire, at the upper end of financial payments on the NASCAR system.