Kentucky Race Notes

NASCAR will head to the Blue Grass state Sunday to compete at Kentucky Speedway. This track is a 1.5-mile tri-oval track (Same as Kansas, Chicago and Las Vegas). The only data that is similar to Kentucky is from the race at Las Vegas, but that was a long time ago. We can use the results […]

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Indianapolis Race Notes

The double-header at Pocono is complete and now NASCAR is set up for another double-header. This time it will be a NASCAR + IndyCar double-header at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It would have been cool to see some of the Cup Stars pull the double this weekend but it looks like that is not going to […]

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Pocono Race Notes

The NASCAR Cup Series will travel to Pocono Raceway this weekend for two races. It is hard to compare Pocono to any other track on the schedule. The best way to predict what will happen Saturday is to evaluate what happened at the Tricky Triangle last year. Here are my notes from the last race […]

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Talladega Race Notes

The races at Talladega are the most unpredictable on the schedule. Trying to predict a finishing order is simply a waste of time. The “Big One” is going to happen, and it will take out the best cars. We can analyze the data and look at the drivers who are better than others at missing […]

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Atlanta Race Notes

The Cup Series will travel to Atlanta Motor Speedway Sunday. The drivers love racing on this old, worn out track and fans love the show they put on. Drivers must know how to manage their tires in this long race. Some are better than others. So the best way to predict the future is to […]

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Charlotte Race Notes

The NASCAR Cup Series will return home this week to compete in the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday and another 500(K) race on Wednesday. What we see at Charlotte will likely be closer to what we had in Las Vegas than the results from the two races at Darlington. Last year’s race came down to a […]

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