The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will be under the lights Saturday night at Texas Motor Speedway for the NRA 500.
Texas is one of the fastest racetracks on the circuit and produces some of the best racing. Although it is considered a “cookie cutter” racetrack, it is much different than the other 1.5-mile racetracks. The speeds through turn one make turn two one of the hardest in the series. Teams must set their cars up to navigate the tricky turn.
This week the handling of the car will be as important as horsepower. The teams who are able to show up at the racetrack with a good setup in the car will dominate the race. Drivers who have had a history of success at Texas Motor Speedway will be the drivers to select for your team.(Read More)