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#1 Im Zeichen des Programmierens » “With all those corners it’s not an ideal NASCAR track » 2020-08-12 20:20:21

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Photo: Peter Fox (Getty Images)   NASCAR fans have been asking the series to add more road courses for years, and with the addition of the Charlotte ROVAL and the Daytona road course, it seems that the series is listening.
Not everyone agrees, though.
In a phone interview with Jalopnik, Watkins Glen International president Michael Printup said the balance of road courses compared to ovals is just fine as it is.

Advertisement        “Right now we have an ideal mix of road course races
Watkins Glen and Sonoma have been some of the best races on the schedule,” Printup said
“The fans love it.” Fans certainly do
Watkins Glen has sold out for years

and both it and Sonoma have been a great opportunity to see a new driver take home the victory.
And that’s why fans want to see more.
Advertisement     Tony Stewart highlighted the Circuit of the Americas as a great option for NASCAR back in November of 2019 after driving the course in a stock car during the Formula One race.
Since then, rumors about the addition of the track to the NASCAR schedule have run wild—but Printup advises we temper those expectations.

“The track is too long for Cup racing in its current configuration

The lap times would be long, and it’s a very technical course,” he said.
“With all those corners it’s not an ideal NASCAR track, but of course they could come up with a different layout.”    G/O Media may get a commission    2-Pack: Quirky Flat Padlock   Buy for $6 from SideDeal    COTA does have an alternate layout designed specifically for the slower kind of racing Printup is talking about.
Back in 2013.

V8 Supercars (now merely known as Supercars) came to COTA for the first and only time

where they ran an abbreviated version of the full F1 course.
But for Printup, there are much better options.

“Us and the Sonoma operators are rooting for Road America to be added

It’s right in the middle of the country, he said.
“I’d say that 40 percent of the drivers want to see more road course races on the schedule.
Some older drivers may resist, but the younger guys want to mix it up.”    Advertisement     Road America isn’t entirely out of the realm of possibility—the Xfinity series competed there last weekend, on August 8, and put on a damn good show.
It could very well have doubled as a way for The Powers That Be to scope out the entertainment value of a Cup race at the same location.

Asked about any other tracks that should be pegged to host a NASCAR event

Printup had a surprising suggestion: “VIR would be a great addition.
It has the sight lines, the elevation changes, everything a natural terrain course should have.”    Advertisement     While a handful of next season’s races have been confirmed already, the full 2021 schedule is set to be released in the coming weeks.

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VIR Ideal for NASCAR, not COTA appeared first on TechKee.

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