Ty Gibbs: NASCAR’s newest villain?

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Turn 2 Blog: The Next Gen on Short Tracks & Does NASCAR Need Dirt?

*Turn 2 Blog is a regular feature on InsideCircleTrack.com. Here, site operators Michael Moats and Richard Allen take turns offering their thoughts on the NASCAR and pavement short track racing topics of the day. So far in the 2022 season there have been two NASCAR Cup Series short track races(Richmond & Martinsville) and both have been remarkably uneventful. While the Next Gen car seems to have improved the racing on the intermediate tracks, has it done so at the expense of the short tracks? Richard: The first two short track races of 2022 have been rather uneventful. There were a…

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Late Race Contact: It’s either right or wrong and you can’t see it both ways

The topic of what is and isn’t acceptable in terms of contact between race cars on the last lap or during green/white/checkered finishes has been a hot topic of debate over the last two weekends. The wild endings in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race as well as NASCAR Cup Series event at the Circuit of the Americas along with the battle coming to the checkered flag in the NASCAR Xfinity Series show at the Richmond Raceway have stirred a good deal of conversation. And as is usually the case, it seems as if fans are deciding what is…

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Turn 2 Blog: Strategy Races & the Beauty vs Ugly of the Playoff System

*Turn 2 Blog is a regular feature on InsideCircleTrack.com. Here, site operators Michael Moats and Richard Allen take turns offering their thoughts on the NASCAR and pavement short track racing topics of the day. The Toyota Owners 400 at the Richmond Raceway turned into a strategy race with Denny Hamlin ultimately claiming the win after his crew devised a way for the No. 11 car to have the best tires at the end of the race. Not all races have to come down to a last lap bumper car match to be interesting, do they? Richard: I generally don’t mind…

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Can the Next Gen bring the “Action Track” back?

Several years ago, the Richmond Raceway earned the nickname of of the ‘Action Track’ due to the fact that the NASCAR Cup Series races held there often featured a great deal of excitement and sometimes a little controversy. The 2008 run-in(or run-ins) between Kyle Busch and Dale Earnhardt Jr. are forever etched into the memories of many fans. And those who are old enough likely remember the “yap-yap mouth” post-race situation involving Kevin Harvick and Ricky Rudd in 2003. However, it seems as if that reputation has slipped away from the track a bit over the past few seasons. In…

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Turn 2 Blog: COTA Thoughts & What to Expect from Bristol Dirt

*Turn 2 Blog is a regular feature on InsideCircleTrack.com. Here, site operators Michael Moats and Richard Allen take turns offering their thoughts on the NASCAR and pavement short track racing topics of the day. NASCAR’s Next Gen(or Gen 7) car just completed its first road course weekend. Thoughts? Richard: Many aspects of the Next Gen car appear to have been designed with road course racing in mind. The new machine’s independent rear suspension, rack-and-pinion steering and the sequential transaxle are all components used in road racing. With the NASCAR Cup Series employing more road courses than ever before on its…

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Anyone picking against Chase Elliott at COTA?

Hendrick Motorsports teams have won three of the last four NASCAR Cup Series races here at the start of the 2022 season. Those victories have been shared among three of the organization’s four drivers with the only one being left out of victory lane so far being 2020 series champion Chase Elliott. Going into this weekend, the odds are strong that the company that has won the last two series championships will add another win on Sunday and that could very well complete the cycle of in-house winners. Chase Elliott has become NASCAR’s road course ace over the past few…

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Don’t discount Ty Gibbs because of who he is related to

It would be easy to look at the record Ty Gibbs has achieved in the relatively short period of time he has competed at the higher levels of racing and attribute at least some of his success to the equipment he drives. But anyone who would do that simply isn’t watching closely enough. Yes, the 19-year-old rising star is the grandson of legendary NFL coach and NASCAR team own Joe Gibbs but there has to be more to his story than simply the fact that he has the right relatives. After all, he is not the first driver in NASCAR…

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Turn 2 Blog: Atlanta Reconfiguration; “Out of Bounds”; Other Track Changes

  *Turn 2 Blog is a regular feature on InsideCircleTrack.com. Here, site operators Michael Moats and Richard Allen take turns offering their thoughts on the NASCAR and pavement short track racing topics of the day. The Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 held this past Sunday was the first race on the newly reconfigured and repaved Atlanta Motor Speedway. What did you think of the final product? Richard: This race, for me, was particularly hard to judge. It was definitely entertaining. And yes, NASCAR, like all other sports, is as much about entertainment as it is about the purity of competition….

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NASCAR’s Tournament lasts all season

  Just in case you haven’t been following along, the NCAA Basketball Tournament is set to begin this week as teams will battle their way toward a potential Final Four appearance and a national championship. For many sports fans this time of the year is a particular favorite as upsets, near misses, and high drama will be part of the show for the next few weekends. The tournament begins with a pair of “play-in” games between four teams who are simply hoping to work their way into the field of 64 title contenders. In some ways, the NASCAR Cup Series…

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