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2019年11月02日 category : 未分類 

One of the final wild card races to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regular year is upon us. Sunday’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 (1:00 p.m. ET) should produce a ton of fireworks on and off the track.
You’ve only been six different winners this season in NASCAR’s premiere division which leaves 10 wild card positions out there. Mix that with this race being very spacious, and you receive drivers making more adventurous moves than before.
Covers Experts’ Auto Racing Advisor breaks down the favorites, value drivers, and his best bets for its Coke Zero Sugar 400.
*Editors Note: The Coke Zero Sugar 400 was initially scheduled for Saturday but was postponed because of rain. It will now be conducted on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET in Daytona International Speedway
NEW PACKAGE
Out with the old, and in with the new. The race in Daytona this weekend will seem a lot different on Saturday night compared to the last Cup Series race we saw back in February.
The Daytona 500 was conducted under the older restrictor-plate package, but we’ll see the debut of the tapered spacer in Daytona this weekend. The horsepower will be greater but with a larger spoiler too. So, for the first time since 1986, the cars will not have a restrictor plate at Daytona.
The race at Talladega back in April also ran with this bundle, which generated a crazy race. Add to the fact that this is a night racewith more traction than what Talladega had in April under sunny skies, and you might see an even wilder series Saturday night.
It could not get much worse than the single-file racing that people saw dominate the headlines in February. The rationale that the February event raced as though it did was due to the package and development to these cars. The frequent theme was that these cars don’t side draft onto the left side very well anymore and that the best way to get a side draft would be to do this on the ideal side of the automobiles — hard to perform on the high side.
The minimal line struggles to make any headway when most of the cars have all the energy out of the draft up high. Additionally, cars are getting a side draft off the exterior SAFER barrier and getting a jog through the corners and from it.
The Daytona 500 had more double-file racing compared to the Clash and the Duels, but it was nothing like what we watched in Talladega.
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FIVE YEARS, FIVE WINNERS When Aric Almirola won the rain-delayed race 2014, he began a new fad for the yearly July race. Almirola, won at the famed No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports entry that year, and since then we have seen another organization win in each individual year.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Hendrick Motorsports) acquired the next year followed by Brad Keselowski (Team Penske), Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (Roush/Fenway Racing) and Erik Jones (Joe Gibbs Racing) after.
So, who is next?
If we get a sixth straight different organization to acquire, look for Stewart-Haas Racing, Wood Brothers, Leavine Family Racing, Chip Ganassi Racing, Germain Racing, JTG Daugherty Racing, Richard Childress Racing, Premium Motorsports, Spire Motorsports or StarCom Racing to reach Victory Lane.
Leavine Family Racing would be a good alternative as Matt DiBenedetto (+3,000) led the most laps in February’s Daytona 500. Paul Menard (+3,000) would too with the Wood Brothers because he had a fast hot rod in February.
Stewart-Haas Racing would be an obvious choice since they’re typically strong on superspeedway races plus being a Ford group, the blue ovals have won three of those previous five Coke Zero Sugar 400’s. But, SHR has just scored five full Daytona wins with Tony Stewart taking the checkered flag first in three of them including both in summer time classic.
WORKING OVERTIME
With how this type of racing goes, it should come to no surprise that we’ll likely see a NASCAR overtime on Saturday night.
Five of the past six Coke Zero Sugar 400s have gone to OT, together with the lone regulation finish coming in a rain-shortened race in 2014. In fact, seven of the last nine years have observed overtime finishes at the July night race at Daytona. Get ready to sweat.

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