Search
Close this search box.

Partner

Will We See a Single-File Daytona 500?

Duel 2

By Toby Christie         

Through most of Speedweeks, we have seen the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers stay single file in the top lane for about 90-percent of the racing action. Will that trend continue in Sunday’s Daytona 500?

It appears that drivers are too afraid to pull out of the line because they are afraid the bottom lane will either not be as fast, or they will have no help and will get hung out to dry.

But if you aren’t willing to make moves — good or bad — how can you ever expect to move from the back half of the pack to the front?

One driver who will not just contently run in the single-file lane on Sunday is Chase Elliott. Elliott was asked the question about single-file racing following the Duels.


Did you enjoy this story? If so, you can become_a_patron_button. Patrons get the opportunity to help this website grow as well as help mold the direction of what I cover in the future. You also will receive an awesome T-Shirt, a decal and you’ll be invited to an exclusive racing chat room on Discord.
 

share it
Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Reddit

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Latest Post

Alon Day NASCAR Xfinity Series Alpha Prime Racing
Alon Day to Pilot No. 45 Alpha Prime Racing Entry in Xfinity Chicago Street Race
Joey Hand RFK Racing Stage60 entry Chicago Street Race 2024 NASCAR Cup Series
RFK Racing's #Stage60 Entry to Return at Chicago with Joey Hand Behind the Wheel
LEGACY MOTOR CLUB Massey Motor Freight sponsorship announcement multi-year
LEGACY MOTOR CLUB Partners With Massey Motor Freight in Multi-Year Sponsorship Deal
Iowa-ARCA-Calypso150-94
Sending It In Iowa: Previewing The Atlas 150
Carson Hocevar Berlin Money in the Bank Practice 2024
Carson Hocevar Fastest in Practice for Money in the Bank at Berlin Raceway
Austin Green NASCAR Sonoma NASCAR Xfinity
Xfinity Newcomer Austin Green Earns Impressive Fourth-Place Result at Sonoma

Join Our Newsletter

Ready to have NASCAR news hand-delivered to your email daily?

Related Article