NASCAR Just Made Some Rule Changes For the Michigan Race
NASCAR just announced more rule changes today for the setup of the Sprint Cup series cars, when they race at Michigan International Speedway. In a continuing effort to "promote closer competition on the race track", NASCAR has ruled that, at M.I.S. (and Kentucky) there will be "of a reduction in spoiler height from 3.5 inches to 2.5 inches, a splitter reduction of two inches and a re-sizing of the rear deck fin to complement the spoiler change".
According to Steve O'Donnell, NASCAR executive vice president of competition and chief racing development officer, what this package will do (and he specifically mentioned Michigan when discussing this), "is lower some of the corner speeds to allow for even more passing".
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