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By David Morgan, Associate Editor There’s a new wrinkle to next month’s NASCAR Cup Series race at the Daytona International Speedway road course in the form of a chicane that will alter the layout for the course’s debut race. The August 16 event was originally scheduled to run on the same layout as the Rolex 24 at Daytona, NASCAR and track officials elected to put in the new chicane between the exit of Turn 4 and the tri-oval, much like what is in place at the Charlotte ROVAL, in an effortRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor For the past five years, inspection in the NASCAR garage area has included the often maligned Laser Inspection System (LIS) and claw template, but that all changes for the 2018 season. Debuting at Daytona, NASCAR will start using the new Hawk-Eye system, developed by Hawk-Eye Innovations, the same company behind the pit road officiating cameras that have been in use over the past few years. Instead of inspection by a series of lasers and metal templates, the new system will rely on cameras and projectionsRead More