How the tracks should be set up for the NASCAR Chase in proper order. Chase Order: SHORT TRACK RUN: 1.) Bristol- Hopefully the new pavement will be an improvement. I like Richmond more, but it’d be silly to have two Chase races in Virginia. Starts the season on primetime tv (on ABC for that matter, which is a plus).
2.) Martinsville- Awesome short track. One of the most exciting to watch.
EASTERN STRETCH: 3.) New Hampshire- Assures a track up north. Even though I like Dover more, I want two larger flat tracks.
4.) Darlington- Because it’s awesome. Ultimate skills test.
5.) Charlotte- In NASCAR’s capital. This is a no brainer.
WESTERN STRETCH: 6.) Texas- Too big of a market to pass on. Eddie Gossage has done great job making Texas into a mainstream track that stands out from other 1.5 mile tracks.
7.) Sonoma- Road course racing. Awww yeaaahhh.
8.)Fontana- I’m the only one that likes this track. I don’t care either. This is a track where it takes a fast race car, and it takes a good race car driver. There’s multiple lines that can be run. Really the only track where you run 5-wide. Great race track. It’s also a warm weather track.
9.) Phoenix- Another flat track.
NASCAR SPRINT CUP SEASON FINALE- Daytona: “Where the season starts and ends” 10.) Daytona- Restrictor plate racing. Unpredictable entertainment for all.
What do you think? What should or shouldn’t be included in the Chase?
About the Author
Written by Joseph Hopkins
I write on here for the Cleveland Browns and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Favorite sports teams: Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Indians, Michigan Wolverines, Hendrick Motorsports, Team Red Bull, and Jeff Gordon and the #24 Drive to End Hunger Team.