“I just don’t think they can do a real dirt race,” Chase Elliott at the Bristol Dirt Race with the windshield on » FirstSportz

Chase Eliot
Chase Eliot

That Bristol Motor Speedway will be host Food City Dirt Race where the drivers of the Cup Series will fight in their next generation cars on a dirt track for the first time. The unique change will spice up the cup schedule and be a booster for NASCAR like the previous two rounds of the cup race at the short track which turned out not to be as exciting as they should be.

Although everyone is looking forward to the Cup Series race, one demand was raised among the Cup Series drivers: to the right

Move the car’s windshield to record real dirt racing as the reigning Cup Series Champion Kyle Larson put it”If we don’t take the windshields out, why are we driving on dirt?”

Now his Henrik Motorsport Teammate and cup winner 2020 Chase Eliot has suggested the same thing, expressing disappointment at NASCAR’s lack of interest in resolving the issue.

Find out what Chase Elliott said

Kyle Larson
Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott

Chase Elliott, who was voted NASCAR’s favorite driver four times in his career, claimed that NASCAR could not have a real dirt race with next-generation cars with the windshield on. He added that there are a few reasons NASCAR missed out on the short dirt races with cars without windshields.

“As long as they have the windshields in, I agree with a lot of people who have said that: I just don’t think they can put on a real dirt race. It’s going to be difficult, isn’t it? Because #1, dirt races aren’t very long, and there’s a reason for that. There are reasons dirt cars don’t have windshields. Continue down the line‘ said Chase Elliott.

Chase Elliott added that he was disappointed with some of NASCAR’s dirt race decisions, even though it was a great way for them to spice up the schedule for fans and drivers. He added that the track should have moisture to withstand the rigors of racing.

So I was a little disappointed with some of that and some of the decisions that were made because I think it’s a great idea to have a dirt race. I think it’s a great way for us to spice up our schedule and do something different to create an exciting weekend for the fans. But if we’re going to do it, we have to do it right. And to get it right we need to have moisture in the track and be able to have that track go through changes, the right changes that a good dirt race, if they get it right on a Saturday night, goes (through).‘ added Chase Elliott.

Also read: “We’re just wasting everyone’s time”, Kyle Larson on dirt race at Bristol Motor Speedway with “windscreens on” “I just don’t think they can do a real dirt race,” Chase Elliott at the Bristol Dirt Race with the windshield on » FirstSportz

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