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“It’s definitely a little weirder setup for the week,” William Byron said of Sunday’s Texas All-Star Race » FirstSportz

William Byron
William Byron

Texas Motor Speedway will host the annual NASCAR All-Star Racing a mid-season non-points race that will see winners of recent cup races compete for a million dollars along with some qualified racers. The All-Star Race Weekend not only offers a chance for a big payday for teams, but also a chance to try something that can turn their season around.

William Byronthat No.: 24 Hendrick Motorsport Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 The rider will take to the track hoping to get back into winning form Texas as he has yet to secure a spike to finish after his Martinsville Victory that marked his second win of the season. The track offers the youngster a chance to recover and chase the championship again.

Now William Byron has expressed his opinion on how the preparation for other Cup races differs from the All-Star weekend and how much the non-points and prize money structure is a part of it.

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Find out what William Byron said

William Byron
William Byron wins the Gander Outdoors Truck Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 200 at Martinsville Speedway

William Byron acknowledged that this week is definitely a bit of an odd prep for him as the All-Star race is the least he knows about compared to other race weekends. He went on to say that he feels that drivers get into a rhythm going to certain circuits where they have an idea of ​​how the different stages are going to play out and have a plan for the race duration and plans for what important is. William Byron suggested that unlike other tracks, Texas is more about winning than getting a solid finish.

Yes, it’s definitely a little weirder prep for the week. That’s probably the least I know about this race each week. I feel like you get into a rhythm when you go to certain circuits. You know how the stages will go. You know how long the race will last and you plan everything that is important in your head. And then you kind of worry about getting a good degree. I think in this race you don’t worry that much about a solid finish,‘ said William Byron.

William Byron went on to say that as the race is more about winning, preparation for the weekend will be different as the plan will focus more on how to win than putting yourself in a solid position to win . He added that drivers’ minds will be more focused on taking pole in the qualifying races to maximize your chance of victory.

You’re kind of worried about winning it. That definitely brings a different set up for the week just to think about what it takes to win versus what it takes to put me in a position to win. They really only think about the qualification format; you’re thinking about how I’m maxing that out to get on the pole,‘ added William Byron.

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