NASCAR Cup series teams will meet them Atlanta Motor Speedway For the second time this season for the 19th timeth Round of cup races as the regular season reached the final weeks of racing before the playoffs. Fans can expect an intense day of racing at the track on Sunday as the limited number of playoff spots and race days makes the Atlanta race very popular with drivers seeking the regular season championship or a playoff spot.
Although the No.: 48 Chevy Camaro ZL1 driver for HenrikMotorsports, Alex Bowman In none of those discussions will he hope to qualify for the playoffs, which he secured spots in earlier this season Vegas Cup race victory that can put him in the right place in the championship run. Bowman’s fight isn’t just limited to the entire starting lineup, he needs to win a team fight as he hopes to be one of them one day hms driver just like what Kyle Larson and Chase Eliot are now for the team.
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Find out what Alex Bowman had to say about the upcoming Atlanta Race
Speaking about his hopes for the upcoming race, Alex Bowman acknowledged they had a good run earlier this season in Atlanta, although there are many challenges like the next-gen car and the new paving, which he is confident that with the help of last time’s data and his team’s efforts to improve the car, he can put in a good run.
“Last time we were at Atlanta (Motor Speedway) we had a good #48 Ally Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Of course there are still many challenges with the next gen car and the paving but our guys are working hard to put us in the best position every weekend and I am confident they will look at the information we have from last time did improve our car‘ said Alex Bowman.
He added that he hopes to win the technical race ahead of him in Atlanta with the new livery he’s been given, saying: “The race is quite technical so I’m looking forward to getting out there in our new scheme and trying to get it on the road to victory on Sunday“.
Speaking about the race, Alex Bowman’s crew chief said they risked points last time out at Road America as they had the opportunity to earn stage points, although they were dismayed at the end of a finish but added that they still got the 33 points they had he scored that would take away last weekend. He continued that for them it was a step up from the DNF in Nashville, so they are working to control the things that are available to them to aim for victory in Atlanta.
“We had an opportunity to earn stage points on the first stage at Road America and I was confident that Alex (Bowman) could move up front so we bet for points and it paid off. We were not happy with our result but we will definitely take the 33 points he scored on track last weekend.” said Greg Ives.
“It was a step forward after not finishing the race in Nashville so we’re going to build on that success, work on what we can control and try to be there in Atlanta at the end of this Sunday.” Greg Ives added.
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https://firstsportz.com/nascar-news-the-racing-is-pretty-technical-so-i-am-looking-forward-to-getting-out-there-alex-bowman-on-his-upcoming-cup-outing-at-atlanta/ “The race is pretty technical so I’m looking forward to getting out of there,” Alex Bowman tells FirstSportz about his upcoming cup outing in Atlanta