This weekend’s race at Michigan International Speedway will be the second test for NASCAR with a high-drag package. Things didn’t go so well at Indianapolis, but Michigan is a different style of track and will hopefully provide better racing.
One of the biggest parts of the aero package is a massive spoiler on the back of the car. As Alex Bowman pointed out today on Periscope with Chicken Bone Alley, the spoiler is bigger than his head.
— Chicken Bone Alley (@CBoneAlley) August 11, 2015
Before Periscoping with us, Bowman also sat down with us for a Q&A that will be coming out later this week. He had some comments about the Michigan race and how this weekend should be a stark contrast from the Brickyard 400.
“Michigan is so different from Indy in almost every aspect,” Bowman said. “Honestly, we might just see superspeedway racing. It might just be a big pack race. Which seems like what [NASCAR] wants at this point. I’m definitely interested, though. I think it might be a couple of small packs instead of one big pack.
“These cars are going to punch a huge hole in the air and the draft is going to be big. But at the same time, with that big of a hole in the air when you get into the corner you won’t have any grip. So I don’t know, the guy up front could run away in leave all of us. It’s really hard to say until we get there.”
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