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Old 1 Nov 2001, 22:39 (Ref:168529)   #1
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libertyville, il
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Roselady3 should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
New areo package for Daytona & Talladega

Driver's, crew chiefs, owners & NASCAR officials had their meeting & they voted on changes.
They are removing the metal strip across the roofs. & a new spoiler angle of 55 degrees. More changes & requirements will be decided during testing.

OK- So what does this mean?
2 freight trains- Or back to 1 freight train like the 2000 Daytona?
Or will this make for REAL racing?
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Old 2 Nov 2001, 04:07 (Ref:168587)   #2
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Emfa should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
No roof strip and lower spoiler will mean less drag and lower downforce. That could mean higher straightline speed and lower cornering speed. What that means for racing, though, is probably anybody's guess at this point.
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