2020 Xfinity Series News

StandOnIt

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I'm liking the front row

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Speedbowl14

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I'm looking at the weather radar and after all the hype about rain it looks like the Xfinity race today will be mostly dry with a couple showers lol. Definitely a dry start at the minimum.
 

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Race rules and procedures


In the event of inclement weather, each series’ race director can declare a “wet” start or “damp” start, according to the NASCAR Rule Book. A wet start means that the entire racing surface is covered in moisture; a damp start means that the track has areas of moisture, but that other areas are dry. The race director can also declare the conditions not race-ready, if heavy downpours cause puddles and impaired visibility.


For a wet weather start:


  • All vehicles must mount rain tires, activate their rear flashing light and have a working windshield wiper installed.
  • Normal starting procedures follow.

For a damp weather start:


  • All vehicles may elect to install rain tires at the crew chief’s discretion. The rear flashing light must be activated, and windshield wipers may be installed.
  • Any team making a pit stop for rain tires on subsequent pace laps will forfeit their starting spot.
 

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I'm looking at the weather radar and after all the hype about rain it looks like the Xfinity race today will be mostly dry with a couple showers lol. Definitely a dry start at the minimum.
If by mostly dry you mean in the space between all the raindrops then yes, you nailed it! :cheers:
 

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It will be interesting to see how he does after that hard whack. He's looking for a full time job next year

 

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Pockrass is going with the Penske/Cendric combo for Texas. Not a bad pick. Not a Yota in the bunch. I would think Jones would lead that bunch. So far nobody has been able to touch the Fords for raw speed so I would say another Cendric/Briscoe battle?

 
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