RACE PREVIEW

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BAD BOY OFF ROAD 300

NEW HAMPSHIRE MOTOR SPEEDWAY

September, 25th, 2PM on NBCSN TV

1.05 Miles, 7 Degrees of Banking

CHASE RACE #2

This week the drivers of the NASCAR circuit head back north to the Granite State to New Hampshire International Speedway located about 75 miles from downtown Boston. A very flat, 1.05 mile track always provides an interesting race. Martin Truex won in Chicago and is guaranteed to move onto the next round in the Chase. This is race #2 of the ten-race Chase for the Cup. Because of the flat, tight turns there is always beatin’ and bangin’ on this track. None of the Chase drivers want to be caught up in any of that, they just want to get in and get as many points as possible. From this point on no one wants a DNF (Did Not Finish), one can hurt; two will kill your chances at the Cup. Joe Gibbs Racing has the most wins in the last ten years with seven including a win from Matt Kenseth earlier in the year and in this race here last year. Will Joe Gibbs Racing who have dominated the circuit in the regular season continue their domination here in this crucial Chase race? We’ll find out on Sunday.

Tuesday look for our Top 10 teams in advance of the BAD BOY OFF ROAD 300 from New Hampshire Motor Speedway.