NASCAR TEAMS FACING NEXT-GEN CAR SHORTAGE BEFORE DAYTONA

The concern is real. Wreck a couple of race cars early in the 2022 season, and a driver or team might have to scramble to have a car ready for a race as the NASCAR Cup Series transitions to the Next-Gen car. Let's see what the big NASCAR personality said on this

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What NASCAR Vice-President John Probst said on this

"Right now, we don’t see any parts or pieces that are going to keep any car from racing in an event. ... Time will tell. But right now, we’re concerned, but we’re not in a situation where folks are not going to be able to race."

 

What Trackhouse racing owner Justin Mark said on this

"It’s on my mind because it’s hard to know what is going to happen in the next four weeks, We’re prepared to do the work. It’s just what is going to show up at the back door"

What Joey Logano said on this

"That’s why I was surprised at how hard we were racing [at the test Tuesday], I was like, if we wreck these things, we’re in a bit of trouble."

What Brad Keselowski said on this

"Outside of having another COVID lockdown or some significant accidents, I think we’ll have enough cars to race, I'm not too concerned about that."

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