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How Will Cars Race At Talladega this Sunday?

Nascar Talladega

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the Aaron’s 499, descends on Talladega Superspeedway this Sunday for the 8th race of the 2011 season.

The Talladega Superspeedway is a 2.66-mile tri-oval track with a steep 33 degree banking in the turns and 18 degree banking on the straight-aways. The banking allows the cars to run at intense speeds. It is with these speeds that NASCAR has made the Talladega Superspeedway a restrictor plate track. This means all cars entered in the race must use the restrictor plates on their engines to limit air-intake and thus limit speed.

The style of racing at Talladega is still a mystery, even to the drivers themselves. And with a chance of a precipitation, it becomes harder to predict how the field should finish on Sunday.


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