Sharing EFI information could help solve electrical problems in Sprint Cup cars
NASCAR’s electronic fuel injection system was supposed to modernize the sport’s fleet of race cars, but the switch from carburetors hasn’t come without some glitches.
Several teams have had problems with circuit breakers shutting down the car. For Robby Gordon, it cost him a chance to race in last week’s race at the Bristol Motor Speedway.
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