NASCAR’s biggest challenge is to get a fast start with G6 cars
In an effort to avoid calling the new cars for the Sprint Cup Series “cars of tomorrow,” NASCAR decided to call them “G6s – the sixth generation remake of the flagship cars for the sport.
The new cars are designed to bring back manufacturer identity. For the first time in years, a Chevrolet looks like a Chevrolet (although it’s an Australian-production car), a Ford looks like a Ford and a Toyota looks like a Toyota.
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