NASCAR: No more qualifying, practice for rest of 2020
There will be no more practice and qualifying for NASCAR races in 2020, the sanctioning body announced July 21st.
“Following discussions with our race teams and the broader industry, NASCAR will continue to conduct its race weekends without practice and qualifying for the remainder of the 2020 season in all three national series,” NASCAR Senior Vice President of Competition Scott Miller said.
“The current format has worked well in addressing several challenges during our return to racing. Most importantly, we have seen competitive racing week-to-week. NASCAR will adjust the starting lineup draw procedure for the Playoff races, and will announce the new process at a later date.”
In the Cup Series, only four pole awards have been earned through time trials (Daytona, Fontana, Phoenix and Charlotte).
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