Chase Elliott Believes Daytona Road Course Will Be a Challenge for Everyone

Chase Elliott

The next race on the NASCAR plan is Sunday’s Go Bowling 235. It will be run on the Daytona road course. It is a similar course, with alterations, utilized for the Rolex 24 hours at Daytona. Chase Elliott, like most other Cup drivers, mentions he will have to go through hours of simulation to get the hang of this one of a kind road course. It will be utilized again for the 2021 Busch Clash race at Daytona.

NASCAR has even added an additional chicane so as to cut the speed of the vehicles. NASCAR will race at the Daytona road course the first run through ever.

The track was added to the NASCAR Cup Series plan as the season saw a few changes due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Daytona Road Course race replaces the yearly street course race in Watkins Glen International in New York. The Xfinity Series and Truck Series will likewise be utilizing the Road Course this end of the week.

Read More: WATCH: Daytona Road Course Ready for NASCAR Cup Series Debut Race

Can Chase Elliott live up to the expectations?

Chase Elliott comes to Daytona with three straight top-10 completions. He’s not completed superior to seventh in his last seven races. Chase Elliott and his group were in the triumphant situation at Darlington before he engaged in an accident with Kyle Busch. They could have effectively won the Coke 600.

Despite the fact that the group won the subsequent Charlotte race. Since Bristol, he’s had seven top-10 completions and six completions outside the best 10.

NBC reports, “I think it’s going to be a fun challenge for everyone,” he said of having no practice before Sunday’s inaugural Cup race on the road course.

“I’ve never entered a race like that where you literally just have no idea what to expect. Road racing, in my opinion, is a lot about brake-markers and a lot about visual aids and these nuances around the track that you can see with your eyes to help with your hands and your feet do the right things at the right times. 

Heck, I have no idea where I need to stop on Turn 1 on Sunday; or (Turn) 2 or (Turn) 3 and all the way back around to the start/finish line.”

Chase Elliott believes Kyle Busch will the one challenging driver. “The one guy I look at that really is Kyle Busch, having come off that 24-hour event this year,” Elliott says.

He is not seen as a road course winner by the experts. Although, Chase Elliott won a year ago’s race at the Charlotte Roval, the latest street course race.

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