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The 22nd Cup Series Race of the Years will take place at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday. This will be the fourth NASCAR road course where drivers will compete. The others are Circuit of The Americas (Sonoma Raceway) and Road America. The Verizon 200 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Starts at 2:30 p.m. ET You can watch the show on NBC or the NBC Sports App.

The wildcard for NASCAR was road courses, with each of the three races producing a driver who won their first race in Cup Series. One driver to watch is Daniel Suárez as he won a road course this year as well as finished in the top five in the last two starts of them. This week, Suárez talked about the success he and his team, Trackhouse Racing havePerformed this season. 

“I am proud of my team and everyone at Trackhouse Racing,” Suárez said, per Sportskeeda. “We have been running very well of late. But we can be better. I thought we had a winning car at the start of Sunday’s race, but we were just a little bit off. Third place is a good finish, but we aren’t going to be happy until we are in first place.” Suárez was also asked if he prefers the Indy oval or road course. “I think Indianapolis is a big enough deal for everyone in racing that maybe we should race there twice,”He stated. “Once on the oval and once on the road course!”

NASCAR hopes that Sunday’s race runs more smoothly this week than it did last week in Pocono. Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin finished first and second respectively in the race. Both drivers were disqualified after failing post-race inspection. Chase Elliott won his fourth victory of the season after being disqualified. 

“I think it was a shock to all of us, for sure; something that hadn’t been done in 60-some years,”Per Hamlin claimed Saturday. “I thought we had one of those Richard Petty big engines in the car or something, but not this time. It’s a piece of tape, and they were pretty consistent that that’s the way that they want it starting with this new car. I just hope that it’s consistent for everybody, no matter who wins the race.”


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