The racing surface at Texas Motor Speedway will be treated going into NASCAR‘s playoff weekend, confirmed NASCAR‘s Scott Miller on Tuesday morning.

“We‘re going to do kind of the same thing that has been the mile-and-a-half procedure for the mile-and-a-half‘s that we treat,” said Miller, NASCAR‘s senior vice president of competition, on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. “It‘ll be resin and some tire dragon at the beginning of the weekend, and we‘ll leave it.

“We‘re also going to probably go a lane or so higher in [Turns] 3 and 4 just to try to give a little bit more racing room over there. It may not turn into racing room, but if they do slip out of the groove, at least there will be something there to grab a hold of.”