It doesn‘t take a NASCAR executive for any race fan to know the priority of NASCAR‘s focus on the racing product for 2024.
NASCAR will continue to look for ways to improve short-track and road-course racing.
That tops the list of offseason issues for the sport as it prepares for the 2024 season, which opens in 12 weeks (Feb. 4) with the exhibition Clash at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
NASCAR will conduct a test on Dec. 5-6 at the 1-mile Phoenix Raceway to look for ways to improve the racing. There will be six teams — two from each manufacturer — with three Champ 4 drivers: Toyota-Christopher Bell, Ford-Ryan Blaney and Hendrick-Kyle Larson will likely be among the six. Corey LaJoie has confirmed he is the second Chevrolet driver, and Legacy Motor Club is expected to get its first runs in its switch to Toyota. RFK Racing will likely be the other Ford.
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