Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Changes to NASCAR All-Star Race qualifying and Fan Vote

   There have been several changes made to qualifying and the Sprint Fan Vote for the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, which will be Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Qualifying is scheduled for Friday night prior to the Truck Series race.

   Qualifying will still consist of three laps including a four-tire pit stop. This year, there will be NO pit road speed limit coming on or leaving pit road for the stop. In recent seasons, there has been no speed limit only exiting pit road.

   Pit crew members can only begin the pit stops and come over the pit wall once their car has come to a COMPLETE stop in their pit stall.

   The Sprint Fan Vote winner must complete the Sprint Showdown race and have a car in "raceable" condition as determined by the series director. The winner does not have to finish on the lead lap of the race, just complete the race.


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