NASCAR wants teams to cut down on rear adjustments
CONCORD, N.C. -- NASCAR sent a memo to Sprint Cup teams this week putting a limit on the amount of rear adjustment being made to create more downforce and sideforce.Teams have been increasingly adjusting the rear housing in an attempt to close the gap on the No. 99 car of Roush Fenway Racing's Carl Edwards, who has won three times on intermediate tracks this season.
The adjustment basically has the back tires turned to the right with a
rear toe adjustment, ...
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