NASCAR is steadfastly preparing for the 2024 season, with its keen eye on improving short-track and road-course racing, which forms the crux of off-season issues. The scheduled exhibition Clash at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, which signals the season’s dawn on Feb. 4, is just 12 weeks away.
An exciting element of this offseason endeavor is a test that NASCAR plans to conduct on Dec. 5-6 at the 1-mile Phoenix Raceway—the prime objective to seek ways to enhance the racing experience. The contingent for this test involves six teams, two from each manufacturer, and the likely involvement of Champ 4 drivers, namely Toyota’s-Christopher Bell, Ford’s Ryan Blaney, and Hendrick’s Kyle Larson.
A renowned figure at the tracks, Corey LaJoie, has been announced to be the secondary Chevrolet driver at this event. Following LaJoie’s announcement, Legacy Motor Club is projected to make its debut runs in its switch to Toyota, and RFK Racing is expected to represent Ford.
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