DOVER, DE-----Another big weekend for NASCAR nation as the boys head to Dover, Delaware for the Autism Speaks 400. While the Car of Tomorrow marks its return to the circuit, the track alone is enough to grab the concern of the drivers.
"I love Dover, it's one of my favorite tracks to go to, it's real exciting, real challenging...it's pretty much everything I like in a race track," explains Matt Kenseth.
"Dover is just so physically demanding a race track. Very difficult to handle well there. When you hit, you hit hard. It is one of the most difficult tracks to run on," adds Jeff Burton.
Aside from the Dover International Speedway is adapting to the Cars of Tomorrow once again. In its first appearance since Jeff Gordon's heroics, the drivers must embrace the future of NASCAR.
"It will be the biggest test we've had, that we've had by far...Aero is such a big deal with those cars, it will be interesting to see," states Denny Hamlin.
Previous winners on this track include Matt Kenseth, Greg Biffle, and Mark Martin. However, considering the Hendrick drivers domination of Car of Tomorrow Races, like a kid who loves chocolate and vanilla, it's tough to pick a favorite.
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