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NASCAR Mailbag: Where is the advantage?

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Mar 1, 2019 3:00 PM 2+ week ago

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I realize money buys speed but what do top tier teams (Gibbs, Hendrick) have access to that mid-tier teams do not have? Engines appear equal so I find it amazing that top teams can massage the front grill, shocks and springs and create such an advantage. - From Richard

Thanks for the question Richard, one of the biggest advantages larger teams have is their engineering staff and with it the simulation programs they work with. Also, teams with large manufacturer support generally get more wind tunnel time. All of those things combine to help make the car the most aerodynamically efficient, regardless ...

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