Enthusiasts: Next Gene Car: The Great Chance for Youngsters in NASCAR Sports?

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It's more modern, wider, deeper and comes with many innovations: the next-gene car celebrating its debut in the NASCAR 2022 in the upper house will. with low output and 670 horsepower under the hood (except on superspeedways) the driver should return to the center and make the difference with his abilities. In particular, young drivers in the NASCAR Circus have an advantage if the Next Gene vehicle debuts in February 2022 in Los Angeles and Daytona?

Tony Stewart sees in rows of his team Chase Briscoe as secret favorites on good results in 2022. The 27-year-old celebrated his cup debut in the 2021 season with Stewart Haas, but in the Gen6-car had some problems: He took overall Only three top-10 results and made it only place 23 the overall standings. Stewart is sure that Briscoe will really bloom in the Next-Gen car.

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experience and new car an advantage?

"I think it was a big advantage for him to have a good rookie season to drive on all these routes and to deny races with all these drivers before winning the next-gene car next year, But I think that there is the same conditions for him now, "says the co-owner of the Nascar team, which in the season 2021 generally had difficulties to keep at the top - Kevin Harvick remained silent for the first time since 2009.

"Nothing is more new for him, except the car. It's new for all, so I think that's a chance for Chase, with the new race car that already brings a lot of excitement in the store," , says Stewart, who hopes with the introduction of the Next-Gen car a boom in the Ford Rennstall.

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Briscoe likes the new handling

Briscoe has already been allowed to test the Next-Gen car and look forward to the first race with the much more modern car: "I have Not much experience with the Gen6, but the new vehicle definitely has some tendencies similar to the old car. But the biggest thing that is pretty obvious is that you can drive the car a lot of harder than the old one. "

"The window we have when we go to the limit is much smaller than at the Next Gen car than at the Gen6 car," Analyzed Briscoe, who became 2021 rookie of the year in the season. "It was just a much bigger window. You can drive the car a lot of harder, but the potential to go over the limits is much lower. I'm looking forward to it, even if it's something else."

Penske-Youngster A secret favorite

Briscoe is not the only young pilot in the field of the NASCAR Cup series 2022, which could draw attention to himself. Austin Cindric, the Brad Keselowski in the Penske-Ford will be bunched with the start number 2, is only 23 years old and has brought the Xfinity title in 2020. Much more important though: He also collected racing experiences in other series.

When the Next Gen car was tested by the drivers, there were always comparisons towards GT racing. An advantage for Cindric, because the Penske-Youngster has already denied five GT3 races in the IMSA series. In addition, inserts in prototype and rallycross sports, which Cindric could make in the 2022 season a real secret favorite, the Next-Gen car should be the talented racer from Columbus in Ohio.

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