NASCAR cancels qualifying race amid Covid-19 conditions. On Tuesday afternoon, NASCAR has confirmed what has been the talking point in the entire summer. It is because of the Covid-19, NASCAR has decided to cancel the practice and the qualifying sessions for NASCAR Cup, Xfinity, and Gander RV and Truck series.
The Vice President of the competition, Mr. Scott Miller on Tuesday stated that “Following discussions with our race teams and the broader industry, NASCAR will continue to conduct its race weekends without practice and qualifying for the remainder of the 2020 season in all three national series,”. This decision is indeed fair as this will protect people and the risk factor will be reduced.
Mr. Scott Miller said, “There are a lot more things that need to go on in the garage area, so much more difficult to There are all the safety protocols w the COVID-19″
Since its resumption, the organization has arranged draws to decide the starting line. A driver can start the race from any position but Miller recently said that they can change the format and allow all 16 cars to participate in the first draw. He was quite satisfied with this system. He said, “The current format has worked well in addressing several challenges during our return to racing. Most importantly, we have seen the competitive racing week-to-week.” He added, “NASCAR will adjust the starting lineup draw procedure for the Playoff races, and will announce the new process at a later date.”
As things stand, the future looks very interesting for the company. No qualifying round will make the race more interesting, more attacking, and thus more chaotic. Just one race and the winner will bask in the glory.