You have probably already seen the news stories regarding all of the excitement that is about the impending Formula One races coming up this weekend. If you do not have the time to sit in front of your television and follow every single race that is taking place, then you are going to find it very difficult to get any sort of entertainment from your NASCAR results. There is a good reason for this, and that is because the three-lap race is the most boring of the races that will be taking place this weekend.
It is also the slowest. Each of the cars in the race runs out at different paces depending upon the previous turns two, three and four that they make during the race. There is no middle ground. If you are in first place, you are going to be way down on the speed curve, but if you are in the pits, you are going to have to start from the back of the grid. In either case, it is more or less a straight line, so there is really nothing interesting about watching someone who is running in fourth place going out in the first place! So why would anyone want to watch this?
Well, apart from the fact that it is boring, there is also the dirty air. In almost every major racing event there is some level of dirt and debris that is released onto the track. This gets into the air when the tires hit the ground, and it can be quite dangerous for the drivers of both cars involved. This can greatly impact how well a driver can control a car, which means it is imperative that you at least try to understand how much of a factor this has in deciding who wins a race.
Of course, you are also going to be looking for a result in the race and you want it to be a winning one. That means you will need to take a look at the NASCAR results to determine how each car is performing. In order to do this you only need to know where each car in the race is placed.
You will see that there are usually three or four rows of cars on the track, with the cars placed in the same row on the outside of the track in front of you, and those that are further back in the pit road on the inside of the three rows. The cars that are farthest from the outside of the track at the end of the third lap are the ones you are most likely to watch the race for a victory.
Choosing Pit Before Race
You will notice that there are many drivers that choose to pit before the race starts. If you look at the NASCAR results, you will see that often it is the two next to the lead driver that decide to pit. Often enough, you will see that a car will go into the pits just before or just after its second step on the engine. This is because the driver who is trying to pit will often have a problem getting into a high speed turn one. Once he or she does get into the turn one, they may find that the front tires are not able to grip the ground while they are changing direction.
To discover which tires are best for these turns, you must pay close attention to what the NASCAR results are showing. If you observe the chalk on the rear bumper of a car, you will notice that the rear bumper clears twice as fast as the other two. This is a good thing when you are racing for victories. Oftentimes, when a car needs to change direction on the green, the rear bumper clears the ground for the change and allows the car to push the front tires. This will help you to easily move from one turn to the next and to gain more speed throughout your race.
Watch The Card
First, you should watch for a car that loses its line on the green flag pit stops. Oftentimes, cars will run out of gas and lose control of their car when they get too close to the finish line. This causes them to run out of gas and get out of range of the racer that just took them out of first place. Watching for this mistake means that you need to make sure that you have enough gas to last you through the rest of the race.
The second mistake that you should look for is failure to communicate with the other drivers. There are times when drivers will be in contact with each other when racing. However, it doesn’t mean that drivers are always communicating. Sometimes, drivers may be communicating by making noises or flashing lights to let other drivers know that they are out of luck on that particular lap.
If you notice that drivers are not communicating with each other, you need to make sure that you can capitalize on this mistake and get some extra points on the track.