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Where the rubber meets the road, the track cools off a bit, allowing more grip for the racing slicks(tires). Starting a race during the heat of the day, & finishing at night, the teams that can make the proper adjustments to the cars handling, will do better. the drivers must adjust too, for instance, a car that is "loose" during the day, might be "tight" after the sun goes down... hope that helps, im no expert, but thats basically it.
Makes sense Dubya. I used to tour on a Sport/Touring bike ( Triumph Daytona 1200 ) and not...
Makes sense Dubya. I used to tour on a Sport/Touring bike ( Triumph Daytona 1200 ) and noticed that in the A.M & P.M of the day the bike performed better than in the heat of the mid-day. Thought it might have the same effect on the NASCARS.