HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA - JANUARY 15:  Erik Jones tests the Next Gen car at Homestead-Miami Speedway on January 15, 2020 in Homestead, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) | Getty Images

A check of the Subsequent Gen car for NASCAR’s Cup Series is scheduled Monday and Tuesday at Dover Global Speedway following a Cup Series doubleheader weekend.

Competition officers confirmed Monday that Stewart-Haas Racing rookie Cole Custer will form laps within the prototype on the 1-mile Delaware song, inserting more manufacturing parts into exercise and sorting out the high-load conditions of the concrete high banks. It’s the first check for the Subsequent Gen mannequin since the COVID-19 outbreak in March.

Furthermore, competition officers revealed that IMSA group Motion Insist Racing is making laps Monday with its own Subsequent Gen prototype on the Daytona Global Speedway Avenue Course. The group check is being conducted with reigning series champ Felipe Nasr and Crew Penske’s Austin Cindric, who received Saturday’s Xfinity Series dawdle on the three.61-mile Daytona Avenue Course layout.

“The Motion Insist check permits a sports car group to uncover referring to the architecture of the Subsequent Gen car and stumble on any opportunities to adopt new applied sciences,” talked about John Probst, NASCAR Senior VP of Innovation and Racing Building. “The check additionally advantages NASCAR – it helps us check the sturdiness of parts, helps with tire fashion and presents us records from a avenue route check.”


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