Take a look at the photos of NASCAR’s bullring race track in Los Angeles, California
Chance are you haven’t seen the NASCAR Cup Series go bullring racing. That’s all set to change in just 46 days.
View photos of the LA Coliseum construction below.
The LA Coliseum is set to host the Busch Clash. The exhibition race will begin the 2022 season on February 6.
The track will be a 1/4-mile asphalt oval. The first time the NASCAR Cup Series has run on such a small track in the modern era. It’s never been done on such a large scale.
Format: Qualifying, Heat Races (Top 4), LCQ (6 Advance), Feature
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Construction has begun on the new Los Angeles, California NASCAR track. The temporary track is estimated to cost $1 million.
As of yesterday, NASCAR worked out the rules package for short tracks in the 2022 season. The cars will be fitted with 670hp as well as a low downforce 4″ spoiler.
A few weeks ago, Bowman Gray Stadium hosted a test with the Next Gen car. The track will be similar in shape to the LA Coliseum. You can watch a video of that test in the link below.
Related: NASCAR Next Gen test at Bowman Gray Stadium (Video)
Busch Clash Schedule
Here’s the tv schedule for the Busch Clash at the Coliseum:
February 6, 2022
Heat Races and Last Chance Qualifying Races
NASCAR Busch Clash at the Coliseum
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