Several NASCAR Sprint Cup teams wrapped up a two day Goodyear tire test at Daytona International Speedway Wednesday.
A total of nine teams took part testing a new tire compound Goodyear will use when they return for the July 6 running of the Coke Zero 400.
“Goodyear is looking for different compounds and different sidewall constructions and continue to learn about this race track and these cars and tires,” said Roush-Fenway Racing driver Biffle, who won the Coke Zero 400 back in 2003. “That’s why we’re here is to help Goodyear and it gives us a chance to learn some stuff, get some data, try a few things to get ready for the summer race.” MORE>>>
- Matt DiBenedetto’s excellent run comes to abrupt, violent end - February 17, 2019
- Clint Bowyer’s last-ditch effort ends in nine-car wreck - February 17, 2019
- Jimmie Johnson scores miraculous top 10 at Daytona - February 17, 2019