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Old 01-28-2006, 02:03 PM
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NASCAR Set to Test Out West
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LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas Motor Speedway has received 41 entries for NASCAR Preseason Thunder Las Vegas.

This test session, which many NASCAR drivers are calling the most important of the season, will take place Jan. 30, 31 and Feb. 1. Each team will be allowed to test for two of the three days.

“The test at Las Vegas really shows us how the (cars) will perform at 1.5-mile tracks,” said Ryan Newman, driver of the No. 12 Alltel Dodge. “The 1.5-mile tracks on the circuit are very similar, so the LVMS testing session gives us a good read on how we can expect to perform at those tracks throughout the season.”

In addition to preparing for the March 12 UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400, there will be many different agendas.

Several drivers including Kurt Busch, Jamie McMurray, Michael Waltrip, Scott Riggs and Bobby Labonte will be getting used to working with their new teams. All seven of the rookie of the year candidates including Martin Truex Jr., Clint Bowyer and Reed Sorenson will take part in the test. Ford drivers will be getting the feel of the new Ford Fusion. Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kasey Kahne will be looking to find some speed on an LVMS oval that was not very friendly to them last year.

For reigning NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series Champion Tony Stewart and third-year driver Brian Vickers, it will be their first time in a stock car this year. Vickers missed Daytona testing after undergoing surgery on a hernia, while Stewart skipped Daytona to participate in the Chili Bowl Sprint Car event in Oklahoma.

The public is invited to watch the test sessions free of charge each day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Here is a tentative list of test dates and drivers:

Jan. 30-31: Clint Bowyer, Jeff Burton, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Robby Gordon, Jeff Green, Kevin Harvick, Dale Jarrett, Travis Kvapil, Mark Martin, Jamie McMurray, Elliott Sadler, Hermie Sadler, Ken Schrader, Brent Sherman, Reed Sorenson, David Stremme, Martin Truex Jr., Michael Waltrip and Scott Wimmer.

Jan. 31-Feb. 1: Greg Biffle, Dave Blaney, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne, Matt Kenseth, Bobby Labonte, Terry Labonte, Sterling Marlin, Jeremy Mayfield, Casey Mears, Joe Nemechek, Ryan Newman, Kyle Petty, Scott Riggs and Brian Vickers.

Jan. 30 and Feb. 1: Denny Hamlin, Tony Stewart and J.J. Yeley.

This is one of the most important test session's that these teams will do this year IMOP and you can get a idea how they will perform on the cookie cutter tracks.

I usually go to this every year but couldn't get days off from work this year. [img]i/expressions/face-icon-small-mad.gif[/img]
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SPOTLIGHT: NEXTEL CUP TESTING: Drivers ready to hit track

LVMS upgrade to happen after March 12 event

By JEFF WOLF
REVIEW-JOURNAL


Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s crew works on his Chevrolet in one of several garage stops during the NASCAR UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on March 7, 2004. Teams will start testing today for the March 12 Nextel Cup race in Las Vegas.
Photo by K.M. Cannon.

Drivers participating in today's opening day of the NASCAR Nextel Cup testing session at Las Vegas Motor Speedway will be preparing for the March 12 UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400.

Regardless of what happens on the track when the top 41 teams in the series take advantage of any two of three available practice days, the biggest news of the week likely will be made off the track.
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Speedway officials have a noon media conference scheduled for today where they will unveil plans to rebuild nearly all of the infield and drastically change the corners of the 1.5-mile tri-oval by increasing the degree of banking and narrowing the track in those sections.

Construction will be begin soon after this year's Cup race. Work includes moving pit road closer to the grandstands and replacing all but two race-car garage buildings with a new complex. The media/suite building adjacent to the current pit road also will be leveled and replaced.

Drivers certainly will be interested in how the track will be changed before the 2007 Cup race in March, but more importantly they will focus on getting their cars ready for this year's event.

There is added emphasis on testing that runs through Wednesday because NASCAR is limiting teams to six opportunities to test at tracks that host Cup races this year. Teams can test at other tracks or participate in an authorized tire test at a Cup track like Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Bobby Labonte did last week at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth.

What is learned this week in Las Vegas will help teams prepare for other circuits.

"The test at Las Vegas really shows us how the (cars) will perform at 1.5-mile tracks," said Ryan Newman, driver of the No. 12 Penske South Racing Dodge. "The 1.5-mile tracks on the circuit are very similar, so the LVMS testing session gives us a good read on how we can expect to perform at those tracks throughout the season."

All but two Cup regulars have tested at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla., and some have ventured to other tracks to log laps.

One driver who will be taking his first stock-car laps of the year is two-time and reigning Cup champion Tony Stewart. He skipped the Daytona testing earlier this month to drive a sprint car in the Chili Bowl event in Oklahoma. It wasn't a successful endeavor because he crashed twice during Chili Bowl week, including a tumble that did hurt his arm and a rib. But he competed in the 24 Hours of Daytona that concluded Sunday.

Stewart, who is scheduled to test today and Wednesday, isn't going to rest on his team's achievements last year.

"We have a team that's capable of winning a championship this year because we don't have to rely on what made us successful last year," said Stewart, who won five races and had a series-best 17 top-five finishes.

"We can take a new set of circumstances and pinpoint all of the variables to find a new combination that works for us on the race track."

Las Vegas natives Kurt and Kyle Busch will test Tuesday and Wednesday. Kurt Busch, who is slated to participate in today's media conference, will make his first appearance at the speedway with Penske South Racing in the No. 2 Dodge that had been driven by Rusty Wallace who retired after last season.
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Jeff Green fastest after Day 1 of NASCAR Preseason Thunder Las Vegas; Elliott Sadler posts fast time during afternoon session
Monday, January 30, 2006



Jeff Green and Elliott Sadler set the pace during Monday's opening day of NASCAR Preseason Thunder Las Vegas at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Green posted the fastest speed of the day during the morning session with a lap of 170.068 mph. Sadler was fastest during the afternoon session even after a spin in turn three. Green and Sadler were among 24 drivers on hand to test their cars for the March 12 UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400. Speedway officials expect 45 teams to test on Tuesday.

"We did a lot of winter testing and it looks like it has paid off," said Sadler, who drives the M&M's Ford for Robert Yates Racing. "We were pretty fast in both practices and we are very comfortable, and I think we have a good shot of coming back and running good. All of the hard work that the team had done has paid off. We will come back and try to learn more tomorrow, but as of right now I don't think we could be any happier."

The only incident other than Sadler's spin was a blown engine by rookie Brent Sherman during the morning session.

"I was a little tight so I tried to use the apron to help the car turn and I learned that I shouldn't do that," said Sadler. "I'm glad I learned it now during practice rather than during the race."

Mark Martin (169.369 mph), Jeff Burton (169.083 mph) and Kevin Harvick (168.592 mph) rounded out the top five drivers with practice times.

The public is invited to watch the test sessions free of charge each day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets for the March 10-12 NASCAR Weekend are available by calling 1-800-644-4444 or logging on to www.lvms.com.

Here is a tentative list of test dates and drivers:

Tuesday: Clint Bowyer, Jeff Burton, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Robby Gordon, Jeff Green, Kevin Harvick, Dale Jarrett, Travis Kvapil, Mark Martin, Jamie McMurray, Elliott Sadler, Hermie Sadler, Ken Schrader, Brent Sherman, Reed Sorenson, David Stremme, Martin Truex Jr., Michael Waltrip and Scott Wimmer.

Tuesday-Wednesday: Greg Biffle, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne, Matt Kenseth, Bobby Labonte, Terry Labonte, Sterling Marlin, Jeremy Mayfield, Casey Mears, Joe Nemechek, Ryan Newman, Kyle Petty, Scott Riggs and Brian Vickers.

Wednesday: Denny Hamlin, Tony Stewart and J.J. Yeley.

Monday's fast speeds

1. Jeff Green, Chevrolet, 170.068 mph 2. Elliott Sadler, Ford, 169.428 mph 3. Mark Martin, Ford, 169.369 mph 4. Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 169.083 mph 5. Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 168.592 mph 6. Robby Gordon, Chevrolet, 168.224 mph 7. Dale Jarrett, Ford, 168.130 mph 8. Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 168.046 mph 9. Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Chevrolet, 167.593 mph 10. Jamie McMurray, Ford, 167.520 mph 11. J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 167.385 mph 12. Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 167.250 mph 13. Scott Wimmer, Chevrolet, 167.245 mph 14. Reed Sorenson, Dodge, 167.219 mph 15. Denny Hamlin, Chevrolet, 167.141 mph 16. Martin Truex, Jr., Chevrolet, 166.795 mph 17. David Stremme, Dodge, 166.507 mph 18. Kenny Wallace, Chevrolet, 166.477 mph 19. Kevin Lepage, Ford, 166.241 mph 20. Bobby Hamilton, Jr., Dodge, 165.960 mph 21. Chad Chaffin, Chevrolet, 165.254 mph 22. Brent Sherman, Dodge, 165.011 23. Michael Waltrip, Dodge, 164.144 mph 24. Hermie Sadler, Ford, 163.716
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I heard the 38 ran a couple of mach qualifying runs. Why they would do that is beyond me!!
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I heard the 38 ran a couple of mach qualifying runs. Why they would do that is beyond me!!
When I have been to these test sessions before at Vegas you see alot of teams running in qualifying trim working on qualifying runs.

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Green holds fastest time after second day of NASCAR Preseason Thunder Las Vegas; Jamie McMurray fastest Tuesday
Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Jeff Green's lap time of 170.068 mph posted during Monday's morning session remains on top after day two of NASCAR Preseason Thunder Las Vegas.

Jaime McMurray posted the fastest speed of the day during the morning session with a lap of 169.316 mph. Green was fastest during the afternoon session with a lap of 169.263 mph. Green and McMurray were among 44 drivers on hand to test their cars for the March 12 UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400.

"We've got a good team, support from Hendrick Motorsports and good people and it shows," said Bootie Barker, crew chief of the No. 66 Best Buy car. "This test session is pretty indicative of what we have."

Jimmie Johnson spun during the morning session and rookie David Stremme lost control of his car after blowing an engine and hit the wall during the afternoon.

"Everything had been going pretty good, and we've been learning a lot, but the motor just expired getting into the corner," said Stremme.

"I'm kind of a victim of my own oil I guess. It just slid up in the wall. It wasn't real bad, but the car sustained some body damage. It happened down in turn three, just as you arc in it, it let go. It didn't hit hard."

Kurt Busch (168.903 mph), Jeff Burton (168.666 mph) and Mark Martin (168.518 mph) rounded out the top five drivers with practice times.

NASCAR Preseason Thunder Las Vegas concludes Wednesday. The public is invited to watch free of charge from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets for the March 10-12 NASCAR Weekend are available by calling 1-800-644-4444 or logging on to www.lvms.com.

Here is a tentative list of drivers:

Wednesday: Greg Biffle, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Jeff Gordon, Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne, Matt Kenseth, Bobby Labonte, Terry Labonte, Sterling Marlin, Jeremy Mayfield, Casey Mears, Joe Nemechek, Ryan Newman, Kyle Petty, Scott Riggs, Tony Stewart, Brian Vickers and J.J. Yeley.

Tuesday's fast speeds

1. Jamie McMurray, Ford, 169.316 mph 2. Jeff Green, Chevrolet, 169.263 mph 3. Kurt Busch, Dodge, 168.903 mph 4. Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 168.666 mph 5. Mark Martin, Ford, 168.518 mph 6. Matt Kenseth, Ford, 168.513 mph 7. Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Chevrolet, 168.403 mph 8. Elliott Sadler, Ford, 168.130 mph 9. Kasey Kahne, Dodge, 167.957 mph 10. Reed Sorenson, Dodge, 167.863 mph 11. Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 167.686 12. Ryan Newman, Dodge, 167.499 mph 13. Kenny Wallace, Chevrolet, 167.411 mph 14. Carl Edwards, Ford, 167.400 mph 15. Greg Biffle, Ford, 167.354 mph 16. Dale Jarrett, Ford, 167.312 mph 17. Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 167.240 mph 18. Kyle Busch, Chevrolet, 167.229 mph 19. Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 167.115 mph 20. Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 167.074 mph 21. Bobby Hamilton, Jr., Dodge, 167.022 mph 22. Scott Wimmer, Chevrolet, 166.806 mph 23. Kevin Lepage, Ford, 166.692 mph 24. Brian Vickers, Dodge, 166.636 mph 25. Casey Mears, Dodge, 166.600 mph 26. Robby Gordon, Chevrolet, 166.579 mph 27. Dave Blaney, Dodge, 166.379 mph 28. Scott Riggs, Dodge, 166.328 mph 29. Ken Schrader, Ford, 166.312 mph 30. Sterling Marlin, Chevrolet, 166.256 mph 31. David Stremme, Dodge, 166.200 mph 32. Jeremy Mayfield, Dodge, 165.832 mph 33. Bobby Labonte, Dodge, 165.695 mph 34. Martin Truex, Jr., Chevrolet, 165.598 mph 35. Travis Kvapil, Chevrolet, 165.294 mph 36. Mike Garvey, Chevrolet, 165.122 mph 37. Hermie Sadler, Ford, 164.795 mph 38. Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, 164.765 mph 39. Larry Foyt, Dodge, 164.694 mph 40. Michael Waltrip, Dodge, 164.679 mph 41. Kyle Petty, Dodge, 164.419 mph 42. Chad Chaffin, Chevrolet, 164.294 mph 43. Todd Bodine, Chevrolet, 163.895 mph 44. Brent Sherman, Dodge, 163.493 mph
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Carl Edwards sets the pace during NASCAR Preseason Thunder Las Vegas
Wednesday, February 1, 2006
NASCAR Preseason Thunder Las Vegas is complete, and it's no surprise that a Roush Racing driver is setting the pace.

Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 99 Office Depot Ford, was fastest during Wednesday's morning session with a lap of 170.778 miles per hour. That time also was the fastest among the 48 Nextel Cup cars that tested during the three-day test session at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

"Testing was great," said Edwards. "We were really fast and I'm pretty pumped to come back here and race. I love this race track and it's a lot of fun. If I don't run into anything and we keep the body in one piece we should be alright."

Edwards is looking to become the fourth different Roush driver to win the UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400 and to secure car owner Jack Roush's sixth win at LVMS.

Kasey Kahne was second (170.374 mph) on the speed chart Wednesday, followed by Las Vegan Kurt Busch (169.353 mph), Ryan Newman (169.099 mph) and Matt Kenseth (169.056 mph).

Newman's No. 12 ALLTEL Dodge was the first car on the track today but within five minutes had brushed the wall and had to pull into the garage.

Busch was fastest during the afternoon session with a lap of 169.694 mph. Busch, Dave Blaney and Travis Kvapil all spun during the afternoon session, but no one made contact.

Tickets for the March 10-12 NASCAR Weekend are available by calling 1-800-644-4444 or logging on to www.lvms.com.

Wednesday's fast speeds

1. Carl Edwards, Ford, 170.778 mph 2. Kasey Kahne, Dodge, 170.374 mph 3. Kurt Busch, Dodge, 169.694 mph 4. Ryan Newman, Dodge, 169.099 mph 5. Matt Kenseth, Ford, 169.056 mph 6. Casey Mears, Dodge, 168.898 mph 7. Greg Biffle, Ford, 168.655 mph 8. Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 168.629 mph 9. Scott Riggs, Dodge, 168.466 mph 10. Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 168.140 mph 11. Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 168.041 mph 12. Sterling Marlin, Chevrolet, 167.853 mph 13. Brian Vickers, Chevrolet, 167.806 mph 14. Denny Hamlin, Chevrolet, 167.770 mph 15. Ken Schrader, Ford, 167.712 mph 16. J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 167.650 mph 17. Kyle Busch, Chevrolet, 167.240 mph 18. Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 167.297 mph 19. Mike Garvey, Chevrolet, 167.146 mph 20. Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 167.095 mph 21. Dave Blaney, Dodge, 166.997 mph 22. Kyle Petty, Dodge, 166.821 mph 23. Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, 166.528 mph 24. Todd Bodine, Chevrolet, 166.261 mph 25. Jeremy Mayfield, Dodge, 166.077 mph 26. Travis Kvapil, Chevrolet, 165.899 mph 27. Bobby Labonte, Dodge, 164.971 mph 28. Larry Foyt, Dodge, 164.860 mph
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Ford stays downforce king; Dodge still struggles

Larry McReynolds / CREWCHIEFCLUB.COM

After the Las Vegas test, it's obvious that the same group that was fast last year is still fast. Ford was pretty stout last year, and I believe the 2006 Fusion is going to be pretty good.

When Ford created the new Fusion, they didn't go crazy on either end of the car. It still looks like the old Ford Taurus. Like the Fusion, the new Monte Carlo has been created to be a better car, but Chevrolet didn't get carried away with what they did on either end of the car. It still has a lot of the look and feel of the old Monte Carlo.

The Ford engine program continues to step up. Doug Yates, Robert Yates and all the people in the Roush-Yates engine group are tenacious about making more power. Their car this year is just as good if not better than the Taurus. They're all going to be forces to reckon with.

Until something changes this year, I wouldn't be a bit surprised to see as many if not more 2004 Intrepids racing as 2005 Chargers. When something looks a lot different, the question is, "Are you sure it's better?" Last year, there was a significant difference between the new Charger nose and the old Intrepid nose. Dodge's wind tunnel time and development showed the manufacturer that the Charger was going to be as good or better than the Intrepid. During the Daytona test, it was OK, but when they got to California and Las Vegas last year, Dodge said, "Uh oh, we're not as good as we thought we were." Dodge still has serious work to do this year, and Penske Racing was A-B'ing the Intrepid vs. the Charger at Vegas this week which is what they should do.

It appears that Dodge is open-minded enough to let the teams compare its current car with a 2004 car. When I was with Richard Childress, and the 2000 Monte Carlo came out, we struggled at the first few downforce tracks. I asked Childress if we could break out a '99 Monte Carlo. He asked Chevrolet, and there was not no, but, "Heck no! We're not in the business of selling '99 Monte Carlos anymore. We're selling 2000 Monte Carlos." Fortunately, NASCAR finally gave us extra kickout on the front valance for a little more front downforce, and the 2000 Monte Carlo ended up being just fine.

Intrepid vs. Charger


Mitchell from Atlanta, Ga.: I noticed that Ryan Newman and Kurt Busch were driving Intrepids at Las Vegas, like the teams ran in '04 and like Newman and Kasey Kahne ran in the '05 Ford 400. Any idea why these cars are being used yet again, and can teams learn anything from the Intrepid to help the Charger?

Larry McReynolds: Even though Kahne and Newman seemed a little bit better with the 2004 Intrepid at Homestead last year, Casey Mears was a spoiler. If it hadn't been for that last caution for a spring rubber laying on the apron, Mears wins the race with a Charger. I talked to Kurt Busch and he said that the Charger is like walking on a tightrope. If you hit the combination right on the head, you're in pretty good shape, but if you miss it ever so slightly, you're junk.

Ryan Newman has proven that the Charger can cut a fast lap if you throw fresh tires on it and tighten it up. But when you have to open that nose and your car starts sliding around on older tires, the Charger gets in trouble compared to the other makes. A lot of teams are trying make the Charger work. Sometimes they do, and sometimes it takes too long to make it work. The Penske organization probably said that they are in the business of winning races, and they have to answer to sponsors. Whether it's a Charger, an Intrepid or a Magnum from the '70s, Penske will run whatever they have to run to improve their performance.

When you've got a significant aero-balance difference between the cars, it can be very hard to cross-breed information between the Intrepid and the Charger. But Penske is trying to learn all it can right now because with the new testing rules, the Las Vegas test was the last test at a Nextel Cup track until May. Teams will continue to test at Kentucky, especially as weather gets better, but as far as testing at a track with the current leased tire, Vegas was it until Richmond which won't tell teams what they need to know at a 1 1/2- to 2-mile racetrack. Remember, Kahne won Richmond a year ago with the new Charger. It's a slower speed, and downforce is important but not nearly as significant as it is at Vegas, Fontana and Atlanta.

The next downforce test for these guys is at Lowe's Motor Speedway, and here's what's going to happen there. The track has been repaved, and it's going to have so much grip that everybody — no matter what he's driving — is going to be good. So Vegas was a critical test for everyone. The teams had better come out of there with some pretty solid information and direction because as Busch told me, he was testing for not only Las Vegas but Fontana, Atlanta and a lot of other racetracks.

The No. 2 team has been testing once or twice a week all over the place from Kentucky to Greenville, S.C. to Lakeland, Fla., which is smart because it's essentially a new team. About the only thing that's the same over there is the color of the car, the sponsor and the number. New crew chief, driver and when I walked in their garage area for the Daytona test, there were a lot of new faces.

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