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FYI WIRZ: After Rainy Daytona Epic, NASCAR’s Top 5 Eager for Dry Phoenix

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races are generally long. That's the distinction for the sport’s top class, but most are three to four hours; not 36 hours like the postponed Daytona 500. Although some races are delayed or cut short by Mother Nature, few get postponed over the long 36-race season. The desert climate at Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Arizona will likely accommodate the routine hectic completion of the 312 lap Subway Fresh Fit 500 on the 1.0-mile oval track with 11 degree banking. This fast track was resurfaced last year and that brings uncertainty. Fans not in the stands on Mar. 4 can tune in the action at 2:30 p.m. on FOX. NASCAR Sprint Cup teams are heading into their second race. Common analysis of team producti...

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