William Byron before the Chicago street race: The cars will be really tough to drive

"It is going to be something different," William Byron said

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William Byron before the Chicago street race: The cars will be really tough to drive

There is still a little time left until the start of the Chicago Street Race, and the excitement is in the air. It is difficult to predict what lies ahead of us. The most important thing for us is that this race will bring us the "excitement factor" and we have no doubt that this will happen.

The NASCAR drivers are completely confused before this challenge, considering that it is the first time they are taking part in a race of this kind. A few days before the race, William Byron, the man who has surprised everyone this season, was asked about his impression of the event.

Byron expects a tough race, full of unknowns. "It is going to be something different," William Byron said. "The cars will be really tough to drive. Just the gradient of the course and everything like that. It is going to be tough.

It’s going to be really tight exits of the corner. Trying to stay within the walls and not pop a toe link."

Chase Elliott and his impressions

There is also a cautious approach to this kind of race on the part of Chase Elliott.

It will be a challenging race for him, and he stressed what could be key to success. Despite preparations and everything, Elliott and the others know this will be a very difficult race. "I anticipate the track having a lot of character because it is an actual road," Chase Elliott said.

"Typically, courses like that, they are piecing them together bit by bit so it might not have a flow. A lot of road courses have a really nice flow to them and you can find a rhythm. Some road courses don’t and it becomes a bit more difficult to find that rhythm and find that flow." It is not only Elliott and Byron who are anxious about a race like this, but there are many others as well.

A number of other drivers made similar statements as well. As the most anticipated race of the season approaches, we will see who will be the bravest and the most prepared.

Source: hendrickmotorsports.com

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