Chase Briscoe claims Pocono Raceway corners are ‘so different your car will never run well in one or two of them’

Chase Briscoe walks onstage during driver intros prior to the NASCAR Cup Series Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway

M&M’s Fan Appreciation 400 will roll out this weekend at Pocono Raceway, and Chase Briscoe will be on track to represent Stewart-Haas Racing in his #14 Ford Mustang. Last weekend at New Hampshire Raceway, Briscoe drove his Ford Mustang to a P15 finish after starting the race from P29.

Unlike most tracks, Pocono Raceway is unique in that it has a triangular shape, which is why it was dubbed the “Tricky Triangle.” The track has three particularly tricky corners and Chase Briscoe is one of the drivers who confirmed that the corners are indeed tricky.

Speaking of the track corners, Chase quoted Briscoe as saying that the track is one of the most unique tracks. In his statement he said:

“Pocono is definitely one of the most unique circuits we go to. The three angles are so different that your car will never drive well in one or two of them. You have to make him drive well through the tunnel bend and you want to try to get him as close to good as possible in the others.”

The other thing Briscoe raised was the next-generation car. This is the first time that the new generation of cars will race on such a track. The cars performed better on roads, oval and dirt roads. Briscoe thinks it will be one of the most fascinating races as it is unknown how the cars will perform on a triangular track.

Chase Briscoe visits Pocono Raceway for the second time for M&M’S Fan Appreciation 400

Briscoe began his Cup Series career in 2021 and this will be his second visit to the circuit as a Cup driver. His best track result as a Cup driver was P21 in last year’s doubleheader, where he scored P24 in the Pocono 325 and improved to P21 in Pocono 350.

Prior to his Cup Series career, however, Chae Briscoe had racked up two track victories, one as an Xfinity Series driver and the other as an ARCA driver. This shows he could walk home with this weekend’s trophy if things go well.

Briscoe is one of the drivers who secured their spot in the play-offs early after winning the race in Phoenix on March 13, 2022, and is currently working hard to increase the number of wins as he hopes to win the championship. to take home at the end of the season. He sits 17th in the NASCAR driver standings with four top ten finishes and three top five finishes.

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