An accustomed to classical tracks, a flormula-1 fan or a WTCS, at first glance, NASCAR does not take it seriously. " What can be easier is to turn on one side! " This is a common misconception that European viewers are very rarely on the oval tracks - in Europe there are only a few tracks, and they are most often forgiven. For example, the British Rockingham Motor Speedway was used in a oval configuration only at the beginning of the 2000s, when the Champcar race was taken and is now operating in another form; for the European race, only a small portion of the oval track is served.
The characteristic of the oval track is that only one side of the road is to be turned, by clockwise or against it. But in fact, it's not much easier than moving a car from the side to the side. The moisture motion requires its own designs, the suspension is asymmetrical, and the difference is between the sides of the water and between the front and the rear bridge. This has to do with the fact that the oval tracks are inclined to the centre by road. In Bristol, it reaches 30° in turns and 10° in direct directions, thus compensation is required for the inclination of the vehicle.
At the same time, the combination of forces (including centrifuges) constantly strives to take the car outside the radius, while the internal advantage is greater for rounds. That is the art of not just shaking circles, but constantly counting on the trajectory of the rivals to avoid giving them a round-up loophole, and controlling the car: you can barely ease your hand on the steering wheel, as a centrific force drives the car into the wall. Thus, the complexity of the vault movement is not so much a pattern of tracks, but the density of the struggle is that the rivals themselves become part of the track, the natural obstacles are much more than, for example, in the same F1. Pelato of 43 vehicles written in 858-metre track is a very serious test that is far from all.
The first race of the NASCAR Bristol Motor Speedway took on 30 July 1961, which was won by Jack Smith at Pantiak. Since then, the stadion configuration has been changed only twice: until 1969, it was half a mile (804 m), then one single race passed on the 848-metre track, and finally the final length of the track was 858 m, the track has been unchanged for more than 40 years. Bristol is considered to be one of the most mature championships, because from any point on the podium, all four turns and two direct tracks are visible. It is not possible to miss any event. There's enough.