Despite Being a Cup Rookie Chase Briscoe Confident to Grab Some Advantage in ‘No Practice’ Races
In 2021, Chase Briscoe is going to make his full-time NASCAR Cup Series debut. The Stewart-Haas Racing team recruited him to the #14 car in place of a retiring Clint Bowyer. Recently, he spoke about his debut and how he would adjust to having no practice sessions. In conversation with SiriusXM Radio, he said, “I’m […]

In 2021, Chase Briscoe is going to make his full-time NASCAR Cup Series debut. The Stewart-Haas Racing team recruited him to the #14 car in place of a retiring Clint Bowyer. Recently, he spoke about his debut and how he would adjust to having no practice sessions. In conversation with SiriusXM Radio, he said, “I’m kinda back and forth on it. Truthfully I feel like no practice is a blessing, because guys like Kyle Busch and Denny [Hamlin] and all these guys have so much experience. They can really tune their cars in that two hour practice. They know what they need, the teams are so good, everyone can get dialled into everybody’s cars.” He acknowledged that experienced drivers know what their cars need for the race. As a rookie, Chase Briscoe does not have the same amount of knowledge as his rivals. Without practice, nobody will get a chance to fine-tune their cars and everyone has to figure it out on their own. What else did Chase Briscoe say? He admitted that the situation gives the driver a lot more control. However, Briscoe acknowledged that he has never driven a Cup car. Of course, it would be great if he had a chance to have a run on a track somewhere. However, the no practice situation places a lot of things in the drivers’ hands. AVONDALE, ARIZONA – MARCH 07: Chase Briscoe, driver of the #98 Ford Performance Racing School Ford, stands on the grid during qualifying for the NASCAR Xfinity Series LS Tractor 200 at Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)Chase  Briscoe confessed that there are two sides to the coin on this matter. On one hand, it is good for him because it places things in his control. Meanwhile, the other side of the argument says that this could be detrimental because the drivers are pretty much going in blind. For newcomers like Briscoe and a couple of others, they are essentially being thrown into the deep end. In addition to that, they have to make do without any ‘flotation devices’ like practice sessions. READ MORE: “I Am Both Fortunate and Unfortunate” – Clint Bowyer Pays Tribute to Jimmie Johnson
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