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Friday October 22nd, 2021 3:29PM

PODCAST: Hard Left Turn - It's NASCAR, it's a road course, and yep - it's Elliott

By AccessWDUN Staff
  Contact Editor

Stop us if you've heard this one before.  Chase Elliott scored the win on Sunday on a road course.

Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race at Road America came out exactly the way the odds makers said it would, with pre-race favorite Elliott assuming the lead in the third segment and then driving away from the competition.

Our Hard Left Turn crew has a look at all the twists and turns from the race at the 4.11 mile track in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, including:

-Elliott's win made it a lock for Georgia drivers in NCS competition at Road America - the only other winner at the track was NASCAR and Georgia Racing Hall of Famer Tim Flock in 1956.

-Pit strategy played a huge part in the outcome of the race, with various teams trying to out smart each other.

-With the increase of road courses on the NCS schedule, the question of bringing in more "local" cautions has come to light.

-Atlanta Motor Speedway has announced a major "reprofiling" of the 1.5-mile track for the 2022 season.  Is this good or bad?

Plus, we'll preview this weekend's NASCAR weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

WDUN will carry live PRN Radio coverage of the NASCAR race weekend at Atlanta Motor Speeday, beginning with Saturday's NASCAR Xfinity Series Credit Karma Money 250 at 3 pm on 102.9 FM and streaming live on AccessWDUN.  Coverage continues on Sunday with the NASCAR Cup Series Quaker State 400 beginning at 2:30 pm on 102.9 FM, AM 550 and streaming live on AccessWDUN.

For up-to-the-minute motorsports information, follow @WDUNRacing on Twitter and log on to the Around the Track page daily.

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