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Published on May 2, 2012
As the season reaches half-way, we go to three tracks with one on the West Coast and two in the Southeast. Infineon Raceway is a tough road course that weaves through the hills of Sonoma Valley in California, also known as wine country. The series came there in 1989 and has been there ever since Riverside closed its doors. We went to Daytona for the 500, but we weren't done yet because we have the 400 mile race every 4th of July Weekend. Finally, we have Kentucky. It opened in 2001, but it only hosted events for the NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Ten years later, it was granted a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. With seven races left in the Race to the Chase, we still have a long way to Richmond and it will be all about points and we better not mess it up. Even if my team is still leading, we still can't afford to screw up.