Five Tracks That NASCAR Should Remove From The Cup Series Playoffs

#1 Homestead Miami Speedway Replaced by Daytona International Speedway

Lets be honest here.

Homestead Miami Speedway is not the end of season race that NASCAR fans deserve after a grueling 36 race schedule. Furthermore, while Homestead Miami has created some very memorable championship races over the past four years, its hard to argue that it was due to the track layout alone. In fact, a larger factor could be the heads up championship format that was created in 2014, which means NASCAR would have the same result at any track.

With that being said and some fans dissatisfied with Homestead Miami hosting the season finale every year, why not change the final race to Daytona International Speedway. Not only would Daytona serve as a more interesting final race due to the addition of pack racing and gusty moves to grab the lead in the final moments of the race, it also makes sense for NASCAR to finally have its version of The Superbowl at the end of the season.



In the end, fans might not like the luck based factor that goes into a track like Daytona International Speedway, but with its increased intensity and four wide racing, its almost impossible to argue that it wouldn’t be exciting to watch. It would also be a great way to bring in casual fans as well!  What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments below!

 

 

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