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Bill Belichick gets it differently than anybody else,” Busch said.You have reached the limit of 5 free articles per 30 days.The answer, of course, is no one really knows until the green flag drops on the 2017 season.The conventional wisdom -- that it shouldn't be much different for those who have non-Sprint carriers and that it likely will be a little worse for those who have Sprint -- is a good guess."There is no question that there are going to be challenges," said Kimberly Meesters, who headed the NASCAR program for Sprint. that the Sprint network is immensely better today than it was five years ago.“I don’t think there should be reason for concern,” Busch said.
Rain limited those chances, but Kyle Larson turned the fastest lap on Tuesday with a best speed of 125.6 mph and led the group again on Wednesday at 125.1 mph.
Since Loudon’s September race will move to Las Vegas in 2018, this will be the last fall NASCAR race at Loudon for the forseeable future.
Busch, a Nevada native, admitted he is partial to the Vegas track when he was asked about the move.
“Bruton (Smith, SMI chairman) and those guys see the numbers and know why they’re making that move.
It is what it is.”It’s yet to be seen whether Las Vegas will serve as a more vibrant market, but that’s the bet NASCAR and Speedway Motorsports, Inc., are making.
So I’m excited about the opportunity to go to Vegas.”No drivers may be as disappointed about the move from NHMS as Newman, a three-time winner with seven top-fives, 18 top-10 finishes and seven poles in 30 Cup races at Loudon.