NASCAR's CEO has hinted that the NASCAR Gen 7 is coming out in the near future, and I'm sure many of you have already heard this speculation. While the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NASCAR Nationwide Series are very popular, there are still many more people who have been fans of racing from years past than are actually driving cars on the racetrack today.
During the recent Speedweeks at Charlotte Motor Speedway, NASCAR President Steve Phelps said they are planning to introduce the next NASCAR Gen 7 car into the sport. Since then, we have compiled a list of what current industry insiders have said about the new car. They are very excited about it, but so were we.
One of the biggest questions is whether or not the new car will be similar to what we have today in terms of size. Will the NASCAR Gen 7 Car, which will be called the Chevrolet SS, remain small enough so that it still looks good? Or is it going to be a big deal and everyone thinks that the race track is going to be packed full of cars, but no one can see the new car because it is too small?
Another question is whether or not the new NASCAR car will be as safe as the current generation of vehicles. Will it be able to meet the legal requirements to drive on the streets of the United States? NASCAR wants to make sure that all of their drivers know how to operate the vehicle safely, and that it is capable of meeting the legal requirements. The current generation of cars can't meet the current legal requirements, and most of the current generation of drivers cannot meet the legal requirements.
The other big question surrounding the next generation of NASCAR vehicles is whether or not they will come with a manual transmission and whether or not they will have an automatic transmission. In order for a car to be considered a “Gen 7” it must have features that can only be found in a “Gen 7” car.
The NASCAR officials hope that the upcoming Gen 7 cars will be the first of their type since the inception of the series. This would increase the popularity of the sport greatly, as well as help ensure that those who would be driving them feel more secure in their driving skills and in their driving ability.