At slightly more than one mile in length, New Hampshire Motor Speedway technically isn’t a “short” track, but it races like one from the drivers’ perspective.
And that’s a good thing, in Landon Cassill’s view.
“I look forward to shorter tracks because I think we have a better shot to be more competitive at short tracks,” Cassill said of his JD Motorsports with Gary Keller team. “We ran really well at Richmond, and I also have a Nationwide pole at Loudon. I feel like I can run well there.”
Cassill returns to NHMS this week for Saturday’s CNBC Prime’s “The Profit” 200.
Cassill won the pole for the Nationwide race at NHMS in June 2008 but finished 34th in the race after an accident.
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