Welcome to the All-Star race for NASCAR! This is traditionally a race where NASCAR tries some experimental stuff to test it during the exhibition race that has some of the best drivers in it every year. However, this year is getting even more experimental than usual. Remember, this is the race that gave us the current aero package after everyone loved the 750 hp package at the Charlotte Oval two years ago. Not only did they change locales for the race from Charlotte to Bristol this year; they’ve also introduced some changes to how the race will happen in terms of choose cone as well as the look of the cars with underglow lights in place and the numbers slid back on the door. This will be the first time that an All-Star race happens outside of Charlotte and they couldn’t have chosen a better, more exciting, track to move it to. The short track of Bristol, under the lights, is a great setting and one that held a Cup race (in the daylight) several weeks ago.

This race is 140 laps...