NASCAR: The 6 Toughest Tracks Remaining in the Chase

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NASCAR: The 6 Toughest Tracks Remaining in the Chase
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Only six races remain in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship. After the demolition derby, which was the Good Sam Roadside Assistance 500 at Talladega Super Speedway, all 12 drivers still have a chance at the championship.

Talladega may have been the toughest track in the Chase, but the drivers will face some difficult tracks in the final weeks of the season. Half of the tracks remaining are 1.5-mile “cookie cutter” tracks. Although the tracks are called “cookie cutter” because of the similar size, no two tracks are the same.

Here is a list of the toughest tracks remaining on the 2012 schedule.

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