The Biggest Disappointments from 2013 NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup so Far

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The Biggest Disappointments from 2013 NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup so Far
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The Chase for the 2013 Sprint Cup is almost halfway over, and while we’ve seen some exciting moments, the Chase has also been met with disappointment.

The same issues that plagued the earlier post-seasons continue to do so this year and hopefully it’s only a matter of time before NASCAR fixes them.

Issues like a variety of tracks, and the same drivers continuing to make the Chase year in and year out are two issues that are slowly ruining the post-season playoffs of NASCAR.

We’ve also seen issues with the Gen-6 and the tire wear that the new car causes because of its high speeds.

Wasn’t this the car that was supposed to change stock car racing?

Instead it’s made the post-season lackluster, and drivers have been stuck in single file grooves, without the ability to pass unless it’s during a restart.

Hopefully as the post-season moves forward, drivers will push themselves and their teams harder, and we will see more races like the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas.

As for now though, these 10 things are the biggest disappointments of the Chase so far.

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