It’s been the most anticipated testing session of the 2015 season for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and for the second day in a row Mother Nature has forced it to be canceled.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will debut a new set of rules that are intended to help the competition on the racetrack this weekend at Kentucky Speedway. There were two sessions initially scheduled for Wednesday but rain washed away both sessions. The test was rescheduled for Thursday morning but that too was washed away by rain.
The test, which featured cars having a reduction in spoiler height, a reduction of the radiator pan and less of a front splitter overhang, was suppose to help teams get their arms around the new rules. Now teams will have to wait until Friday to run the package.
Rain also forced NASCAR to cancel Thursday morning’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice session.
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