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Comparing the Difference Between a NASCAR Next Gen & Older Lug Nut

AUSTIN, Texas – One of the biggest changes from the old NASCAR Cup Series car to the Next Gen car is the lug nut system used.

During Circuit of the Americas race weekend (March 26), Frontstretch‘s Jared Haas compares the size of two lug nuts, the cost and explains why some teams are losing their tires with the Next Gen lug nut.

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About the author

Jared Haas joined the Frontstretch staff in May 2020. A graduate of Cedarville University in December 2019, Jared has been a Nascar fan since 2006. One of Jared's passion is recreating and creating Nascar cars for video games.

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Steve R

the one lug system seems unsafe, if the wheels keep coming off, one is going to be hit by a car and it will go flying into the stands, ugly look and unsafe

Eric Sluss

Can you please Ask I can get one & I sub on your Youtube channel one is ericandchocosluss_yt and Eric Sluss

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