Richmond Raceway is the host for the final race before the first off week of the season due to Easter next weekend. The run of short tracks continues this week as it will be the third short track race in the last four races with Texas squeezed in the middle. Just because it’s a short track though, doesn’t mean it’s similar to the others have been host in the past few weeks.

Now known as Richmond Raceway instead of Richmond International Raceway, the track is a .75-mile nearly flat D-shaped Oval that been in the NASCAR stable of tracks since 1953 but it opened in 1946. As it is currently constructed the turns are banked at 14 degrees with the front stretch tilted at eight degrees and the back stretch is at two degrees. The shape of...