NASCAR Winston Cup Series - Race No. 27 - Sylvania 300 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series - Race No. 18 - New Hampshire 200 New Hampshire International Speedway (1.058-mile oval) - Loudon, N.H. Fast Facts for September 12-14, 2003 Tire: Goodyear...
NASCAR Winston Cup Series - Race No. 27 - Sylvania 300
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series - Race No. 18 - New Hampshire 200
New Hampshire International Speedway (1.058-mile oval) - Loudon, N.H.
Fast Facts for September 12-14, 2003
Tire: Goodyear Eagle Intermediate Radials
Number of Tires Required:
Winston Cup: Left - 1,200, Right - 1,200;
Truck Series: Left - 325, Right - 325
Tire Codes: Left - D-6360; Right - D-6362
Tire Circumference: Left - 87.3 in.; Right - 88.6 in.
Technical Inspection Inflation:
Left Front - 20 psi; Left Rear - 20 psi;
Right Front - 30 psi; Right Rear - 30 psi
Minimum Recommended Inflation:
Left Front - 14 psi; Left Rear - 14 psi;
Right Front - 26 psi; Right Rear - 23 psi
Estimated Pit Window: Every 95-105 laps, based on fuel mileage.
Notes: This will be the fourth straight NASCAR Winston Cup race that Goodyear has brought this combination of left- and right-side tires to New Hampshire . . . both the Winston Cup and Truck Series will run the same tire codes this week . . . in addition to being used at New Hampshire in 2003, NASCAR teams have also run this combination earlier in the season at Richmond (including last weekend for both Winston Cup and Truck Series teams) and will run them again at Phoenix on October 31-November 1 . . . as on most NASCAR ovals one mile or less in length, teams will not run inner liners in their tires at New Hampshire.
Goodyear Quote -- Mark Keto, Lead Engineer, Stock Car Tire Development: "After they repaved the corners at New Hampshire in the off-season, Winston Cup teams came here to race in July and the track came through with good reviews. On top of that, our tire set-up, which we first brought here in July of 2002, responded well as expected. The nice thing teams will have this weekend is that they just ran this combination last week at Richmond, so they should be very much in tune with how these tires work."