NASCAR’s new “overtime line” might have extended last fall’s race at Talladega, which ended after a Kevin Harvick (4)-caused crash gave race leader Joey Logano the victory.
NASCAR’s new “overtime line” might have extended last fall’s race at Talladega, which ended after a Kevin Harvick (4)-caused crash gave race leader Joey Logano the victory. Mark Almond AP
NASCAR’s new “overtime line” might have extended last fall’s race at Talladega, which ended after a Kevin Harvick (4)-caused crash gave race leader Joey Logano the victory. Mark Almond AP

NASCAR updates qualifying formats to reflect ‘charters’

February 11, 2016 04:32 PM