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NASCAR America: Corner entry, getting air to nose will be crucial at Michigan

Take a look back at how Ryan Blaney held off Kevin Harvick at Pocono by preventing the No. 4 car from getting air to its nose. Parker Kligerman explains why that strategy will important for all drivers at Michigan.

Corner entry is important, as is getting air to the nose of a race car at almost every type of racetrack in the NASCAR Cup Series.

We saw that at Pocono Raceway and we’ll see it this Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.

On Thursday’s edition of NASCAR America, our analysts Parker Kligerman and Steve Letarte discussed why all that is important, and how we saw it in the closing laps during the battle between Ryan Blaney and Kevin Harvick this past Sunday at Pocono Raceway.

Blaney, of course, won by holding off Harvick, particularly in the corners.

Check out the strategy in the video above.