It remains uncertain as to when NASCAR will bring back practice and qualifying according to senior vice president of competition Scott Miller.
Appearing on SiriusXM NASCR Radio, Miller said the post would not have planning any qualifying or practice though the Aug. 23 event at Dover.
Included during that time is events for all three series at the Daytona road course, which will be the first time for all three.
“What’s beyond that, I think is still a little bit up in the air,” said Miller. “To have practice and qualifying, we have to have more people on the rosters. There are a lot more things that need to go on in the garage, so very much more difficult to execute all the safety protocols with the COVID-19.
“To get back anything different than what we’re doing now is really going to take a significant change in sort of the landscape on COVID-19. At least through Dover, it will be the draws as we know it.”