New “Takeaways” Emerge From Hendrick Motorsports’ Le Mans Challenger for NASCAR Garage 56 Program

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As Hendrick Motorsports gears up to prepare its overhauled Cup car for the upcoming and iconic European endurance race in France, a NASCAR insider, Bozi Tatarevic reveals some of the key differences between the Cup cars and their new modified variants.

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Tatarevic tweeted, Garage 56 Takeaways from digging through the Hendrick gallery and RaceHub video: -Big aero changes -All 3 pieces of chassis modified (rear significantly) -Fuel cell moved to GT3/Supercars style location -Fuel cell capacity increased to 30+ gallons -Oil tank relocated -Weight drop.

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Here’s Why The Cayman Is Called The Poor Man’s Porsche

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Besides being known for its engineering and automotive heritage, Porsche is also associated with high prices. Historically, there have been several models in the Porsche lineup that are dubbed the “Poor Man’s Porsche” by brand purists because they are considered entry-level models to the brand.

We can talk about the 944, produced between 1982 and 1991, or more recently the Boxster, which in its first-generation reached distributors in 1996 and served as the basis for its “brother”, the Cayman. The Cayman is a coupe derived from the third-generation Boxster roadster and was introduced by Porsche in 2006.

The Cayman is

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