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Testing also includes driver orientation to a new and different racetrack. In this aerial view of Concord, we see a strange configuration for a track that has a smaller radius in Turn 1, a reduction in banking going uphill toward Turn 2, then a dip and flatter kink going toward the backstretch. Then Turn 3 is tight with a widening radius off Turn 4. The various changes in banking cause loss in traction if not dealt with correctly with the shock settings.