Those that follow NASCAR know that Nissan and Dodge will make their way into the sport in 2020. We will likely see a Dodge Charger SRT8 winning races in a few years. Expect to see Brad Keselowski in the #2 Dodge again. He won the championship back in 2012 driving a Dodge.
Some other drivers we might see in the Dodge Charger include
- Ryan Blaney
- Ross Chastain
- Joey Logano
- Michael McDowell
- David Ragan
- Paul Menard
We won’t be seeing the NASCAR boys sprinting around the track in a Dodge Viper but it will be fun to see Dodge back on the NASCAR tracks in 2020. There were some rumors that we could see Dodge in 2019, but that is not going to happen.
Do you think there is any chance that Dodge can win a race in 2020? If Brad Keselowski can get the feel of the old Dodge and race like he did back in 2012, one would imagine he could win a couple of races in 2020.
Unfortunately, with NASCAR now being a sport that is throughout the United States, it is not as easy for those living in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia to go to all the races. In the 1980s and 1990s thousands of fans would go to every single race as they were all in the southern states.
The trips to North Wilkesboro, Rockingham, Richmond, Darlington and Bristol were not that difficult. Now, you would have to fly to Phoenix, Las Vegas and even California. It is interesting to see how the sport has changed over the last two decades. Whether you like it or not, NASCAR is never going to be the same. It will be nice to see Dodge back on the track but it won’t be on the track at The Rock or in North Wilkesboro. It is very sad to see these racetracks in such disrepair since NASCAR decided to take their fans elsewhere.