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“The track is very challenging. It’s one of the smaller tracks that we go to and that always presents its own challenges. You really have to be careful on how you navigate the traffic because it’s tough to pass there. It’s been a tough few weeks for our team. We’ve had good cars, but just don’t have the results to show for it.”

Kasey Kahne on racing at New Hampshire

“I don’t really know that Loudon really compares to any other place we go, to be honest with you. It’s a pretty unique mile track that is very flat and hard to pass – that’s the first thing that comes to my mind. It’s a tough place.”

Chase Elliott on racing at New Hampshire

“I’m disappointed in our Kentucky finish. We had a really good car and I think we could have ended up in the top five. New Hampshire is a scrappy track – it's tough. We’ve had some speed there lately but just haven’t challenged for wins. If it's anything like last race, tires will be really important. I love visiting the area – there are great places to ride bikes and get outdoors.”

Jimmie Johnson on racing at New Hampshire

“I’m looking forward to New Hampshire. It’s a fun little racetrack. Obviously, it’s flat and it’s kind of tricky to get around, but it’s fun. We haven’t been as good as I want to be there. I’ve seen some guys on the last couple of trips there do some things that I want to be doing and we’ve got to figure out how to get our car to work that way. It should be a pretty fun race for us. I heard they’ve been working on the track surface, so it will be interesting to go there and see exactly how the track is.”

Dale Earnhardt Jr. on racing at New Hampshire