Drivers hope changes end Penske’s Sonoma reign

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“It’s funny that sometimes a team just seems to click with a track,” Power said.

And even with all the alterations at Sonoma, Power’s pre-eminence hadn’t changed Friday. He led the practice session as the only driver topping 109 mph, beating Briscoe in second.

“Slowing the car down more, it’s a little bit more difficult now,” Briscoe said. “The guys that were quick here, the teams that were quick here, are quick here still. We still have that same gap to close. It’s about sixth-tenths of a second, which is a lot. But we desperately need to close that.”

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