NASCAR Speedweeks are right around the corner and the Dodge boys have a new car in town. While the major body shapes are sanctioned by NASCAR, the Charger nose isn't. Looking part catfish and part vacuum cleaner, the grill certainly loves to suck and it seems that more than air is getting in. Wallace's comments gave this insight; "I guess if I only had one concern it would be about the grille possibly trapping debris." A stray hot dog wrapper or a can of Bud thrown from an angry fan can reek havoc on the cooling system. Since the street Charger's grill is up high, not the greatest for 195 mph cruises, the NASCAR grill was pushed down low to improve aerodynamics and remove any similarities in appearance other than the word Charger. Kasey Kahne's Charger is shown.
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