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[[File:Chase racelott.png|thumb|250px|[[Chase Racelott]], a [[Next-Gen]] 2017 Race Car SA-5.]]'''Next-generation''' (also referred to as ''Next-Gen'') is term used to describe high-tech generation of racing cars competing in [[Piston Cup Racing Series]] since 2017 season.
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[[File:Chase racelott.png|thumb|250px|[[Chase Racelott]], a [[Next-Gen]] 2017 Race Car SA-5.]]'''Next-Generation''', also referred to as '''Next-Gen''' and '''third generation''', is a term used to describe high-tech generation of race cars competing in the [[Piston Cup Racing Series]] since 2016, debuting in ''[[Cars 3]]''.
   
[[Jackson Storm]] was first car of the generation to compete in Piston Cup. He debuted during [[Dinoco 400]] at the [[Copper Canyon Speedway]] where he won the race, starting trend of replacement of old stock cars in racing teams with [[Lightning McQueen]] being the last car of old generation to be replaced during [[Florida 500]] in 2018.
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[[Jackson Storm]] was the first car of the generation to compete in the Piston Cup. He debuted during the [[Dinoco 400]] at the [[Copper Canyon Speedway]] where he won the race, starting a trend of replacements of old stock cars in racing teams with [[Lightning McQueen]] being the last stock car to be replaced during the [[Florida 500]] in 2017.
   
 
[[Next-Gen]] is one of the companies that manufacture the next-generation cars.
 
[[Next-Gen]] is one of the companies that manufacture the next-generation cars.
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== Names in other languages ==
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==Names in other languages==
* Polish: ''nowa fala''
 
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*Polish: ''nowa fala''
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[[Category:Piston Cup]]
 
[[Category:Piston Cup]]
 
[[Category:Racing cars]]
 
[[Category:Racing cars]]

Latest revision as of 03:24, 13 May 2021

Chase Racelott, a Next-Gen 2017 Race Car SA-5.

Next-Generation, also referred to as Next-Gen and third generation, is a term used to describe high-tech generation of race cars competing in the Piston Cup Racing Series since 2016, debuting in Cars 3.

Jackson Storm was the first car of the generation to compete in the Piston Cup. He debuted during the Dinoco 400 at the Copper Canyon Speedway where he won the race, starting a trend of replacements of old stock cars in racing teams with Lightning McQueen being the last stock car to be replaced during the Florida 500 in 2017.

Next-Gen is one of the companies that manufacture the next-generation cars.

Names in other languages

  • Polish: nowa fala