The biggest and fastest track on the NASCAR schedule, Talladega is a very similar plate track to Daytona, but it requires a slightly different setup. Be sure to save your tires when in the lead, but stick to the bottom of the turns when chanlenging or being chalenged. Talladega offers a very wide racing surface and generous exit to turn 4 that Daytona does not. This will give you an excellent passing opportunity that you would otherwise not see. Get sucked up on the bumper of somebody coming off of four and then swing low or drift high (whichever is opposite of your opponent) to slingshot around him. It may be tough to make a last lap pass on the outside for the win since the checkered flag actually comes after the start finish line, but when trying to move up in positions, faking ot the inside and then going to the outside often offers an excellent draft from the car ahead of you. You can get a free tow about the car you are trying to pass and overtake them easily by the end of the front straight.