Joey Logano will take part in a two-day test of the Cup Series’ Next Gen car next weekend at ISM Raceway, NASCAR confirmed Tuesday.
The test on the 1-mile track is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday with Logano the only driver participating.
Logano mentioned the test while discussing his offseason plans Tuesday on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio’s “Tradin’ Paint.”
“That will be kind of fun with the Next Gen car, that will be an interesting test to kind of see how that car’s going to be and what it’s like,” Logano said.
The Team Penske driver’s test will be the second time the Next Gen car – scheduled to debut in 2021 – has seen action on track.
Austin Dillon and Richard Childress Racing did a two-day test with the car in October at Richmond Raceway.
“I really enjoyed driving the car,” Dillon said after that test. “I like the way that it looks, you can see the finished product down the road. The (manufacturers) can make the body look really good, like a street car that you see on the road today. When it comes together and they all get their cars on the track, we’re going to have something to work with that also looks really good.”
NASCAR President Steve Phelps said during championship weekend in Miami that the car is expected to be delivered to teams in July of next year.
Sources told NBC Sports’s Nate Ryan last month that at least three companies are being strongly considered to build the chassis for the Next Gen car, including Joe Gibbs Racing.