7. Revamp Connecticut’s penalties for public indecency and disorderly conduct so it is easier to get ESPN cronies out of trouble.
There’s been increasing criticism in recent years over NASCAR’s TV broadcasts. What do you think is the biggest hurdle these broadcasts have been facing?
NASCAR chose to address the issues of the past few years by… tweaking the Chase (slightly) and revamping the points system. Good move? Bad move?
While the Nationwide Series has zero Rookie of the Year candidates at this point, a full field expected for the majority of Truck Series races during 2011.
What will be the biggest story of NASCAR 2011?
Any race that Michael Waltrip can qualify for AND finish has to be a high point.
Undoubtedly, going by the statistics, finishing eighth at Sonoma in June would have to be considered the zenith of Boris Said’s 2010 NASCAR Cup season.
How important is it to keep the King as a central figure in today’s NASCAR, even if only as a figurehead?
3. Can you imagine how much money NASCAR could make if they would have Brian France on the chair of a dunk tank at every race or at the new Hall of Fame?
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Both Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Hendrick Motorsports agree that if a crew chief change is coming, it will be in the offseason. Does another change need to be made?
Lets look at all this in another light, one which NASCAR itself is so desperately trying to bask in; compared to stick-and-ball sports!