Saturday night’s All-Star Race was decidedly tame compared to what fans have come to expect from a non-points race. What can be done about it?
There’s been talk of empty seats in recent years, Dover being the latest example – and much has been made of what NASCAR can do about it.
Regan Smith got his first career win on Saturday night. Could this victory be the springboard towards a ride with a team that has better resources?
Should NASCAR mandate SAFER on the inside walls for all tracks… or penalize those that don’t have them with fines or even loss of dates?
Is Carl Edwards better off re-signing with Roush Fenway Racing or shopping his wares elsewhere; and if so, where?
Should NASCAR make its rules transparent for fans and competitors alike, or would that create more problems than it could hope to solve?
Ford grabbed its third win on tracks 1.5 miles or longer. Does this make a Ford favorite for this year’s title given the of intermediate tracks on the schedule?
Was Sunday’s race at Martinsville the best competition we’ve seen this season?
What’s the difference that’s made Denny Hamlin and his Joe Gibbs Racing team crumble in just a few short months?
Bristol Motor Speedway had a lot of empty seats on Sunday. Has the racing really changed that much since the resurfacing, or is the real problem something else?
There has been some talk of a NASCAR racing series for women recently. Is such a series necessary in this day and age?
In three races, Fords have gone to victory lane twice. Is this a sign of dominance for Roush Fenway Racing, similar to what Hendrick Motorsports has enjoyed?