This week marks ESPN’s return to covering Cup racing after a seven-year absence. What are your expectations for this season?
It’s now been six years since Chicagoland hosted its first Nextel Cup race. Are you disappointed in the progress being made as the track has aged?
Jamie McMurray’s win: Long time coming, or lucky son-of-a-gun?
With his win on Sunday, has Denny Hamlin vaulted into position to be Jeff Gordon’s most serious challenger for the championship?
After all the controversy on Sunday, how much of a boost does this Busch Series win give Juan Pablo Montoya over in Nextel Cup?
Another questionable debris caution late bunched up the field and led to an exciting finish at California. Is NASCAR losing credibility “engineering” finishes?
Should NASCAR stay consistent with NOT throwing the yellow on the final lap if the wreck happens behind the leaders, as they did in the Daytona 500?
The top qualifiers for the Daytona 500 had zero top-10 finishes in 2006. Is the strength of teams like Robert Yates Racing and Chip Ganassi a good sign?
It was announced this week that Erin Crocker is scaling back her schedule to 12 ARCA and four Busch Series races this year. Is this the beginning of the end?
Can Juan Pablo Montoya be already considered one of the most successful drivers in history, even if he ends up failing in stock cars?
Brett Bodine held a Q&A on NASCAR’s Car of Tomorrow at Daytona to appease the fans. Is this all spin or a sign things are heading in the right direction?
Where will Dale Earnhardt Jr. be driving in 2008?