by Charlie Turner
Thanks for stopping by OnPitRow.com and the Bench Racing with Steve and Charlie blog. The best NASCAR and IndyCar news and opinion, exclusive pictures and video. I'm Charlie Turner. Follow me on Twitter @onpitrowMarch 4, 2009 11:32 pm UTC 1 Comment
I don’t know about you, but I’m crossing my fingers that the motors and the tires hold up for the whole 500 miles of the Kobalt Tools 500 this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway. It’s about time to see a full compliment of NASCAR’s best go at it on a really fast track. Lets find out where we are with this new car on the kind of track where most of the races are run.
Three of this weeks Fast Lap questions touch directly or indirectly on engine effected results from the last couple races. I think it’s time for some cheating. Maybe a nice, convoluted conspiracy theory. But that’s just me.
Just don’t bring up Digger. Please.
The Fast Lap Blog is going to go through some changes here shortly. We’ll still pose the four questions. And we, for sure, are hoping for spirited debate. But we’re going to put a couple more conditions on the answers you post. Stay tuned.
1: Could you see Kyle Busch moving to the US formula 1 team in 2010?
2: Would anyone other than Jimmie Johnson be allowed to return to the track with his rear bumper support dragging the asphalt?
3: Is NASCAR’s no testing policy starting to rear its ugly head with all the engine problems?
4: Will Mark Martin lose interest in the season if his season doesn’t improve in one helluva hurry?
There you have them. Four fast, southern flavored, high banked testers for ya. Leave your answers – 100 words or less (for now) – in the comment section. Then come back and defend yourself. You never know who might take umbrage to your opinions. We do like a good argument around here.
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