The 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup models have all been unveiled and are headed for more tests soon.
Any time NASCAR makes a major change, we question it. The best example I can give you is electronic fuel injection. I was very concerned with electronic fuel injection, and we went through some growing pains with it in the early going.
Just ask Brad Keselowski. He had several issues that were not fuel injection but were parts and pieces related to fuel injection.
But you know what, in the second part of the year, he never even brought it up. Which was a good thing. That means it was a non-story.
I'm sure we'll go through some growing pains. There are going to be some teams that are going back to the drawing board with a blank sheet of paper. But the brilliant move that NASCAR has made is opening up the testing for teams next year. It scheduled the two additional tests at Charlotte here in mid-December and then is letting the teams go back there in mid-January. The more track time, the mo...