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Topic - Kerry Tharp
NASCAR told its competitors Thursday it is considering eliminating single-car qualifying next season in an overhaul that would likely implement road course-style qualifying at all but two tracks.
Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick again have focused the NASCAR spotlight on who's fighting instead of who's winning.
Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick have again focused the NASCAR spotlight on who's fighting instead of who's winning.
"We are just trying to do everything we can to make the racing better, particularly at the intermediate tracks," Tharp said.
"It's not written in stone at this point in time," Tharp told The Associated Press. "We just talked about some ideas that would make things more interesting. Today was an opportunity for us to talk to the drivers about ideas, and I'm sure other ideas will come up over the next few weeks."