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March 08, 2007



One other thing that Jeff said about the COT was, "Stop calling it the car of tomorrow. The sooner it becomes just, the racecar, the better off we'll be." I think NASCAR set this whole thing up for the grousing and complaining by phasing it in over 2 years (originally 3 years). If NASCAR would have said that they were going to the COT to start the 2008 season, everyone would have been working toward that end with much less controversy.

When NASCAR bought the Rolex Grand-Am sports car series, they designed and implemented the "Daytona Prototype". This car is much like the COT in that it is a spec racecar, which after a slow start, has led to some great racing in that series. I believe, by mid season 2008, everyone will have stopped the complaining about the COT and will be enjoying better racing. After all, "Normal is, what normal is."

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