Poll: Should NASCAR keep the 4 team max rule?

Discussion in 'Polls' started by Speedbowl14, Jul 4, 2014.


Should NASCAR keep the 4 car maximum per team rule?

  1. Yes- Don't touch it!

    25 vote(s)
  2. No- Increase the max, but don't let it be unlimited

    9 vote(s)
  3. No- Let teams run an unlimited number of cars

    9 vote(s)
  1. Never going to happen. However you may see each team limited to 3 cars per owner. That wouldn't hurt anyone. It looks like 4 car teams don't really work very good. Seems like one car is always way off from his team mates. Maybe that 4th car is really a test car. If that is the case, we may see more of that soon with testing being limited.
  2. Hischild

    Hischild Guest

    I'm probably all alone on this one. I think 4 teams is too many. I would limit it to two teams.
    Great, I wasn't alone in supporting the idea of two car teams.
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  3. hidesert cowboy

    hidesert cowboy Team Owner

  4. be9ak7ts16

    be9ak7ts16 Resident Yooper

    I have a strong dislike for multi-car teams. It has destroyed the true meaning of NASCAR when a rag-tag team could show up at the track,qualify and eventually become a Series Champ, ie, Bill Elliott and Alan Kulwicki. NASCAR was and still should be that guy down the street building a car in his garage and going to the track. This is my opinion only, if you don't like it don't comment.
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  5. Zeck

    Zeck Team Owner

    Teams that have 5 cars start turning into Empires x:

    I like what they have now, however instead of the 5th car being a rookie, they should allow it for anyone permitting that the race team only runs that 5th car for a maximum of 10-12 races.
  6. Kyle18fan

    Kyle18fan Guest

    Im going to comment because I do agree with you, the sport has gotten too big over the years
  7. StandOnIt

    StandOnIt Farm Truck

    4 car teams are fine, it has proven to be a good balance. All the way back in the 50's they had a few two and three car teams. When it started getting big and it was feasible to have more than four cars, Nascar saw the handwriting on the wall and stopped it. Today it is quite a struggle to have a four car team, you can go broke 4 times as fast in these tougher times. If you look recently, a one car team the 78 with Kurt Busch did very well, the two car team of the Penske bunch won a championship, and a one and a two car underfunded team made the chase. With a mostly spec engine and chassis as it is now, I don't see 4 car teams ganging up on a little guy, it is every man and women for themselves. So I have a hard time buying the attitude that multi car teams have ruined the sport.
  8. Roman Nodonyet

    Roman Nodonyet Horrifically Scarred Crew Chief

    There's no reason to keep it now that David Caraviello's 35-car ultra-mega-hyper-team from his "NASCAR's Merger Mania Comes To An End" satire piece has come to pass care of Lord Kauffman and the Race Team Monopoly.

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