Where should the 2024 NASCAR All Star Race be held? North Wilkesboro? Charlotte? A superspeedway? Vote!
Sure, Sunday's All Star Race was a bit anticlimactic, especially considering the hype around NASCAR's return to North Wilkesboro.
Inevitably, much of this week's talk will center around what happens with the resurrected 0.625-mile track that's low on amenities, yet high on character and passion?
But we have a different question. What happens to the All Star Race?
And we want to hear from you.
Last week, we asked who was to blame in the late crash that took out Ross Chastain and Kyle Larson at Darlington. A total of 1,383 of you turned out with an overwhelming 74.2% (1,026) as unimpressed with Chastain as Rick Hendrick in the postrace press conference.
SPEED FREAKS: A North Wilkesboro review, and is 600 miles at Charlotte too much?
NASCAR POLL: Did Ross Chastain wreck Kyle Larson? Did Kyle Larson turn down, hooking Ross Chastain? You decide!
This week, we turn our attention to the All Star Race, which was held from at Charlotte Motor Speedway in 1985 and from 1987-2019 before heading to Bristol in 2020, Texas in 2021 and 2022 and now North Wilkesboro. Also in there was the 1986 All Star Race at Atlanta.
So, which of those tracks would you like to see the 2024 All Star Race held on? Or would you like to see it somewhere different altogether?
Don't forget to send an email to email@example.com with your thoughts and we may just use it in next week's poll story. Here are some of our favorites from last week.
This article originally appeared on The Daytona Beach News-Journal: NASCAR: Vote! The 2024 All Star Race should be held ... where?