NASCAR Speed Freaks: Has Chase Elliott lost his road-racing crown to Tyler Reddick?
With three wins in his last five road-course starts, is Tyler Reddick NASCAR's new King of the Road?
KEN'S CALL: We have more than two months until the next one (June 11 at Sonoma), and we assume Chase Elliott will be back by then. Billy Clyde might want to retrieve his crown. Until then, though, King Tyler is the road ranger.
RYAN'S RAMBLE: Chase Elliott and AJ Allmendinger combined to win as many road course races as I did in 2022. Reddick is picking up right where he left off. The crown, throne and scepter are his until further notice.
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NASCAR POLL: Should Daniel Suarez be penalized for post-race actions at COTA?
After COTA mess, should NASCAR consider stepping in and parking drivers for their reckless ways on road courses?
KEN'S CALL: First instinct is to say "hell no," but you're also tempted to mull it over as the overtime restarts keep piling up while dinner is getting cold.
RYAN'S RAMBLE: Something's got to give as Sunday was an embarrassment. Is this the solution? I don't know, but at this point, NASCAR has to explore anything and everything.
This article originally appeared on The Daytona Beach News-Journal: NASCAR: Chase Elliott? After COTA, Tyler Reddick is new road warrior