None of you will be surprised my answer is a resounding YES. In fact, I think NASCAR should race four road courses every year, and one of them should be in the chase. I'm not arguing with ovals (what would be the point?). But when you're talking about the best driver in a series, I want to know that they're the best across types of tracks. I understand the drivers are tested across superspeedways and mid-distance, and short tracks. But that list should also include road courses.
And I'm sorry for the person who tweeted "Jr is in 23rd.. this is why I vote #roadno" ... but Junior and the rest of the drivers will just have to get better at road courses.
I submit for consideration the idea of stock cars in the Corkscrew at Laguna Seca (top map). Or sending the Cup cars with the Nationwide cars to Road America (right).
What do you think? Should there be a road course in NASCAR's 10-race Chase? And where would you love to see the Series run?