Forget the past and race like there's no tomorrow

Racing a full slate with the COT created uncertainty and heightened expectations, so here's a look at the new car's impact a quarter of the way through the season.

Updated: May 6, 2008, 1:00 PM ET
By Bill Borden | Special to ESPN.com

In an article at the end of the 2007 season I made some predictions and also raised some questions that were yet to be answered concerning the "NASCAR Sprint Cup race car" that, at the time, was known as the Car of Tomorrow.

All references to the "COT" have been eliminated from the NASCAR Rule Book and it is now known only as the "Sprint Cup" race car, said NASCAR competition administrator Jerry Cook. He was adamant that we should quit calling it COT because it is now the "Sprint ...

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