Why are there 43 cars in a NASCAR Sprint Cup race?
Ramsey Poston, NASCAR corporate communications managing director: Because that's what the rule book states.
Some help you are.
Buzz McKim, NASCAR historian: The whole thing is kind of murky.
Murky is bad.
InsiderRacing News.com: Different tracks used to start different numbers of cars in each race based on how many pit stalls were available.
Now it's getting clearer.
McKim: Yeah, starting fields ...Read full story