What do you make of Kenny Hill's 44-for-60, 511-yard, three-touchdown performance at South Carolina on Thursday?

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Should NASCAR retire No. 3?

The No. 3 is iconic in NASCAR. Driven by Dale Earnhardt Sr., who died in a crash on the final lap of the 2001 Daytona 500, it represents his aggressive style on the track and his nose for winning. The number was unofficially retired following his death, but has been driven by Richard Childress's grandsons Austin and Ty Dillon in Truck and Nationwide series races in recent years. With Austin likely graduating to the Sprint Cup Series and Childress on the verge of bringing back the No. 3, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has reiterated his stance that he is on board with the decision. NASCAR hasn't been in the business of retiring numbers for good, but should it be for legends like Earnhardt or Richard Petty?

Should NASCAR retire Dale Earnhardt's No. 3?

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