Richard Petty was a member of the first class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2010.
Welcome to SportsNation! On Monday, one of the greatest -- if not the greatest -- NASCAR drivers of all time, Richard "The King" Petty, stops by to chat about the upcoming race season.
During his 34-year career, Petty won a record 200 races, nearly double the total of the No. 2 driver David Pearson (105 wins). Petty's 27 race wins in 1967 is another record from his legendary career. Other records the Hall of Famer owns include seven championships, seven Daytona 500 wins and 1,185 starts.
As NASCAR gets ready for the season-opening Daytona 500 on Feb. 23, Petty created a small stir when he said he doesn't believe Danica Patrick can win in the Sprint Cup Series, a criticism that Patrick brushed aside.
Send your questions now and join Petty Monday at noon ET!