2011 Bud Shootout: What Should We Call NASCAR's New Form Of Racing?

After watching NASCAR's best drivers spend their evening at the Bud Shootout driving in pairs instead of one big draft pack, no one is quite sure what to call the new form of racing.

No one had ever seen this before at Daytona International Speedway. Because of the new surface and the new car, it turned out two cars were faster than racing in a pack.

I proposed to call it "Dragonfly racing" because it reminds me of two dragonflies mating, flying around connected to one another. Race winner Kurt Busch's proposal was to call it "Teammate of the Day."

But many of you on Twitter had some even more creative ideas. Let's look at some of the best suggestions:

  • The Do-Si-Do
  • Racing With The Stars
  • Tag-Team racing
  • Auto-Spooning
  • Synchronized Driving
  • NASCAR sponsored by eHarmony
  • Noah's Ark racing
  • Two Man Pairs Figure Skating racing
  • Buddy System racing
  • Shake and Bake
  • Doggy-style racing
Other ideas? Add your thoughts in the comments section below.
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