NASCAR Mailbag: Send your questions in now

As NASCAR heads into the Easter weekend break, now's a good time for fans to send in questions for the NASCAR team at Motorsport.com to answer.

NASCAR Mailbag: Send your questions in now
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If you have something on your mind about NASCAR send in your questions now as the NASCAR team at Motorsport.com welcomes your questions for this week's edition of the 2018 NASCAR Mailbag.  

If you have a specific question for one of us feel free to send it in. Did something happen at the track that you want to know more about but couldn’t find the answer anywhere? 

Questions can be sent in at anytime and we’ll post answers in a timely fashion in our NASCAR section at Motorsport.com. later this week.

Get your questions in and be sure to follow every NASCAR series all season long on Motorsport.com.

Click on the following links to the following NASCAR series:

NASCAR overall coverage click Here

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series click Here

NASCAR Xfinity Series click Here

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series click Here

NASCAR (Canada) Pinty’s Series click Here

NASCAR Whelen Euro Series click Here

NASCAR Mexico click Here

Do you have a question?

Fans submit your questions each week to NASCARmailbag@motorsport.com. Responses will be reported generally once a week during the NASCAR season (Usually on Thursdays) Please submit your questions to the above email address.

You can also reach Jim Utter, Nick DeGroot and Tim Southers on Twitter at @jim_utter, @ndegroot89 and @TimSouthers, respectively. Use the hashtags #AskJim, #AskNick or #AskTim when submitting a question through Twitter.

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