Drivers differ on bump drafting strategy

Bump drafting adds another tactic and an element of danger to racing at superspeedways such as Daytona and Talladega.

Updated: July 4, 2007, 8:25 PM ET
By Brett Borden | Special to ESPN.com

As the Nextel Cup series makes its second swing through Daytona, Fla., with Saturday's Pepsi 400, get ready to hear the term bump drafting. Depending on whom you believe, bump drafting is either A) a dangerous practice that shows a lack of respect and could get someone killed, B) a positive thing that allows frustrated drivers to pass when they otherwise would be unable to, or C) something you won't have to worry about much longer either way.

What is this practice that elicits praise from ...

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