When my book, "Trading Paint: 101 Great NASCAR Debates" (Wiley & Co.), came out in 2010, I received a great number of e-mails from readers who wanted to, well, debate some of my debate findings.
Of course, I welcomed everyone's opinions.
But there was one topic that, to this day, has never received any quibbling, second-guessing or even the slightest hint of disagreement, and that was who I considered to be NASCAR's all-time, one-hit wonders.
By that, I meant drivers who enjoyed the spotlight, if ever so briefly, for one (or sometimes two) accomplishment that essentially defined their racing career in NASCAR, particularly on the Sprint Cup level.
I recently received another e-mail from a long-time reader who asked if I plan on writing additional books (I'm in the process of doing so right now), because he enjoyed my book, especially the chapter on one-hit wonders.
Given how Bleacher Report readers love slideshows and reading and commenting on hot-button topics, we've decided to reprise some chapters from the book in the coming weeks, starting with the sport's all-time one- or two-hit wonders (you have to give the readers what they want, right?).
So without further adieu, we pose the question once more:
Who were NASCAR's all-time biggest one- or two-hit wonders?