Help me clarify a few things regarding Toyota's recent entry into the Craftsman Truck Series and next year's Nextel Cup entry. I was always under the impression that the race car (or truck) had to have a "production" block for its engine. I never knew Toyota had a pushrod V8 ever offered in any of its vehicles. The Tundra V8 is OHC, which to the best of my knowledge isn't allowed in NASCAR, at least not yet. Help me figure this out. Also, my own personal opinion is that the Japanese brands shouldn't be in NASCAR. Keep it true to its American roots. Let Toyota and Honda dominate the ridiculous sport of "drifting", which was supposedly created in Japan. Well, I guess there haven't been too many Japanese people that ever watched sprint cars or dirt late models or modifieds. Those things are never paralell to the racetrack!