Since IROC has deteriorated into a stock car series on speedways (NASCAR JR.) and half the field are NASCAR drivers, I suggest a format that would really show who is the "World's Greatest Driver".
I've heard it said that Dale Earnhardt couldn't qualify as WGD because he only drove stockers on ovals, and in a factory car at that. Well, let's see what Michael Schumacher can do in a stocker at Daytona...
So here is my format.
3 races is stock cars- at Daytona, a smaller oval (Martinsville or Darlington) and a road course (Sears Point or Watkins Glen?)
4 races in open wheel cars- at Indy, a road course (Cleveland airport, Nurburgring?), a
street course (Long Beach, Monaco?) and a short oval, (Phoenix, Homestead?)
Heck, make it 8 races and put them in Sports Cars on a road course (Sebring?)
Then get Schumacher, Montoya, Andretti, Franchitti, Lazier, Cheever, Gordon,
Stewart, et. al. and have a go....
Then we could award the winner the A. J.
Foyt, Jr. Trophy for World's Greatest Driver
On second thought, to win the Foyt Trophy, a driver would have to win all the above races, plus win in midgets, sprints, and stockers on dirt tracks as well...