Five different drivers have won in the first seven IndyCar races this year, including Dale Coyne Racing's Justin Wilson, whose win last week for the small team at Texas Motor Speedway was one of the biggest upsets in recent series history.
This kind of who-will-it-be-this-week potential is pure fan gold for NASCAR, which holds parity in highest regard.
After a historic half-decade run of championships by Jimmie Johnson from 2006-2010, fans clamored for anyone-but. But, even his successor, Tony Stewart, all but rendered the competition also-rans by completely dominating the 2011 playoffs with five wins in the 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup.
This season, there have been 10 different winners through the first 14 races and first-place Matt Kenseth holds only a tenuous 30-point edge on fifth-place Johnson.
As jaw-dropping as those statistics is the fact that neither four-time champ Jeff Gordon nor last year's championship runner-up Carl Edwards nor 2010 champion runner-up Kevin Harvick are among the 10 winners.
"It just seems like somebody hits it every week, especially now with a bunch of different tires and some (track) repaves,'' said Harvick, driver of the No. 29 Budweiser Chevrolet.
"That has opened people's eyes to doing something different from what you'd do on a normal week because the racetracks have so much grip and so much speed. There are a lot of different elements, especially with the tire, it just seems like guys are hitting on stuff, then everyone finds out what they're doing and someone hits on something else and just gains a little advantage for a very brief amount of time.
"Especially in our sport, as rules stay the same, everyone just keeps getting closer and closer. You just have to have it all right and to win at the beginning of the season, you need all the pieces in place.''
So if your favorite driver hasn't won yet, wait a week. With the way things are trending now, it's probably just a matter of time.