The Daytona 500 was a huge disappointment this year. Can we get one member from each pit crew to help repair the track next time? How can they take that long to make a repair that lasts…I don't know, how many laps did it last?
This is NASCAR’s premier race, just coming out of the off-season, how long did they have to prepare the 2.5 mile track for this race?
Daytona 500, caution. NASCAR: We’’ll go for the green white checker.
Daytona 507.5, caution. NASCAR: That’s ok, we’ll just redo the green white checker.
Daytona 515, caution. NASCAR: Hire a backup flag waving person...
This is ridiculous.
I think we need a different approach to all these cautions at the “end” of a race. Point subtractions for teams that bring out the yellow in the last 20 laps? What do you think? Do you have a better idea?