NASCAR Image Of The Week: Sprint's New Must-Have Device For Fans

You may have heard a lot about debris cautions in NASCAR lately, particularly after Tony Stewart said the race-altering caution on Saturday night at Richmond was unnecessary.

Fans sometimes don't see the caution-causing debris on TV, which can lead to conspiracy theories from those who desire to see the evidence – though NASCAR vice president of competition Robin Pemberton called those people "needy" on Tuesday.

Anyway, whether you're needy or not, our anonymous satirist @nascarcasm has uncovered a huge scoop: Sprint is about to unveil a new device that no debris-watcher can live without.

Click on the image below to see @nascarcasm's exclusive:

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(Make sure you click the image to see the full-size version)

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