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Like just black flag the last place car off the track without stoppage? I like that and everything else expect for the pole position award for winning. Well dunn!
Yep, show them the black flag and get off the race track. Would be fun to see how much the cars pace themselves. I just threw out the idea of a pole for giggles. I think the format they just did was fine, just an awful track.
 

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1. 1000hp minimum requirement for the motors.
2. Bristol or darlington with no rear spoiler. To much mechanical grip in the cars.
3. Bring back the stock car wheels with six lugs for every race. Does any manufacturer in this have a single lug wheel production car?
4. No rules for what you can do to the car outside of the body in terms of chassis.
5. 15, 25, 35 lap segments (if Bristol double the segment length)
6. Invert the field after the first segment with a random draw. Could be zero could be all.
7. Qualifying is the fastest lap. I don’t care about the pit crew in an all star race.
 

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23 found a new way to ruin their night. Car was perfectly fine after the big one. They put a set of stickers on it and tell bubba to drive really slow so they don’t take any life out of them.

Turns out they were on the crash damage clock since they were involved in the crash. They had to meet minimum speed and they didn’t.

The car had top 10 if not top 5 speed. 🫠
 
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I wonder if this new car will bring a revival of 1.5 mile variable banked or multi-groove tracks?

I feel like with their business model being based on TV numbers as opposed to track attendance they should go back to the cookie cutters. I appreciate the push for road courses, but cap it at 3 or 4.

I am interested to see how Bristol races.
 
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I wonder if this new car will bring a revival of 1.5 mile variable banked or multi-groove tracks?

I feel like with their business model being based on TV numbers as opposed to track attendance they should go back to the cookie cutters. I appreciate the push for road courses, but cap it at 3 or 4.

I am interested to see how Bristol races.
With the exception of a couple, the mile and a half tracks, the racing has been great. Atlanta was fun. I'll agree with the road races, although I will say that the strategy part of those races give them a different element for me
 

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I wonder if this new car will bring a revival of 1.5 mile variable banked or multi-groove tracks?

I feel like with their business model being based on TV numbers as opposed to track attendance they should go back to the cookie cutters. I appreciate the push for road courses, but cap it at 3 or 4.

I am interested to see how Bristol races.
I agree with your first part except Texas. Texas sucks. Imo Nascar took too much HP away from the cars and that's why Texas sucks. Even with a reconfigure I don't know that there's any saving Texas, IMO tear it down and start over with a new short track.
 

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