1) Go back to the rule of weighing the car and driver together to achieve minimum weight. 2) Go to the Delaware Restart System to allow drivers the lane they want to start in. To keep it simple, just the cars on the same lap. 3) On Cautions, re-align the cars in the order that they were running at the time of the caution, with some rules, Teams that took on gas only, no tires get to move up, those taking on just 2 tires move up, then those taking on 4 tires, teams making repairs are last, again these are lead lap cars. Cars that were on lead lap that stayed out are the first to choose, then gas only, 2 tire changes, 4 tire changes, then repaired cars, then cars a lap or more down. This drastically reduces the danger to the pit crews and the officials on pit road. Races should be won on the track and not in the pits by teams having a split second faster pit stop, usually by leaving a lug nut loose, or leaving it flat off, or by pushing the speed limits and or driving hazardously, cars coming into their pit having to dodge cars coming out of their pits. 3A) Follow current rules during green flag pit stops. Not too many cars pit at the same time and pit lane is not as crowded. 4) Raise the prize money for the cars in the back so that the field can get back to 43 cars. Is it better to have 5 or 6 "Start and Park" teams or lower car counts ? The "Start and Park" teams get some valuable experience and if they could afford the tires I bet they would race more laps. 5) Go back to paying money and points to drivers that lead laps, and lead the most laps. 6) Tires: Limit the number of sets each team can use during a race. Teams with freaky chassis set ups that are fast but wear tires out quickly will have to work more on chassis balance, manage tire wear and tire usage better. I mean using 16 to 20 SETS of tires per car per race is NUTS. 64 to 80 tires per car per race is stupid ! Basically the race teams are saying that these tires are no good or they would not change them every chance they get, not the best advertising for the tire company. These days if a team puts on 4 new tires and a caution comes out again only 10 laps later, they will pit and put on 4 more new tires. This is high dollar, well financed teams BUYING wins. Racing needs to get back to driver skills. 7) I like the " stage" racing, but the winner needs to get more points for winning and should get a financial bonus on top of that. Make it more meaningful to win stages. 8) Nascar needs to rethink its Championship Playoffs to include Daytona and Indy. Make Daytona the first and last race on the schedule !