I'm sure some of the older posters will remember the days when you had to put a car on the frontstrech pits to have a shot at winning. I can't remember who it was but I recall watching a race as a kid (early 90s) where a driver either won or came very close to winning while pitting from the backstrech. I'm hoping someone here might be able to jog my memory because I'd like to go back and watch it. I think it may have been a Darlington race but I can't remember which car/team it was for the life of me. Also, how do you guys feel about the change over to the new way of having one long pit road? Anything you miss about the old system of two pits? Any rule changes you think they could have implemented to make things more fair without re-designing all those pit roads? Any odd pit roads from back in the day you guys remember? I recall one race where there wasn't a wall between the pitroad and in-field. They had the haulers backed right up to the pit boxes. Crazy to think that was even allowed at one point. I can remember some tracks having pitroads right down the middle of the in-field with pit boxes on both sides of pit road. There was also the island at Sears Point that must have been horrible to deal with. Just watching old footage of pit roads from the 80s is just insane when you see all the people that used to work down there.