easiest solution to fix bad tracks is to make the tri-oval the pit lane, and race on the old pit lane, turning it into a true oval.1
I was going to give it a 3 until that ridiculously unnecessary yellow. NASCAR has been stretching the logic of what constitutes a caution for well over a decade now, especially when races are dull, but they have been a lot better since the stages came along. But there's no way in hell they can justify throwing a yellow in that situation. A car in the back of the field scraping the wall a few seconds before the race was literally going to be over. I know it's the ASR and gimmicks are their thing, but sometimes entertainment just shouldn't surpass common sense.
Unless they are willing to reconfigure this track, they need to kick it off of the Cup schedule. It doesn't matter what gen car they run, it doesn't matter what package, the racing at Texas has been mediocre since 1997 and has only gotten worse. I don't understand why the Trucks can put on a good show here, yet Cup is always a snoozer.
This is how NASCAR operates. Make a major mistake, and instead of owning up to it, double down on it.Scott Miller is a piece of work.....To suggest that the window net appeared attached, so they dropped the flag insults anybody who is even a casual fan of this sport. They monitor the radios. They know what was being said. They knew, and they didn't care. Pathetic. Additionally, he threw the Race Director under the bus for throwing the caution.