I’ll give it an 8. The only problem I had was I couldn’t see but I thought that was more a Fox issue than anything else. I do prefer the traditional Food City 500 as I thought there was nothing wrong with it and was always entertained. I hope they do dirt again on next years schedule but try a dirt track that already has dirt racing at it.
This.....but I didn't hate it....just seemed like Bristol with a bunch of dust....and no pit stops. I will study more. I give it 7....same as @Charlie Spencer.7
I guess I don't know enough about dirt racing to appreciate what I was watching. I could only compare it to this same race on asphalt, and it didn't look much different to me.
I took off a point for no competitive stops, too many scheduled cautions, poor visibility, a track maintenance delay that anywhere else would rightfully be called a red flag, and the missing 250 laps that got lost somewhere.