It is always great in my opinion when there are not many cautions.
I can live without a game changing moment during the last few laps or skewing caution reset.
Watching the closing speeds on lapped traffic and even the attrition is great stuff when it happens on a track like Bristol.
3 Worst Bristol race in a long, very long time. This race is usually one in which there are multiple restarts with multiple opportunities for chassis adjustments and cars going from a couple laps down in the beginning to being competitive at the end. This year, this race, not so much. During the "playoffs" which I am not a big fan of, believe that they should throw the DPV out and let them fix the cars as long as they make a certain speed. Do not think that would have made much difference in this race, but it would have increased anticipation. It is possible that Logano (not necessarily a fan by the way) could have replaced that lower control arm and steering link within ten or so laps, that could have changed the standings by one.