- Jul 18, 2020
10. Crashes aren’t a bad thing. The more the better.
Ganassi's superspeedway program is atrocious. Larson called them out on it multiple times.8....too bad Matt D did not pull it off....would have given it a 8.5. Confused about a couple of teams....CGR specifically, neither Busch or Kenseth could actually hang tight with the rest, only in a pack and under certain conditions. Even some of the lower rung teams could hang better....like Wallace and the FRM cars.
I don't mind strategy like that and think it is idiotic to race hard within the first 80% of plate races. The amount of cautions in this, and most, plate races lends credence to my opinion. It is also idiotic to race hard until the final turn of the final lap for the very same reason. Plate races are just downright idiotic but I can't help but get an adrenaline rush while watching them9
I thought the racing was pretty good throughout the whole race. Didn't care for nascars judgement calls at the end, but what I hated the most is watching a driver ride around in the back almost the whole race when there car is perfectly capable of running up front
Richmond had no cautions and it was one of the most boring races of the season. If there’s not a crash, it just turns into a single-file snooze fest (except for Martinsville and Bristol).I've never disagreed with an opinion on this site as much as I have this one. Ideally, I want all 36 races to go caution free