I mean honestly the stages are usually short enough that Green flag stops rarely come up I don't see much difference in doing it like breaks, they have had them in the East and West series.works for me, big expense cutter without much effort. Some will moan the loss of the top cup teams pit crews working in the Xfinity series, not me and it isn't that many races anyway. It could be pretty interesting because teams would have more time to adjust on the car without losing spots.
I'm sure the big money teams won't like it, but smaller teams will not be losing spots every time they pit and they might be able to find locals to pit the car.I mean honestly the stages are usually short enough that Green flag stops rarely come up I don't see much difference in doing it like breaks, they have had them in the East and West series.
Most of the big teams use cup teams double duty, and they have to fly then up and back to stand alone races. Could this mean more stand alone races for Xfinity and the trucks now that they have got a solution that makes it easier to do so?the trucks maybe,but the teams use the xfinity series to train pit crews,crew chiefs and others,also the drivers learn from them.
I don't really care one way or the other, but do it the same way every week for every race in a series. Do it for all races, like the Trucks did originally, or don't change anything.works for me, big expense cutter without much effort. Some will moan the loss of the top cup teams pit crews working in the Xfinity series, not me and it isn't that many races anyway. It could be pretty interesting because teams would have more time to adjust on the car without losing spots.
Wow thanks for posting I didn’t see this yet. I’d so pay for a streaming option to watch old races but in better quality picture wise like this one is. I have something to watch when I get home later!Nascar is posting throw back races on YouTube. Here's a pretty good one at Wilkesboro
Hmmm, shill alert is starting to flash.If NASCAR plays their cards right, the 2020s could be a decade of resurgence for the sport...
Don't call me a shill, I have been very critical of the dumb decisions NASCAR has made over the years.Hmmm, shill alert is starting to flash.
Sounds like a NASCAR talking point -- were you on the distribution list?
If Jeff & Junior start parroting this, we'll know one of the NASCAR moles in R-F.
Champions of the "future"...solidifying conspiracy theories I guess.Darlington to “Celebrate NASCAR’s Champions…Past, Present, and Future” for throwback weekend
There are 33 different NASCAR Cup Series Champions that have won 71 total championships since 1949. Drivers with multiple championships include: Richard Petty (7 championships), Dale Earnhardt (7), Jimmie Johnson (7), Jeff Gordon (4), Lee Petty (3), David Pearson (3), Cale Yarborough (3), Darrell Waltrip (3), Tony Stewart (3), Herb Thomas (2), Tim Flock (2), Buck Baker (2), Joe Weatherly (2), Ned Jarrett (2), Terry Labonte (2) and Kyle Busch (2). Seventeen drivers have one championship each.
Additionally, there were 19 years in which the NASCAR Cup Series champion won one or more Darlington races in the same year.
In the NASCAR Xfinity Series, 29 different drivers have won the series’ championship since 1982. Drivers with multiple championships include: Jack Ingram (2), Sam Ard (2), Larry Pearson (2), Randy LaJoie (2), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (2), Kevin Harvick (2), Martin Truex Jr. (2), Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (2) and Tyler Reddick (2). Twenty drivers have one championship each.