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The only reason the drivers in NASCAR think it is a swell idea to change the chase is because if they say anything negative, they get fined for actions detrimental to the sport.

Just another gimmick. That is what NASCAR does best.

And the best drivers come out of road racing, which Indycar has more of then they do oval races. So why would anyone want to bother with some US oval racer in an Indycar?

Um you realize that a team now only needs to win 1 race then do nothing for the rest of year and they make the chase? How many times do we see a small team score a win only to do nothing the rest of the year. They finish 26th in points but make the chase? Sorry Norris nothing good can come of this.

GD is totally correct - no Nascar driver can say anything negative without the fear of being fined and being placed on double secret probation.

I think the idea of forced eliminations are ridiculous. If you don't perform well enough to be high enough in the points, you eliminate yourself automatically. Why force it???

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