*10.* Put an extra two cars on the grid for random celebrities to serve as obstacles throughout the race. How would “new Kyle” feel if Kiefer Sutherland accidentally served as a roadblock for a few laps?
*9.* Let the cars run on those weepers, regardless of safety and see what happens. Oh, wait … we’ve been there, done that. Casey Mears might tell you that didn’t work out so well…
*8.* Have Busch, Tony Stewart, Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, and Juan Pablo Montoya all sit in the heart of I-5 L.A. traffic for two hours the morning of the race… and then send them all to the rear of the field on the pace laps.
*7.* Make it a real fuel mileage battle: 2.2-gallon fuel tanks instead of 22. At least the gas men won’t fall asleep!
*6.* Bring back every NASCAR official’s secret weapon, “mystery debris” in 20-lap intervals. Something tells us people won’t complain…
*5.* Wait…the racing wasn’t actually horrible this time over the last five laps. Umm… hmm. Uh… North Wilkesboro rules!
*4.* Get rid of the new car and let them race what they sell in the dealerships for a weekend. The “Street Legal” 400 has a nice L.A. movie ring to it, right?
*3.* A win comes with an automatic entry into the Chase. Why not? They’re practically giving playoff spots away at this point like a 70% off sale at Wal-Mart.
*2.* We hear Darlington could use a second date…
*1.* One word: dynamite.
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