Also, I am not a fan of people turning up to races with no practice and honestly wish a rule was put in place that requires you to do a certain amount of laps before the race or you don't get to race.
Roll on Trenton.
I did not see anything out of the ordinary really. Compare this with our first 1973 races, or the 1988 Michigan 500 we did a couple of years ago... those were caution fests.
I think it comes down too that a lot of us Europeans (haha) have not understood that the fastest, most efficient way to race these superspeedways is to stay in line. Saves fuel and you go faster also. Some either think that's boring or have no patience, or just simply does not understand what makes you competitive around these places.
Post by Michael Drechsler on Mar 2, 2021 11:39:37 GMT
Some of the incidents on sunday were less of an yellow issue, but more like red flag incidents for wreckage and gore cleanup, and I'm not even taking those into account that are result of the quirks of the sim.
"The weather is about to change, the cars are flying low..."