I was watching what happened after the race to the 07 in the infield and that was totally wrong. If there is rubbing going on ON the track thats one thing. But to intentionally t-bone a car and push him in the infield deserves some kind of penalty. I sit on the front stretch and while it looked to me like the second car DID try to sandwich the 07, that is just what it looked like to me. Beadlocks angle suggests the second car was not directly involved. Everyone would have a different opinion on that depending where they were sitting.
But there is no denying that the first car did it intentionally and for that it seems like some kind of penalty should be assessed.
This class has grown so much with almost a full field for the features now and with that is going to come some bumping and grinding on the track. You all are supposed to be beginners in this class for the most part and with the addition of up to 18-20 cars in the features now compared to 10-12 the past few years that is just more bumping and grinding that is going to go on ON the track because there is more side to side racing. Which I think is GREAT !!!
One other thing I liked seeing the other night too that to me would seem to work out better than having to keep the cars running around the track was the RED light. If someone gets the black flag and ignores it, STOP them cars right on the front stretch and then get the guilty car off the track like they finally did the other night to the 5x.
Well while i am on a roll, one more thing. I watched 3 different videos of the bmod race from Saturday night and all 3 of them were from different places at the track !!! COOL !!!!!
But, I hope all this new age video and incar camera stuff doesn't end up costing all the tracks money in the long run by people staying home and watching the dirt track races from the comfort of their homes. Just a thought. I like both, going and watching the replays on the video so life is good for this racefan.