Welcome to this week's Thoughtful Thursday thread! Also known as "No Stupid Questions"
Thoughtful Thursday - a post idea by u/davidgillilandfan38 for all fans to ask whatever NASCAR-related question they want answered in hopes to get an explanation for something they've been unsure of. No question is too stupid! Want to know why the cars drive left around ovals instead of right or why the cars don't have headlights (they're just stickers!)? Or maybe you want to know something more technical that someone with more experience might know? This thread is for you! Ask below!
Serious answers only, please!
Can someone please explain the caution period/no live pit stop change made for the Snowball Derby? I’m confused how they pit without losing their spot during green flags. I thought I read they aren’t predetermined cautions like stages, but I can’t figure it out.
They have multiple series which are wicked cheap. It's called the Whelen All American series. It's basically each NASCAR sanctioned short track's local divisions. There are four divisions (numbered 1,2,3 and 4). Drivers get points towards the National championship depending on how many cars are in their feature. Now the cheapest touring division I would say would probably be K&N East and West. It's cheap mostly due to the condensed schedule. There are a lot of non-NASCAR sanctioned touring divisions that are wicked cheap to run (up here we have the Northeast Mini Stock Tour. That's pretty low budget). But I don't see NASCAR bringing back something like the dash series.