Should the caution light have come on sooner at the end of the Indy 500? Should the caution light have simply come on at the end of the Coca-Cola 600? Both leagues got it right this time.
NASCAR officials will throw at least one competition caution flag, starting on Lap 10 of the Allstate 400 today, to check the wear and make sure the tires are safe for the event.
Speedway Motorsports Inc. chairman Bruton Smith said NASCAR needs to implement mandatory cautions, or race stoppages, to bring more excitement to the races.
Thirteen Indy 500s have ended under caution since 1940, which raises the question: Should a race as important as this finish under the yellow flag?