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  • TNTMan93 4 years ago

    Well this should make it a bit easier for Chad and Jimmie to get 7.

  • Midget and Delta 4 years ago

    How much more of this shit? Honestly! Every time I look to see what
    NASCAR’s up to it’s unnecessary shit like this. Howsa ’bout this points
    system: if you get the most points you win. What is wrong with just letting
    overall performance determine the winner? You can be 16th in points because
    you suck at the first 26 races, and then still win the championship by
    doing well in the last 10 races. Earnhardt is rolling over in his grave god
    damn it.

  • PGOLDEN88 4 years ago

    What if there’s more than 16 winners? Someone will get shafted.

  • Kevin Skaggs 4 years ago

    Just think about it like this, If any top 10 driver wins the Daytona 500,
    He/She will be in the Chase GRID. That’s if they qualify for every race
    after and stay in the top 30 in points. The question I have is, what if a
    driver gets sick/hurt and is not able to compete for a race or two? Will
    they still make the Chase?

  • Snowy Ghost13 4 years ago

    That is one stupid fucking system. Yeah sure no one wants Jimmy to win
    again I sure don’t but if a driver over all performs well over the season
    well they earned it. That was the whole point back in the day. Really id
    rather see a system that gave points on where drivers finished. Race winner
    gets 43 points and from there a point is taken off for the rest of the
    results till last place only gains one. Award a bonus point for one lap
    lead and another for leading most laps.

  • Hayden Conner 4 years ago

    I root for the consistent drivers and this is not good for them

  • Keith Bloemendaal 4 years ago

    I like the emphasis on *winning* races so we can get rid of the racing for
    second Mark Martin style of racing, but boiling it all down to the last
    race and 4 drivers? Will everyone else be expected to stay out of their

  • NASCARracingiscool43 4 years ago

    People stop complaining. 

  • Leuel48Fan 4 years ago

    I usually like change and have supported NASCAR’s changes to add
    excitement. ever since being a fan (2007). Many ‘old-school’ fans hate the
    modernization and new concepts of NASCAR. As a fairly recent and young
    NASCAR fan, changes in technology and small things like GWC’s, wild
    cards, attempting to getting back pack races and similar moves appeal to
    me. Even the new qualifying procedures seem interesting. BUT changing the
    system of how to reach the ultimate goal by every driver in every season
    was BAD. Its not the fact that they changed it, but what the new GRID
    system is. It absolutely does NOT reward a deserving champion. All the
    anti-48 asses bitched enough to make NASCAR basically try to get diverse
    champions, EVEN if they don’t earn it. NASCAR, desperate for viewers (and
    somewhat run by idiots) + a whiny fan-base complaining because they cant
    accept the fact that one team has been the best for 6 out of 8 years = a
    fucked up system to win the championship. Hope every anti-48, anti-Chase
    fan is happy, because yall just ruined it for all of us!

  • Hunter Nixon 4 years ago

    Im all for growing the sport and bringing in new ideas and esp on more
    emphasis on winning races, but this idk. I mean I like the idea a little
    bit but still its almost like Brian France and the boys in Daytona almost
    want the sport to be like a scripted play. They want each season to be a
    nail bitter which yes is exciting but not fair to guys who do great all
    year long.

  • Ishmail McGee 4 years ago

    I call bullshit about Brian France saying the fans wanted this. 

  • Nascarking24 4 years ago

    Here’s a crazy idea. Let’s give this a damn chance! Who knows? You
    ungrateful fans might come to like it.

  • barneynward 4 years ago

    I’m sorry to say this, but this new system is gonna make NASCAR less
    popular. It’s gonna make drivers race even harder to get to victory lane,
    which means more mistakes might happen. I can only hope that if this
    doesn’t work out well, they should immediately scrap it and stick with the
    old Chase System.

  • TheChrisD - The Angry Irishman 4 years ago

    What a terrible terrible idea. Just ditch the Chase and use the IndyCar
    points system.

  • TheStockCarStig 4 years ago

    This is a super bowl type format.

  • KingsterCoal 4 years ago

    I saw a comment on the NASCAR.com website saying this should be done and
    everyone agreed. They did that and no one likes it…

  • jonathan martin 4 years ago

    The championship at Homestead….really. 

  • BackRowRacing98 4 years ago

    I don’t know about this….. It throws consistancy out the door.

  • Brooks Westfall 4 years ago

    Please, NASCAR. Just stop trying to be an entertainment sport and be a
    normal motor sport.

  • Austin Mongold 4 years ago

    I’m kinda in the middle of whether its good or not because during he final
    round thing with only 4 driver the points will reset and actually give
    other drivers a chance to win instead of it being where half way through
    the homestead race you find out “Jimmie Johnson is gonna win te
    championship” because the leader is like a race ahead in points so I think
    this might be a good idea if ony hey still had 12 drivers

  • Mathew Fritz 4 years ago

    This system has screwed up NASCAR even more. I understand that the drivers
    want wins to count for something more then bragging rights but now instead
    of rewarding consistent finishes it rewards how good you do at 3 select
    tracks. What if there your weak tracks? Well, your done like dinner. Great
    job of screwing up the sport NASCAR!!!

  • aprobloxplayer 4 years ago

    This makes no shitty sence

  • Robby Burns 4 years ago

    I think they finally “Jimmie Johnson pruffed” the chase only until he wins
    a couple in a row. Nice try NASCAR……………NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

  • MrCubehead58 4 years ago

    I really don’t see why NASCAR can’t just go back to the way things were 15
    years ago, when people actually watched NASCAR.

  • MotorSportChannel865 4 years ago

    I kinda like the idea, but because there is more of an emphasis on winning,
    there is less of an emphasis on consistency