Stewart slams NASCAR for debris yellows to artificially make finishes closer (Update)
Does NASCAR think we are all stupid? Everyone has known for years that they always throw a debris caution if the race finish appears to be heading toward a runaway. It's called 'managed' racing.
UPDATEAfter criticism from the sport's most popular driver and a former champion, NASCAR defended its calls on debris cautions Monday on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
Scott Miller, NASCAR senior vice president of competition, explained on "The Morning Drive" how the sanctioning body decides to call a debris caution.
"We use all the resources that we have to try to identity what it is that is out there - that being camera, turn spotters and the communication that we've got around the race track to different people who may be able to see it,'' Miller said on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
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