|Screwed either way|
Word is that NASCAR has proposed to track Presidents the idea of running some early races after the Covid-19 shutdown with no fans, to get the sport re-started.
It's a case of you are damned if you do and damned if you don't.
If you do run with fans before there is a vaccine you run the risk of getting sued if a fan catches Covid-19 at the track and dies.
If you don't run with fans you take a financial bloodbath at the box office.
As for the NASCAR crews – they will need access to a rapid testing plan for those allowed in shops/garages
Adam Stern of Sports Business Daily tweets that NASCAR has drawn up at least four potential schedules to get the sport re-started:
1) Eight-week delay (start at Martinsville).
2) 10-week delay (start at Coke 600)
3) 12-week delay (unclear but could be Texas).
4) 15-week delay (Schedule may go into December).