told the media in London that if you're a NASCAR purist you may want to see a race with a lot of race strategy, but not a lot of passes or changes for the lead, but the casual NASCAR fan wants to see the passes and changes for the lead, and he agrees with the casual NASCAR fan because he wants to also see a lot of passes and changes for the lead.
Is this guy an idiot? He's basically saying he doesn't care what the hardcore NASCAR fan wants, but he's going to cater to the casual NASCAR fan to attract them to watching NASCAR.
Okay Brian, here's my idea. Since the races are 400 to 500 miles long, and 3 to 5 hours long tell all the drivers they're required to let the driver behind them pass them at least three times in the firt 2/3rds of the race, and if you're the leader you're required to let the guy in second around you at least three times in the first 2/3rds of the race because the purist realizes all the passes and lead changes the first 2/3rds of the race don't mean anything any ways, but the casual NASCAR fan will eat it up, and require the drivers to actually only race for tha last 1/3rd of the race.
Wait a minute? That already happens.