Yes more competition cautions, but not the ones to check tires of equipment but the ones to tighten up the field.
In NASCAR once the field spreads out to one lane it's like watching a bunch of ants marching, is boring my dear friends. Sunday at Sonoma was a good example.
They should also set a mark as to how many cars have to be on the lead lap, 20 cars could be a good mark, NASCAR then can call a caution that would give the lucky dog and the chance for a wave around for the teams who chose to do so.
The point is to keep the lead lap with at least 21 plus race cars, this would make the competition more interesting specially with the disparity that appears to be between the top 5 teams and the rest of the field.
Let me explain what Im talking about, if you take Hendrick's four teams plus their satellite Stewart-Hass who has two, Gibbs with three, Roush and Childress both with three, that is 15 cars that would probably run in the lead lap thus not giving much opportunity to the rest of the field.
Would you agree is a better for the fans when there is 30 cars in the lead lap, of course it is because it gives them hope that their team may get up front even if it's by a wreck.
I'm a # 42 and #1 fan so if they fall back to the abyss of laps down I lose interest and hope, some may say those teams are hopeless anyway but that's another story for another day.