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Look: NASCAR World Reacts To Major 2023 Rumor

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FORT WORTH, TEXAS - SEPTEMBER 25: A general view of racing as the sun sets during the NASCAR Cup Series Auto Trader EchoPark Automotive 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on September 25, 2022 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

NASCAR fans could be getting their wish answered for the 2023 season.

According to the latest speculation, NASCAR is considering a significant change ahead of next season.

"Rumor is @NASCAR is considering removing stage cautions at all road courses in 2023. I hope that's true. #NASCAR," one fan wrote.

Is it true, though?

NASCAR fans are hopeful.

"Please be true. Caution laps are too long and ruins the art of road racing strategy as it is," one fan wrote.

"Let’s remove stages all together, if Jeff Gluck had a poll to remove stages we know most people would vote no and NASCAR would have to go that route," one fan added.


"Now can we go to a code 60 instead of a caution? Race fans will thank you," one fan suggested.

"ALL races …… award points at the “stage” lap ….. if so inclined," another fan wrote.

Should NASCAR make the big change for 2023?