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When Its All White, It Oughta Imply All Right in NASCAR: Just Ask Kevin Harvick

Note: Don't actually ask Kevin. I don't know how he feels in general, but I think we can plainly see that on Sunday, he might have possibly been on my side in this. The logic behind a Caution flag isn't difficult to figure out: Drivers go around and around on a track many times in a race, it's the whole point of a race. So when something happens that makes driving conditions dangerous, you have to slow everyone down to try to resolve any track issues. Debris cautions seem to be a catch-all these days. It could be in the high line, the low line, 30 feet off the yellow/white line and NASCAR will hold everyone up to clean it up. While the danger may not be imminent, there's a sliver of validity to it. But what about a post-white flag caution t...

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