You know despite the poor call made by NASCAR on black flagging Elliott Sadler on the final restart and costing fans a good battle for the win, we shouldn't and can't take anything away from the real story of Brad Keselowski and the #22 Penske Racing team winning the Nationwide Indy 250 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Keselowski had one of the fastest cars all race long next to Kyle Busch and Elliott Sadler and Brad earned this victory hands down.
With that said, I believe that while NASCAR did make the wrong call in moving this race from the small track at LOP to IMS, NASCAR should have all three series, the Rolex Series, Nationwide Series and the Cup Series with the Brickyard 400 run on the road course instead to add some excitement to these races. So far, the Rolex Race on Friday was more exciting then the Saturday Nationwide race. Sorry, but the racing on the Indy oval isn't all that exciting for stock cars anymore.