If what I've heard proposed goes into effect I may be done with NASCAR. NASCAR wants to adjust the chase to create a playoff system. The current proposal is to chose the top 16 drivers at the end of the first 26 weeks based on wins ... then every three races eliminate four drivers from the championship, reset the points and let the final four battle for the championship in ONE RACE winner take all event. I hate it. NASCAR says they want more "game seven moments" but in my opinion this is too much manipulation. Imagine the world series - or another best of seven series - where one team wins four straight games. Not enough drama ... so make them play three more. Only the last game counts. In such a series one team could win six games in a row but lose the last game and lose the championship. That level of manipulation is NOT a "game seven" moment. It is a cheap stunt. I hope the proposal goes away ... I do not mind the chase being made up of winners. Win and you're in regardless of how many drivers make the chase. If you don't win a race you don't make the chase. That sounds good to me. But leveling the points every three races and making the final race the only one that matters for the championship goes too far.