Scott Miller, Senior Vice President Competition at NASCAR, met with the media Sunday night following the NASCAR All-Star race to explain the controversial ending to the event.
Regarding the caution that came up moments before #12-Ryan Blaney took the checkered flag Miller said, “Wish we wouldn’t have done that.”
Furthermore, he said that NASCAR determined that Ryan Blaney’s window net was secure because he had both hands on the steering wheel and the window net was still up.
Senior Vice President of Competition Scott Miller on the conclusion of the All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway. pic.twitter.com/l3258FjXkZ
— NASCAR (@NASCAR) May 23, 2022