Green-white-checker rule expanded
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- NASCAR officials told drivers before Thursday's 150-mile qualifying races that it will have up to three green-white-checkered restarts if the first and second attempts don't make it through the first lap without a caution.
A green-white-checkered finish signifies two laps will be run. NASCAR throws a green flag and the cars race a lap until the white flag -- signifying the final lap of a race -- is shown and then the drivers race that final lap to the checkered-flag ...
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