I understand what you're saying but it's not racings fault that Supercars sometimes doesn't meet your needs, that's down to you're own perception of what makes racing exciting. Different winners doesn't make racing anymore exciting, that's you're perception of what makes racing exciting for you personally. Most motorsports don't have two guys from opposing teams in opposing brands fight the championship out to the very end for several years running. Is that not a close and competitive enough championship for you? I personally love to see three of the absolute best operators in the history of Supercars (with guest appearances from Chaz, DR, ADP, Percat, Waters and co.) fighting it out at the front. Why should we lose that? It's up to the second tier drivers to step it up a notch. If Scott Mclaughlin can carry a car (FG X, Volvo) to the front then so should the other drivers... if they're good enough. If they're not good enough, then they don't really deserve to win, let alone the cheap wins. I also love seeing the midfield battles and think it's a shame they don't get more airtime. In-car camera choices would go a long way in solving that. It's been done before on Foxtel (and it should be an option on the replays, but I doubt this will ever happen because Supercars love to sanitise some track action. Best not let the public see what really happened and all). Regarding the sometimes processional nature, again, not racings fault. You can rest the blame for that fair square on Supercars. Their inability to see and do the blatantly obvious is the cause. Hot tip Supercars: If you want to reduce aero, you have to actually reduce the aero, not just shift it around... and ffs get rid of the Gurney. It's one of the main causes of the aero wash the drivers are complaining about, and it's been an issue since it was first introduced to the Nissan. And I do watch F1, not as much as I used to but that's not the racings fault.