Four-time Sprint Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon is a big supporter of the new camera enforcement procedures on pit road this season and he'd like NASCAR to take it yet another step.
Gordon believes it's time NASCAR do away with speed or timing lines on pit road and just enforce the speed limit on pit road from beginning to end.
Currently, NASCAR monitors the average speed of a car between timing lines. So in theory, a car can go faster than the limit in one area if it goes slower in another.
"I think that’s the next step. We’ve got to get rid of these speed lines. It
doesn’t make any sense. The speed limit is the speed limit. You should never be
able to break the speed limit," Gordon said. "You should carry the speed limit all the way down
pit road. What we do is find pit stalls to try to get around that. So we’re
ramping up and slowing down and that’s what got us in Martinsville. We were just
too aggressive with it.”