#2 Focus on the lead at the end of the race.
NASCAR on Fox has a history of going from one extreme to the other. For example, if they somehow become self aware enough to stop focusing on one particular driver during a race, they then try to compensate for it by going through multiple drivers at a break neck pace. This would probably work any other time of the race, especially since it allows them to go through the field quicker, but it doesn’t work at the end of the race.
Of course the reason for that is the fact that attention should be focused on The top-five drivers and not anything going on in the back of the pack. With that being said, NASCAR on Fox really needs to understand that fans want to see who is competing for the win and not who is racing for a 20th place finish. The exception to this is an intense battle that is getting heated or a bad wreck, but other then that, the focus should be up front.
Hopefully NASCAR on Fox can remedy that and keep things focused up front towards the end of the race, but that even may be asking too much from them given their spotty history. In the end though, if they start seeing their viewing numbers drop more and more, it could prompt the needed change.