I know its been sometime since most teams have done it . What's the reasoning behind it ? I feel it brings people to the races . It makes the regular attendees want to bring someone to watch them jump when they whack the throttle . Believe me it brings them back and makes them an instant fan . Look at the attendance , my thoughts are its down compared to what it used to be . Makes it easier to walk the pits , because now not as many people seem to roam the pits anymore . So that confirms my belief that its effecting attendance and interest in our sport . I say the NHRA should regulate this in a manner that makes it fun for the fans again . How ? give each team that burps their car a minimum of 2 times during all warm ups an extra point or two . The big teams will still probably not do it . The small teams that need the points , that's where the fans will be hanging . I can guarantee that . I think the corporate environment has affected the sport to what it has become . Not relevant or fun for the younger generations . These younger kids are into extreme sports . Nothing extreme about watching a car start and shut off . Just my thoughts . What's everyone else think ?