Driver believes set-up changes will produce more parity, better show
David Gilliland, driver of the No. 38 Long John Silver's Ford, comments on racing at Bristol Motor Speedway:
"With the new rule changes this year, I think it's going to produce better racing there. NASCAR's ultimate goal is to make the cars drive better, which will, in turn, produce better racing. If you've got three or four guys' cars that are driving good and the rest of the field is struggling, it doesn't put on a real good race. But we feel like the cars are going to drive better and it's going to put on a better show. David (Ragan) and I have both had some really strong runs at Bristol, and I look forward to going back there."
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