Truth is, you could probably change the tree and still see the same amount of red lights because drivers will do the same thing they do now. Take bracket racers for example, if a local racer has to race the track champ, he is going to try to adjust his delay box down a few numbers to be more aggressive and in most cases that driver is going to red-light. I see the same thing in Outlaw 10.5 heads up racing. When guys have to race the higher qualifier, they take a shot and the tree and usually miss. So let me ask you guys the question, If you ended up having to race the low qualifier and you already took some hit on your index, aren't you going to take a hit at the tree? If you have to race a guy like Aragona, Craig, or Jeff, aren't you going to take a hit at the tree? More than likely, yes in both situations, and you would probably still red-light. Cause one of the worse decisions that we as drivers make is overadjusting which alters consistency, it happens because that's racing. We let other drivers performances get in our head. Look at everytime somebody races against Greg Anderson or Dave Connolly, they either overtune the car and get loose or redlight. But all in all, Redlights will always be apart of racing and chronic red-lighters will continue to red-light and chronic late driver will continue to be late when the tree comes down regardless of the tree speed.