Yesterday's race at Talledega is the end of an era. I hope you enjoyed it. You'll never see a race like it again. In the aftermath of 1987's Bobby Allison crash at Talledega, NASCAR changed the cars dramatically so that no car could ever get up and rip down the grandstand fence again. But, yesterday, a car repeated Allison's performance, coming scarilly close to going over. NASCAR has to alter something drastically before the next restrictor plate track race. What should they do?