Up to this point, this is ultimately the biggest issue for everyone on both sides of the 2019 package debate: No one is having the same conversation with each other and creating the toxic environment we are all at.  NASCAR advertises statistics every week to prove that the formula for high downforce and low power is trend-setting. The critics point to the loss of traditional racing characteristics such as gas, handling and tire management.
The ruling council broke up after most of its members claimed that NASCAR was not listening.
This package debate does not produce a weekly result, as one side trumps the virtues of entertainment while the other laments the loss of athletic integrity. There is no middle ground in this formula, as one was sacrificed in exchange for the other.
And there is undoubtedly a market for both, which means that a page will crash when burned out when the NASCAR Gen-7 race car comes out in 2021
NASCAR officials are in an ungrateful, enviable position these days.  You've spent that decade making a four-way championship tie every season, green-flag shootings and pack racing all over the field to make sure the fanbase becomes insatiable.
NASCAR has lost its identity and fights for itself in 2019. This leads to dissatisfaction from all corners of the industry and threatens to tear it apart in the years to come.
Ask the Indy Auto Community how this story ends] Therefore, this weekly narrative should not be taken lightly. It is not sustainable.
If those who work at the highest level are not having fun, how are the fans supposed to enjoy every week?