"From the second row back, it is going to start braking earlier and earlier," said Brian Barnhart, president of competition and racing operations and race director. "This entire weekend [every racing series] has failed to get through turn 1 so far. Everything from F2000 to ALMS."
Barnhart said most of the problems at the turn were created by "bad judgment" and drivers looking to take advantage of others who are being cautious.
"They're looking at turn 1 as an opportunity to blow past cars checking up in traffic," Barnhart said.
He added there is potential to block the entire track very easily as narrow as it is in the corner.
"We can actually get a double blockage if the cars going through the run off don't make it around the corner," he said.