That's the question that will be debated by the V8 Supercars Commission this week following a lacklustre roll-out of the current race structure over the last two events.
Saturday's two races were both trimmed from 100km to 60km this year in a move intended to spice up the action.
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A lack of passing during the four races held to date has, however, triggered a review of the format.
V8 Supercars has confirmed that the 2x60km races will now remain for Winton, but a change could be made by Hidden Valley next month.
Moving to a single 120km race, complete with compulsory pitstop, has been tabled as one of several options as the category also works to rejig its tyre allocations.
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