Ok, here's a legit modification to the operations that I'd like to see, but admittedly it is waaaay overly complicated and does nothing for the bottom line in the short term. To paraphrase someone on the other side: "It's easy to spend $1 to make 80¢"
Driver wristbands have a barcode or similar to scan that for each race is tagged for that driver and linked to a database. Every time that person comes in for a BF offense, their wristband is scanned and the offense is logged for the individual driver both for that race and for future reference. There's someone who runs a messenger setup from the tower to black flag at every race that denotes car and reported nature of offense and location of offense. A pen and paper is currently used to record those offenses for each event and then it is tossed when the event is over. Making a program that allows it to be logged electronically and then referenced by driver may be helpful or at least help identify habitually douchey or incident-prone drivers who drive multiple cars at events.
(as someone who has traditionally brought multiple cars to events, having 8 drivers for 2-3 cars means one car can get BF'd out for the day and the drivers still can get track time in the other car)
The logistics involved include:
Printing wristbands with unique identifiers on them, ideally something scan-able by a smartphone app or other handheld device that can bluetooth the info to the BF laptop.
Linking the driver database at HQ with a program that will allow the info reported by the flaggers to BF to be attached to said driver with the same info of who what where and when and that can have a means for including things like "self-report" or other notes like they disputed the flag or were the hit-ee not the hit-er, they just did a driver change and have no idea why they were bf'd, etc
When driver checks in at the event HQ and receives the wristband, it is scanned and clicked to link that scanned barcode to the driver for that event.
Every time a car comes in the driver's wristband is scanned and the offense is logged. It can eventually help BF so that there is another way to record that a car has come in for BF (I know I've forgotten to immediately cross a car off before that did show up for its lumps). The short term benefit is it can help identify problem-prone drivers at the current event, and it can help identify problem-prone drivers over multiple events. Heck, if they really cared, they could use that info when deciding whether or not to accept a given team's application that has multiple drivers who have BF magnets listed on the roster.
There are probably some insurance tracking benefits, marketing tracking benefits, and it could conceivably be used to scan drivers as they are going onto the track and coming off to monitor stint lengths if they ever got to that (but that would be further complicated by cars/drivers getting towed off at someplace other than track off). It could maybe become some Uber-like customer rating app for the OKStupid feature for A&D.
It's a level of sophistication that Lemons probably doesn't need nor want and the judges and competitors have a pretty good handle on who's who and whatnot. But it could be a good stepping stone towards automating some stuff should the series look to expand/grow. It would take away from the feel of "This series is run by 2 dudes in pool loungers splitting a case of PBR at HQ" but might help institute a level of "were watching you, douchebag" like the people's curse used to do.
But, the truth is, we teams and drivers do a pretty good job of policing ourselves.