NASCAR Notebook: Nationwide-only drivers looking for breakthrough
The NASCAR Nationwide series has been dominated by double-duty Sprint Cup drivers all season, which isn't exactly a new phenomenon.
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#1 Jul 31, 2010
Allowing Cup drivers to race in (and dominate) the Nationwide Series is rediculous. Nobody wants to watch Kyle Bush stomp these lower tier teams and drivers week after week.
NASCAR needs to set a limit to the number of starts a Cup driver is allowed in Nationwide, and/or disqualify the Cup guys from winning the Championship.
How disheartening it must be for the Nationwide only drivers this current arrangement must be.
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