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Explaining NASCAR’s Weakest Rookie “Race” in Recent Memory

In the Sprint Cup Series, this year’s Raybestos Rookie of the Year race may not be much of a race at all. Front Row Motorsports recently announced Kevin Conway as the full-time driver of one of its two cars, a Ford which will likely carry sponsorship from male enhancement pill Extenze. This announcement made Conway the first rookie candidate for the 2010 season. Days later, former Nationwide Series owner Dusty Whitney announced that he had purchased a fleet of Dodges from Richard Petty Motorsports, now a Ford team, and would be fielding a car for former Truck Series driver Terry Cook for the full 36-race schedule. Cook, who had been competing in the trucks since 1996, will also compete for the award. But looking at the press release, Whit...

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