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Is It Fair for Sprint Cup Drivers to Race in the Nationwide Series?

There was a time, not so long ago, when the Nationwide Series featured young drivers that were mastering their craft for a year or two before making the jump to the next level. Those days seem like a distant memory. More and more, Sprint Cup regulars and former Cup stars that are unable to latch on to a ride in the premier division fill the Nationwide Series races. The question is, is it fair for the Sprint Cup drivers to run in the Nationwide Series? Ultimately, the easy answer is no, it is not fair. Unfortunately, it is far more complicated than just disallowing Sprint Cup drivers to participate. NASCAR is an expensive sport, and the best way to cover some of the costs of racing is to win. In a series where the prize money is far inferior...

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