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

It is a timeless debate that is without end: Should Sprint Cup drivers run in the Nationwide Series? Some would say no, that it takes away from the young talent battling to make their name in NASCAR. Others would say yes, that it adds credibility to NASCAR's lower divisions and brings the spotlight to the true talent of the series. Truth be told, the latter have the stronger argument these days. Sure, we're subjected to the constant obliteration of the Nationwide Series by Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski, both of whom are winning week in and week out on Fridays and Saturdays during the season. But without Busch and Keselowski, arguably two of NASCAR's best drivers, where would drivers like Chase Elliott and Ty Dillon be? While Dillon wo...

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