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NASCAR Maintains 2009 Testing Policy For 2010

NASCAR sent out a press release today announcing that its 2010 testing policy will remain similar to the one put in place for this season. Under the 2010 testing rules, tracks that host national series events (Sprint Cup, Nationwide, Camping World Trucks, East, and West Series) will be unavailable for testing for the second year in a row.

This move was initially made for two reasons: to cut costs in a weak sponsor market, and because plenty of teams are able to utilize seven-post shaker rigs to "test" cars, anyway. The one change in the policy, however, deals with tracks hosting regional series events. NASCAR teams will now be able to test at these tracks, provided that they do not also host national series events. Some of the t...

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