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NASCAR Nationwide Series: Does Winning the Championship Mean Anything Anymore?

One of the biggest stories to begin the 2011 NASCAR season was the new-and-improved points system. The system itself got a makeover, making it easier for people to understand and follow. Along with the change to the scoring system came the ruling that now drivers could choose just one series in which to collect points. The days of a driver competing to win multiple championships in the same season are over, at least for the time being. Drivers can still compete in each of the different series, but they can only score points for one. This was good news for any of the full-time Nationwide Series competitors, as now they were competing against just one another for the championship. The last time the Nationwide Series championship was won by a ...

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