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NASCAR Nationwide Series Should Be Reserved for Rookies, Veterans Only

For those of you, like me, who watched the Camping World Truck Series race this Saturday at Darlington, you probably noticed three things different from Cup and Nationwide fields: The field (36 entries) was smaller, meaning there was less chance to have bogus "start and park" trucks like there are with seemingly three to eight cars each week on the Cup circuit. As you can imagine, there were indeed fewer of these "start and park" situations, even if only 17 or so trucks finished on the lead lap. With fewer pit stops, strategy became that more important and with a shorter race, the stops became fewer, making each one that more precious and in which perfection must be done right. With no Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Carl Edwards, Denny Ha...

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