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Starting a Parking: A Problem That Can Be Solved

It's something that is frowned upon in the NASCAR world. It's something that if you were to tell people who are unfamiliar with the sport happens, they look at you and say, "Why would teams do that?" The answer for some teams is they have to, and for others, they aren't breaking the rules. Which, is correct, PRISM Motorsports (if you want to call them that) houses two cars in the Sprint Cup Series. The No. 66 of Dave Blaney, which is the "flagship" team, and the No. 55 of Michael McDowell, isn't breaking the rules in NASCAR, by now starting and parking two race teams instead of one. This is a sticky situation. We saw Joe Nemechek's team, NEMCO Motorsports, run two cars in Daytona, so it makes me think, how much is too much? PRISM Motorsport...

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