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What This Year’s Crop of Rookies Means for the Future of the Sprint Cup Series

One of the most important and vital aspects that will be crucial to NASCAR's future growth is this year's rookie class. With eight full-time drivers competing for Rookie of the Year honors, this season's first-year class is one of the largest in the last two decades. Justin Allgaier (No. 51 car), Michael Annett (7), Alex Bowman (23), Daytona 500 pole-sitter Austin Dillon (3), Parker Kligerman (30), Kyle Larson (42), Ryan Truex (83) and Cole Whitt (26) make up the class of 2014. Some will succeed and potentially become big stars, while others may not. Some may spend the next 20 or more years in the Sprint Cup Series, while others may only have a few seasons in NASCAR's premier series before they find themselves in the Nationwide or Camping W...

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