June 14, 2024

14 thoughts on “Should Cup Drivers be Allowed to Compete in Lower Divisions?

  1. NO, NO, NO, NO Full time CUP drivers SHOULD NOT race in Lower the Lower Divisions — They for sure should not keep taking WINNING MONEY away from the Lower Driver teams..

  2. No
    It is the only sport where a upper class athlete can compete in the minors.
    Ever heard of Harper or Machado going freely up and down from AAA to AA to the majors in the same weekend.
    Give the up and comers some seat time, that’s why they have the minor leagues in all sports.

  3. the question I aski why is it ok for dale jr to race in a lower series he retired as a cup driver the big stars bring money to a much needed series I think it is just a kyle busch rule

  4. I have been a nascar fan for fifty years and do not like upper classes in lower races, it takes away chances for a new driver.

  5. No! The Cup drivers should NOT be allowed to race in the Xfinity series. The Truck series is different; it’s a whole different vehicle. I don’t mind Xfinity or Cup drivers driving in the Truck series. However, Cup drivers should not take winner money or trophies in Xfinity races, and should allow those drivers to compete in their own category. If these lower tier drivers wish to race against Cup drivers to test their talent against “the best,” NASCAR should create a race where Xfinity drivers race against those Cup drivers who choose to race.

  6. Most of the cup drivers stay within their series but Kyle
    bush would race in every division and take the money if he could, he said if they cut out any more races he would take his trucks and go home. Does this show you what a spoiled brat he is!

    1. Thank you for your comment Jewel. Kyle builds and supplies a lot of the chasis in the truck division. The money to do so has to come from somewhere. In this case, from winning races in that division. That’s why Kyle threatened to leave the truck division of NASCAR cut down on the number of races, not because he a spoiled brat.

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