The lack of practice and qualifying sessions for the rest of the 2020 season may end the chances of Xfinity Series team Shepherd Ventures Racing featuring again in the 2020 season.
NASCAR announced that they will conduct races in all the remaining races in the three national series without any practice and qualifying sessions as it has done since the resumption of the series on May 17, except for the Coca-Cola 600.
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This decision may prove costly for Shepherd Ventures Racing. It was indicated through a tweet, which is now deleted, that they won’t feature for the 2020 Xfinity season. The last race that they participated in was before the hiatus at Darlington Raceway on May 21. They have not featured in any 11 races that have been contested since then. With the new NASCAR lineup rules, they need practice and qualifying to be able to participate in the race. So, NASCAR’s decision has most probably ended their chance of featuring in the 2020 season.
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4 thoughts on “NASCAR team unlikely to feature again in 2020 season”
Good, it should be that way any regular season, makes it more interesting
So you’re saying that lower budget teams shouldn’t have a chance at making a race and potentially pulling off an upset and winning said race all because they’re a lower budget team?
Everyone has the same situation. Deal with it.
DOES NOT MATTER ONE WAY OR ANOTHER. NASCAR HAS GONE TOO FAR LEFT FOR ME, AND HAVE FORGOTTEN THEIR ROOTS. FIRST THE GUN MAKER SPONSOR BAN. THEN CAME THE FIREARMS THEMSELVES. THEN THE CONFEDERATE FLAG BAN. THEN BLM CAR, AND THE KNEELING DURING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM!!!!! ENOUGH, IS ENOUGH, THAT IS WHY I WILL NO LONGER SUPPORT, WATCH, OR FOLLOW NASCAR ANY LONGER!!!