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We’re hearing a phrase a lot these days which has not been heard much at all the last five years or so – parity among Sprint Cup teams. Quite simply, Hendrick Motorsports has been the top team and the rest were the bottom teams.
This weekend in the garages at Dover International Speedway, site of today’s Autism Speaks 400, the phrase was being thrown around like rice at a wedding.
Joe Gibbs Racing, Richard Childress Racing and Roush Fenway Racing have been crowding the Hendrick drivers off the podiums through the first 11 races and the media, at least, is taking notice.
Is it good, bad or temporary? What is your view on Sprint Cup parity?
Is this the year that another race team dethrones the 4 time Sprint Cup champion, Jimmie Johnson?
See you at the track!
TIL NEXT TIME, I AM STILL WORKING ON MY REDNECK!