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Pony Cars and NASCAR

Posted September 11, 2009 6:00 AM by CarDomain

With the Car of Tomorrow redesign underway in NASCAR's second-tier Nationwide Series, there's been a lot of wild speculation about whether the Big Three might seize the opportunity to introduce their newest crop of pony cars to stock car racing.

It's not as far-fetched as you might think: there were those CoT prototypes tested last year at Richmond, Ford has all but committed at least some version of its Mustang to run in Nationwide, and the mags and the blogs have been mulling over the idea for months.

I think the racing of factory-based Mustangs, Camaros, and Challengers would not only be awesome, but it'd give the ailing Nationwide series the shot in the arm it needs. The whole thing kind of begs the question, though - what's Toyota supposed to run?

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09/12/2009 5:48 AM

getting the parasitic nascar out of motorsport would help, too

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