I was just reading this article on the NASCAR web site. "Five races into the season and there is one constant in the Nationwide Series -- Cup drivers have won every race. In fact, Cup drivers average seven of the top-10 spots so far this season with the most (nine) coming at Daytona. This week the series shifts to Nashville Superspeedway where there is no companion Sprint Cup Series race, but there will be a fair share of Cup stars looking to keep the heat on the Nationwide-only drivers." The Pros and Cons arguments and the whole Story can be read here: http://www.nascar.com/2009/news/features/04/07/head.2.head.cup.nationwide/index.html I have thought about this before. I have leaned towards no. But I have seen so many young drivers really learn by following the Cup cars/drivers around the track at the Nationwide races. But Nationwide is'nt just about young drivers and gettin' them ready for cup races, or is it??? I think it wouldn't be a bad idea to limit the number of Nationwide races a cup driver could compete in per season. What do you think?