Tony Stewart prefers “merit and maturity” in new Cup drivers

Tony Stewart prefers "merit and maturity" in new Cup drivers

While Berry has certainly shown he has the talent to compete at NASCAR’s highest level, at 32 years old and joining a top-tier Cup program without a multi-million-dollar sponsorship in tow, he doesn’t fit the mold of many recent rookies.
In the last 10 years, more and more drivers are moving into the top levels of NASCAR soon after they reach the minimum age of 18 to compete and gain rides …Keep reading

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