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Steve O'Donnell, NASCAR executive vice president and chief racing development officer, uttered those words Monday on "The Morning Drive" on Sirius XM NASCAR Radio when asked about limiting Cup drivers in the Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series. "It certainly is on our radar," O'Donnell said. "We've heard the fans. It's interesting, it's been a balance throughout the years. We've always had Sprint Cup drivers come into the Xfinity Series and sometimes dominate, back in the Mark Martin days. As the sport has evolved one of the great things is we've got more of a fan following in the Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series. They like seeing those drivers come up through the ranks and it's our job to make sure that Xfinity is where names are made. We've got to do on that on the racetrack. That is something we're taking a really hard look at for next year, I'd say stay tuned. We're going to look at and probably have something to announce fairly soon."
What's my thoughts on what NASCAR will imply at the start of 2016 Season? Well it's really hard to tell at this point. They won't ban these guys from the series but I am predicting they will only be limited to 5-10 races a season which will still be on the minds of NASCAR fans because Kyle Busch or anyone for that case can come in an win 10 races etc. It'll be a process that gets better with age but at least you the NASCAR Fan can know NASCAR is listening to you about some things.(Koelle,2016)