NASCAR World Reacts To New Driver Rule Change

On Wednesday, NASCAR declared new standards for drivers who need to get to know their vehicles.

A driver should have world class certifications from the most noteworthy type of motorsports to qualify.

Moreover, they should be placed into a NASCAR Cup Series Event by an ongoing association partaking in that occasion.

Raikkonen, who contended in Formula 1 for about twenty years, will make his NASCAR Cup Series debut in the No. 91 vehicle at Watkins Glen International.

 "Truly, I'm entirely good with this. It's a success for everyone, on the off chance that Kimi Räikkönen really does well in his NASCAR Cup Series debut.

Furthermore, he'll be driving for a group that has won two out of two street course races up until this point. I'm energized for Watkins Glen."

"Wow, NASCAR making reasonable rules," a second fan said. Who would have thought. Guess we'll dub this the Kimi rule."

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