When there's enough rain at road courses to make track surfaces sufficiently wet for rain tires, the NASCAR Nationwide Series has no issue with putting on rain tires and continuing to race. The same can't be said for the Sprint Cup Series, at least not for an official, points-paying race. Should Sprint Cup Series teams go ahead and race when there's rain at a road course?
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