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Ranking the 10 Best NASCAR Drivers Under 30 Years Old

Who are the best drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series under 30 years old?

Unlike other sports where players enter the professional levels right out of college, NASCAR drivers must gain experience in lower professional levels before they make it to the Sprint Cup Series. Because drivers can race into their late 40s, a young driver in NASCAR is anyone under 30 years old.

The 2006 ROTY class was the last relevant rookie class in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The class consisted of Denny Hamlin, Clint Bowyer, Martin Truex Jr., Reed Sorensen, J.J. Yeley, David Stremme and David Gilliland. Since 2006 the NASCAR ROTY has not had much competition.  

This season will be different. The 2014 ROTY class consists of Austin Dillon, Kyle Larson, Justin Allgaier, Michael Annett, Parker Klingerman, Ryan Truex, Cole Whitt and Alex Bowman. Dillon and Larson will have a good chance to win a race this season and may win a championship in the future.

Here is a list ranking the 10 best NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers under 30 years old… (Read More)

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Comment by Chase Me #9 on February 9, 2014 at 9:02am

When you consider how many of the recent rookie of the year winners aren't even still racing in cup it seems like kind of a meaningless award. Liecht,Lally,Conway are a few that come to mind.

Comment by Tombo on January 27, 2014 at 11:40pm

kyle #1,lol what a joke!! so hes won a few more races thats it..that just shows hes been in a very good car.without gibbs supercharged cars hed be next to nothing..

keslowski should be #1,hes a CUP series champ and nw champ in a shorter time the kyles nothing.....

and auston Dillon should be 2nd or 3rd on that list..i hope they don't pay you..logano,hah...

people need to stop the kyle kiss ass sheeot,its getting old.....

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