NASCAR tells crew chiefs to expect no major rule changes

NASCAR officials told Sprint Cup crew chiefs Saturday morning that the moratorium on testing at sanctioned tracks is expected to extend through the 2010 season.

In an attempt to cut costs, NASCAR announced last November that instead of having official NASCAR scheduled tests throughout the year, there would be a one-year moratorium on series-wide testing and teams also would be prohibited from testing at any track that sanctioned a race in the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide, Camping World Truck and East and West series. Previously, teams could not test on their own at tracks of the series they competed in.

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