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Premium Motorsports Withdraws No. 66 from Fontana, Will Only Return with Sponsorship

Motorsport.com’s Lee Spencer reported on Wednesday that Premium Motorsports has withdrawn the No. 66 entry from this weekend’s Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway.  The reasoning for the withdrawal can be traced directly to funding. “The No. 66 is not a sponsored team,” team owner Jay Robinson told Spencer …

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Mike Wallace, No. 01 Union Bank & Trust Chevrolet – 2009 Virginia 529 College Savings 250 at Richmond Preview

Mike Wallace will drive the Union Bank and Trust No. 01 Impala SS at Richmond this weekend. The JD Motorsports entry carries associate sponsorship from MC2 Energy Drink. “Union Bank & Trust is the first bank in Virginia to offer a CollegeWealth 529 account that is insured by the FDIC. When we heard …

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NASCAR News for Friday, September 11, 2009

Petty Blue Oval?! Richard Petty Motorsports Merges With Yates For 2010 Season It’s been all but known that Richard Petty Motorsports would be leaving its trademark Dodge cars behind after the conclusion of 2009, but it’s probably safe to say there were few out there that expected a move to …

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Did You Notice? Whether Family And NASCAR Really Mix?, No Chase, No Crew, And White House Snubs

*Did You Notice?* … How amazing it is Jeff Gordon’s competing for the title this year? I say that not because of his ailing back (although that’s another story all to itself) … it’s because he’s busy changing diapers at home. Who in the world is capable of doing both? Now, I’m mostly joking around with that comment, but not completely. We brought the issue of raising a family and competing in NASCAR up in the "Athlon / Frontstretch podcast":http://www.athlonsports.com/racing/inside-racing-podcast last week, so I decided to take a closer look. Here’s a list of the top 15 drivers in the points and their marital status ...

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Talking NASCAR TV: Lack of Focus Hurts ESPN Broadcasts

Last weekend, there were four major races on the stock car racing calendar. The Sprint Cup Series and the ARCA Re/Max Series were at Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, the Nationwide Series was in Newton, Iowa on Saturday for the inaugural U.S. Cellular 250, which was a rousing success. In addition, the Camping World Truck Series was in Nashville for the Toyota Tundra 200 at Nashville Superspeedway.

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