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PAST NEWS MARCH 6-12, 2000


(3-12-2000)
  • Martin: #6-Mark Martin is the only driver to lead all four CUP races in 2000, in fact Martin has led the last eight CUP races dating back to last year at Rockingham(3-12-2000)

  • #36 Jackman UPDATE: #36 jackman, Michael Cooper's foot was run over by an unknown car and was taken to a local hospital, Pete Wright handled the jack duties the rest of the race for the #36
    UPDATE: Michael Cooper, jackman for the No. 36 M&M's Pontiac Grand Prix, was taken to Spalding Regional Hospital for x-rays after being struck in the left leg by another car in an early race pit stop. Pete Wright replaced Cooper for the remainder of the day at that position. Cooper was diagnosed with a sprained left ankle, was released from the hospital and returned to the team's pit area before the end of the race. His status for next week's race at Darlington is unknown at this time(Pontiac Notes)(3-12-2000)

  • Wind Tunnel: NASCAR will take some cars to the Wind Tunnel on Monday, so far #31-Mike Skinner Chevy has been set aside as one of those cars(PRN Radio) also taken were the #18=Bobby Labonte Pontiac and the #6-Mark Martin Ford(NOL)(3-12-2000)

  • Cracker Barrel 500 notes: some things heard/seen on the ABC broadcast and the PRN radio broadcast of the race at Atlanta. There was a pit fire in the #60 Power Team pit, gasman Joe Ward fell and the gascan caught fire, which erupted behind the #60 Chevy. The #4 Kodak Chevy of Bobby Hamilton took off when he saw the fire, but his catch can was still attached and caught fire when he drove thru the fire. Hamilton had to bring the car back in to the pits and have the fire extinguished. Ward was bumped and bruised but ok, he inhaled some of the extinguisher fumes; #17-Matt Kenseth led a Winston Cup lap for the first time in his career(ABC TV/PRN Radio)(3-12-2000)

  • DJ's DNF: When #88-Dale Jarrett went out early at Atlanta with an engine problem, it was his first DNF(did not finish) since the 1999 Daytona 500, a stretch of 36 races(3-12-2000)

  • Earnhardts CORRECTION: Dale Earnhardt and Dale Earnhardt Jr. with their respective eighth- and 10th-place finishes last weekend at Las Vegas, became the first father and son to post top-10 finishes in the same race since Bobby and Davey Allison finished in the top-10 at Dover in June 1988(That's Racin')(3-11-2000) CORRECTION: actually a few readers pointed out that the Earnhardt's did this last September at Richmond, with Earnhardt finishing 6th and 'Little E' finishing 10th(3-12-2000)


    (3-11-2000)
  • Atwood/Dodge: #27 BGN driver Casey Atwood's father, Terry, said he is "confident" that the loose ends will soon be secured and that his son will land one of the most coveted driving jobs in NASCAR with Ray Evernham and Dodge in 2001. Atwood is under contact to drive in the Busch Series for Brewco Motorsports, and also has a contract with his sponsor, Castrol. Atwood has to negotiate his way out of both contracts(Tennessean)(3-11-2000)

  • Virginia Lottery: Rick Mast said he's one of seven Virginia drivers who will be featured on a new lottery game expected to debut this spring. The other Cup and BGN drivers are Jeff and Ward Burton, Elliott and Hermie Sadler and Kevin and Wayne Grubb(Roanoke Times)(3-12-2000)

  • #21 Crew: When the #21 CITGO Ford begins Sunday's CUP race, the pit crew will be different for the first time in the 2000 season. The Wood Brothers have opted to add rear tire carrier Dewayne Colbard, and rear tire changer Chris Hladik. Eddie Wood, the last of the Winston Cup car owners to go over pit wall on race day, has decided not to continue with going over wall during pit stops and says it is time for a change. Len Wood, also co-owner of the CITGO Ford, says the change is being made in an effort to have faster pit stops; an area where the Wood Brothers are notorious for performing well. The Wood Brothers Racing Team has been tempted to switch to the "indexing" method during the first three weeks of the season and they believe this week is the team's chance to shine. The indexing method allows the tire changers to only remove and tighten the lug nuts. The removal and placing of the tire will fall on a the jackman and the tire carriers. The Wood Brothers are often credited with creating the first organized pit stop. Since its inception, the rules, technology, and organization of the stop have progressed, but the Wood Brothers expectations consist of being the best on pit road(Cox Marketing Group)(3-11-2000)

  • Stewart and F-1 at Indy? Tony Stewart said he would be interested in driving in the Formula One race at Indianapolis this year(Sept 2000) if anyone were willing to give him a tryout(PitNow)(3-11-2000)


    (3-10-2000)
  • Evernham Announcement -- It's Official: Ray Evernham is ready to announce at least one of his drivers this week at Atlanta Motor Speedway. And he's preparing for a major media event at Homestead in three weeks, putting his first NASCAR prototype Dodge on the track(PitNow)(3-5-2000)
    UPDATE: Ray Evernham is scheduled to announce his first driver, expected to be Bill Elliott, for his Dodge racing team at a news conference Friday March 10th at 9:35am/et at the Atlanta Motor Speedway(That's Racin')(3-6/10-2000)
    UPDATE 2: Ray Evernham named 1988 Winston Cup Champion Bill Elliott to drive for one of his two Dodge Intrepid teams in 2001, but get this, he will be in the familiar car #9. The driver for the second Evernham Motorsports entry, car #19, will be announced at a later date. Also moving to Evernham Motorsports with Elliott will be key members of his current leadership at Elliott Racing, most notably general manager Eddie D’Hondt and car chief Mike Ford(NOL) no word on what number Melling Racing will switch to in 2001 and the #9 by the way: It's the same number Elliott drove to the NASCAR Winston Cup title while driving for Melling Racing from 1982 to 1991 and in which he got 34 of his 40 race wins, the other 6 were when Elliott drove the #11 for Junior Johnson from 92-94. Also from That's Racin' - As part of Elliott's move to the Dodge organization, he will become a part owner in the #9 team and Evernham will purchase Elliott's current team and all its assets(that means Owners Points and Provisionals for 2001, if needed, plus the Past Champ Provisional. Also hear Bill Elliott speak about the Dodge move at the Bill Elliott Racing Site(3-10-2000)

  • Writer Ill: Gary Long, leading motorsports writer for the Miami Herald is recovering at home after undergoing a multiple heart by-pass operation this past week(Winston Cup Scene) get well Gary(3-10-2000)

  • Tyler Jet Plans: Tyler Jet Motorsports owner Tim Beverley has said he'd like to start a second team -- but not until at least the 2001 season. The team wants to stay focused on Johnny Benson(News and Observer)(3-10-2000)

  • Melling to Dodge? UPDATE from goracing/Bill Kiser: Melling Racing owner Mark Melling, who current runs the #9 number, gave it up to Bill Elliott and the Evernham Dodge team. There was a price to be paid for securing the number, however - according to sources, Melling Racing will also become a part of the Dodge Motorsports program in 2001, bringing along current driver Stacy Compton. So that is 8 Dodge teams/cars(3-10-2000)
    UPDATE BUT.....: a story by Lee Spencer indicats that Melling is considering Dodge but probably will not go in that direction, see the full story at: Harry Melling on Son's Mind(3-11-2000)


    (3-9-2000)
  • NASCAR and the Military UPDATE 3: at Atlanta Motor Speedway(AMS) on Sunday, March 12, 2000 from 11:15am - 12:00noon/et, there will be a Press announcement at thew AMS Start/Finish Line. For the first time, all five branches of the Armed Forces will come together to support recruitment efforts across all Armed Services through a special program developed by Action Performance Companies Inc., Jay Howard Events Inc., NASCAR drivers and their respective sponsors. Military-themed race cars will be unveiled as part of a pre-race entertainment extravaganza with a special Tribute to Freedom in the Millennium theme. The drivers/sponsors: #31-Mike Skinner and Lowes; #4-Bobby Hamilton and Kodak; #28-Ricky Rudd and Texaco; #88-Dale Jarrett and Ford Quality Care Service/Ford Credit; #25-Jerry Nadeau and Michael Holigan. General Colin Powell the Grand Marshall of the race, "Humpy" Wheeler of Lowe's Motor Speedway and Fred Wagenhals of Action will head up the announcemet(Business Wire) I hear these cars will run at Lowes in the Coca-Cola 600, probably the press announcement rumor for the #4 car below(3-6-2000)
    UPDATE: hearing the #88 is going to be Air Force and the car is to be light blue blended into a darker blue at the bottom. The #28 is rumored to be The Marines one with the car to be dark blue(DieHard Yates Fans RYR News Page)(3-7-2000)
    UPDATE 2: The #4 Kodak Chevy will represent the US Navy(3-8-2000)
    UPDATE 3: hearing that the #25 Jerry Nadeau car will represent the Coast Guard, so that would leave the #31 Lowes Chevy for the Army(3-9-2000)

  • Earnhardt/Gordon on Forbes: Forbes Magazine (3-20-00) issue has listed Dale Earnhardt on its Power 100 list of the top 100 most powerful celebrities and athletes. For its second annual ranking of 100 highly paid celebrities, FORBES quantifies stardom by adding up a year's worth of earnings, media glare and, of course, Internet attention. Earnhardt ranked 36th on the FORBES Power list with an estimated 26.5 million in earnings, 29,754 web hits, 11,537 press clippings. He is ranked 39th on the money ranking. Earnhardt has made the POWER list in both years of its existences(Champion PR), see the list at the Forbes site 31-40. Something I overlooked was that Jeff Gordon is also on the list, ranked 47th on the FORBES Power list with an estimated 17.0 million in earnings, 29,364 web hits, 13,649 press clippings. He is ranked 54th on the money ranking, see that list at Forbes site 41-50(3-9-2000)

  • Kenseth Spotter: Mike Calinoff, of RaceComm, who spots for regularly for Ricky Craven and the #50 team will serve as #17-Matt Kenseth's spotter for Sunday's CUP race in Atlanta.Craven's Midwest Transit team has decided to skip the Atlanta race in order to prepare for Darlington(3-9-2000)


    (3-8-2000)
  • Chevy Rules: see images and an explanation of the new Chevy Nose rule at the Speedway Illustrated site(3-8-2000)

  • Bodine Back? UPDATE: hearing Geoffrey Bodine will be at Atlanta as an advisor to the #60 Power Team and driver Ted Musgrave, if so great news!(3-7-2000) -- UPDATE: Bodine will not return to the track at Atlanta, but plans are now for him to be at Darlington as an advisor and to be with the team. Bodine visited the shop for the first time since the CTS accident, on Tuesday(NOL). And in part from a few readers: Geoffrey Bodine flew into Russellville AR and signed autographs for about an hour last Saturday at the Grand Opening of an AT&T Suncom retail store. Bodine was struggling to sign autographs due to his cast and was in apparent pain, but was gracious and signed everything put in front of him for about an hour(3-8-2000)

  • Darlington Testing speeds for Wednesday. #20-Stewart 169.572mph; #27-Fuller 168.815; #32-Pruett 166.698(ESPN2's RPM2Nite)(3-8-2000)

  • Spencer Plane Incident: After the Winston Cup race in Las Vegas, car owner Jimmy and Pat Spencer, along with their son Jimmy Jr. and other family members and friends departed Las Vegas in their private plane to fly home in North Carolina. About two hours into the flight, the windshield on the co-pilot side shattered, or "spider-webbed". The pilot was forced to take emergency action to drop from 30,000 ft. to an altitude that would maintain safe cabin pressurization for the passengers, if the windshield were to fail. The pilot had 30 seconds to make that happen, and he did. They were forced to make an emergency landing in New Mexico and Spencer and family are fine(Spencer.net)(3-8-2000)

  • Darlington Test UPDATE: The following drivers/teams will test at Darlington on Tuesday, March 7th: #8-Dale Earnhardt Jr., #9-Stacy Compton, #20-Tony Stewart, #18-Bobby Labonte, #1-Steve Park and #32-Scott Pruett and BGN drivers #18-Jason Leffler, #96-Gus Wasson, #90-Mike Stefanik and #46-Ashton Lewis Jr(Times-Dispatch)(3-6-2000) -- UPDATE: A few speeds from the testing, fastest was #8-Dale Earnhardt Jr at 168.410mph as was #20-Tony Stewart. No other CUP speeds posted. Not close to the record of 173.797mph by Ward Burton in 1996, after repaving was done(Tennessean/AP)(3-8-2000)

  • Bristol Testing UPDATE: Jimmy Spencer and Bobby Hamilton are testing at Bristol today in prep for the Food City 500(BMS)(3-7-2000) -- UPDATE: Hamilton ran a lap at 15.06 seconds on Tuesday, which is a speed of 127.410mph, quite a bit faster then Rusty Wallace's track record of 125.142mph(SpeedVision)(3-8-2000)

  • #4 News UPDATE 3: hearing there will be some sort of announcement from the Morgan-McClure team on Saturday, March 4th, nothing on a 2nd team, otherwise not sure, guesses would be an assoc sponsor or a crew change(3-3-2000) --UPDATE: I hear the announcement has been moved to Monday(Morgan-McClure Site)(3-4-2000) -- UPDATE 2: rumor has it that it'll be about a paint scheme for the Coca-Cola 600 in May(3-6-2000) -- UPDATE 3: The #4 Kodak MAX Film Monte Carlo will feature a Navy aircraft carrier on the hood. Also, a picture of a Navy professional will be dominant on the rear quarter panel of the car at the Coca Cola 600 with four other cars(see above story)(Morgan-McClure Site)(3-8-2000)

  • #21 Paint: In recognition of the Wood Brothers accomplishments in racing over the past 50 years, five different historical paint schemes, representing five different decades, will appear throughout the season. The first will debut this weekend on the CITGO Ford at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The paint scheme in Atlanta will flash back to 1993 when the Wood Brothers received their most recent win, which came with former driver Morgan Shepherd(Cox Marketing), see the image of the car at Jayski's Paint Scheme Gallery(3-8-2000)

  • Tidbits: CUP Points leader Bobby Labonte has won four of the last seven Cup races at Atlanta. ... Labonte, Jarrett and Mark Martin are the only drivers to record top-10 finishes in each of the season's first three races(Roanoke Times)(3-8-2000)

  • Penske Summit: Rusty Wallace has called a summit meeting Tuesday morning between representatives of Penske Racing and Penske-Kranefuss Racing to formulate a common chassis(Speed Magazine)(3-8-2000)

  • Benning News: #84-Norm Benning will run the full ARCA season and possibly 3-4 Cup races with SoBe as the sponsor. The next planned CUP race is the Winston Open(Winston Cup Scene)(3-8-2000)

  • Poles: For the third consecutive year and for the sixth time in the last ten years there have been three different Bud Pole winners and three different race winners after three events(NOL)(3-8-2000)


    (3-7-2000)
  • Rusty Scheme REPOST UPDATE a Harley again: from the goRacing Rusty Wallace chat transcript: Q) Is there a small chance in heck that you will be back in a black car in the future? A) I loved the black car...but there's not a chance. I've been trying to get a black car out of the Miller Brewing company...but I'm sticking with The Blue and White Miller Lite Car. We're announcing a new paint scheme on March 6th(goRacing)(2-24/3-6-2000) -- UPDATE: Announced in Daytona during Bikeweek(which is a wild time by the way), Wallace will run a Miller Lite/Harley Davidson paint scheme in three Saturday night CUP races. The #2 Ford will debut in the Pepsi 400, then will appear in the Aug. 26 goracing.com 500 at Bristol and the Sept. 9 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 400 at Richmond. See the full story and an image(do not send it to me) at NASCAR Online(3-7-2000)

  • #50 Withdraws? UPDATE: hearing the #50 Midwest Transit team and driver Ricky Craven have withdrawn from the Atlanta race this weekend -- UPDATE: Yep, just saw it on the Midwest Transit Racing website: Midwest Transit Racing to Skip Atlanta, Focus on Darlington, mainly because of the rules changes and the feeling they could not get ready in time(3-7-2000)

  • Chevy Nose UPDATE: Hendrick Motorsports, Richard Childress Racing and Dale Earnhardt Inc., are working together to develop a new nose piece for the Chevy to give it more downforce and offset Ford's advantage. The nosepiece will be put on a downforce car and taken to the General Motors wind tunnel in Michigan on Wednesday. A nosepiece will be put on a superspeedway car and taken to the same wind tunnel a week later. So, any rules change probably wouldn't happen until Darlington at the earliest(Roanoke Times)(3-6-2000) -- UPDATE Chevy Help: NASCAR is allowing a two-inch extension in the front air dam for the Monte Carlos, effective this weekend at Atlanta(SpeedVision) and a story at That's Racin'(3-7-2000)

  • Economaki Better: Chris Economaki, the dean of American motorsport journalists, was hospitalized in New Jersey on Feb. 25 after a couple of weeks of feeling under the weather. The editor and publisher emeritus of National Speed Sport News was released Sunday and his is enroute to his home in North Carolina. His daughter Corinne Economaki, NSSN publisher, says that he’d become run-down and underwent a bracket of tests during his hospitalization(SpeedVision) Get Well Chris(3-7-2000)

  • Martinsville Testing: The test schedule for the Goody's Body Pain 500 has changed. Matt Kenseth was going to test on March 14-15, but will be coming on March 20,21. Goodyear moved their test to Tuesday and Wednesday of this week(Mar 8-9). There probably will be additional teams here each day except for the Goodyear tire test. March 7-8 Goodyear test with #18-Bobby Labonte. March 20 #24-Jeff Gordon, #25-Jerry Nadeau, #21-Elliott Sadler and #17-Matt Kenseth. March 21 #24-Jeff Gordon, #25-Jerry Nadeau, #21-Elliott Sadler, #2-Rusty Wallace and #17-Matt Kenseth. March 22 #2-Rusty Wallace March 28-29 #8-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.(Martinsville Speedway PR)(3-7-2000)


    (3-6-2000)
  • Gordon Streak: Jeff Gordon has gone eight races without a top-five finish. That's the longest streak of his 226-race Winston Cup career(News and Observer)(3-6-2000)

  • Hammerin' Hank to NASCAR? Hank Aaron, who is a senior vice president with baseballs Atlanta Braves, is actively seeking to own a CUP team for the 2001 season. Aaron has teamed with Atlanta-based Adair Greene Marketing Communications in detailed discussions with various Winston Cup teams, beginning several months ago. The Hall of Famer is showing the same patience in exploring the ownership venture that he displayed at the plate during his legendary baseball career. "We are being meticulous and persistent in our search," Aaron said. "This is like being a NASCAR driver and his crew. You never let up on the track, and you never overlook any aspect in setting up a car for a race. That's a quality that has helped draw me to the sport and to this business venture --- taking something that runs great, and faithfully striving to make it perform even better." See the one day story at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution by Michael Carvell(AJC) and (goRacing)(3-6-2000)

  • Sauter to Cup? UPDATE: Jay Sauter has signed a multi-year agreement with Curb-Agajanian Motorsports to drive the #43 Quality Farm & Country Chevrolet in the BGN series for the 2000 season. Current driver Shane Hall was given notice of his release last month and is himself very close to signing a 2000 contract. Co-owner Cary Agajanian is hopeful of lining up a five-race sponsorship deal to test the Winston Cup waters with Sauter late next season(Racer Magazine-now SpeedVision)(11-2-1999) -- UPDATE: from this weeks Winston Cup Scene: Jay Sauter and Curb-Agajanian Motorsports may run five Cup events later this season, in preparation for a possible full tilme Cup effort in 2001. The team's present sponsor, Quality Farm and County, could be a co-primary sponsor on the car. A project by the country music group Sawyer Brown could be relleased at a concert in conjunction with Sauter's Cup debut(Winston Cup Scene) unless Evernham snaps up Sauter for his other Cup driver(3-6-2000)

  • Wind Tunnel UPDATE 2: For the third time this season, NASCAR is expected to take at least three cars to the wind tunnel after the Cracker Barrel 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 12 to determine whether any rule changes are needed to equalize the competition. NASCAR will take the top Ford, Chevrolet and Pontiac at Atlanta to the Lockheed wind tunnel. And no rule changes, if there are any, are expected for at least another two weeks(Darlington?)(Fox Sports) -- UPDATE: TNN's Raceday reports that NASCAR will NOT take the cars to the wind tunnel after Vegas(3-5-2000) -- UPDATE 2: NASCAR officials are expected to take more cars to the wind tunnel after next week's race at Atlanta. NASCAR officials have taken cars to the wind tunnel after Daytona and Rockingham. No cars were taken after Sunday's race because of the distance from the Marietta, GA, wind tunnel(Roanoke Times)(3-6-2000)

  • Mark's Son: Mark Martin‘s son, Matt, finished second in his first Junior Honda race in Florida on Friday night(Times-Dispatch)(3-6-2000)

  • Fenley-Moore/Cope News UPDATE: #15-Derrike Cope announced during the 2nd rain delay that the Fenley-Moore tean has sercured a two race sponsorship deal with Everything Commerce.com for Las Vegas and Atlanta. The company has the option after Atlanta to sign on for the full season(ABC Coverage)(3-5-2000) -- UPDATE: Everything-Commerce.com, Inc. announced it has formed a new partnership with Fenley Moore Motorsports, specifically to sponsor driver Derrike Cope in car #15. The deal calls for Everything-Commerce.com to sponsor Derrike Cope in the Las Vegas Cars Direct.com 400 race and the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store 500 race in Atlanta to be held on March 12. Additionally, Derrike Cope will be paid a bonus of $25,000 if he finishes in the top 15. With roots as deep as the first NASCAR race, Fenley Moore Motorsports brings knowledge and experience to the track that can only be equaled by a few select teams. Since 1948 Bud Moore has continued a winning streak that makes him the fifth most successful owner in NASCAR history. In August 1999, Robert and Sue Fenley along with brother Randy Fenley purchased Bud Moore Engineering and retained many of Bud's original team members. Everything-Commerce.com, creators of the new "Kelly" e-Commerce business model, have developed a standardized system that maximizes the power of the Internet, introducing tremendous efficiencies and creating a more informed, convenient, practical and an efficient place to transact commerce on a global basis, addressing business-to-business, business-to-consumer and consumer-to-consumer applications. The model utilizes and rewards the existing supply chain to distribute and supply any product in any market, within any industry and deliver it to almost any customer, anywhere. Everything-Commerce.com is headquartered in San Ramon, CA(Business Wire)(3-6-2000)

  • Musgrave team? Hearing Ted Musgrave, currently subbing for Geoffrey Bodine in the #60 Power Team Chevy, had a deal with a current one team owner to be a two car team. But the owner pulled out leaving Musgrave with a sponsor but no team/cars. Hearing Musgrave has a team to go with the sponsors and was hoping to run 25 races or so with the team. But when Bodine got hurt, he decided to help out the #60 team until Bodine is better, then will run the new team. Sorry, that is all I know, no sponsor name and not sure if it's Musgrave's team or another owners team AND also hearing Musgrave may test for Ray Evernham's Dodge team(3-6-2000)

  • Evernham UPDATE: Ray Evernham is ready to announce at least one of his drivers this week at Atlanta Motor Speedway. And he's preparing for a major media event at Homestead in three weeks, putting his first NASCAR prototype Dodge on the track(PitNow)(3-5-2000) -- UPDATE: Ray Evernham is scheduled to announce his first driver, expected to be Bill Elliott, for his Dodge racing team at a news conference Friday at 9:35am/et at the Atlanta Motor Speedway(That's Racin')(3-6-2000)

  • Caring Hands: Following an extremely successful inaugural season for the "Caring Hands" program, which raised more than $200,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS), The Valvoline Company and NASCAR superstar Mark Martin announced today that they are once again teaming up with the country's premier mentoring program in order to raise $1 million and recruit new volunteer mentors throughout the 2000 NASCAR season. The "Caring Hands" program continues to be the most ambitious cause-related endeavor undertaken by Valvoline in its 134-year history. Valvoline, along with BBBSA and Speedway Children's Charities representatives were on hand to unveil several cause-related marketing initiatives for the 2000 season including: the schedule of trackside events (below), a new Valvoline-sponsored "Caring Hands" Award, a new public service announcement and a sneak preview of plans for online auction hosted by eBay this spring(Business Wire)(3-6-2000)

  • Hills Bros: Hills Bros Coffee supported rookie of the year contender Stacy Compton and the #9 Melling Racing team in Sunday's race at Las Vegas as an associate after their driver Ed Berrier missed the race in the #90 Ford, it was a one race deal(TachZone)(3-6-2000)

  • Toyota? The PitNow site reports - NASCAR has been wooing Toyota to take a bigger role in stock-car racing, and the next move could be for Toyota to join NASCAR's Truck tour. Toyota officials would like to become involved in the Winston Cup tour, according to sources. If they do, it would likely be with the Lexus(PitNow/Mike Mulhern) note: Toyota has attempted the Dash Series(3-6-2000)


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