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With the Petty name being known in the sport and not a name that many would like to see go, Richard Petty is now working at staying in the sport. The only car that equates to his ownership as per NASCAR’s list of owners is the No. That deal cut shot as Toyota could not match the amount RPM wanted and they went to Ford.
Sources told Fox Sports that Petty met with Toyota principals and Michael Waltrip Racing at Martinsville on Sunday, with meetings continuing into this week.
That's probably why I was a little apprehensive about (discussing) this particular place."Follow Jeff Gluck on Twitter @jeff_gluck PHOTOS: Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
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His dad was a "really, really private" man, Earnhardt said, and the son followed suit when it came to things such as Whisky River."I just get nervous about showing off material things that are expensive," Earnhardt said.
"When you build something like this, people might (say), 'Man, that's cool' and some people might say, 'That's just a guy with a lot of money making dumb decisions.'"And I didn't want to have to listen to that.
With how tight the economy is, people are now more weary of their money and are finding ways to spend it carefully, no matter how much they have.
Gillett is also trying to keep himself within the sport as Gillett is actively seeking investors.
reports that their sources say Gillett has hired Gordian Group, a New York-based investment bank, to assist them in their search.
would cause any problems in the NASCAR garage."It's whatever people want to do to make themselves happy," he said. Cup champ describes Danica-Ricky relationship Earnhardt's comments on privacy came while standing in an area he used to be much more hesitant to discuss: The old Western town located on his property dubbed Whisky River.
Charlotte Motor Speedway spent the day filming scenes in the old-time saloon located in the town, since this year's Sprint All-Star Race commercial will again have a Western theme.
once preferred to keep out of the public eye, NASCAR's biggest star said drivers' personal lives are largely "fair game" for the media to discuss."As long as it's not hurtful for someone to go through," Earnhardt said, the NASCAR media seems to respect the "gentlemen's agreement among everybody (of) what's fair and what's not.""Your personal life, who you're dating, when you're getting married, where you're going to get married, what you do with your time off or your hobbies, I think that's totally fair game," he added.