Thursday, August 11, 2011

These drivers are sports commentator is still on the market-

Carl Edwards Ford will have continued with no. 99 for the future relieved, finalized its plans.


It was clear that achieved its main objective - race for a championship-caliber organization - been.


Whereas that Edwards leads the Sprint Cup tables show, he had not far to seek.


"I'm just excited to advance," said Edwards. "This team is capable of, the we never before been." "We feel that we are fast for the right reasons, and we have the opportunity, go here and to win this Championship, so I'm glad that this is behind us."


Jack Roush acknowledged that he endured his share of "some sleepless nights", but on Friday he said: "words can not describe, how happy all to Roush Fenway... have (Edwards) arrange for 2012 and beyond to extend its cooperation with us."


Now that the Edwards sweepstakes with Ford's end and his franchise-Sprint Cup-drivers, the market free agent left secured Roush Fenway Racing?


Here are the top prospects:


(1) Clint Bowyer - Bowyer said his plan along is still in the No. 33 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing.


"We are working," said Bowyer Friday. "This is the largest, which, as far as the contract thing." I feel like we're already close and we are working, and I hope that we, who have done be.


"But right now, I'm not worry about that at all." I am concerned about this thing back in the Chase to retrieve and take care of business at the circuit. These two failures in succession killed us. "That brought us from the seventh eighth in points to 12, outside search."


Childress Bowyer made an offer and repeated Friday that "it is in his hands."


Certainly qualify for the Chase would only Bowyer of the marketability improve after the Championship, when it comes to attracting sponsorship. A sponsor that has possible sponsor already mentioned as a replacement is Chevrolet 5-hour energy for no. 33 General Mills is expected to reduce its commitment.


31 Bowyer has many blue sky above it, and must reach peak performance yet. When Joe Gibbs Racing to make a change by car No. 20 or Jack Roush moves plans with the No. 6 Ford, would be right now every step for Bowyer a step below.


2) Juan Pablo Montoya -Montoya has said, as the first Michigan race in June that were he and team owner Chip Ganassi close up to the extension of their contract.


Just last week at the brickyard Montoya said: "I believe that we are very close." "To close only bits and pieces, but it's all good."


The decision of Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, hire a new crew chief for Montoya before Indy should be an indication of the building for the future that contains the current driver.


3) Brian Vickers - regardless of Red Bull Racing status for 2012, Vickers contract was to end this season.


But no one talks about Vickers, which is in point 27 and was pushed for most of last season with blood clots in the sidelines. He won in to his illness only a race since he moved to Red Bull and Chase made a berth.


Vickers, 27, was as a possible candidate for Michael Waltrip Racing raised - but not by one of the top principals in this organization.


4) Mark Martin -Martin, 52, remains one of the most popular driver in NASCAR. But he is in his last season with Hendrick Motorsports in the point standings 18.


16 Races remaining in the season Martin's name has not much in Cup circles except by Red Bull as a possible mentor been mentioned Cole Whitt.


Two teams, which been proposed Kyle is nationwide side, Busch Motorsports - should Bush towards this move - and JRMotorsports as driver/Danica Patrick.


When Dale Earnhardt, Jr. was asked to Martin, he replied "we can consider not add to our program without money." "And money is tight."


But Earnhardt admits that Martin is a driving teacher "awesome."


"He has supported me my entire career, and I can not how many drivers helped it is to include both hands and he continues today to help", Earnhardt said. "He has it only by his own free will." He enjoys only race, and he enjoys people better help. "He loves to see his Council go to work and to show people at the circuit and he has done that for years."


5) Danica Patrick - nothing official leaked from the Patrick Commons, but several sources give a contract with JRM, a full season in the Nationwide Series season includes designed was has.


On Friday, Earnhardt said he had "nothing new to report" on their contract talks, but added that he did not "in the middle of it."


"I think, they're still moving forward," Earnhardt said. "I don't know, what I last week did not not know."


One scenario had run in the year 2012, as well as a limited Sprint Cup schedule with Stewart Haas racing Patrick full nationwide series. On Friday however, Tony Stewart said, "I have heard all sorts of things, (but) cannot say something."


Despite General Motors after IndyCar next season is unclear whether Patrick in Indy 500 despite the absence of a conflict with nationwide race, as Saturday is stop gap an off day on Memorial Day weekend.


Indianapolis 500 weekend said that Patrick, the ability to compete in the "greatest spectacle in racing" does not ultimately their decision to NASCAR come affect would.


Patrick added, "I have set no date when a decision and a sort of announcement is necessary." There is no way to come to knowledge really, how fast or slow these things together. It sounds like a cop out, but as long as it is the season begins in the following year - no matter what I do - it allowed, to do the kind of tests that I need to prepare for the year. "That's all what really matters."


via:News Sports Google

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