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Harvick did a great job. They both did a great job. They've been an incredible success story for a car manufacturer looking to come into a sport that's very difficult to come in, compete and win every weekend. But there's an interest. And this is obviously the biggest opportunity in auto racing in North America.

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It's the question all Dodge stock-car fans want to know: Not inthat's for sure. He owns a Charger himself, it's his daily drive. He has an older one and a new one.

But timing is everything.

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To get back in the sport is not an insignificant investment. It's something that we've said no to. This year is out of the question, but the future, anything could happen. The fans want us back, so we'll see. While no details can be provided, because of the sensitivity of the negotiations, this is the first time a Chrysler official has confirmed that the company is working on a NASCAR re-entry. No comment on that. While it appears that Ralph Gilles did speak with Ray on this topic, there was a misunderstanding as to the context.

Gilles appears to have been referring to why Dodge pulled out of NASCAR, and was essentially saying that it was not a funding issue - the funding had been approved, but there were other issues. At this time we are awaiting clarification from Chrysler, but it appears that Chrysler had the money earmarked for another NASCAR run but lost key personnel such as engine builders and top-tier teams.

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Gilles did say that funding for NASCAR had been approved, he was referring to the reasons why Dodge left NASCAR shortly before winning the championship last year, in essence saying that the budget was there for another season, but there were other reasons for leaving. Gilles was quoted with the correct words but in the wrong context. A Chrysler spokesman wrote, "Chrysler Group's decision to leave NASCAR competition at the end of the season was based solely on not being able to develop the correct structure to fit our overall business and competitive objectives.

Gilles said that Penske had offered a "one-stop shop" for engines, drivers, and sponsors that could not be replaced in a way that would allow SRT to race at the level that was desired, in the time available. Gilles was contacted by the spokesman, and confirmed that he did not say that funding had been approved for a new run, but was saying that funding had been approved for the current season, when other factors caused the company to withdraw.

Vice president of competition Robin Pemberton said during Friday's "Gen 6" test at Charlotte Motor Speedway that he doesn't anticipate another manufacturer joining Ford, Chevrolet and Toyota in the "foreseeable future There has been speculation that Dodge might return inpossibly with a premier team such as Richard Childress Racing that has fallen to third among organizations in the Chevrolet fleet. Pemberton said the governing body periodically gets "cold calls" from potential manufacturers, but none that appear ready to join the sport in the next few years.

How about an organization such as Richard Childress Racing? However, what if Dodge could secure an organization that boasts six Cup titles, three Nationwide Series championships and two Truck titles? We only have two cars out of a huge field. Are we getting our money's worth? Ironically, this year we got beyond our money's worth.

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How you can replicate that? That's what we're looking at right now. The lack of such a team left Dodge with little option but to pull out in The capacity isn't there to have that right now.

It's going to be tough, but we'll have to look at it. Dodge is expected to hold a Tuesday press conference [August 7th at 2: Attempts to contact multiple Dodge spokespeople for comment were unsuccessful or resulted in no comment. It's worth noting the Reds hired former Dodgers hitting coach Turner Ward this winter.

He's known to have a healthy rapport with Puig. Kemp, 34, resurrected his career in his return to the Dodgers in Both players should see substantially more playing time than was to be expected if they remained with the Dodgers. The Reds see Puig as an everyday right fielder for them. Puig and Kemp are both eligible for free agency after the season.

Cincy might be going for it "We're not done," Reds president of baseball operations Dick Williams said after the trade was announced on Friday. We intend to continue to work throughout the offseason to improve the club.

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We did trade some good prospects here. But we acquired four major-league players that address needs for us and make us better in the short-term. I hope the fans are excited. These are guys we really look forward to seeing play in red. We didn't want to tip our hand and tell everyone that we needed a left-hander, but we did think it was important to get one in the mix for next year.