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NASCAR Preview: It’s Time To Plan for 2010…and 2011?

Yesterday, it was announced that Richard Childress Racing would race its No. 07 at the Daytona 500 in 2010. However, as of now, it has no sponsor, no crew chief, and no driver. Mears was let go at the end of the 2009 season, since it was thought the car would not ride again. So is it realistic he will go back for just one race? RCR may bring the car back for more races, depending on sponsorship. Mears is currently looking for another ride.   2008 was called the “silly season,” but hasn't it been a silly few years?   When 2009 began, it felt like the SATs, trying to learn all the new drivers in their new rides and the transferring of drivers and sponsors. Did Red Bull Racing really have to change 84 to 82 just to confuse the fans? By t...

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