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What the Earnhardt-Ganassi Split Means for NASCAR

For the first time in 30 years, one of the most revered team names in NASCAR annals will no longer exist. Last week's news came and went fairly quietly, but the magnitude will definitely be felt throughout the sport in 2014 as the last vestige of team ownership connected to the late Dale Earnhardt will no longer exist. In the same season that team owner Richard Childress brought back the No. 3 Chevrolet for the first time since Earnhardt's tragic death on the final lap of the 2001 Daytona 500, there will no longer be a team connection to the late Intimidator. Perhaps you didn't catch the news—it was made public with very little fanfare indeed. But the fact remains that what had been Earnhardt Ganassi Racing since 2009, and Dale Earnha...

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