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BREAKING NEWS – Robert Yates Racing September 7, 2007

Posted by claireblang in Drivers, NASCAR.
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Breaking News from the garage here at Richmond: Tidbit: Doug Yates announced today he will field two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) teams in 2008 with drivers David Gilliland and Travis Kvapil. These teams will be operated under a company called “Yates Racing” which has agreed to acquire operating assets from Robert Yates Racing, including the transfer of car numbers and owner points. The transaction will be effective December 1, 2007. “With this announcement it’s clear that the letter of intent with Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing will not proceed. We’re thankful for their support and would welcome the opportunity to work with them in the future,” said Yates Racing CEO Doug Yates. “I am very excited to carry the Yates Racing heritage into the future. I believe I have the experience and understanding of the competition and business requirements that are necessary to be an effective team owner.

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1. Carol from Wisconsin - September 11, 2007

It’s good to see Travis get another chance in the cup series.

2. TOO MANY DENNY - September 11, 2007

That was a quick turnaround…… they didn’t even race one race did they???

3. Jean Phillips - September 14, 2007

I’m glad to hear this that it remains in Yates name I hate to see all the mergers in the sport although I know it takes $$ today but go Yates all the power to you.

4. mike b. - September 15, 2007

YATES RACING, clearly does not want to win. Just look at who there drivers are. so sad.


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