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Forbes Most Valuable NASCAR Teams

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NEW YORK (AP)—Hendrick Motorsports has passed Roush Fenway Racing as the most valuable team in NASCAR, according to Forbes’ annual rankings.

Hendrick is valued at $335 million, Forbes announced Tuesday. Roush Fenway, which topped the list in the first two years of the rankings, is second at $313 million.

Joe Gibbs Racing ($184 million), Gillett Evernham Motorsports ($150 million) and Richard Childress Racing ($130 million) round out the top 5.

Three Hendrick drivers top Forbes’ list of the highest-paid drivers. Jeff Gordon ($32 million) narrowly edged Dale Earnhardt Jr. ($31 million). Jimmie Johnson ($23 million) is third, followed by Tony Stewart ($19 million), who races for Gibbs.

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Wow. Hendrick has a huge money advantage! Thats incredible.

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He definately should have done some time.

The money the drivers make. WOW, I don't know if I could handle all the crowds and commitments they have to put up with.

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Yes, some of Ricks fund are questionable at best. But, he was pardoned. All OK now.

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Wow. Hendrick has a huge money advantage! Thats incredible.

I guess that is what really suprised me too. I never would have guessed that Hendrick had such a huge disparity in value over Gibbs and RCR. I mean a $200 million value over RCR! crazy

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Someone explain how Fruit Loop man can be ahead of Ralph????

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If you added in endorcements and their business ventures it would make what their team pays them seem very very small.

Napa, why do you hate Gordon? He wasnt born with a silver restrictor plate in his mouth, was he?

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