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Another Driver Change for 2009

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Reported on Jayski site.

Paul Menard has reached an agreement to drive for Yates Racing in the Sprint Cup Series beginning with the 2009 season. “This is a great opportunity and I’m glad to be joining the Yates Racing organization next season,” said Menard. Details of Menard’s car design and car number have yet to be finalized.

It looks like DEI now has 3 drivers for next year, and only one of them currently have a sponsor. I think it would be great if DEI would get a new owner and bring the team back to where it shoule be.

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third car at Yates or one of their guys leaving? DEI is in trouble...

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Sounds like a third car for Yates. The only problem Yates is having is sponsorship for the 28 & 38 just like other mid-range teams.

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There was a rumor that Robby Gordon was talking with DEI as well. ....and he has a sponsor.

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Tony was right when he said it'll become a museum if the old lady ditches Jr.

She brought it on herself.

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Wow Menard.....He brings money to Yates but that's about it.

1 Top 10 in his Career. Yikes.

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Well Menard brought some big $$ to his team, and DEI let him go. Paul may be a mid to back of the pack driver but at least his $$ was good. Maybe this Menards Money will help Yates Racing? So what has DEI done this year to help themself in the future? It must really hurt to have Mark Martin leave them and go to Hendrick as he was supose help DEI get their future togather. Can Martin Truex carry DEI by himself?

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