Ya gotta wanna
- May 19, 2013
So how many seasons until Gibbs pulls the plug on Denny and Michael?
So, with announcement made today and Michael Jordan's comments about NASCAR embracing social change and the donation he has made do you see a future for Larson in NASCAR?The top Ford team is owned by one of the sports biggest hot heads.
Toyota has been controversial from day 1 with performance scandals and just a general dislike of the brand.
Meanwhile the NASCAR “King” is not without his own controversy.
I believe if Larson makes his return, he will be just fine.
Larson is yet to inquire about reinstatement. Currently he has no future.So, with announcement made today and Michael Jordan's comments about NASCAR embracing social change and the donation he has made do you see a future for Larson in NASCAR?
He certainly does, but MJ has a financial team smart enough not to feed a money pit.One problem: MJ has enough clout and money to say “b—-, please.”
I agree. I expect them to give it a good 4-5 years before he reassesses.He certainly does, but MJ has a financial team smart enough not to feed a money pit.
MJ is a phenom and I’m thrilled that the sport has him onboard. I hope the new team can give Bubba competitive equipment and team members.
Depends on what the long term game plan is. Could be like SHR that the plan is to go independent eventually.
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Couple of things come to mind about this deal.Also given that fact, I wonder if this will be just a single car team?
Only time will tell.
Have they named a new driver for the 43? Maybe it will be Ty's new ride.I think this means Ty Dillon's career as a driver will likely be over after this season.
Michael Jordan joining NASCAR as an owner is great news for the sport though I hope this won't be the end of Richard Petty Motorsports.
Chastain to the 42 is certainly not the biggest surprise of this silly season but it'll be interesting to see what the Melon Man can do in a decent Cup ride.
No source. I'm not sure what you were reading from Pockrass but it must not have been what I saw.Can you provide a source where Pockrass suggested it? At almost the exact same time you first posted this, Pockrass was reporting something completely different........
I would be vying Nemechek for the 6 in the future, I'd like to see him stick around at Front Row. He got off to a fast start, but has tapered off in performance. It goes to show McDowell's uptick in performance has been great to see for the team. Front Row should keep the duo together for another season.JHN is a free agent?? Didn’t know that, he’d look good wheeling that 37 around. I also would advocate Chase Briscoe to the 21, I think he is going to be Ford’s future if he is locked up with Penske
We all know Ganassi is a B-team at the end of the day.Now that silly season is starting to line up... looking at it, I’m a little surprised bubba still didn’t jump after the 42... I guess it’s strange that he may have not really entertained the idea. Atleast we are led to believe something close to that.
I get that there’s a lot of lure and otherwise tons of attention that Jordan and Hamlin bring to their deal by partnering up. Just seems still like that 42 would be a solid choice to go out there and let your talent show right away so to speak. But then again I’m just a fan and all looking at it from far away without the required knowledge of the inner workings of these deals...
it’ll be fun to watch either way.