Ok, but who do they go with? Dodge may not be in the sport next year, GM is out of the question due to how far back they would be in line, 3rd in line at Ford, or do they just simply stay 3rd in line with Toyota and just try a little harder.
Off topic for this thread but since it turned into this subject.....
Penske to Toyota? doubtful: Speculation mounts that some Dodge teams may be looking to bolt, depending on how the Washington-Detroit-Chrysler-Fiat talks go. Most prominent in the speculation is that Roger Penske, who is one of the nation's biggest Toyota dealers, may move Kurt Busch's Dodge team, which just won at Atlanta, into the Toyota camp. A Penske-Toyota-NASCAR scenario has been bandied about for several years. There was no immediate comment from officials at Chrysler, but Toyota racing boss Lee White said "Unless RP [Roger Penske] has resorted to secretly stealing our parts, there is not chance he's running anything remotely resembling a Toyota in the foreseeable future. It's just another of many false rumors."
KB needs Scott Speed, that way he's not the LEAST liked driver out there. :spit:
Seriously, I think it's hilarious that he cant touch his azz with both hands right now. He is twice as arrogant as KB with nothing to show for it as of late. At least KB can back it up, at least for now.
Somehow I think Scott should spend his time doing something other than golf in the morning and R/C cars in the afternoon. I'm all for giving a guy a chance, but am really starting to wonder just how seriously he's taking Cup. At least I'm no longer hearing him say how "easy" these cars are to drive.
I'm all for that, in fact I'd like to see all the open wheel guys succeed, but Scott's attitude has been, really, pretty cavalier lately. Then yesterday he was telling Rick & Choc that his morning had been a golf game, and his afternoon was going to be R/C cars. Maybe appearance isn't everything, but he doesn't appear to be too serious right now.