Teresa must really hate Dale Jr.


New Member
Oct 22, 2008
So to make me understand this, Teresa Earnhardt would rather merge with a team that does not have much success and does not have sponsors or drivers ready for 2009. What was her other option? It was to let Dale Jr, take 51 percent of the DEI team, even in tough times Dale Jr can not only pull sponsors but probably could have signed Tony Stewart before his his big decision. Dale would for sure have had a 4 car team, with full seasons of sponsors and great drivers.

Boy oh Boy, i guess Teresa is happy living off the money her dead husband's money that he gave his life for. I guess she was not into the racing side of life as much as she portrayed. Bitterness will sure be her early exit to heaven if she even gets that far/.


Oct 23, 2008
South of Terre Haute
I was referring to this thread as a whole. Apparently you did not migrate over from the old board. This horse is long dead and gone, and was buried many times on Sirius 128 a year ago.
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Plans on freezing in the dark
Oct 26, 2008
Canada, eh?
Maybe you should read Jayski. It's a done deal. Earnhardt Ganassi Racing.

Two of motorsports’ biggest names – Earnhardt and Ganassi – will launch a four-car team beginning in 2009 through the combination of the motorsports operations of Dale Earnhardt, Inc. (DEI) and Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates, Inc. (CGRFS). NASCAR stars Martin Truex Jr. and Juan Pablo Montoya will drive the #1 and #42 respectively and future star Aric Almirola will be behind the wheel of the #8. The driver of the #41 will be named in the near future. “In this ultra-competitive era of NASCAR, it is necessary to build and sustain the strongest team possible and our combining with the people and equipment at Dale Earnhardt Inc. will help create a strong four-car program for years to come,” said Chip Ganassi. “This is a win-win for both organizations as well as all of our partners.”
“Having a partner like Chip who is heavily involved on the competition side of the business is an ideal situation for DEI,” Teresa Earnhardt said. “He has a long history of managing championship teams in the IndyCar and Rolex Grand-Am Series and I share his passion and goals of winning races and ultimately championships in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. I think this is a case where we are stronger together than we are apart.” Details of the new four-car operation will be announced at a future date.
For more information log onto www.chipganassiracing.com and www.daleearnhardtinc.com.(CGRFS PR)(11-12-2008)


New Member
Nov 6, 2008
I hope TMD (and the entire channel for that matter) are ready, the nation will be in full hot mode. I wish they would chill because the issues with DEI are not all about Junior anymore.

He's happy working for Mr. H...let it go.

Bagman, Poole and Moody...you better have the hickory stick polished because the horse will take a beating tomorrow!


Easy Money

Active Member
Oct 25, 2008
Puhleeeeze! Can we not beat this dead horse again? I think it died a long death a year ago.:eek:

Why would you go to the trouble to participate in a thread if you dont like the topic? This topic will never completely die. The evil step mom screwed up and she knows it.


2000 Man
Oct 23, 2008
They better stick with Chevy. (but what if they went with Toyota? ;) )


2000 Man
Oct 23, 2008
Jeez, how many dodges will be on the track next year?

Is it gonna end up a bunch of chevy's and toyota's with the odd ford and dodge thrown in?