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Toejam

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It’s a shame that the winningest top fuel driver ever and arguably the 2nd most recognizable name in drag racing is struggling to find a sponsor.
Ain’t that the Truth!!! Shows you how Poorly this sport must look to Corporate America!!
 

Nunz

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It takes time. Remember when Snake skipped a season, and that was in the ‘80s, and came back with a big deal? I think it was Skoal.
 

Jack

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The right deal is taking time. Smart money says he will be back. As an aside, I just got some parts delivered from Rock Auto. They are a very large company who seem to advertise on pretty much every car related show on TV. A high profile sponsorship would seem to be a great fit for their business.
 

z28

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The right deal is taking time. Smart money says he will be back. As an aside, I just got some parts delivered from Rock Auto. They are a very large company who seem to advertise on pretty much every car related show on TV. A high profile sponsorship would seem to be a great fit for their business.
NAPA wouldn't like that much
 

mick

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i'm not holding my breathe for tony.......what dsr has done for nhra in the last 20 or so years is remarkable, and continues to do so with the 5 teams currently competing.
there are plenty of racers ready to step up and become tomorrow's headlines. i would be just as happy to hear that tony is taking over the reigns of schumacher electric
than to hear he had a new sponsor and would be back driving.
 

Jeff

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i'm not holding my breathe for tony.......what dsr has done for nhra in the last 20 or so years is remarkable, and continues to do so with the 5 teams currently competing.
there are plenty of racers ready to step up and become tomorrow's headlines. i would be just as happy to hear that tony is taking over the reigns of schumacher electric
than to hear he had a new sponsor and would be back driving.
Given that he now lives in Austin, taking over Schumacher Electric seems like a fairly remote deal.
 

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