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The Pit Stop


July 21, 2009 10:05 PM

Jeremy Mayfield, Jeff Gordon, andother news..

Jeremy Mayfield has asked a judge to uphold his recent injunction.

Jeff Gordon says that it is going to take a while for people to win back fan support at Indy.

Scenedaily reports that the future is still in limbo for Aric Almirola.

The AP says six promotional groups want to have the rights at Milwaukee Speedway.

Boris Said is going to drive the 09 car for RAB Racing for the Nationwide Series race at Watkins Glen.

ESPN Insider says that David Ragan could be the odd man out at Roush at the end of the season.

I say that would not surprise me at all.

I got this PR to pass along:

Heading to the speedway this weekend for the Brickyard 400? Keep a look out for Hardee's French Maid street team. This weekend, four gorgeous French Maids will be racing on Segways outside of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, passing out coupons, and introducing fans to the new Hardee's French Dip Thickburger.

The Brickyard 400 is part of Hardee's summer tour. Throughout July and August, the French Maids will be featherdusting fans at a variety of concerts, sporting events and festivals in 11 markets throughout the South and Midwest.

So, if you're planning to attend the Brickyard 400, please take a minute to say "bonjour" to Sophie, Antoinette, Gabrielle and Isabelle, and get hooked up with free food from Hardee's.

For more information on the new Thickburger, the tour, or for images of the Hardee's French Maids, please feel free to contact me. Also, check out the microsite: www.frenchdiptour.com 

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