The Pit Stop

November 1, 2010 5:09 PM

2013 Car News And More

Sirius Speedway says that a decision could as early as this week on weather Earnhardt Ganassi Racing moves over to Ford.

They also report that the new Cup cars that could debut as early as 2013 are already being designed. 

Stavola Labonte Racing is going have Bobby Labonte driving the #10 Sprint Cup car at Texas this weekend.

R3 Motorsports this weekend is going to have Josh Wise in the #23 Sprint Cup car at Texas this weekend.

Brendan Gaughan is going to make his Sprint Cup debut at Texas in the TRG #71 car. 
I got this in an email.
Darrell Gwynn Foundation host the Hot Shot "Hot Rods & Reels™" Fishing Tournament at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, November 20
NASCAR Drivers team up with Champion Drag Racer Darrell Gwynn for a Fun Day of Fishing to Bring Awareness to Spinal Cord Injuries
HOMESTEAD, Fla. -- The Darrell Gwynn Foundation will host the Hot Shot "Hot Rods & Reels™" Fishing Tournament at the Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 20 at 8:30 a.m. The event will pair NASCAR Drivers with foundation supporters and racing fans for a day of exciting fishing during Ford Championship Week in Homestead. The Darrell Gwynn Foundation's mission is to provide AWARENESS, PREVENTION, SUPPORT and ultimately a CURE for paralysis. Approximately 20 fishing boats and a large-mouth/peacock bass-stocked lake inside the Homestead-Miami Speedway await participants who will fish at the annual Hot Shot "Hot Rod & Reels™" NASCAR Drivers Charity Fishing Tournament with the likes of NASCAR personalities Darrell Waltrip, Clint Bowyer, Jeff Gordon, Ryan Newman, team owner Richard Childress, Martin Truex, Scott Wimmer and many more! All tournament proceeds will benefit the Darrell Gwynn Foundation. The tournament will take place at the Homestead-Miami Speedway infield lake located near the drivers/owners lot. Registration begins at 7:45 a.m. Those who are interested in participating in the fishing tournament or sponsoring the event should visit or call 954-792-7223 for more information. In 1990, after a near fatal accident in Great Britain, Gwynn dedicated his life to spinal cord injuries through the Darrell Gwynn Foundation and created Hot Rods and Reels™ to generate awareness and present wheelchairs to spinal cord injury victims. In addition to raising spinal cord injury awareness and purchasing custom wheelchairs for children and young adults, a portion of the money is donated to the "Speediatrics" unit at Homestead Hospital. This special unit, which is brightly decked out in a racing theme helps children and families feel more comfortable amid what can be stressful circumstances. "The tournament is a terrific opportunity for fans, company officials and sponsors to fish with NASCAR pros and enjoy the thrill of a lifetime," Gwynn said. "My deepest thanks to Homestead-Miami Speedway, all our sponsors, celebrity participants and patrons who make this such a special event." The tournament is the culmination of Florida Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week, a Darrell Gwynn Foundation initiative. Events throughout the week of Nov. 15-21 help educate people about common causes of spinal cord injuries and how they can be prevented. -DGF- Hot Rods & Reels™ sponsors include: Hot Shot, United Industries, Bass Pro Shops-Outdoor World, Sprint, Hook & Tackle, Bass Online and Plano.

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