NASCAR COT testing

August 17th, 2006  
Team Infidel

Topic: NASCAR COT testing

This car is going to be an interesting edition to the racing circuit. Not sure how this is going to work or not, but it will be interesting.

Two Toyota teams and eight other organizations tentatively plan on attending NASCAR's test of the "car of tomorrow" on Monday at Michigan International Speedway. Bill Elliott will test a Camry for Team Red Bull, and Michael Waltrip and Dave Blaney will share test duties on a car built by Michael Waltrip Racing and Bill Davis Racing. In addition to the two Toyota cars, eight other organizations tentatively planned to attend: Hendrick Motorsports (Jeff Gordon), Chip Ganassi Racing (David Stremme), Joe Gibbs Racing (J.J. Yeley), MB2 Motorsports (Joe Nemechek), Haas CNC Racing (Jeff Green), Penske Racing South (Kurt Busch/Billy Wease), Roush Racing (Matt Kenseth, Carl Edwards, Jamie McMurray) and Evernham Motorsports (Scott Riggs).(

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