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NHMS Notebook: Newman looking for a new ride
Kevin Harvick and Stewart-Hass Racing made it official in a press conference at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Friday afternoon: Harvick is joining Tony Stewart and his race team for the 2014 season and he’s bringing his Budweiser sponsorship along with him.
“No, we are not ready to expand to a fourth team,” Stewart said. “Unfortunately, this will be the last year that we have Ryan with us. That’s probably what has made this a bittersweet day. I’m bringing in another one of my friends to the organization, but also knowing that I’m losing a friend at the end of the year.”
Stewart is 10th in points and has a win, Newman is 16th and 11 points out of 11th place, and Patrick, in her first full-time Cup season, is 25th.
Kligerman, who is in his first fulltime Nationwide season, sits eighth in the points standings going into today’s race. He will be signing autographs at the North American Power booth on Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon.
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