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 Hornish Not Racing at Daytona w/ Penske, Steven Wallace to get #77 owners points

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PostSubject: Hornish Not Racing at Daytona w/ Penske, Steven Wallace to get #77 owners points   Sun Jan 16, 2011 1:12 am

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Sam Hornish Jr. will not be in anything Penske-owned in Daytona. He is basically done. Penske Racing downsized not only Hornish's NASCAR Sprint Cup organization, but also its Nationwide Series crew. [Penske] cannibalized the #77 crew of Hornish and what was left of the #12 Nationwide crew to make up the best for one with Brad Keselowksi's organization, whatever they were lacking in Nationwide, but also to beef up what is now the #2 car for Keselowski for the Cup season. (Fox Sports)
BUT Brad Keselowski said on his twitter that Hornish would be his Nationwide Series teammate in 2011, driving the #12.(1-15-2011)
UPDATE: Sam Hornish Jr. will compete in at least 10 NASCAR Nationwide races this season, beginning with the DRIVEFORCOPD 300 at Daytona International Speedway, team owner Roger Penske confirmed by email on Saturday. Chad Walters will serve as Hornish's crew chief. Penske's acknowledgment confirms a report earlier this week by FOXSports.com's Jeff Hammond, who said Hornish would not return to Sprint Cup competition in a Penske car this season. Penske also verified that the #77 car's [owners points, was 30th in 2010] points will be used by Stephen Wallace, who is attempting to make his Cup debut at Daytona. Wallace, 23, currently drives the #66 Toyota for his father at Rusty Wallace Racing [in the Nationwide Series].(FoxSports), so Wallace is guaranteed making the Daytona 500.(1-15-2011)

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I think this is a bad idea. These teams getting owner points and most likely not running the whole year (these guys and Wood Brothers). And why Steven Wallace? Brian Keselowski if anyone should have gotten the points. I hope then Steven will run the full season then because there is no rookies except Brian Keselowski who might run the full year and he will probably make like not even 7 races.

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PostSubject: Re: Hornish Not Racing at Daytona w/ Penske, Steven Wallace to get #77 owners points   Sun Jan 16, 2011 1:28 am

Facepalm. Steven Wallace... REALLY? There are a heap of better drivers than him, IE: Parker Kligerman, Justin Allgaier, and they choose him. Facepalm.
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PostSubject: Re: Hornish Not Racing at Daytona w/ Penske, Steven Wallace to get #77 owners points   Sun Jan 16, 2011 3:40 am

The Daytona 500 will now be a wreckfest...

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PostSubject: Re: Hornish Not Racing at Daytona w/ Penske, Steven Wallace to get #77 owners points   Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:24 am

So, Steven Wallace is gonna drive the 77?

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PostSubject: Re: Hornish Not Racing at Daytona w/ Penske, Steven Wallace to get #77 owners points   Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:28 am

No he gets the owners points. He'll drive for Rusty and drive the 66.
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PostSubject: Re: Hornish Not Racing at Daytona w/ Penske, Steven Wallace to get #77 owners points   Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:49 am

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No he gets the owners points. He'll drive for Rusty and drive the 66.

They will probably buy the #66 from Prism and they will change to the 55 and have enough money to run the full race, NOT.

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PostSubject: Re: Hornish Not Racing at Daytona w/ Penske, Steven Wallace to get #77 owners points   Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:57 am

Take a look at this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKZXDwevQSA


He shouldnt get the points, why dosent the 36 or 87 get them? They deserve them
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PostSubject: Re: Hornish Not Racing at Daytona w/ Penske, Steven Wallace to get #77 owners points   Tue Jan 18, 2011 1:21 pm

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UPDATE: Rusty Wallace is working on putting a Daytona 500 ride together for his son, Steve, but does not have the deal completed, according to Greg Wallace, Rusty's oldest son. If the deal gets done, Wallace, 23, possibly could get the owner points of the Penske Racing #77 car from 2010, which would lock him in the field for his Cup debut. "In the past, Rusty has expressed a well-known interest in having Steve compete in this year's Daytona 500, either with RWR or an established Cup team," said Greg, who is vice president of Rusty Wallace Racing. "Various opportunities have arisen for that to happen, but as of now, nothing has been completed."(Sporting News)(1-18-2011)


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PostSubject: Re: Hornish Not Racing at Daytona w/ Penske, Steven Wallace to get #77 owners points   Tue Jan 18, 2011 4:47 pm

Oh hell no. Run to the hills. Run for your life.
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PostSubject: Re: Hornish Not Racing at Daytona w/ Penske, Steven Wallace to get #77 owners points   Wed Jan 19, 2011 7:02 pm

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UPDATE 2 - Steve Wallace to make Cup debut: Rusty Wallace Racing (RWR) announced that 23 year-old Steve Wallace will make his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut in February's 53rd annual running of NASCAR's most prestigious event, the Daytona 500. Wallace will pilot the #77 Toyota Camry for RWR at Daytona, with backing from longtime sponsor 5-Hour Energy and new partner Aspen Dental. When Steve Wallace and the 5-Hour Energy Camry take the green flag on February 20th at NASCAR's most historic venue, the well-pedigreed racer will write his own chapter in NASCAR history. His Sprint Cup debut will make the Wallace family the first ever to have produced four Daytona 500 competitors, breaking a longtime tie with the Petty, Allison, Earnhardt and Bodine families. When Wallace starts the 2011 event, a member of his family will have competed in 27 of the last 30 Daytona 500s.
The third-generation driver will have familiar leadership for his first run in The Great American Race, as RWR General Manager, Larry Carter, will serve as crew chief for the #77 5-Hour Energy Toyota. A veteran Sprint Cup crew chief, Carter led Rusty Wallace to a top-ten in the elder Wallace's final Daytona 500 in 2005, as well as a fourth-place finish in the July 2005 event at Daytona.
Providing additional comfort to the younger Wallace in his Cup Series debut is a guaranteed place among the 43-car starting field, enabled through an agreement between RWR and Penske Racing.
Said Steve Wallace, "Starting my first Daytona 500 is definitely going to be the most exciting day of my career-make that my life-so far. It's something that every kid wanting to be a racer-including me-dreams of doing one day. It's the some of the best drivers in the world competing in the biggest race in the world. I really have to thank 5-Hour Energy and Aspen Dental for making this possible. As far as the race, my goals are simple: to stay out of trouble, earn all the respect I can from the other guys and make sure the 5-Hour Energy Toyota is there at the end of the race. The way restrictor plate racing goes, if we can do that, there's no telling what can happen."
Team owner Rusty Wallace shares his son's enthusiasm for the event. "This is a big event for all of us-for Steve, our team, our family and our sponsors," Wallace stated, "When you're a young driver coming up, you dream about racing in the Daytona 500 and now Steve's going to get the opportunity to do it. He's grown by leaps and bounds as a driver in the Nationwide Series over the last few years and we think he's ready for this opportunity. We've been looking at this race as an opportunity for a while, because I really believe that the new pavement at Daytona is going to be a great equalizer among the teams. The cars will have a ton of grip and it's going to make handling a much smaller part of the equation.(Rusty Wallace Racing)(1-19-2011)

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