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 (STV Driver Blog) Dangerous Dog Racing out of AARO in 2013?

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PostSubject: (STV Driver Blog) Dangerous Dog Racing out of AARO in 2013?   Tue Nov 27, 2012 5:12 pm

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Casey Lester
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4:55 PM, 11/27/12

3 current AERS teams stand alone of those who have not confirmed their 2013 plans: LT Motorsports (#12 Louis Tellez, #28 Shawn Donnely), Team JRod (#97 Kimo Talofa) and Dangerous Dog Racing (#00 Tyson Lautenschlager, #49 Grace Garcia, #65 Darren Manieren). LT and JRod have released intentions on returning for 2013. DDR has not.

Tyson Lautenschlager, owner of the team, won a race early in the 2011-2012 season and has done a good job of establishing his team in the series, as well as his AYG and NCTS teams, but if he does not submit his 2013 plans soon, he may not return to have another opportunity to repeat his sensational run of last season. I drove for his team last season and I feel that it would be a huge travesty if he were not to return as their entire crew is an amazing group of people who know exactly what they're doing and take racing seriously. I would honestly like to thank Tyson for my entire racing career, snce he was the one who gave me a chance at a full season... and Tanner Clason for the one-off at McKinley, which gave me some pretty big exposure. My career isn't important to these guys at all. Tyson is the one who matters the most here and I really hope that he can get things together and he can continue to be a powerhouse that Dangerous Dog Racing can truly be.

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